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The Corrib Hosiery Factory

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This factory was situated in Newtownsmith in a tall building that later became part of the ESB complex. It was quite a big employer of the day in the city, employing mostly young girls and women.

Sickeen/Suckeen

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According to O’Donovan’s Ordnance Survey Letters from 1839, “Suckine is now pronounced Suicín, which is, out of satirical humour frequently called Suicín na Mallacht, that is “Sickeen of the Imprecations or Curses”. It is written Sickeen Dyke in the Name Book and described as lying where the road from Galway to Menlo crosses the flooded land at Coolagh.”

Sickeen/Suckeen

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Sickeen/Suckeen

Prime city residential landbank for sale with O’Donnellan & Joyce

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O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale this prime city development opportunity consisting of circa 5.38 acres of zoned residential lands. The lands are located in the high density townland of Terryland which is situated just 1km from Galway city centre.

Galway FA U18s reach Youth Inter League decider

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Ollie Neary and Damien Brennan's Galway FA U18 team will contest the FAI Youth Inter League final against Cork at Eamonn Deacy Park at the end of this month.

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City will need 4,433 houses built by end of the decade

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Galway city will need 4,433 houses by 2028, and of these 1,575 will need to be social housing and 903 will have to be affordable housing, if the city is to seriously tackle the growing local authority waiting list.

Popular Nugent embarking on London adventure

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On January 10 Galway United’s players and coaching staff reported for pre-season training in Drom. There was one notable absentee with Maurice Nugent embarking on a new journey to work in London.

No joy for Galway in IBAL litter survey

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Galway city needs to look at its litter management plan if it is to reverse the trend that has this week seen it lose its Clean City status in the latest IBAL anti-litter league.

No joy for Galway in IBAL litter survey

by Declan Varley

 

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