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Mercedes-Benz unveil all-electric EQS model prior to market launch

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Ahead of its expected market launch here in Ireland next September, the EQS – the latest all-electric model from Mercedes-Benz – has been unveiled to international audiences.

Over €2 million in hospital car park and clamping fees in MUH since 2012 - Lawless

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Statistics released to Aontú leader Peadar Tóibín TD by the HSE have shown that over €2 million euro has been made through hospital car park charges and clamping fees in Mayo since 2012.

Citroen formally unveils new flagship C5 X model

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Citroen has unveiled its all-new flagship C5 X model, which will go on sale in Ireland in early 2022 for the 221 registration period.

Mercedes-Benz unveils new all-electric EQS

Ahead of its expected market launch in Ireland next September, the EQS – the latest all-electric model from Mercedes-Benz – has been unveiled to international audiences.

Impressive new Kia EV6 shakes up electric mobility

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World premiere of Toyota bz4x concept

Toyota has presented its concept version of the Toyota bZ4X at the Shanghai Motor Show this week. It is the first in a series of "human-centric", zero emission battery electric vehicles (BEVs).

Mercedes-Benz fully-electric MPV arrives

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Mercedes-Benz’s embrace of all-electric motoring under its EQ brand is one that continues to expand with the arrival here of the cross-application EQV.

'Getting to Know...' Ros na Rún's Caitriona Ní Dhomhnaill

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What is your idea of perfect happiness?

Transplant recipient and Ballyhaunis Community School student gets second dose of Covid vaccine

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A fifth year Ballyhaunis Community School student who was the recipient of a kidney donation, was one of three teenage kidney transplant recipients to receive their second dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccination last week.

Failte Ireland announces new Business Continuity Scheme for tourism sector

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Tourism transport operators such as car rental companies, chauffeur and limousine businesses and escorted tour providers will be eligible to apply for funding under the next stage of Fáilte Ireland’s strategic Tourism Business Continuity Scheme with the application process opening today, Thursday, April 8.

 

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