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Irish News Archive

FTAI releases upcoming public training schedule

The Freight Transport Association of Ireland (FTAI) has released its upcoming public training schedule. For more details and bookings please contact Brian on 01-8447516 or

RSA launches ‘Safe Cross Code Dance Competition’ for primary schools

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) has launched the ‘Safe Cross Code Dance Competition 2019’ for primary school students. Now entering its fifth year, the competition

CO2 emissions in private transport sector continue to rise

Vehicle history and data expert, Cartell.ie has released a report on a concerning increase in CO2 emissions. Last year Cartell looked at the state of

Big savings this April from Renault and Dacia

Renault Group has revealed its April offers for both Renault and Dacia models. For the month of April, Renault is offering 3.9 per cent APR

Renault ‘Selection’ April sales event now on

Renault ‘Selection’ sales events are being held around the country at approved Renault Selection dealerships until April 18. Customers can avail of up to 4.9

Automechanika ‘Garage of the Year’ open for entries

Automechanika Birmingham’s ‘Garage of the Year’ competition is now open to garages from across the UK and Ireland. The competition is sponsored by the Independent

Toyota Camry returns to Ireland after 14 years

After a 14-year absence, the Toyota Camry is back on Irish soil and is now available at Toyota dealerships nationwide from €39,750 or €304 a

Three Dublin blackspots to get CCTV to catch drivers braking lights

Cameras will be installed in three Dublin blackspots to catch motorists breaking red lights. The move comes after a 2015 pilot scheme monitoring a section

Mercedes-Benz adds X-Class backing to Murphy’s Olympic bid

Mercedes-Benz has extended its support of Olympic silver medal-winning sailor Annalise Murphy as she continues her preparations to represent Ireland in the 2020 Olympic Games

Nissan Leaf tops Irish EV sales for first half of 191 period

Figures for the first half of the 191 sales period show that the Nissan Leaf is Ireland’s best selling electric vehicle, with 532 models registered.