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Confidentiality a plus for families in numerous mortgage to rent cases

A fresh call was made in Athlone on Thursday last for Westmeath householders in serious mortgage arrears to engage with their lenders as there is now a fresh urgency to find solutions and leave families in their homes.

Overweight? Don’t just accept it, lose it

Daniel was just 15 when he embarked on his life-changing journey. It was not going to be an easy one as he had tried and failed several times. However, at almost 29st, he needed to try once more. He was not able to enjoy life the way a teenager should.

Geoghegan Quinn denies Ansbacher bank account claims made under Dail privilege

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Former Minister, European Commissioner and Galway West TD Maire Geoghegan-Quinn strongly denied last evening that she had an Ansbacher account or a Guinness and Mahon bank account.

Should company have morality contracts forbidding romance at work?

No company wants to have to deal with unnecessary and avoidable costs of situations such as sexual harassment, discrimination, health and safety or unfair dismissal claims against the organisation. As well as costing a fortune these actions can harm the reputation of the business and have an impact on the productivity of the staff.

The Simon Shop: ethical shopping and excellent bargains

Christmas can be a difficult time of year for many, but it is especially difficult for those experiencing homelessness, when issues such as loneliness, isolation, and poverty become even more challenging. Knowing there is support available can make all the difference.

 

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