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Tribute: John Hume said setting up the first credit union in Northern Ireland was 'the thing I'm proudest of'
One in four adults are living in an unsuitable home but can't afford to move
"A major cause of concern": Shock as liquidator appointed to Rush Credit Union
Over a quarter of credit unions are limited in what they can lend you
Sending a child back to school costs over €1,000
Gardaí investigating €700,000 missing from Dublin credit union
The next step: Charts show financial strain Irish parents face as their child goes to college
Is the Credit Union going to start doing mortgages?
Quiz: Are you smarter than a 12-year-old?
Disposable income on the rise but 1/3 rely on credit card to make ends meet
Largest credit union in the country is not in trouble, RTÉ clarifies
People still joining credit unions, but fewer are taking out loans
Parents provide €421 per month on average to their college-going child
Credit unions are three times more popular than banks
Central Bank given power to pre-approve Credit Union managers
Survey: Just 58% of teenagers expect to find work in Ireland after college
Credit union loans down 10 per cent
Credit Union bill criticised as "anti-democratic"
Four in ten see 'no future for themselves' in Ireland - survey
Report recommends allowing Credit Unions to be recapitalised if needed
Nearly half of all households paying bills late each month