Since the boats went down, a large, luxurious green motor yacht has been attracting a good deal of attention at Dun Laoghaire. It looks much more like(...)

Fiat’s first mid-size car for almost a decade was unveiled at the Istanbul motor show

Fiat has finally given us a look at its first mid-size car for almost a decade, with the unveiling of the Agea, the car that will replace the ancient (...)

Boom models include the Jeep Renegade (above), Renault’s Captur and the BMW X5

The once-troubled European car market has just posted its biggest sales rise in six years, with 1.166 million new cars sold in April.Now in its 20th c(...)

A Co Antrim man allegedly wielded a knife and hammer in attacks on relatives and their homes, a Belfast court has heard.

A Co Antrim man allegedly wielded a knife and hammer in attacks on relatives and their homes, a Belfast court has heard. Gary Hartley (47) faces a tot(...)

Darren Chambers shows off Lisney’s new runaround

Earlier this year news reached us that Lisney stalwart Darren Chambers had been sprung from his well-worn patch in Drumcondra to head up Lisney’s fora(...)

Chunky 500x is Fiat’s best styling work for a while. 3:08

Irish car buyers have fallen so spectacularly out of love with Fiat that this launch of the new 500x feels almost like two former lovers, meeting f(...)

“Let Bobby in there, lads!” Micheál Martin puts one arm around byelection candidate Bobby Aylward as he salutes the party faithful at the Fianna Fáil Ardfheis in Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke. 3:13

In the full and plenty days there was always a generous helping of meat in the middle of the FF sandwich. It sustained the party, helping it become st(...)

CRH closed up 2.8 per cent at €26.55, following the announcement that regulators had cleared its planned €6.5bn purchase of assets from Holcim and Lafarge. (Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons)

World stocks hit all-time highs on Friday as corporate updates in Europe and a post- dot.com-boom peak for the US Nasdaq stoked investor optimism. Eur(...)

The French government has been buying shares in French carmaker Renault SA to increase its stake to up to 19.73 per cent with the aim of blocking a resolution at the next annual general meeting that could reduce its control over the company. (Photograph: Angel Navarrete/Bloomberg)

The French government has been buying shares in French carmaker Renault SA to increase its stake to up to 19.73 per cent with the aim of blocking a r(...)

Mercedes’s  pickup will be launched on global markets by 2020.

Mercedes has revealed a first sketch of a medium-sized pickup truck which it intends to launch on to global markets by 2020. “The Mercedes-Benz picku(...)