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Irish News Archive

Nissan takes to silver screen with Retro Drive-In Movies

Nissan has agreed a new partnership with Retro Drive-In Movies which will bring its award winning range of vehicles to the attention of thousands of

First look at new Ford Puma

Ford has revealed the first look at its new SUV-inspired compact crossover, the Ford Puma which is expected in Ireland before the end of 2019.

Vote for your favourites at the Irish Auto Trade Awards

The sixth annual Irish Auto Trade Awards takes place this year at Kilashee Hotel, Naas, Co. Kildare on Thursday, October 17 and voting is now

Motor industry at a cliff edge

The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) says that the motor industry is at a cliff edge with taxation changes and Brexit looming.

Irish Van of the Year 2019 Category Winners announced

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Business and Mercedes Benz X-Class have been named Category Winners of the Irish Van of the Year 2019 in association with

Volvo official partner of Quest Adventure Series

Volvo Car Ireland is the official event vehicle partner for the Quest Adventure Series 2019. Quest adventure races involve running, cycling and kayaking across various

Harris Group reports record sales of electric vehicles

After the Government Climate Action Plan announcement earlier this week, which is aiming for 950,000 electric vehicles on the road by 2030, one of Ireland’s

Toyota Ireland chief comments on government’s Climate Action Plan

Toyota Ireland CEO, Steve Tormey has had his say on government’s Climate Action Plan; the challenges that lay ahead and Toyota’s perspective on the most

Drivers urged to always give cyclists the space to ride safe

Mr. Shane Ross TD, Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Road Safety Authority (RSA), An Garda Síochána and, the Irish Cycling Advocacy Network, today (June

Two new Subaru hybrids to arrive in Ireland in November

Subaru Ireland has released details of its new e-Boxer hybrid models which are set to arrive in Ireland this November.