Colm Brady

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Colm Brady, managing director of Europcar Ireland. Photograph: Conor McCabe

Do you really need to own a car? It’s a question raised by many motorists during the Covid-19 crisis as they watch an expensive asset sitting idle on (...)

A GoCar vehicle pictured in Dublin. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

Residents of a planned upmarket apartment development in Foxrock, south Dublin, could be able to avail of “pay as you go driving” from five shared GoC(...)

GoCar managing director Colm Brady and Anne Graham, chief executive of the National Transport Authority, at a GoCar event on “the future of multimodal transport in Ireland”.  Photograph: Conor McCabe.

Irish car sharing company GoCar intends to double its fleet next year with an investment The Irish Times understands will amount to about €10 million.(...)

A swan fends off athletes taking part in the TriAthy Triathlon in Kildare. It was doing so as it had two cygnets close by. Photograph:

For a sport deemed “fringe”, if not loony, just 20 years back, triathlons now attract over 20,000 entrants each year in Ireland. The first modern swi(...)

Irish car sharing company GoCar is offering car owners the chance to trade in their old or unused vehicle in exchange for credit to use vehicles on its shared fleet

Irish car sharing company GoCar is offering motorists the chance to trade in their old or unused vehicle in exchange for credit to use vehicles on its(...)

A  British Airways Boeing 777: the airline has launched an upgrade promotion called First. Photograph: Tim Ockenden/PA Wire

FREE FIRST CLASS FROM BA British Airways has launched its latest free First upgrade promotion, allowing eligible Club World customers to get a free o(...)

Cormac Devlin, chairman of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, with Colm Brady, managing director of GoCar. Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council and car-sharing firm GoCar have jointly launched six new on-street bases for the car rental service amid a pick-(...)

Meath manager manager Mick O’Dowd will stay on for two more years. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Mick O’Dowd has had his tenure as Meath senior football manager extended by two years following a county board meeting on Monday night. The Meath Exec(...)

Meath coach Colm Brady looks on with manager Mick O’Dowd. Photo: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Brothers Eamon and Colm Brady will not be involved with the Meath set-up this summer having withdrawn their services as joint-coaches ahead of the tea(...)

Two Ford Fiesta GoCars were delivered to  Belfield today.

Pay-per-trip car rental company GoCar is to open a new base on the Belfield campus at University College Dublin. The company, which offers 70 vehicles(...)

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