An estimated 11 million cars worldwide are affected by Volkswagen’s emissions “cheat” devices. Photograph: David Gray/Reuters

A District Court judge has dubbed the behaviour of Volkswagen’s legal team who walked out of a Castlebar court on Tuesday as “a bizarre stunt”. Jud(...)

The Mayo case is likely to have international ramifications for VW.

In the latest twist in the Volkswagen emissions scandal the car firm’s legal team walked out of Castlebar District Court on Tuesday afternoon after Di(...)

Last September VW admitted to cheating US diesel emissions tests and said up to 11 million vehicles worldwide could be fitted with illegal software, including about 115,000 in Ireland. Photograph: Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters

Volkswagen has submitted affidavits to an Irish district court in its defence of a damages claim linked to its ongoing emissions scandal. A district(...)

Hausfeld Law Firm has already worked on cases in the US involving the VW emissions scandal. Photograph: Reuters

An Irish legal firm handling claims from car owners over the Volkswagen emissions scandal has teamed up with an international counterpart to co-ordina(...)

Volkswagen Group’s price tag to settle lawsuits in the US over its rigging of diesel emissions tests has jumped to more than $15 billion (€13.6 billion) - $5 billion more than previously reported.

Volkswagen will offer “substantial compensation” to US owners of VW cars affected by the diesel emissions scandal, under a $15.3 billion (€13.9 billio(...)

A mechanic uploads a software update to a Volkswagen Golf as part of the recall due to the emission scandal. The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission has concluded an investigation into Volkswagen Group’s understatement of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions on certain cars.

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission has concluded an investigation into Volkswagen Group’s understatement of carbon dioxide (CO2) emiss(...)

A district court judge has granted an interim preliminary order for discovery in a claim for damages by a Roscommon woman against Volkswagen Ireland and its German parent company Volkswagen AG.

A district court judge has granted an interim preliminary order for discovery in a claim for damages by a Roscommon woman against Volkswagen Ireland a(...)

Scandal-hit car giant said it was going to “refit” the estimated 11 million vehicles worldwide. Photograph: Karl-Josef Hildenbrand/EPA

Volkswagen yesterday confirmed nearly 1.2 million vehicles in Britain were affected by software designed to cheat emissions tests. The German car-mak(...)

Volkswagen UK have confirmed around 1.2 million vehicles in Britain, including Audi, Seat and Skoda cars, were affected by the emissions software at the centre of an investigation into rigging of vehicle emissions tests.

Volkswagen UK said around 1.2 million vehicles in Britain, including Audi, Seat and Skoda cars, were affected by the emissions software at the centre (...)

VW owners will be told  if their vehicles require a refit. Photograph: Julian Stratenschulte/EPA

Volkswagen Group says it is going to ‘refit’ the estimated 11 million vehicles affected by its cheating on US diesel emissions test. With an estimated(...)

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