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Hyundai reveals the all-new i30

Hyundai has unveiled the next-generation i30, and it delivers an exciting new look for their big C-segment hatchback contender. The Korean carmaker expects the stylish new arrival will build on the success of the original model thanks to enhanced design, quality, performance and efficiency.

Marketa Irglova to play Galway

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MARKETA IRGLOVA, who rose to prominence with her collaborations with Glen Hansard in The Swell Season and in the Oscar winning film Once, is coming to Galway.

Irish car prices show third biggest drop in Eurozone

The European Commission’s latest car price report shows that real car prices (price change set against inflation) in Ireland fell by 5.7 per cent in 2010. This is the third biggest drop in the Eurozone and well above the -1.5 per cent Eurozone average.

Irish car prices show third biggest drop in Eurozone

The European Commission’s latest car price report shows that real car prices (price change set against inflation) in Ireland fell by 5.7 per cent in 2010. This is the third biggest drop in the Eurozone and well above the -1.5 per cent eurozone average. Car prices fell in almost every EU country in 2010. Taking all EU countries together, the average drop in car prices is 2.5 per cent in real terms in 2010. List prices for new cars also converged slightly. These long-term price trends support the Commission's decision last year that specific competition rules for the sale of new cars are no longer justified.

Ford reveals Europe’s car colour tastes

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It’s perhaps no surprise that France and Italy are fond of cream-coloured cars given their famous café cultures. But why do buyers in the Czech Republic favour blue far more than any other nation? And even though, we Irish may be traditionally associated with green, we much prefer driving silver.

Ford reveals Europe’s car colour tastes

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It is perhaps no surprise that France and Italy are fond of cream-coloured cars, given their famous café cultures. But why do buyers in the Czech Republic favour blue far more than any other nation? And even though we Irish may be traditionally associated with green, we much prefer driving silver.

Ford reveals Europe’s car colour tastes

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It is perhaps no surprise that France and Italy are fond of cream-coloured cars, given their famous café cultures. But why do buyers in the Czech Republic favour blue far more than any other nation? And even though we Irish may be traditionally associated with green, we much prefer driving silver.

A politician and a balladeer start new music residency

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A new Monday night residency at Kytelers Inn, Kieran Street, sees the combination of local politician Andrew McGuinness, who spent many years playing in a band, and well known musician Davey Cashin from The Kilkennys.

US Youth Symphony Orchestra performs for Camphill

Some 80 talented young musicians from Rochester, New York State, will give a concert at the Castalia Hall, Ballytobin, in aid of the Ballytobin Camphill Community in Callan.

Top European golf marketing award goes to Moycullen organisation

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A MOYCULLEN-based golf alliance comprising the north west’s top golf clubs has been awarded a prestigious golf marketing award in which the region was named one of the best golf destinations in the continent.

 

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