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Check out low mortgage rates at AIB Athenry

AIB currently has some of the lowest mortgage rates and repayments in the Irish market. In the overall mortgage market AIB approved mortgages to the value of €845 million in 2011.

Teaching children to become great savers with Castlebar Credit Union

The benefits of teaching your children about money early on are both immediate and long term. In the short term, they may develop strong saving habits, learn how to make smart purchases, and learn why they cannot immediately get everything they want. In the long term, you can help them avoid getting into debt. And by teaching the value of saving for the future, you can put them on the road to financial security.

Fraudulent cheque scam accused faces four new charges

A 63-year-old Dublin man has been charged with four new charges in relation to fraudulent cheque incidents carried out in Galway city and county.

Man 1, Bank 0, an improbable true story for our times

Patrick Combs is an average guy. An average guy who, in 1995, decided on a whim to deposit one of those fake cheques so common in junk mail. Man 1, Bank 0 is Combs’ amazing-but-true story of how he deposited a $95,093.35 junk-mail cheque marked ‘non-negotiable’ into his own bank account and about what happens after his bank clears it. He’s rich – or is he? This outrageously funny and dramatic comedy that quickly becomes a staggering and funny David vs Goliath-like real-life adventure, returns to Ireland after a hugely successful tour in June 2011 and smash hit sold out shows in New York, Montreal, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.

Man 1, Bank 0, an improbable true story for our times

Patrick Combs is an average guy. An average guy who, in 1995, decided on a whim to deposit one of those fake cheques so common in junk mail. Man 1, Bank 0 is Combs’ amazing-but-true story of how he deposited a $95,093.35 junk-mail cheque marked ‘non-negotiable’ into his own bank account and about what happens after his bank clears it. He’s rich – or is he? This outrageously funny and dramatic comedy that quickly becomes a staggering and funny David vs Goliath-like real-life adventure, returns to Ireland after a hugely successful tour in June 2011 and smash hit sold out shows in New York, Montreal, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.

Man 1, Bank 0, an improbable true story for our times

Patrick Combs is an average guy. An average guy who, in 1995, decided on a whim to deposit one of those fake cheques so common in junk mail. Man 1, Bank 0 is Combs’ amazing-but-true story of how he deposited a $95,093.35 junk-mail cheque marked ‘non-negotiable’ into his own bank account and about what happens after his bank clears it. He’s rich – or is he? This outrageously funny and dramatic comedy that quickly becomes a staggering and funny David vs Goliath-like real-life adventure, returns to Ireland after a hugely successful tour in June 2011 and smash hit sold out shows in New York, Montreal, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.

Celebrations for Highfield Park and Ballinfoile

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The Highfield Park Residents Association and the Ballinfoile Community Gardens collected awards at the 2011 Pride of Place Awards Ceremony last week. Mr. Phil Hogan TD,Minister for the Environment, Community & Local Government presented the awards at the All-Island Pride of Place Gala Awards ceremony at the Amber Springs Hotel, Gorey, Co. Wexford.

O’Mahony welcomes the commencement of AEOS payments

Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony has welcomed the announcement today by the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney, that the first payments to farmers in AEOS 1 have been issued. Some 8,400 farmers who applied for AEOS by the closing date of May 17 last year have been approved into the scheme, and under EU rules administrative checks for all applicants had to be completed before the first payments could issue. The first tranche of payments has been issued and the remainder will be paid on an ongoing basis.

Companies in Ireland paying bills slower

Businesses in Ireland paid their bills two days slower on average during the first six months of the year when compared with the same period last year, according to the latest insight from Experian, the global information services company. Experian analysis also reveals that businesses in Westmeath were fifth quickest to pay bills during the first half of 2011.

Irish homeowners should default on mortgages

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