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House prices rise in Westmeath

 

High petrol pump prices questioned

A Mayo politician has questioned the high price of petrol at the pumps despite fast falling crude oil prices.

Cost of motoring fell in the past year

The cost of motoring has fallen in the last year, according to new figures from the Central Statistics Office.

EU probes wholesale fuel prices

One of my kids showed me a cartoon the other day that cracked me up. The picture is of two sheep looking nervous is the foreground with a farmer and sheepdog visible behind them.

EU probes wholesale fuel prices

One of my kids showed me a cartoon the other day that cracked me up. The picture is of two sheep looking nervous is the foreground with a farmer and sheepdog visible behind them.

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.

Fuel savings must be passed to consumers – O’Mahony

Vice chairman of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport and Communications and Fine Gael Mayo TD, John O’Mahony, has called on all fuel companies to pass on expected reductions in prices to their consumers. Deputy O’Mahony has welcomed the four cent drop in prices over the last month, but has stressed the need for the further anticipated five cent drop to be passed on to hard pressed consumers.

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.

Reduce tax take on fuel to stimulate economy says Grealish

If fuel prices continue to rise at their current rate, it will have a catastrophic effect on the competitiveness of Irish products and services, both at home and abroad.

 

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