Helping vulnerable customers
Our Vulnerable Customer Unit has helped out in over 1,000 cases involving care needs, financial abuse, addiction, impairment and accessibility issues.
The chair, the shed, the barber and his son
The extraordinary story behind an old chair thrown into a skip and Tullow Men's Shed who restored it to its owner.
The day Dolores kidnapped baby Jesus
We asked older locals from Finglas to share their Christmases past and heard about kidnapping Jesus, steamy puddings, preparing the turkey and a perm club.
106 years of Enniscorthy rugby history in 13 minutes
The last 13 minutes of the 2018 Provincial Towns Cup Final seemed to sum up both 106 years of Enniscorthy rugby history and the history of the sport of rugby in Ireland.
A summer of fun-filled Leinster Rugby Summer Camps
This summer, 2,800 boys and girls, aged 6 to 12, attended Bank of Ireland Leinster Rugby Summer Camps.
100 years in Tinahely
Our branch in Tinahely, Co. Wicklow opened in 1918. A hundred years later, staff from the branch supported the 83rd Tinahely Show, volunteered to help and took part in events and one, Joe Phelan, brought along some unusual visitors.
Seamus Heaney: Listen Now Again
'There's a line of Seamus Heaney for everybody and I would like people to find that line and take it with them,' says Katherine McSharry, Director of 'Seamus Heaney: Listen Now Again' the first exhibition to take place in the new Bank of Ireland Cultural and Heritage Centre.
Keeping track of people with Alzheimer’s
Bank of Ireland TY Academy is a 3-day programme encouraging students to form effective teams and to pitch innovative business concepts to a panel of judges.