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Vote with your feet with fuel buying

There is nothing like rising prices to convince people that they are being ripped off. I found this out again this week on the thorny subject of rising fuel prices.

How do you squeeze more mpg from your car?

As everyone knows petrol and diesel have become wickedly expensive this year. Even though oil prices have come down a bit we are being hit by a falling Euro and we are still stuck with those massive, punitive taxes that have been piled onto the price by our own government in the last four years.

How do you squeeze more mpg from your car?

As everyone knows petrol and diesel have become wickedly expensive this year. Even though oil prices have come down a bit we are being hit by a falling Euro and we are still stuck with those massive, punitive taxes that have been piled onto the price by our own government in the last four years.

How do you squeeze more mpg from your car?

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As everyone knows petrol and diesel have become wickedly expensive this year. Even though oil prices have come down a bit we are being hit by a falling Euro and we are still stuck with those massive, punitive taxes that have been piled onto the price by our own government in the last four years.

Petrol and diesel price rise create new fuel crisis

There is no sign of relief in sight from super-high prices that have afflicted Irish motorists in recent months. The average price of both fuels rose sharply again at the pumps as oil price increases are applied on top of government taxes.

Mercy students promote Switch Onto Solar

Transition year students at Mercy Secondary School in Newtownsmith are promoting the benefits of renewable energy, in particular creating awareness about solar panels, as part of the One Good Idea Project competition which is being held in conjunction with Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland.

Give your house a makeover and save on your energy bills with EuroExternal from EuroHome Building Systems

EuroHome Building Systems will hold an information evening today (Thursday) on its newest product, EuroExternal external wall insulation.

Petrol and diesel price surge adds €10 per month

The prices of petrol and diesel have surged upwards at the pumps again in the last month, according to the latest survey of retail prices from AA Ireland. A litre of petrol now costs 154.9 cent, up by a full 7 cent per litre since December. Diesel prices also rose sharply, up by 6.2 cent to an average of 153.1 cent in the last month.

New Year is an opportunity to get back to the land

A new year begins and with it comes a series of mixed messages that serve to confuse rather than fortify resolve. Appeals by charities abroad for funding against famine and war reveal that while austerity may now be hitting home, these current dark times fail to compare against emergency situations where basic human needs such as food and shelter are not being met.

Open day for green energy courses in Kilkenny

Glas Learning, a Kilkenny based green energy training provider, will hold an open day tomorrow (Saturday) for funded courses for those seeking roles in the ‘green economy’.

 

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