True supercars, whether saloons or sports cars, are fairly rare on the ground.
Volkswagen has GTi and BMW has M-Series as the sporting members of their respective brands.
The Heritage Hotel in Portlaoise, Co Laois, has awarded a €1 million contract to IT specialist Datapac to provide a range of IT consultancy systems and support services.
Leopardstown Racecourse has secured a three-year deal with The Durkan Group, which will see the property giant become the title sponsor of its St Stephen's Day race meeting.
A Dublin haulier must pay more than €138,000 to the collector general for failure to pay taxes, the High Court has found.
Sales of SUVs in Ireland are likely to show an increase of 40 per cent on last year, according to end-of-year sales figures.
The Radio Advertising Awards 2005 will take place on March 4 at the Burlington Hotel in Dublin.
Radio station Beat 102-103 has appointed independent sales house Broadcast Media Sales (BMS) to handle all national and agency sales.
The Letterkenny Shopping Centre on the Port Road in Letterkenny, Co Donegal, has been relaunched, following the completion of a major expansion programme.
Last week was the deadline for applications for the new Belfast FM radio licence.
Sherry FitzGerald Royal is seeking €309,000 for the last house in the Kilmessan Green development in Kilmessan, Co Meath.
Pat Montague, managing director of public relations agency Montague Communications, has become the new president of the Public Relations Institute of Ireland (PRII).
The pinnacle of Sean Doherty's political career was a short spell as minister for justice in the early 1980s. Scannal! The Man Behind the Wire, Monday, 7.30pm, RTE 1:
Is it not time that we, as a nation, expressed our gratitude to all those victims of 40 years of sectarian violence who have so readily, so generously and so bravely forgiven the bombings and shootings for the sake of our great peace process?
American Airlines will start a daily service between Shannon and Boston on May 1 next year.