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The bi-annual report which examines trends in the Irish motoring market finds that 61 per cent of motorists say their running costs have increased in the last 12 months, with 29 per cent stating they spend upwards of €250 per month on keeping their vehicle on the road.
The Peugeot 3008 SUV has scooped gold in both the Car of the Year and Mid-Size SUV categories in the latest Auto Express Driver Power survey, the UK’s largest and most in-depth automotive customer satisfaction survey.
Ireland’s Car of the Year, the Peugeot 3008 SUV, has scooped gold in both the Car of the Year and Mid-Size SUV categories, topping the polls as the Best Car to Own in the latest Auto Express Driver Power survey.
Unlocked cars are an invitation to thieves, according to latest figures from An Garda Síochána.
Ireland is falling behind on its environmental commitments under the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals a newly published report has found. Social Justice Ireland in its Sustainable Progress Index for 2018 warns the State risks huge European fines if we continue to ignore our commitments.
When the world was made and the Sun was switched on. It has never switched off, and will continue providing energy until the end of time. With the advent of the solar panel we can now accept this free energy and use it as electricity in our homes and businesses. Comet Renewable Energy will do this for you.
With the advent of solar renewable energy, we can now harness the free energy produced by the sun and use it as electricity in our homes and businesses.
Insider knows Ireland's population is to rise by one million over the next 20 years. This will see Galway's population grow to beyond 100,000 between now and 2020. These predictions come from the North Western Regional Authority in its submission to the National Planning Framework – Ireland 2040, and these projections might be true, if planning applications lodged in recent months come to anything.
A new motoring survey has found one in two car owners in Ireland upgrade their car every five years.
A new motoring survey has found that one in two car owners in Ireland upgrade their car every five years.