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The two millionth Hungarian-made Suzuki recently rolled off the production line.
Mitsubishi Motors tells us it has again come out on top for performance, versatility, and value by being chosen ahead of its rivals for a contract for four L200 Double Cabs with South Tipperary Fire Services.
A new van purchase finance scheme, which opens up a line of funding that would assist small businesses planning to upgrade their transport fleet, has been introduced by Mercedes-Benz in Ireland.
Gardai in Crossmolina are looking for the assistance of the public in tracing the whereabouts of a 33-year-old man who has been missing since last Saturday night, November 27.
Business on the Tuam road is set for a major boost with the announcement that an expansion of Monaghan and Sons motor dealers incorporating a drive-thru Supermacs restaurant and an enlarged Centra store is to open within weeks.
Kilkenny Honda Quads stock a large selection of top-quality quad bikes to fulfill your thrill-seeking needs.
A car salesman whose redundancy was blamed on the recession by his former employers, was awarded €7,800 after an employment tribunal deemed his dismissal unfair.
Foxford’s James McGreal returned to winning form at Harrington’s Quarry in the third round of the Mayo and District Motorsport Club loose surface autocross. It was the penultimate round of the 2009 championship, when McGreal last won. Since then he has been pipped to the post by Eamon Mimnagh twice and Mark Donnelly once but there was nothing that Mimnagh could do to reel in the Mayo man. McGreal took the event by a convincing two second margin to his nearest rival. That rival was Damian O'Hagan from Omagh in his Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 6. O’Hagan set consistent second fastest times all day, netting him second place overall. Next up was Andrew Mackarel in his older Mitsubishi Evo 5 gaining the last place on the podium by a scant 0.6 of a second from Mimnagh.
A man with a history of violence tried to flee the scene of a hotel burglary by ramming a patrol car and leading gardai on a high speed chase before losing control of his getaway car and crashing into a wall, the Galway District Court heard this week.
A man who had his five-year-old child unstrapped in the front of his jeep has been ordered to pay €200 to St Vincent de Paul.