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VW entering WRC with Polo R in 2013

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Volkswagen has unveiled the concept of the Polo R WRC, the car with which it will compete in the World Rally Championship from 2013 onwards.

VW entering WRC with Polo R in 2013

Volkswagen has unveiled the concept of the Polo R WRC, the car with which it will compete in the World Rally Championship from 2013.

New Chrysler Ypsilon on sale late this year

The all-new Chrysler/Lancia Ypsilon was nominated the stand-out mainstream production vehicle at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show. This is based on media coverage before, during, and after the big annual Swiss international show.

New Chrysler Ypsilon on sale late this year

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The new Chrysler/Lancia Ypsilon was nominated the stand-out mainstream production vehicle at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show. This is based on media coverage before, during, and after the big annual Swiss international show.

Seizing PR Opportunities – How your small business can look MÓR!

Have you ever felt your competitor seems to have that edge and manages to appear in the papers and you wonder why? The answer may be that they are proactive in managing their PR and take and create the opportunities in order to gain media coverage.

Five arrested in Offaly dawn raid following Ballybrit arson

Gardaí were last night (Wednesday) questioning five men from County Offaly following a suspected arson attack on a house in Ballybrit on Sunday.

Walsh hits out at ‘unethical’ inference over his role in seminars

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County councillor Seamus Walsh has hit out at media coverage this week of his role in two companies which organise seminars for local authority members, claiming there is nothing unethical in the enterprise.

Violent feuding “besmirched” name of Mullingar

“Nothing short of evil” is how Cllr Ruth Illingworth this week described the recent feuding-related violent incidents in Mullingar, which she said had served to further blacken the name of Mullingar.

Let's Do It…..Connacht

John Killeen and company of Let's do it Galway set a benchmark in hosting global sporting events in the city. In less than two weeks, another sporting event - albeit a European one - will be held in the city. Connacht Rugby may be the fourth and poorest province in Ireland, but the occasion of hosting a European semi-final is one of which the city, county, and province should be proud.

Adjustments and arguments

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AS THE Galway Races gets under way the latest Fianna Fáil ‘cutback’ - or ‘adjustment’ if you prefer - will be obvious to one and all. The Fianna Fáil tent is no more. Is this a sign of the times or just a sensible move by new Taoiseach Brian Cowen?

 

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