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# Fuel

All time
An Taisce granted leave to appeal peat burning at Edenderry power station
Column: The EU’s Eastern Partnership in tatters – is a fresh energy strategy the answer?
David Moloney
Plant with capacity to launder 3 million litres of fuel a year uncovered in Meath
Tips on how to stay warm, protect the environment and heat your home this winter
Debunked: Does switching off your engine when stuck in traffic save fuel?
Irish Rail to use shorter DART trains off-peak to save on fuel
Alcohol sales are up, but clothing sales are down
Ryanair drops legal action after newspaper apologises
Russian cargo ship docks successfully at International Space Station
Last year's poor peat harvest cost Bord Na Móna over €23m
Column: Burning our bogs is like setting fire to our future
Kieran McNally
'Modest' fall means petrol prices are down 7 per cent in ten months
Fuel laundering plant with 7 tonnes of toxic waste uncovered in Monaghan
€569 million - Ryanair's profit for last year up 13%
Average driver to spend €243 on petrol this month, paying €138.50 in tax
Poll: Should motor tax be scrapped and included in the cost of fuel?
Winter fuel allowance to be extended following cold snap
Column: The UK is exploring its shale gas future, we should do the same
Aaron McKenna
Commuters could save thousands by ditching their cars - Bus Éireann
Revenue to introduce new marker system in crackdown on fuel laundering
Manufacturing growth rate slows in January - PMI
Ryanair reports profits of €18m in third quarter of 2012
Ryanair to issue defamation proceedings against The Sun
Rise in number of motorists using wrong fuel, says AA
Oil laundering plant uncovered in Louth
Revenue close down 38 filling stations this year in black market crackdown
Two arrested after discovery of oil laundering plants
Report confirms Ryanair complied with EU operations procedures
Customs officers uncover oil laundering plant in Monaghan
Survey reveals up to 10pc difference in oil prices across Ireland
Explainer: What is laundered fuel?
20,000 litres of laundered fuel seized at Dublin Port
Sit-in at Cork Target Express plant begins after company ceases trading
No plans for fuel tax cuts to help struggling motorists
The Evening Fix: Saturday
Points, petrol and Roses of Tralee: The week in numbers
Prepare for a hike in petrol prices, warns AA Ireland
Air France passengers asked to chip in for fuel
Number of people having gas and electricity cut off has tripled