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The Daily Fix: Wednesday

All the news of the day, plus some bits and pieces you may have missed…

50 life-size gorilla sculptures, called 'Wow! Gorillas' are being kept as they await their placement on the streets of Bristol on July 4th to celebrate the birthday of Bristol Zoo.
50 life-size gorilla sculptures, called 'Wow! Gorillas' are being kept as they await their placement on the streets of Bristol on July 4th to celebrate the birthday of Bristol Zoo.
Image: Ben Birchall/PA Wire/Press Association Images

EVERY DAY, TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of all the latest news as well as the bits and pieces that you may have missed.

The Daily Fix: Wednesday
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  • Bank of Ireland AGM

    Shareholder John Murnane from Limerick questioning the board
  • Bank of Ireland AGM

    Shareholder Mark Veale from Dublin wasn't happy either
  • Bank of Ireland AGM

    Pat Gillen from Dublin was pointing fingers
  • Bank of Ireland AGM

    Con Cagney from Naas expressed his anger
  • Bank of Ireland AGM

    "..and another thing.." Shareholder John Murnane from Limerick
  • Bank of Ireland AGM

    CEO Richie Boucher keeps an eye out for more eggs
  • Bank of Ireland AGM

    Shareholder Mary Clarke from Wicklow attacking the board

All images from Photocall Ireland

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