‘People generally want to help,’ Gordon Grehan from TENI says, ‘but faced with a trans person they are often afraid of saying the wrong thing.'
I nearly didn’t take the call telling me I’d won €25,000
When Niamh opened her Goalsaver account, she entered our competition to win €25,000 but she nearly didn't take the call telling her she'd won it.
Talking money: From Tipperary to Tokyo
We talk money and Japan with Fiona Uyema, the Irish expert on Japanese cuisine, cookbook author, food writer and now a producer of the 'Fused' range of soy sauces.
This Valentine’s Day, learn CPR to restart a heart
This Valentine's Day, learn CPR to restart a heart. According to Irish Heart Foundation, starting CPR promptly can double or triple the chances of somebody surviving a cardiac arrest.
5 tips to help you stay on top of your personal finances in 2018
Financial literacy expert and founder of MoneyWhizz, Frank Conway, shares his top 5 tips to help you stay on top of your personal finances in 2018.
11 tips for a healthier heart in 2018
The Irish Heart dietician Sarah Noone shares her 11 tips for a healthier heart in 2018.
The girl in a million
The Jack & Jill Foundation provide invaluable support to families 365 days a year, but their help is especially welcome over the holiday season. Find out how Jack & Jill have supported Niamh Shine and Noel O’ Mahony and their family as they care for their daughter Éabha.
Back in class after 70 years
Josephine (77) was present at the birth of modern computing then had her career cut short by the Marriage Bar before getting familiar with Facebook and Messenger in her 70s to keep in touch with her family all over the world.
When Tullow won the Towns
Tullow Rugby club waited 46 years to win the Provincial Towns Cup losing seven semi-finals and two finals along the way. When they finally won it in 2017 it was a win for everyone who ever played, coached or supported Tullow.
Bank to school: Managing money, getting work experience, saving up
Bank of Ireland helps schools set up School Banks so secondary school students can learn to manage their money, get work experience in a range of Bank roles and build up regular saving habits.