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Bank of Ireland coming under fire over proposed changes

Bank of Ireland was facing a backlash this week following proposals to restrict cash withdrawals and lodgements in its branches.

Local Property Tax 2016

The pay and file season for Local Property Tax (LPT) 2016 will be starting soon, and Revenue is writing to approximately 755,000 residential property owners to give them the opportunity to decide how and when they want to pay.

Three days of amazing deals at Centrepoint Autos, Athlone

Centrepoint Autos, Athlone are delighted to announce their upcoming huge winter clearance sale, running for only three days from Friday 13 to Sunday, 15 November.

Banks should have duty of care to elderly customers

Back in my school days when everyone was thick and nobody had allergies, getting a job in The Bank was The Thing. It was as if being good at sums and living in a provincial town was the be all and end all. It was as if all your ills would be sorted if you could get a good job in The Bank and settle down. The Bank was the paragon of all that was respectable about small towns, like the one I hailed from.

Motor trade scams to be aware of

Vehicle history check expert, Cartell.ie, exhibitors at the Auto Trade EXPO, at the weekend is advising consumers to avoid  “trending” scams in the marketplace. Private transactions involving a motor vehicle can be difficult and the market environment can be treacherous for the buyer, according to Cartell.ie.

Fill up on free fuel with Coyne Tractor Tyres and Batteries

If you buy selected Goodyear tyres from Coyne Tractor Tyres and Batteries from now until the end of June you could get up to €40 in free fuel vouchers. If you buy two 16 inch Goodyear tyres you will get a €10 voucher, or a €20 voucher if you purchase four 16 inch Goodyear tyres. You can claim a €20 voucher for the purchase of two 17 inch Goodyear tyres or a €40 voucher if you buy four 17 inch Goodyear tyres. The fuel vouchers will be redeemable at Tesco petrol stations.

Medical card delays forcing families to fork out for school transport fees, says Keaveney

The Government is being called on to postpone charging school transport fees for families still waiting on the outcome of their medical card reviews.

Man pleads guilty to stealing from AIB Mullingar

A man remains in custody after he pleaded guilty to a number of fraud offences at the AIB in Mullingar.

Closing date looms for writers’ competition

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WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6 is the closing date for the 2014 Over The Edge New Writer of The Year competition.

Bank of Ireland announces major redevelopment to Mainguard Street branch

Bank of Ireland has announced major renovations to its branch on Mainguard Street.

 

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