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  • Advice in Ireland There are a number of organisations in Ireland that provide independent, professional advice.
  • Advice in Northern Ireland There are a number of organisations in Northern Ireland that provide independent, professional advice.
  • Agriculture and food industries training in Ireland Teagasc – the Agriculture and Food Development Authority – is the national body providing integrated research, advisory and training services to the agriculture and food industry and rural communities.
  • Agriculture and food industries training in Northern Ireland The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development has responsibilities in relation to education, training courses for the land-based and food industries and development programmes in Northern Ireland.
  • Bank accounts in Ireland The products available from each banking institution vary greatly, as do their rates of interest, fees and charges so it is important to shop around before opening an account.
  • Bank accounts in Northern Ireland Opening a bank account in Northern Ireland is a relatively simple process. The most important thing you must do is provide the bank with current proof of your identity and your address.
  • Blind Pension in Ireland The Blind Pension is a means tested payment paid to blind and visually impaired people normally living in Ireland.
  • Broadband in Ireland Unlike Northern Ireland which became the first region in Europe to have 100% access to high speed internet, broadband coverage in Ireland still has a long way to go.
  • Broadband in Northern Ireland Every home and business in Northern Ireland can now access a broadband service after millions of pounds were invested improving internet access.
  • Business banking in Ireland The services offered by banks in Ireland differ greatly and so do the fees they charge. Some banks have special teams who deal with business accounts. They also have very useful information for start-up businesses in Ireland.

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