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Brokers Ireland has appealed to politicians to consider very carefully the No Consent, No Sale Bill 2019 currently going through the Oireachtas on the basis that it is likely to negatively impact mortgage holders in terms of interest rates and stymie badly needed competition in the banking sector.
Commenting on recent Central Bank figures indicating a growth in net lending for mortgages, Brokers Ireland said such figures indicate the state of banking rather than charting what is actually happening with consumers.
Perhaps the biggest surprise of all was that one day, while Tom Kilroy was in Leaving Cert, an Adonis walked through St Kieran’s College. He inquired, in a very magisterial manner, where was one to find the headmaster.
November has arrived and we are nearly a third way through the Premier League season.
Often maligned, rather unfairly, as a dog track overlooking a cemetery, the Galway Sportsground can now be the province’s “shining light”. Hardened fans love it just as it is, and former captain John Muldoon refused to contemplate moving big games elsewhere, but in many ways it is past its sell-by date, particularly since the game went professional.
Responding to the recent Banking and Payments Federation Ireland mortgage drawdowns for the second quarter of 2018, Brokers Ireland have stated that the standout figure is a 95.5 percent year-on-year increase in the volume of re-mortgaging/switching, indicating that Irish consumers are getting the message there is value to be had in switching.
A series of start-up presentations to support Galway’s medical device industry will take place in September.
Burglary in Ballybane
Dep Éamon Ó Cuív has this week hit out Bank of Ireland’s decision to withdraw key services from branches across the country, describing the move as “a huge insult to rural residents”.
A dramatic SSE Airtricity League premier division season continues at Eamonn Deacy Park tomorrow when Galway United host Shamrock Rovers (7.45pm).