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It was all about high performance at BMW

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At this year’s Geneva International Motor Show, BMW had the world premiere of the new BMW M760Li xDrive.

Hyundai adds 1.7 litre diesel with seven-speed DCT

Hyundai’s all-new Tucson compact SUV, Ireland’s current top selling model, will soon be offered with another powertrain option.

Sixty jobs to be created as US IT company locates in Galway

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Sixty jobs will be created for the city as US data security company, Ipswitch, has decided to locate its European, Middle Eastern, and African HQ in Galway. The jobs will be in research and development, sales, and technical support.

Boost your eyes with embrowdery at Vanilla

Embrowdery is the new eyebrow treatment everyone's talking about, but the expert staff at Vanilla have actually been doing this treatment for the past two years.

Research reveals 43pc of people in Westmeath bought a car in 2015

Carzone.ie has released the sixth edition of the Carzone.ie Motoring Report which reveals that 43 per cent of people in Westmeath bought a car in 2015, compared to the national average of 42.5 per cent.

New media experts to explore the future of Gaeilge

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Experts in virtual reality, computer science, linguistics and interactive media will explore the digital future of the Irish language at Greasán na Meán, an all day seminar, which takes place on Thursday March 10.

Kia Niro to make its European debut

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The new Kia Niro will make its European debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.

Euro NCAP reveals safest cars by class from 2015

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Euro NCAP has revealed the Best in Class cars of 2015 out of 40 vehicles released during a very busy year.

Ford unveils new Kuga SUV range

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Ford has revealed the new Kuga, which it says will offer customers a more technologically advanced, refined, and sportier redesign of one of Europe’s favourite SUVs.

New Masters in Biomedical Genomics first of its kind in country

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NUI Galway has launched a new Masters programme in Biomedical Genomics, the first of its kind to be offered in Ireland. This programme places NUI Galway at the forefront of training the next generation of scientists and clinicians in the use of cutting-edge DNA sequencing technologies, both within fundamental scientific discovery and in clinical applications.

 

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