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Local authority to receive Athlone Tourism Cultural Quarter presentation

Local Fianna Fáil Councillor, Frankie Keena, has confirmed that updated progress plans pertaining to the urban regeneration of the west side of Athlone will be made available to local elected representatives at the April meeting of the Municipal District.

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.

Bank of Ireland branch closures ‘wrong decision’ at ‘worst possible time’, says Farrell

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Bank of Ireland’s decision to close its branches in Oughterard, Ballygar, and Dunmore is the “wrong decision at the worst possible time” and will have “serious consequences for customers and staff”.

SFA responds to Ulster Bank exit from Irish Banking market

The Ulster Bank’s announcement of a phased withdrawal from the Republic of Ireland over the coming years is bad news for the Irish banking sector, according to Small Firms Association (SFA) Chair, Graham Byrne.

Ulster Bank announcement a ‘hammer blow for Galway’ says McNelis

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Ulster Bank’s decision to withdraw from the market in the Republic of Ireland is “a hammer blow for staff and customers in Galway city”, according to a former Mayor.

Mortgage holders urged to switch amid slight interest rate fall

Commenting on the most recent Central Bank Retail Interest Rates publication, Brokers Ireland said the drop in the weighted average interest rate on new mortgages in December to 2.76 from 2.79 the previous month is to be welcomed, even if the rate remains the second highest in the euro area behind Greece.

A chance to walk through history

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By the 16th century Galway was a compact, well laid out town, with handsome buildings, protected by a strong wall. The wealth of the so called Tribal families, originally Anglo/Normans, built up over decades of canny, and adventurous trade, bought them total control of the municipal authorities. Loyalty to the English crown rubber-stamped their laws to keep the native Irish out of the town. They built large houses in a style that reflected their power, while meeting the aesthetic standards of their European contemporaries. Galway was a place apart from the rest of the island.

Prime retail unit for sale in Liosban

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Heskin auctioneers brings this prime ground floor retail unit (Unit 14H) to the market for sale, located in the much sought after Liosban Business Park, Tuam Road, Galway.

Audi Galway wins best presentation in car dealership awards

Audi in Galway has received an award for Best Presented Cars in Connacht.

Research shows that most home possessions in Ireland are pursued by household name banks not vulture funds

A major research report confirms, for the first time, that almost half of the mortgage possession cases listed before the courts are being pursued by “household name” banks, which are directly supervised by the European Central Bank.


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