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The Skoda Enyaq will go on sale here, starting in April 2021

The new Enyaq is not quite Skoda’s first electric car. That honour actually goes to the battery-powered version of the small Citigo hatchback, which w(...)

More heavy rain is forecast for Tuesday as Storm Francis moves across Ireland. Image: Windy.com

More heavy rainfall is forecast for Tuesday as Storm Francis moves eastwards across Ireland. Rain overnight and on Tuesday morning caused flooding in(...)

John Donegan with his wife Mary. He lived with her  in Ballymun for most of his life.

This article is one of a series about people who have died with coronavirus in Ireland and among the diaspora. Read more at irishtimes.com/covid-19-li(...)

Skoda is one of a number of major car brands using a portable device by Sanity Systems, which uses ozone gas to sanitise vehicles

As the motor trade prepares to reopen aftersales departments from next Monday, many dealers are increasingly frustrated that sales operations cannot r(...)

Hines paid €105m in 2019 for the GAA’s Drumcondra portfolio, comprising 19 acres of lands at the former Holy Cross seminary.

Some €1.2 billion worth of development land was sold across the greater Dublin area and the regional centres of Cork, Limerick and Galway in 2019. T(...)

Skoda reckons  new car sales will  rise to 120,000 in 2020. Photograph: Balint Porneczi/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Skoda Ireland is predicting that the new NOx emissions tax on new and imported cars will trigger a small recovery in new car sales in the Republic thi(...)

DIT’s former Kevin Street campus in Dublin

Turnover in the development land market looks set to exceed the €1 billion threshold again this year. According to Cushman and Wakefield, it is likely(...)

The largest transaction in the second quarter was Lone Star’s acquisition of about 47.7 hectares of land in Cherrywood for a price reported to be in the region of €127 million. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The value of development land sales rose to €490 million in the first half of this year in spite of a more than 50 per cent fall in transactions, acco(...)

A baboon taxidermy achieved €1,200 (€500-€600) at Usher Auction Rooms, Kells.

Auction Results Whytes, 38 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2 January 26th: Sean Kearns Postcard collection was a “white glove sale”, where every lot sold. (...)

Kieran Whelton with some of his UK imported secondhand cars at his car dealership in Knock, Co Mayo. Photograph: Keith Heneghan

For the Irish motor trade, the market is as much about currency rates as cars. Dealers watch the latest forex market as closely as the IFSC currency t(...)

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