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Disappearing banks a signifier of the changing face of Irish towns

The banks were always a key part of the development and growth of towns and villages across the country. In my home town, we had three banks. The Bank of Ireland (where my dad was the porter for a quarter of a century; the Munster and Leinster Bank (later AIB), and the Ulster Bank. All three were housed in fine solid buildings from a different age. Buildings that marked their importance in the town.

Moate Bank of Ireland closure a significant blow to local community

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Suzuki offering hybrid versions of all models and 202 offers

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After a period of lockdown in recent months, Suzuki says that it wants to help new car buyers get their long awaited new car with some very attractive offers for the July ’202’ registration plate.

Irish men storm the AIT International Grand Prix

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As the ultimate event of the AIT International Grand Prix, the Blue Riband AIT Mile event never ceases to lift the crowd.

Successful careers forum at The Bish

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The parents' council at The Bish, together with the students, management, and staff, are very grateful for the support they received for their recent careers' forum.

Just a few days left to nominate a friendly business

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JCI Mayo and the Bank Of Ireland this week held an information evening for their Friendly Business Awards 2017 in the Bank of Ireland Castlebar. The JCI Mayo Friendly Business Awards seeks to recognise the important role played by small and medium businesses in the continuous development and improvement of our economy and local communities.

Seamus Meade fundraising appeal gathers steam

The fundraising committee for local man Seamus Meade’s treatment for MND have been busy planning a number of events to raise funds for him to go abroad for treatment.

A feast of Irish student drama in Galway to conclude next week

The Irish Student Drama Association (ISDA) Festival, hosted by NUI Galway’s Drama Society, will run in Galway from until Wednesday next March 23. The ten-day festival will hold 18 productions in five venues throughout the city including The Mick Lally Theatre, An Taibhdhearc and The Bank of Ireland Theatre, NUI Galway.

A feast of student drama

The Irish Student Drama Association Festival, hosted by NUI Galway’s Drama Society, will run in Galway from March 14 - 23 . The 10-day festival will hold 18 productions in five venues throughout the city including The Mick Lally Theatre, An Taibhdhearc, and The Bank of Ireland Theatre NUI Galway.

 

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