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People all love a bargain, but what could that bargain cost?
Bridgestone tells us it has been chosen to provide some 120 new original equipment tyre fitments to car manufacturers for Europe, the Middle-East and Africa. This represents an increase of more than 30 per cent. The fitments are spread across more than 40 different models from 15 different manufacturers.
Large numbers of new truck tyres manufactured in China are going up in price, with resulting increased costs for many truck owners, as well for tyre importers and retailers.
It is not only Ford in Ireland that is celebrating 100 years this year - in July, 1917, the Ford Motor Company launched the first van in the world with the launch of the Model TT.
In some parts of the world, such as Ireland, water temperatures are too low to stay in the water for a long period of time without a wetsuit. So unless you are one of the lucky ones surfing every day in warm tropical waters, a wetsuit is a must.
It's Lights! Camera! Action! in Bonniconlon as the Dramatic Society prepares to take to the stage with Wigs on the Green from tonight to Sunday. The curtain in the Grove Hall is up at 8.30pm nightly as the clock is turned back to the 1950s and the story of widow Betty Smith (Margaret Devine) and her daughters Kitty (Laura McShane) and Maureen (Deirdre Doherty) – two young ladies desperate for romance, excitement and fun. If they are to secure such wanton happiness, they need to succeed in rubber-stamping their mother’s blessing to go the dance.
Galway City native Dr. Brendan Tobin, self described “nomadic lawyer” and human rights activist will give a talk on “Orphans of the Rubber Boom: Roger Casement’s Legacy in the Amazon” in Galway City Library, St. Augustine Street, Galway on Monday next - November 21 - at 6.30 p.m.
When Insider agreed to write a post-mortem on the US presidential election, he thought it would provide an opportunity to reflect on the many shortcomings of electoral politics in the second-largest democracy on earth, and that it would also offer some catharsis, some closure, at the end of a gruelling 18-month campaign.
Connacht are expecting one hell of a fight in Parma on Saturday against a Zebre side gunning for a first Champions Cup victory.
A PIANO treated with bolts, but also plastic, rubber and a pencil eraser will be played in Druid's Mick Lally Theatre for one of the most 'out there' and experimental shows of the Galway Jazz Festival.