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New Peugeot 5008 MPV prices and specifications

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The Peugeot 5008, a new compact people carrier, will be launched in Ireland in early 2010, reintroducing the five-series into the Peugeot range. The seven seat MPV shares the famous “5” series name with the legendary Peugeot 504 and the Peugeot 505 Family estate, the great family favourites.

Volkswagen Amarok pick-up takes on Dakar Rally

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Eight months before it arrives in Ireland this September, the new Volkswagen pick-up, the Amarok, is demonstrating its power, durability, and off-road performance by following the Volkswagen Motorsport team currently taking part in the gruelling Dakar rally across some of the toughest terrain in South America.

New sixth generation BMW 5 Series on the way

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Following on from the launch of the 5-Series GT and X1, BMW has unveiled the new 5-Series saloon, with a smoother, sleeker look.

It’s time we appreciated the work of our soldiers

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Before we get out the pitchforks let’s educate ourselves

This week I received some astonishing emails regarding headshops. Obviously, and understandably, locals are concerned about headshops, especially since there’s a lot of misinformation and scaremongering going on out there.

Human rights group calls for suspension of Corrib gas project

Human rights organisation Afri is calling for a suspension of all work on the Corrib gas project pending an independent and comprehensive investigation of its safety, human rights, economic and environmental dimensions. Afri is asking people to sign a petition to that effect, which will be delivered to the government next month. The petition was launched by former UN assistant secretary-general Denis Halliday this week.

Our troubles fade in comparison to Haiti disaster

It is sick to think that during a time of such tragedy that people would even dream of setting up bogus collections in the name of the devastated people of Haiti.

High level of radon gas in Mayo homes

Sixteen per cent of homes measured in Mayo have high levels of cancer causing radon gas, according to the Radiological Protection Institute of Ireland (RPII).  Radon, a colourless, odourless and tasteless radioactive gas is linked to up to 200 lung cancer deaths each year in Ireland. The RPII has urged Mayo homeowners to install radon detection equipment in order to ensure that they are not at risk from this threat.

CervicalCheck supports European Cervical Cancer Prevention Week

In support of European Cervical Cancer Prevention Week (January 24-30), CervicalCheck – The National Cervical Screening Programme is encouraging every woman aged 25 to 60 who receives a CervicalCheck invitation to accept it and go for her free smear test.

 

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