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Irish News Archive

New Nissan Ariya all electric crossover on the way

Nissan’s all-new Ariya all-electric crossover will go on sale this summer with a starting price of €48,995. Nissan Ireland says that the new arrival is

Gowan Group Motors Division invests in massive new parts warehouse facility

Gowan Group has completed works on an extensive new parts warehousing facility located in Citywest in Dublin 24, to service their dealer networks. We went

Top Part now a collection point for Blankets of Hope

Top Part stores around Ireland are now a collection point for the Blankets of Hope initiative. Blankets and wool can now be dropped off to

Carlow replacing old phone kiosks with rapid EV chargers

County Carlow is pioneering with the installation of the first of a national roll out of electric vehicle charging stations that will replace obsolete pay

Learner and novice drivers reminded of lower penalty point threshold

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána are reminding learner and novice drivers that if they receive seven penalty points in a three-year

How are electric vehicles doing in the Irish market?

Vehicle History and data expert Cartell.ie has announced the results of an analysis on electric vehicle sales in the Irish market year-to-date. Cartell.ie looked at

Tyre checks recommended to save on rising petrol and diesel costs

Petrol and diesel prices have surged to record highs in recent weeks, as Ireland and Europe suffer the shocks from the ongoing energy crisis.

Déjà vu Tralee set for Kerry later this month

One of the biggest motoring events to date in County Kerry is ready to take over Tralee and Dingle later this month.

Irish motor dealers supporting Ukraine

A humanitarian campaign ‘Safe harbour for Ukraine’ will gather essential supplies in Ireland and deliver them to the Ukraine.

Bright Hyundai donates €2k towards Darkness Into Light Swords

Bright Motor Group’s new Hyundai dealership, Bright Hyundai Airside, has supported Darkness Into Light Swords by donating €2,000 towards the event.