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Saturday 23 September, 2017

Opinion: 'I am a Bank of Ireland customer, one who automatically clicked 'Gaeilge''
# Bank Of Ireland's Atms
# Bank Of Ireland's Atms

Opinion: 'I am a Bank of Ireland customer, one who automatically clicked 'Gaeilge''

Sep 23rd 2017, 8:30 AM 26,151 Views 153 Comments

If someone doesn’t want our business, that’s fine. But don’t tell us we don’t deserve to be accommodated, writes Peadar Ó Caomhánaigh.

Sunday 5 March, 2017

Column: 'We speak Irish, but we’re pretty normal. We’re not Nazis. We’re not leprechauns'
# Seachtain Na Gaeilge
# Seachtain Na Gaeilge

Column: 'We speak Irish, but we’re pretty normal. We’re not Nazis. We’re not leprechauns'

Mar 5th 2017, 8:45 AM 5,314 Views 66 Comments

The Irish language is part of me and it’s something that’s worth keeping, writes Peadar Ó Caomhánaigh.

Friday 16 August, 2013

Column: I hope I hold on to my health – I don’t think I can afford to get sick
# Opinion
# Opinion

Column: I hope I hold on to my health – I don’t think I can afford to get sick

Aug 16th 2013, 7:30 PM 57 Views 79 Comments

With the number of older people in consistent poverty doubling over just one year, pensioner Gordon* explains what daily life is like for him – and how he fears for the future.

Friday 24 May, 2013

Column: Without planning the dream of retirement can turn into a nightmare
# Opinion
# Opinion

Column: Without planning the dream of retirement can turn into a nightmare

May 24th 2013, 7:00 AM 209 Views 32 Comments

You may have planned your finances down to the last cent – but have you considered the psychological impact of never going to work again? It’s harder to adjust than you might think, writes …

Thursday 22 November, 2012

Column: Why force people to retire at 65, or any age?
# Opinion
# Opinion

Column: Why force people to retire at 65, or any age?

Nov 22nd 2012, 7:00 AM 1,287 Views 36 Comments

Scrapping mandatory retirement means people can contribute to the economy – and their pensions – for as long as they wish, writes Peter Kavanagh.