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Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has finally launched its much hyped rear-drive electric ID Buzz MPV and ID Buzz Cargo van. However, it will be the autumn at the earliest before it goes on sale here, with the chip shortages now adding to long production interruptions for wiring due to the war in Ukraine.
Separated from their family and friends in Ukraine, Anna Krys and Pavlo Bogachenko share their perspectives on the hostilities initiated by the Russian army on their home country. Being abroad and unable to physically fight, Anna and Pavlo have taken up arms in the media field instead. The couple are amplifying their voices through the media to spread the word about the plight of Ukrainians, requesting people to #StandWithUkraine.
Carbon taxes on home heating fuels, due to come into force on May 1 must be deferred until Budget 2023 in October.
Galway must do “everything it can” to make refugees from Ukraine welcome in Ireland, while the State needs to ensure they are properly supported with access to vital measures such as good-quality accommodation.
Local Fianna Fáil Minister of State for Trade Promotion, Digital and Company Regulation, Deputy Robert Troy, has departed for New Delhi and Mumbai, India as part of this year’s St. Patrick’s Day Ministerial missions, the first official visit to the country since 2019.
Local Fine Gael Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke, has welcomed €18 million emergency support announced by his colleague Hildegarde Naughton in response to the rising fuel costs which are having disastrous effects for the community he says, in particular the haulage sector.
The Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) is to host its inaugural International Refugee Week – March 21-25, raising up the voices and experiences of people seeking refuge in Ireland.
An air of vibrant national pride is certain to pervade within the heart of the local community as the Croi na hÉireann five day festival graces Athlone this week.
After a very successful 18 holes scramble competition in the morning, Lady Captain Frances McGettigan and Men’s Captain Thomas O’Connor both drove successfully into office on a cold but dry Sunday afternoon.
It is hard to believe that tomorrow afternoon when parades wind their way through the streets and boreens of our cities and towns, that it will have been three years since we were last able to enjoy such a vista.