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Election 2016 will determine future of water charges

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Insider has been thinking lately about what are the limits to democratic expression, are there certain lines that just should not be crossed, and if so what are they?

Database of Athlone homes needed to prevent dumping

The chairman of the Athlone Area committee is calling for greater action to be taken to deal with illegal dumping while protecting those who do follow the law.

No-one likes car tax but at least it can be done fairly

The Government is making a relatively small change to the system of annual road tax. This is being done to correct an inherent unfairness in the way that car tax is treated if a car spends a portion of its time off the road.

Insurance rise pushes up the annual cost of motoring

The AA does a study every year on the total cost of owning and running a car in Ireland. The sums are more than a little scary when you include everything.

Insurance rise pushes up the annual cost of motoring

The AA does a study every year on the total cost of owning and running a car in Ireland. The sums are more than a little scary when you include everything.

Road deaths and recession pressures worsen in 2013

Those of us who try be optimistic by nature are struggling for material at the moment. If we hoped that 2013 would see life get a little better for Irish motorists, there really isn’t any sign of it yet.

Road deaths and recession pressures worsen in 2013

Those of us who try be optimistic by nature are struggling for material at the moment. If we hoped that 2013 would see life get a little better for Irish motorists, there really isn’t any sign of it yet.

Fuel prices rise again for first time in four months

The price of petrol and diesel has crept upwards at the pumps for the first time since September, according to the latest survey of prices from the AA.

Fuel prices rise again for first time in four months

The price of petrol and diesel has crept upwards at the pumps for the first time since September, according to the latest survey of prices from the AA.

2012 – Roads got safer but using them got more expensive

As we close the book on 2012 Ireland’s motorists will not have much to remember fondly. The year gone by saw no relief from austerity. Fuel prices, car tax and motor insurance all went up as the cost of moving around in Ireland became more expensive than ever before.

 

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