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Ever since its market launch in 1988, the Suzuki Vitara series has earned high acclaim, and the series has evolved through changes in body size and powertrain.
This Friday night, December 5, Moate Partnership Group will host a table quiz from 9pm in Eamon Coughlan’s Lounge to raise funds for Moate Christmas lights.
Energy Minister Pat Rabbitte last night (Thursday) officially switched on Crossmolina’s smart street lighting, in what is a first-of-its-kind venture in Ireland. With the backing of Crossmolina Community Development and Mayo County Council, Crossmolina was chosen as a pilot town to test a new public lighting initiative that aims to result in long term savings to the town and council, as well as encouraging the delivery of other energy efficiency projects across the country.
Meterlogix.ie, an energy monitoring and management business based in Galway received its national launch this week.
The new Golf cabriolet will be available in Ireland from August, with pricing to be announced nearer to the launch date.
When the second or third generation Volkswagan Jetta was launched, it was popular in Ireland but not in the UK. I recall asking an English motoring journalist at the time if he had driven it and his answer went something like “Ah mate, it’s as well known over here as Sly Stallone’s brother”. You see the English loved the Golf but didn’t see the point in what they regard as a boring booted cousin.
The new Golf Cabriolet will be available in Ireland from August, with pricing to be announced in the coming weeks.
Why not make it your New Year’s resolution for 2011 to take steps to improve the energy efficiency of your home, a move which brings financial as well as ecological benefits.
“There has never been a better time to self-build,” says Clive Corry of Selfbuild Ireland Ltd, organiser of Selfbuild shows across the country.