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Galway schools to benefit from solar panels scheme

Schools across Galway will be fully funded to install up to 16 solar panels on their roof under a new Government scheme.

Volkswagen upgrades ID.4 and ID.5

Volkswagen Passenger Cars has upgraded its best-selling ID.4 and ID.5 electric vehicles, which are available to order now with prices starting from €57,430 (€53,930 after grants).

Dream doors and windows from KRB Construction & Windows Ltd

KRB Construction & Windows Ltd is a family-owned business that specialises in new home construction and replacement windows.

Collins McNicholas integration to enhance regional recruitment service

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Collins McNicholas, the national recruitment agency, is integrating its Galway and Sligo offices to streamline its operations and offer an enhanced regional service in the West and North West.

Rent the Runway wins Best Application of AI at ITAG Excellence Awards

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Rent the Runway has taken home the Best Application of Artificial Intelligence in a Company Award at the prestigious ITAG (Innovation Technology AtlanTec Gateway) Excellence Awards held in The Hardiman in Galway at the weekend.

Global tech leader partners with ePower in Ireland

Electric vehicle charger provider ePower has been appointed as an authorised value provider for EV charging solutions for ABB in Ireland, one of the world’s leading technological companies.

Applying for a driving licence

Applying for a driving licence or learner permit is a fairly straightforward process.

Suzuki hits global sales of 80 million

Suzuki Motor Corporation has achieved accumulated worldwide automobile sales of 80 million units by the end of August 2023. The breakdown of the sales units are 28.9 million units in the brand's home of Japan and 51.27 million units in overseas, including 10 million in Europe.

Upgraded Tesla Model 3 launches in Ireland

It's been six years since the first Tesla Model 3 rolled off the assembly line, with over two million units sold globally to date.

Dacia Jogger surpasses 1,000 mark

Over 1,000 Dacia Jogger cars have been registered in Ireland so far this year.


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