The blind man making Ireland more accessible

The blind man making Ireland more accessible

Since going blind as a teenager, Gerry has worked hard to make Ireland more accessible for others.
Inclusivity
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The chair, the shed, the barber and his son

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.
Community
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Stoneybetter than all the rest?

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.
Inclusivity
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Getting a first time buyer mortgage

Getting a first time buyer mortgage

Carolyn shares her experience of bidding for a home, getting a first-time buyer mortgage and the day she moved in to her home.
Mortgages
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5 Christmas budgeting tips

5 Christmas budgeting tips

Christmas can be an expensive time of year but what’s the best way to make it more affordable?
Personal finance
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Holiday of a lifetime

Holiday of a lifetime

Victoria and Ronny took a career break to go on a family holiday of a lifetime on a budget traveling to range of exotic holiday destinations in Asia.
Loans
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How to budget using the 50-30-20 rule

How to budget using the 50-30-20 rule

The 50-30-20 rule may help people to strike a balance between keeping everyday living costs in check, enjoying life and saving for the future.
Personal finance
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Saving for a mortgage deposit

Saving for a mortgage deposit

Saving for a mortgage is taking longer as house prices rise and the size of a deposit increases. A Bank of Ireland Mortgagesaver can help.
Mortgages
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How to spot text message scams (smishing)

How to spot text message scams (smishing)

Learn how to spot the telltale signs of a text message scam (smishing) and what to do if you get one to stay safe from fraud.
Security
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