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Irish News Archive

Renault helps get lucky winners on the road in new Clios

The Care Trust (TCT), with the support of Renault Ireland, recently handed over two all-new Renault Clio cars to Pat Qualter of Corrandulla, Co. Galway

GT Automotive seeks distribution partners at Auto Trade EXPO

GT Automotive is aiming to secure distribution partnerships in Ireland in 2020; one of its key objectives for the year. With this in mind, the

Unemployment rate down to 4.8 per cent at end of January

RecruitAuto.ie welcomes the news that the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell from five per cent in the third quarter of 2019 to 4.7 per cent

ZF holding two EIP Training courses in Ireland next month

ZF Aftermarket is next month set to hold two EIP Training courses in Ireland, in association with Eure!Car.

Cartell latest confirmed for Auto Trade EXPO 2020

Cartell is the latest name to be confirmed for this year’s Auto Trade EXPO, taking place at Citywest Exhibition Centre, Dublin, October 17-18. Cartell is

Emovis has Irish toll roads contract extended

Mobility solutions provider Emovis has had its Interoperability Management Services Provider (IMSP) contract extended by two years by Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII). Emovis manages the

Renault is ‘Together for Mental Health’

Westmeath county footballers will wear special jerseys with the message ‘Together for Mental Health’ during their Allianz Football League Division 2 clash against Armagh in

Successful Pressure Waveform Analysis course in Cork

Renowned American automotive writer and technical trainer, Brandon Steckler recently delivered a one day training course on pressure testing and analysis in Cork.

Mercedes-Benz backing Hopkins on road to Tokyo 2020

Mercedes-Benz has extended its on-going support to 21-year-old Olympic sailing hopeful, Aoife Hopkins, as she attempts to qualify for the forthcoming 2020 Olympic Games in

All defective NCT lifts to be back in service by end of April

The National Car Testing Service (NCTS) has announced that all defective lifts in test centres will be brought back into full service by the end