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An Irish company recently circulated these questions to recruiters within their organisation. When it comes to questions, we can’t really anticipate what a panel may throw at you, but this list should get you thinking.
The ESB is to cease generating electricity in Shannonbridge and Lanesboro at the end of 2020, news which will have a detrimental impact on employment within the Midlands region.
As the High Court prepares to hear a Judicial Review next week on the Shannon liquified natural gas’s planning permission, campaigners against the terminal on the Shannon Estuary are hosting an awareness-raising event in Galway.
O Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a superb opportunity to acquire a filling station with shop, garage and sizable forecourt area located in the heart of Craughwell village, Co Galway.
A new mobile testing laboratory is being launched in a bid to crack down on petrol stretching.
It has emerged that the Revenue Commissioners took just 24 samples from fuel tankers across the entire country for the whole of 2014.
A Mayo politician has questioned the high price of petrol at the pumps despite fast falling crude oil prices.
Fine Gael’s Deputy James Bannon is highlighting the impact that fuel launderers are having on businesses, motorists, and farmers in Longford and Westmeath.
As the winter season approaches the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is asking Mayo householders to consider taking some simple measures when heating their homes this winter. These steps will minimise the impact of home heating on air quality and on Mayo people’s health.
The majority of Irish motorists expect the cost of running cars to continue to increase over the next 12 months, according to the 2012 Skoda Ireland Motoring Costs Insights Report published last week.