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Five more Green NCAP scores complete testing ahead of new year changes

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Green NCAP has rounded off its year with a final batch of five cars, ahead of some big test changes in 2022.

Mazda2 model proves best in latest Green NCAP tests

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Green NCAP has published the results of three popular, high-selling cars and of the three, the Mazda2 comes out on top with 3.5 stars.

Mazda2 is tops in latest Green NCAP tests

Green NCAP has published the results of three popular, high-selling cars, and the Mazda2 comes out on top with 3.5 stars. Ford’s crossover Puma checks in with three stars and the DS 3 Crossback gets a 2.5 star rating.

Budget 2022 ‘will reduce the cost of living,’ says Naughton

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Budget 2022 contains measures to not only “recover our economy from the pandemic”, but also to reduce the cost of living “to provide support for people at a time of rising prices”.

ALONE calls for increased payment and extension of fuel allowance this winter

ALONE, the organisation that supports older people to age at home, has called on government to extend the Fuel Allowance season to 32-weeks and increase the payment by €4 per week.

New energy labels will increase public carbon footprint awareness

New energy labels are coming into effect to bring EU consumers a better understanding of their carbon footprint and energy consumption.

New Fiat 500 impresses in latest Green NCAP tests

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Green NCAP has published the emissions results of three new hatchback cars.

New Fiat 500 impresses in latest Green NCAP tests

Green NCAP has published the emissions results of three new hatchback cars.

€337,000 connected hubs funding welcomed by Calleary

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Dara Calleary TD has welcomed funding of over €337,000 for Mayo from the Department of Rural and Community Development under The Connected Hubs Scheme. There is also an additional €250,000 for the Udaras na Gaeltachta gTeic hubs across Mayo, Galway and Donegal.

New SEAI scheme to help SMEs take control of their energy use

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The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is encouraging Irish SMEs to take control of their energy use with the launch of a new support scheme. The scheme will provide SMEs with a €2,000 voucher to cover the cost of an energy audit.

 

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