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BMW 5 named best new company car at fleet awards

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Fleet managers in Britain have voted the BMW 5 Series the New Company Car of the Year, while BMW has been named Fleet Manufacturer of the Year at the biggest  Fleet News Awards ceremony.

BMW 5 named best new company car at fleet awards

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Fleet managers in the UK have voted the BMW 5 Series New Company Car of the Year, while BMW has been named Fleet Manufacturer of the Year at the biggest ever Fleet News Awards ceremony.

BMW 5 named best new company car at fleet awards

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Fleet managers in Britain have voted the BMW 5 Series the New Company Car of the Year, while BMW has been named Fleet Manufacturer of the Year at the biggest Fleet News Awards ceremony.

Cill Rónáin Harbour wins Engineering Project of the Year

Cill Rónáin Harbour on Inis Mór island has been named the Engineering Project of the Year in the annual Engineers Ireland Excellence Awards.

Pothole related damage down year on year

After a mild winter, damage to vehicles in Ireland as a result of potholes is down on last year, according to an AA poll of more than 20,000 people.

Pothole related damage down year on year

After a mild winter, damage to vehicles in Ireland as a result of potholes is down on last year, according to the results of an AA poll of more than 20,000 people.

Pothole related damage down year on year

After a mild winter, damage to vehicles in Ireland as a result of potholes is down on last year, according to the results of an AA poll of more than 20,000 people.

St Brigid’s College wow Eco-Dragons at Young Environmentalist finals

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A group of young people from St Brigid’s College in Callan, Co Kilkenny made a successful pitch to judges at a Dragon’s Den-style ‘Eco-Den’, hosted by Eco-Unesco in Dublin on March 31 and April 1.

Supermarket scrapes are a fact of life

Sixty-six per cent of drivers have found their car scratched or damaged in a public car park. In only four per cent of cases did the guilty party leave a note or come forward to own up. In 96 per cent of cases the motorist is left to pay for the damage or make a claim against their own insurance. The findings are contained in an AA online poll of 800 motorists countrywide.

Have your say about the presence of head shops in Kilkenny

The issue surrounding the legality of so called head shops has being raised once again this week at a seminar in Mullingar, by minister with responsibility for drugs John Curran. Mr Curran said that he is now going to tackle the issue in real terms by coordinating a government response to legality of head shops.

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