Irish News Archive

Citroen Car Rally returns in style

After an enforced absence of two years due to the pandemic, the all-Ireland Citroen Car Rally returned, establishing its headquarters in the Great Northern Hotel

New NCT certs issued to customers with incorrect expiry dates

New NCT certificates are being issued to all customers who were provided with incorrect expiry dates in the last 12 months, the National Car Testing

Pierse Motors Group acquires Western Garages

Limerick-based Pierse Motors Group has announced that it has completed the acquisition of Western Garages in Ennis, Co. Clare. Effective as of yesterday, 22nd June,

Auto Trade EXPO 2022 – October 15-16 at the RDS Simmonscourt

This year’s Auto Trade EXPO will be the biggest yet, with exhibitor space almost sold out. The Auto Trade EXPO 2022 will again prove a

World Champion Lisa O’Rourke becomes Brand Ambassador for J. Keane & Sons

Lisa O’Rourke won the World Boxing Championship Gold Medal last month in Istanbul. Just turned 20 years old, Lisa is tipped to have a very

ELVES surpasses ELV reuse and recycling targets

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has very recently published the most up to date results of End-of-Life Vehicle (ELV) processing and treatment in Ireland in

Volkswagen Group Ireland helping young people on to the career ladder

Volkswagen Group Ireland is throwing its considerable clout behind an initiative that helps disadvantaged young people into exciting careers.

Dayco to highlight belt in oil opportunities at Auto Trade EXPO

Dayco continues to take the opportunities to reach motor trade professionals presented by trade shows on both side of the Irish Sea with its commitment

Cream of the crop exhibiting at Auto Trade EXPO

The exhibitor list for the Auto Trade EXPO, which takes place at the RDS Dublin on Saturday & Sunday, October 15-16 is shaping up to

‘Classic Fest’ vehicle show returns to Galway

In 2014, Galway Racecourse played host to one of the largest vintage and classic vehicle shows ever to take place in Ireland. Now, after eight