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Sherry FitzGerald is offering Apartment No 2 Maunsells Court, 20 Maunsells Road, to the market for sale by private treaty.
Roscommon set up a July 9 Connacht SFC final against Galway after defeating Leitrim at Dr Hyde Park last Sunday.
GALWAY CATHEDRAL'S annual international summer concert series returns next month with performances by Paul Kieffer; The Choir of St Paul’s College, Hong Kong; Ansgar Wallenhorst; and an array of Galway talent.
When a teacher stands in front of their class, they know that they are like an arms dealer, passing on the most powerful weapon in the world — the weapons of knowledge and education. Education is what remains in your mind long after you have left behind your schooldays. Its role is to replace an empty mind with an open one. It is that process that continues throughout life in the race to become a better person. And when you see a class of young students enforcing change, it is most refreshing in this age of cynicism.
On the instructions of the current owner, O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale by private treaty a stunning and unique five bed detached family home on a mature elevated site in one of Galway’s most established and sought after areas. The views afforded by the elevated site are among the most spectacular vistas overlooking Galway Golf Club, Galway Bay, the Clare hills, the surrounding coastline, and as far west as the Aran Islands.
Record prices were achieved for Galway city properties in a packed auction room with more than 500 people in attendance. The Harbour Hotel on New Dock Road was full to capacity on Thursday morning for O’Donnellan & Joyce’s third auction of the year. There were 65 lots for sale on the day including properties in Donegal, Sligo, Leitrim, Mayo, Galway, Clare, Limerick, Roscommon, Longford, Kerry, Laois, Cork, and Offaly.
Apart from overcrowding and disease, the biggest problem in many of the workhouses was the behaviour of young women. The women, who perhaps had been brought there as children, were now adolescent, many of them unruly and wild. They tended to be the most troublesome, involved in fighting and, on occasions, rioting. Their behaviour resulted from boredom. While males could be employed breaking stones, or farm work, there were not enough jobs for females, and no effort made to educate them or train them in any skill. By June 1850 in the Mountbellew workhouse, Co Galway, females made up 60 per cent of the inmate population. Three hundred and eighty two were adult; while 199 were aged between nine and 15 years.
June 16, 1957, was a blistering hot day, a day of celebration for the Galway GAA fraternity. It was the day the president of the GAA , Seamus McFerran, officially opened the Pearse Stadium in Rockbarton.
A major fundraising event will take place later this month to raise vital cash to finance the work of a children’s cancer care specialist in Tanzania.