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Toyota Ireland has just launched its new small MPV here with an entry price of €16,995.
Neopost, one of Ireland’s leading providers of end-to end-mailroom solutions has been appointed as the official GBC distributor for its Print Finishing Solutions range of products in Ireland.
“An Aladdin’s cave for the hair and beauty professional,” is how John Donnellan, the managing director of Flair Hair and Beauty Supplies, describes his four stores and the company’s re-launched website www.flair.ie and it is very hard to disagree with that assessment.
The greatest party anywhere in the eurozone is almost upon us and whether one deals in euros, sterling, dollars, or the Japanese yen all roads will lead to Ballybrit on Monday next as the seven-day marathon that is the Galway Race Week Festival gets under way shortly after five o clock. With more than fifty races on the menu punters will need to tread carefully through a minefield of tough maximum field handicaps and conditions contests under both Flat and National Hunt rules and with margins tight in all walks of life selective punting is advised.
Time waits for no man, and Galway’s newest freeman of the city, John Killeen, is already setting new goals and pushing more boundaries.
Mayo Facebookers are party animals according to a survey commissioned by 3, Ireland’s market leader in mobile broadband. The 3 Mobile Broadband Survey shows that 26 per cent of Mayo natives surveyed say ‘Party Animal’ is the type of Facebooker that best describes them while 25 per cent admitted to being the ‘Bad Speller’. The survey also detailed that Facebook is the most popular social media tool with 76 per cent of those surveyed voting in its favour, with Bebo (40 per cent) and Twitter (16 per cent) second and third respectively.
The Government scrappage scheme contributed to a rise in new car sales of 4.5 per cent in January compared to the same period in 2009, according to the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI).
Domino’s Pizza, one of Kilkenny’s leading pizza delivery companies and one of the world’s most successful franchise businesses, is seeking out talented entrepreneurs to set up new stores in the southeast.
The people at Citroen in Ireland say they have always been committed to greener motoring as one of the market leaders in diesel technology and in the reduction of CO2 emissions. And now, for a limited time only, Citroen says it is: "introducing the eco trade-in cashback deal meaning major savings on all of their greenest models to encourage buyers to trade-up to a newer, greener, more fuel efficient Citroën model".
Kilkenny natives have more online social networking friends than their Leinster neighbours in Laois and Wexford, and their hurling neighbours in Limerick, according to a survey commissioned by 3, Ireland’s market leader in mobile broadband.