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Disappointment at announcement of Bank of Ireland branch closures in Mayo

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Bank of Ireland announced this week that they are to close over 100 branches across the country, including three in Mayo from September.

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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Welcome return of students to the classroom as riotous scenes mar Covid-19 progress

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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.

David McWilliams talks about the impact of the pandemic and the environment on travel

David McWilliams has worked all over the world, and speaking on the Travel Tales with Fergal podcast, the top economist says that people need to be aware “of the impact of air travel on the environment” — and reckons he was a bad example with all his jet-setting before the pandemic.

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.

Crazy, creative or courageous — the man who set up a business during a pandemic

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Stephen Cooke chuckles when it is put to him that setting up a new business during a pandemic could be deemed crazy, creative or courageous. “A bit of everything, a mix of those things anyways,” he laughs.

Make the best out of 'Lockdown' Valentine's Day!

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It's that time of the year again when couples get all loved up and splash out on romantic gifts and treats to express their passion for one another. That's right Valentine's Day is on Sunday but with the country in lockdown, coming up with ideas to celebrate the day may prove difficult. This year and last have been tough for everyone and we thought we ALL deserve a bit of love.

 

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