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Bank of Ireland launches range of new flexible loan products for agri-businesses

Bank of Ireland has this week launched a range of new flexible loans, AgriFlex, specially targeted at supporting the development of Ireland’s agricultural sector. These flexible new loan products have been developed to support farmers during times of commodity price volatility and the potential impact these can have on farmer income.

Bank of Ireland launches advice and support week in Mayo branches

Bank of Ireland has announced details of its fifth advice and support initiative for SMEs, National Enterprise Week. The initiative will run from Friday November 18 to Friday November 25.

Good Bank Holiday scoring around the clubs

In a busy weekend at the club, Martin Foley was the winner of the Stableford competition on Saturday with a score of 44pts, he finished four points ahead of Stephen Doherty. In Sunday’s competition sponsored by Coleman Electrics, Michael Tighe won out with a score of 42pts, Kenneth Sheridan came second thanks to a strong back nine finishing up with a score of 39 pts, with Robert Devrin taking third place and John Muldoon fourth.

Highly praised new novelist to read at Galway City Museum

IT IS 1976. Sean Farrell has been mistakenly linked by the State to IRA activity and Emma Balstead, the daughter of a British military attaché officer, has run away from home.

Thomastown minors in championship quarter final

This first round encounter of the minor hurling championship match in Bennttsbridge between Thomastown and James Stephens began on an unsavoury note with James Stephens’ full-back Diarmuid Kelly getting sent off by referee Maurice Flynn after a dangerous tackle on Thomastown corner forward Thomas O’Hanrahan.


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