Provident Doorstep Moneylenders to leave Ireland

Following the announcement that Provident Financial, the largest moneylender in the Irish market, is to close its Irish and UK doorstep lending divisions, the Irish League of Credit Unions (ILCU) is taking the opportunity to remind people that credit unions provide affordable, ethical loans to those most in need and, as regulated financial bodies, are […]

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Your Ultimate Guide to…Wall Insulation

As part of The Irish League of Credit Unions’ House2GreenerHome content series, they’re wall to wall with wall insulation. Check out their ultimate guide below. When it comes to heating our homes, we can often be concerned about a draught under the door or perhaps heat escaping up the chimney and while these are certainly […]

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Is a heat pump the right option for your home?

House2GreenerHome: Your Complete Guide for Energy Efficient Home Improvements from The Irish League of Credit Unions. When it comes to making home energy efficient upgrades, it can be hard to know where to start. With many new homes coming with heat pump technology rather than conventional heating systems, many householders will be considering if this […]

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4 Reasons your Home is Cold and how to fix them

House2GreenerHome – Your Complete Guide to Energy Efficient Home Improvements  As part of The Irish League of Credit Unions’ House2GreenerHome series, where they’ll be providing guidance on improving the warmth and energy efficiency of your home, they asked Roisin Murphy, architect and interior designer and presenter of RTE’s Home Rescue – who told them about four of the most common […]

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House2Greener Home

Your Complete Guide to Energy Efficient Home Improvements When it comes to Irish homes, it’s fair to say that many of us are living in homes that are draughty, cold and cost a small fortune to heat. At the first sign of a cold snap, we have to turn the heating up full whack or get a hot water […]

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Out with the Old, In with the New

Our old credit union app is being decommissioned by the end of May 2021, so it is important to download the new cuMobile App from your app store. What will happen if you do not have the new App installed?   The old cuAnywhere app will be removed from the app stores from May 31st 2021 […]

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CU Greener Homes

CU Greener Homes

Motivated by comfort and warmth as well as energy savings, homeowners across Ireland are looking to invest in home improvements in 2021. In order to help people to upgrade their homes, St. Canice’s Credit Union in conjunction with Energia and House 2 Home, has launched the CU Greener Homes scheme, a one-stop solution for home […]

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Margo Moran

Margo Moran

All at St. Canice’s Credit Union were deeply saddened to hear on, Tuesday, 13th April, of the death of Margo Moran. Margo was a member of the Board of Dunnamaggin Credit Union and when it merged with St. Canice’s in 2011, Margo joined the Board of St. Canice’s Credit Union, where she served in many […]

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Government extends Credit Guarantee Scheme to end of year.

The Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar TD, Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe TD and the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Charlie McConalogue TD today announced that the €2bn Credit Guarantee Scheme will be extended and will remain open for applications until the end of the year. The Credit […]

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Transition Year Photography Competition 2021

We are excited to sponsor the 2021 Kilkenny Photographic Society’s 11th Annual Transition Year Photography Competition. This year’s theme is quite loose.  Judges will be looking for entries capturing any of the following: Inspiration | Happiness | Simple Beauty | Positivity With some great prizes up for grabs including a Sony Cyber Shot DSC-WX350 Digital […]

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