Ballynantybeg Post Office to re-open for business on June 2nd

first_imgWhatsApp AN Post has confirmed that the Ballynantybeg Post Office, which has been temporarily closed since April 28, will now re-open for business on Tuesday June 2. The post office will operate at a new premises located at Unit 7, Watch House Cross Shopping Centre on Parteen Road. In the interim customers will continue to be catered for at Caherdavin Post Office. An spokesman for An Post commented, “We are delighted to have been able to restore our regular service to the people of Ballynantybeg and Moyross so speedily.” WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Email Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TAGSan postBallynantybeglimerickMoyrossWatch House Cross Previous articleSinn Féin launch ‘Yes 2 Equality’ campaign in LimerickNext articleWestFest organisers seek council funding Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie NewsLocal NewsBallynantybeg Post Office to re-open for business on June 2ndBy Alan Jacques – May 15, 2015 737 Printcenter_img Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Linkedin Twitter Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Vanishing Ireland podcast documenting interviews with people over 70’s, looking for volunteers to share their stories Advertisement Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed livelast_img read more

Does your overdraft program treat account holders like people . . . or data points?

first_imgImagine you drive 15 miles to work every morning, to a job that demands you be on time, every time. You have two freeway options: one with a speed limit that remains constant at 65 mph, or another with a varying speed limit that can be 25 mph one day, 80 mph the next, or anywhere in between. Which road is more dependable? Which road would you choose to take?That’s how I describe the difference between a fully disclosed, transparent overdraft program with fixed limits, versus an overdraft program with variable limits, set for each account holder by a matrix of data. The former, a steady and reliable option that gets you where you need to be; and the latter, an unpredictable route that can end up leaving you frustrated and in a lurch.There’s a lot of spin surrounding matrix-based overdraft programs, and it seems pretty convincing on the surface. But what’s hiding behind these “services,” and do these models actually provide a disservice?What is your definition of a “managed” overdraft program?I’ve heard both matrix-based and fully disclosed overdraft programs described as “managed.” Which defines that term better? continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Berry and Christine win through nail-biting finishes

first_img18 May 2017 Berry and Christine win through nail-biting finishes Past winner Caroline Berry and former British senior champion Felicity Christine came through nailbiters to make their way into the last eight at the English senior women’s championship at South Staffordshire. Both games went into extra time, with Berry (image © Leaderboard Photography)  defeating defending champion Cath Rawthore on the 19th. Christine went to the 21st before ending the challenge of host club member Annette Deeley. Rawthore birdied the 18th to extend her game, but she took three from the edge of the 19th green which ended her challenge. Behind them, Deeley was battling back from two down after 15, encouraged by a crowd of club supporters. She won the 16th and also birdied the 18th to get back on level terms with Christine. The pair halved the 19th and 20th in par before the match ended on the 21st, where Christine holed a treacherous downhill four-foot putt to win. At the other end of the spectrum, Aileen Greenfield beat Sandy Catford 7/6, while Lulu Housman defeated Janet Melville 6/5. In the other games Jo Shorrocks beat Nicola Tebbutt 4/2, Julie Brown beat Lindsey Shaw 4/3, Jackie Foster beat Julia Gallagher 4/3 and Fiona Edmond beat Helen Lowe 2/1. In this afternoon’s matches: Caroline Berry (Bromborough, Cheshire) plays Jo Shorrocks (Bigbury, Devon) Julie Brown (Trentham, Staffordshire) plays Aileen Greenfield (Pyecombe, Sussex) Lulu Housman (Wyke Green, Middlesex) plays Felicity Christine (Woking, Surrey), Jackie Foster (Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire) plays Fiona Edmond (Ipswich, Suffolk) Click here for full scoreslast_img read more