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Ford has unveiled the stylish new C-Max and Grand C-Max which boast a new sleek exterior design, beautifully crafted interior with improved stowage ideas, and major fuel efficiency and CO2 emissions improvements.
Ford has just unveiled the stylish new C-Max and Grand C-Max boasting a new sleek exterior design, beautifully crafted interior with improved stowage ideas, and major fuel efficiency and CO2 emissions improvements.
In the week that the 2014 International Engine of the Year Awards are announced, Toyota revealed the exterior design and Japanese market guide pricing of its hydrogen-powered Fuel Cell Sedan, following the car’s appearance in concept form at last year’s Tokyo motor show.
HP Ireland this week announced the formal commencement of the construction phase of its new 89,000 sq. ft. office building in Ballybrit, Galway, at a ceremony attended by An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny.
Galway has been chosen to host part of the third Global Irish Economic Forum which is taking place this week.
The Ford Focus, Ireland’s best-selling car in 2012, is now officially the world’s best-selling vehicle nameplate, according to the automotive data and trends forecasting leader, Polk.
Images of Mayo will be beamed into the homes of millions of Americans next spring, courtesy of Tourism Ireland. Filming for two different TV shows took place here recently, when Irish-American sisters and TV personalities Catie Keogh and Colleen Kelly – both based in Chicago visited with their crews.
The Ford Focus is the world’s best-selling car in 2012, having outsold every other model of car in the first seven months of the year. And with sales of 3,499 to date in 2012, the Ford Focus is also Ireland’s top selling car this year to date (January to August inclusive).
Top Irish author Sebastian Barry will receive an honorary degree from NUI Galway next month, the university has announced.
Galway businesswomen are being asked to take part in the latest cycle of Going for Growth - a programme aimed at helping ambitious Irish female entrepreneurs develop their businesses.