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Enticing new car offers from Opel

Opel has announced its 242-registration customer offers across its passenger car range.

Sinn Féin sets out ‘commonsense climate measures’ for City Council

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Local election candidate, Mark Lohan, has set out a number of common sense measures he and his fellow Sinn Féin representatives would deliver if elected to Galway City Council on 7 June.

ALDI receives planning permission for construction of new store in Moate

ALDI Ireland has confirmed that it is set to open a new €6.8 million store to be located in Moate.

ALDI submits planning application for new store in Moate

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ALDI Ireland has submitted a planning application to Westmeath County Council for a new €6.8 million store located in Moate.

New all-electric Mini Countryman on the way

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Mini boasts that their stylish all-rounder and spacious everyday companion, the Countryman continues their brand's product offensive of all-electric models. In fact, with the all-electric Countryman, Mini is further expanding the proportion of electrified models. Every fifth Mini is already electric today.

Official opening of €10 million Ballina store marks ALDI’s fifth store in the county

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ALDI Ireland has announced a dedicated West of Ireland expansion programme which will see the company invest over €63 million and create 140 new full-time jobs and 350 construction jobs across Connacht over the next two years.

Honda offers its ‘e’ customers a free Energia bundle option

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In recognition of its EV network expansion, Honda has teamed up with Energia to offer all eligible Honda e customers a free Energia bundle, including the installation of a free home charging system plus a saving of 20 percent on green electricity.

Aldi gets green light for new €9M store on Old Monivea Road

Aldi Ireland has said that it will open a new €9 million store on Old Monivea Road, Ballybrit in Galway in Autumn 2023.

Monksland wastewater treatment facilities not of the required standard

Speaking in the Dáil this week local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, stated that young people in South Roscommon are being forced to move away from the area due to the lack of wastewater treatment facilities in Monksland, Brideswell and Curraghboy.

Flogas announces three-year sponsorship of GIAF

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Flogas has announced a three-year energy sponsorship of the Galway International Arts Festival. The company is currently providing green electricity from Irish renewable sources to power the Mirror Pavilion installation.

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