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Time for us to back the local businesses that back us

When we think back to when things were simpler. No, I don’t mean February. I mean back in the mists of time when all we knew were the horizons on the edge of our towns and villages. Back then, we did not have a greater knowledge of the world outside. For us, our existence and almost everything we required was lived and available within that small geographic location. Back thing everyone was local, apart from blow-ins to the bank or school who, to be fair, had to be local from somewhere else, and would probably end up our locals (unless forty years later they did something bad and we’d start calling them blow-ins again.)

O'Brien calls for bank to re-open Ballinrobe branch

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Mayo County Councillor Patsy O'Brien has called on Bank of Ireland to re-open their branch in Ballinrobe.

Poems for the Lockdown - Recession once again?

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THIS POEM was written over the June Bank Holiday weekend in 2008 and featured in my third poetry collection, Frightening New Furniture, which was published by Salmon in 2010.

The benefits of using a broker

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Why do all the work yourself, when Sherry FitzGerald has a local Galway expert on hand to help?

Prominent architect business launches virtual home consultation platform

In a novel approach, Louise Heavin and Gary Cunningham of Cunningham Heavin Architects, are offering virtual home consultations in exchange for charity donations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Six simple steps to prepare your home for viewings

Oates Auctioneers, with a branch at The Manse, Northgate Street, Athlone, has afforded a number of key steps to preparing your private residence in advance of public viewing.

Top six still the target for Moycullen Basketball

Linley MacKenzie

Prepare to sell in May

With the extension of the Covid-19 restrictions, O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering advice to property owners who may have thought of selling their property before the pandemic unfolded. “Anyone who has been through the selling process previously, probably has a good idea of the usual jobs that should be done to increase the kerb appeal of their property,” notes auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan. For those who have not been through the experience before, he added, “some very simple tasks can be undertaken to spruce up a property prior to selling.”

Prepare to sell in Mayesty Spring lamb with cannellini beans a must this Easter Sunday

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With the extension of the Covid-19 restrictions, O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering advice to property owners who may have thought of selling their property before the pandemic unfolded. “Anyone who has been through the selling process previously, probably has a good idea of the usual jobs that should be done to increase the kerb appeal of their property,” notes auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan. For those who have not been through the experience before, he added, “some very simple tasks can be undertaken to spruce up a property prior to selling.”

Farrell condemns AIB for charging fees on customers made unemployed by Covid-19

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For a bank that was bailed out by the public to now charge fees on customers made unemployed by the coronavirus pandemic is nothing short of "a disgrace" and those customers must be refunded immediately.

 

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