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Vacant former AIB building in Laois town finally put on derelict...

A vacant former AIB building in a Laois town has finally been put on the derelict sites register. The issue of the derelict AIB building...

AIB decision to implement cashless branches deemed an ‘out and out...

The decision of AIB to move a number of their branches to cashless was branded an "out and out disgrace" at a municipal district...

AIB must abolish service charges after closing cash facilities, says Laois...

Banks refusing to take cash from customers must abolish service charges, Fine Gael TD Charlie Flanagan has said. Deputy Flanagan was speaking after Allied Irish...

Action finally on the way to deal with ‘disgusting eyesore’ in...

Action is finally set to be taken to tackle a 'disgusting eyesore' that has blighted the centre of a Laois town for many years. The...

Laois bank forced to close following suspected Covid-19 outbreak

A Laois bank has been forced to close temporarily following a suspected Covid-19 outbreak among staff members. AIB in Lyster Square in Portlaoise has been...

Laois photographer features in charity photobook depicting GAA response to Covid-19...

AIB recently launched The Toughest Season photobook and a Laois man's photos feature. The book is a pictorial account of how hurling, football and camogie...

‘Eyesore’ in Laois town ‘would not be tolerated anywhere else in...

The issue of derelict building that has been described as 'an eyesore that would not be tolerated anywhere else in the county' has come...

Laois people spending more on clothes, takeaways and hardware as economy...

Laois people are spending more on clothes, takeaways, fast food and hardware now than at the same period last year - a report by...

AIB branches in Laois come together to support seven local charities

AIB branches in Laois have come together to support seven local charities and help provide direct funds to local community efforts. €200,000 has been made...

Generational change as ‘marked difference’ in social housing needs explains leading...

There is a "marked difference from a previous generation" in terms of social housing needs, according to Donal Brennan, Director of Services in Laois...

Middle of next decade before housing market settles, says AIB economist

A senior economist with AIB believes it will be the middle of the next decade before the housing market settles. John Fahey, a senior economist...

Ronnie Culliton: Be careful with your money as bank shares are...

So AIB is going to be refloated on to the Stock Market, having been majority owned by the Irish Government for the last seven years...
Referee Maurice Deegan will be heading to Australia next month to referee the International Rules

Deegan will be the man in the middle on St Patrick’s...

Stradbally referee Maurice Deegan will referee the AIB All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship Final between Dr Crokes and Slaughtneil on St Patrick's Day. This is...