“It was a beautiful day and Vincent, who is a fabulous chef, did a great job. He had a party out in the garden for the kids.”
The chairman of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has described the proposals by the Courts Service to overhaul the fines system as cheeky.
AA Ireland says the government must introduce additional incentives to encourage people to purchase electric cars.
Over a fifth of respondents to a new AA Ireland survey say they're very likely to holiday abroad more often in 2020 than this year.
A new AA Ireland 'Cost of Running a Home' analysis released today shows the cost of owning and maintaining a home has gone up to around €17,000 this year, compared to 2018.
People are being urged to head to council-run events rather than illegal bonfires this Halloween.
A new survey says one in six motorists were involved in at least once collision when they were learning to drive.
Three lanes are re-opening on the M7 in Kildare this morning.
According to the AA’s analysis, the national average cost of a litre of petrol currently sits at 146.1c, up almost 4c from an average price of 142.3c last month.
Cameras at Blackhall Place, Con Colbert Road and Queen Street will now run on a permanent basis.
Pensions firm Irish Life topped the list of complaints made to the Financial Services and Pensions Ombudsman last year, while the main banks were also the target of grievances from customers.
New figures show four in every 10 appeals against clampers were upheld last year.
ESB crews are working to restore power to several thousand homes across the country that have been left without electricity this morning.
A consumer body representing motorists has criticised the carbon tax as a “pure revenue-raising” measure, while a fuel industry body has claimed raising carbon taxes further would have “unintended consequences” for the economy.
Homeowners in Wicklow, Dublin and Kildare have the highest value of contents insured.
Government ministers never tire of telling us that running a country entails the arduous business of taking difficult decisions.
A similar suggestion in the past faced a backlash from TDs in rural areas and the commuter belt.
Despite recent research from the CSO indicating that the cost of motor insurance has dropped by 12.8% in the past year, many motorists are seeing premiums rise at the time of renewal, according to AA Ireland.
The country has been hit with another cold snap.
Over 70% of motorists support the continued use of speed cameras in Ireland in order to minimise speeding and reduce fatalities, recent research from AA Ireland has found.
Learners who drive unaccompanied could land the owner of the car in prison for six months.
THE move towards electric vehicles appears to be unstoppable and it is now entirely feasible that, within a generation or so, petrol and diesel fuelled cars will become as rare as the gramophone.
AA Ireland says it supports the strengthening of the drink-driving laws because it will make roads safer.
One in 10 used cars currently on sale in Ireland have a false mileage displayed, a study has shown.
More than one in 10 second-hand cars currently listed sale in Ireland have a false mileage displayed, according to a new survey.
The case for cutting taxes is “extremely weak”, an economic think-tank has said —while two groups have called for fuel taxes to be lowered in this year’s budget.
Speeding motorists may be ordered to take part in a safety course instead of getting penalty points.
Pre-tax profits at the newly-acquired Sam McCauley Chemists group jumped 55% to €4.63m last year, new figures show.
Irish fuel retailers have said they need tax incentives to provide electric charging points if the Government is to achieve its plan to encourage motorists to switch from petrol and diesel.
Only 37% of motorists take out excess insurance when hiring a car, according to new research from AA Ireland.
Petrol and diesel prices have dropped for the fourth successive month, according to AA Ireland.
Almost one in 10 motorists suspect that they have been sold laundered fuel in the past, according to new research from AA Ireland.
More than a third of drivers have considered switching from fully comprehensive to third party insurance because of rising costs, according to a new survey from AA Ireland.
The new owner of Sam McCauley Chemists which operates 30 chemists and an online store plans to aggressively expand the chain after paying around €50m for a significant majority stake in the firm.
Almost half of Irish motorists encounter drivers using their mobile phone while behind the wheel on a daily basis according to recent research from AA Ireland.
A survey has found that 97% of motorists would support new roadside drug testing measures.
Over 13% of parents have identified themselves as the main driver of a car predominantly driven by one or more of their children in an effort to reduce insurance costs, according to AA Ireland.
An AA Home Insurance survey of has found that only 25% of Irish homeowners fully understand what’s covered by their home insurance policy.
AA Ireland has today announced a partnership with Kia Ireland to provide breakdown assistance to those who purchase the new Kia Niro Hybrid.
AA Motor Insurance surveyed more than 7,000 motorists.
Fuel is costing Irish motorists more than it has in 18 months even as crude oil prices continue to fall.
The cost of a litre of petrol or diesel has reached its highest level in 18 months, according to the latest monthly fuel prices survey carried out by AA Ireland.
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Motorists have been hit with the single largest monthly fuel increase since March 2015 as prices climb to the highest seen in almost 18 months — with warnings it will probably get worse.
Fuel prices have seen their biggest monthly increase in nearly two years.
An AA Motor Insurance survey of over 9,000 people has found that men drive higher annual mileages than women.
Almost 60% of homeowners are planning on renovating next year, according to a new survey from AA Ireland.
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