Ireland’s invisible family carers
Joanne shares the challenges and the blessings of being a family carer for her mother Kathleen who was confined to a wheelchair after a stroke.
Education was our dowry
Champa's parents couldn't afford a dowry for her or her three sisters so they invested in their education instead.
The blind man making Ireland more accessible
Since going blind as a teenager, Gerry has worked hard to make Ireland more accessible for others.
Stoneybetter than all the rest?
Over 100 Irish towns entered the National Enterprise Town Awards 2019 and, like Stoneybatter, are hoping for success in the final.
Out at work
Some of our LGBTQ+ colleagues talk about the highly personal decision about whether to 'come out' at work or not.
Despite suffering from Alzheimer's, Jim still sings 'Raglan Road' from start to finish. His son Keith took carer's leave to look after him, describing their time together as ''priceless'.
Caring for two mums
A growing sandwich generation find themselves caring for elderly parents while still supporting children.
From school to work
For years, Bank of Ireland staff have volunteered at Merchants Academy, a school in a deprived Bristol area, now two former pupils are working in the Bank.