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Star trio wins Irish Van of the Year 2017

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Toyota Proace/Citroen Dispatch/Peugeot Expert van, products of the joint-venture development and production agreement of the three companies, has been voted Irish Van of the Year 2017 in association with Continental Tyres.

Up-to-date technology at GTB Diesel Injection Services

GTB Diesel Injection Services has been serving the Galway motoring community for more than 40 years. Established and managed by Mike Weerakoon and partner, they have developed the business to meet the changing needs of customers and to keep abreast of up-to-date technology.

Clery looking for first win against visitors Cork

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Galway Women’s FC turn their attention to the Continental Tyres Shield on Saturday when they host Cork City in Eamonn Deacy Park (6pm).

Subtitle European Film Festival comes to Town Hall

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WITH THE increasing popularity of Scandinavian, French, and German drama series among English speaking audiences, more and more people are open to and curious to check out films that are not in the English language.

New Suzuki Baleno is Irish ‘Small Car Of The Year’ 2017

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Suzuki is very well known as the ‘Small Car Experts’ and is pleased to announce that it has just won the Small Car category at the 2017 Irish Car of The Year ceremony. This year celebrated the 40th anniversary of the awards and was supported again by its long established sponsor, Continental Tyres.

Suzuki Baleno is Irish ‘Small Car Of Th Year’ 2017

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Suzuki, well known as the ‘small car experts’ has won the Small Car category at the 2017 Irish Car of The Year ceremony, which this year celebrated its 40th anniversary, supported again by its long established sponsor, Continental Tyres.

New Suzuki Baleno is voted Irish Small Car of the Year for 2017

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Suzuki has won the Small Car category at the 2017 Irish Car of The Year ceremony.

Mobile phone use is most hated of driver bad habits

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A survey of Irish motorists carried out by tyre manufacturer Continental shows that other drivers’ use of a hand-held mobile phone while behind the wheel is the single most annoying bad habit on the road.

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