How Union Cup hosts, Emerald Warriors RFC, one of the world's first gay rugby teams, were founded by an Irishman to revolutionise gay social life in Ireland.
Flexible mortgage options
More and more mortgages come with options allowing homeowners to change how and when they repay their mortgages. Here are just a few ways that mortgages can be adjusted to fit.
Before you say you can’t face making a budget, you may want to read this
Creating a budget isn’t most people’s idea of fun. But before you decide budgeting isn't for you, you might want to read this.
The Second World War pilot who became a Silver Surfer in his 90s
Born in 1919, Gordon Lawson trained pilots in Africa during the Second World War but later left the RAF on religious grounds as a conscientious objector. In 2017, he was awarded a Silver Surfer award for learning and using new technology in his 90s.
“Unity is our strength, diversity is our wealth”
Gerry Ellis who works in our IT Centre based in Cabinteely, Co. Dublin is Head of our Accessibility Network. Blind since he was a teenager, Gerry uses technology that assists him at work and to live his everyday life.
5 tips to keep your student finances on track this autumn
Frank Conway, financial adviser and founder of 'MoneyWhizz', shares his tips for students heading off to 3rd level education.
Looking back at 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.
‘I ran around the shop telling everyone, I rang everyone I knew’
Helen didn't believe she had won €5,000 in our Goalsaver competition but when it sank in she ran around telling everyone and rang everyone she knew.
Mover stories: When baby came along…
Dan and Jenny's first place was a 2-bedroom apartment in Lucan that they loved. But when their first baby arrived and they had to struggle up the stairs with a pram, they knew it was time to move to a more family-friendly house.