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Unique historic Galway city investment opportunity

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Colleran auctioneers has just been favoured with the sale of one of Galway’s landmark properties, Spires House, Shantalla Road, Galway. Due to its size and location close to University Hospital Galway and just a short stroll from University of Galway it will immediately appeal to anyone looking for an investment, especially builders looking for a development opportunity.

Galway-based company among first in Ireland to receive prestigious global environment and social responsibility certification

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Award-winning Connemara-based outdoor adventure centre, Killary Adventure Company, has secured prestigious global environment and social responsibility certification, reflecting its commitment to sustainability and responsible business practices.

A profound commitment to giving voice to minorities

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Harp extravaganza in An Taibhdhearc

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Join Cruit Éireann|Harp Ireland for Happy Birthday, Mary O’Hara in Taidhbhearc na Gaillimhe on Sunday, May 12, at 7pm. Celebrate renowned harpist Mary O’Hara’s birthday with the release of Voices and Harps IV, Moya Brennan and Cormac de Barra’s latest album.

Multiple sclerosis - the 'gift that kept on taking'

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Before John Burke* got married in September 1992, a number of people asked him if his wedding was still going ahead and if he realised what he might be "taking on"?

The end of an era

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The Ó Máille family originally came from Portacarron near Oughterard which accounted for their Irish speaking background. Their landlord, Mrs Annie Nolan evicted them from their holding and they spent a number of years in temporary accommodation. When Mrs Nolan’s son wanted to run in an election, Isaac Butt, the Irish Parliamentary Party leader stipulated that his nomination would not be ratified until such time as his mother reinstated her evicted tenants and so the Ó Máille family were awarded a fine farm holding in Brackloon in the parish of Corofin, east of the Corrib.

The end of an era

The Ó Máille family originally came from Portacarron near Oughterard which accounted for their Irish speaking background. Their landlord, Mrs Annie Nolan evicted them from their holding and they spent a number of years in temporary accommodation. When Mrs Nolan’s son wanted to run in an election, Isaac Butt, the Irish Parliamentary Party leader stipulated that his nomination would not be ratified until such time as his mother reinstated her evicted tenants and so the Ó Máille family were awarded a fine farm holding in Brackloon in the parish of Corofin, east of the Corrib.

Commendable team performance as Buccaneers conclude AIL campaign

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The Atlanta Hotel

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Joseph Owens lived in Glenamaddy with his wife, who was born Annie M Tuohy. They had three children, Dick, Mary, and her twin Joseph (born February 4, 1912), who was known to one and all as Josie. The father died very young. Annie remarried, this time to a man named Doorly, and in 1922, the family bought a four-bay four-storey early 19th century house in Lower Dominick Street from Nora O’Donnell and moved to Galway. Annie was a busy woman, she opened a drapery shop where she designed clothes, made them and sold them in her shop, and she kept lodgers upstairs, all as she was rearing her children.

Record level of women in emergency accommodation in west

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A record 180 women are living in emergency accommodation across Galway and the west, Galway Simon said on the eve of International Women’s Day.

 

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