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Pollen tacker predicts high pollen levels this weekend

The Asthma Society of Ireland is today warning the 300,000+ people who have both asthma and hayfever in Ireland to take precautions as pollen levels expected to rise this weekend.

Gradual re-opening of the driving test service  

The last act of the now former Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross and the Road Safety Authority (RSA) on Saturday morning last was to confirm that the driver testing service will restart on a gradual basis during Phase 3 of the road map for easing of Covid-19 restrictions.

The new cabinet ministers and our industry

The new Taoiseach Micheál Martin named his cabinet last Saturday. Here are some of the names and portfolios that may concern the wider auto and transport industries.

New online catalogue for NSK automotive aftermarket parts

NSK has launched an online product catalogue that spans the portfolio of its wheel bearing kits for the automotive aftermarket (AAM).

Nine handy hygiene tips for drivers

Motorists have been offered guidance for minimising health risks and maintaining good hygiene levels when driving cars and vans.

Ireland produces over half a million tonnes of hazardous waste annually

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has today published its latest hazardous waste (including lead-acid batteries) figures for Ireland.

Skoda adds new Superb Hybrid flagship models

Skoda launched their new Superb flagship back in early October 2019 and have now added further momentum with the arrival of their first plug-in hybrid called, Superb iV.

The new MINI is Electric

As the world faces new environmental, social and economic challenges, MINI tells us that that it has unveiled its first fully electric model – the MINI Electric.

Unemployment rate down to 4.8 per cent at end of January

RecruitAuto.ie welcomes the news that the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell from five per cent in the third quarter of 2019 to 4.7 per cent in the fourth quarter.