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KRB Construction & Windows Ltd is a family-owned business that specialises in new home construction and replacement windows.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles’ third generation Amarok has been named Pick-up of the Year in the International Van of the Year Awards (IVotY).
Ford has revealed an updated version of its popular Puma, which is said to feature an all-new interior, large digital displays, cutting-edge connectivity and advanced driving technologies.
Latest new model to arrive here from leading EV manufacturer, BYD is their eye-catchingly sleek BYD SEAL. A four-door, all-electric, D-segment sedan whose dynamic and sporty appearance underline the appeal it is likely to have for Irish and European motorists, the BYD SEAL is the third model to launch here since BYD was introduced to Ireland just eight months ago.
Following the launch of the new MINI Cooper Electric last year, the brand has now further expanded its offering with the introduction of a couple of new three-door petrol models: the MINI Cooper C and the performance-enhanced MINI Cooper S.
A number of Galway companies such as Bluewater Filtration LTD, ECC Timber, Graf Ireland Environmental and Hygeia Group Limited, will be attending The Hardware Show this weekend.
All social media companies must raise their account age limits to 16 to match the digital consent age here, according to Fine Gael TD Ciaran Cannon.
Athlone based Mersus Technologies, a dynamic and innovative technology company that specializes in developing cutting-edge software solutions, has been selected as one of five finalists for the Irish Creative Business Cup.
Sidero, a GlobalLogic company and software, cloud and digital transformation specialist, located in Monksland, has confirmed the launch of its Ignite Programme which aims to encourage young people to explore careers in science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM).
When you think: cars-with-no-rear-window, you (should) think of the iconic Maserati MC12 produced from 2004 to 2005. Only 50 examples were produced, and it remains the fastest Maserati road car ever made, with a top speed exceeding 205mph.