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Galway mayor, Labour city councillor, and the party's Galway West General Election candidate, Níall McNelis, grabbed national headlines early this week, intervening to prevent an assault in the city centre. Yet Galwegians will not have been surprised by his instinct to 'step up' when witnessing someone in need.
Introducing a cost rental scheme for Galway would "protect renters and deliver a below market rate housing in the city", especially as the private market is "not fulfilling the needs of renters".
Property: The Harbour Masters House, Shannon Harbour, Banagher
May has arrived and Galway is still experiencing dreadful bouts of rain, wind, and cold.
The price of the average three bed semi in Mayo has risen 3.5 per cent to €148,000 in the last three months, according to a national survey carried out by Real Estate Alliance. The REA Average House Price Survey concentrates on the actual sale price of Ireland's typical stock home, the three bed semi, giving an up-to-date picture of the property market in towns and cities countrywide to the close of last week.
Questions of labour, and its conditions, are moving into the centre of the political discussion again, driven by the rise of the so-called 'gig economy' - the notion that the sort of 'side-gig' job, long being used by many to supplement regular incomes, might instead become a mainstay of the economy.
Don Colleran's next auction, which takes place on Thursday December 8 at 3pm in Victoria Hotel, Eyre Square, will include a number of attractive properties within walking distance of Eyre Square.
Last Thursday the Galway Advertiser and the PorterShed teamed up to host a screening of the new documentary Design Disruptors, which examines the role of design in disrupting some of the world’s biggest industries.
The Portershed and advertiser.ie have come together to bring the much-anticipated documentary Design Disruptors to Galway.
Organisers of Galway's 2020 Capital of Culture celebrations are appealing to homeowners across the city and county to open their houses to visitors when the time comes. The housing scheme which is being labelled Tar Isteach - the Irish for come in - is aimed at promoting a cultural exchange between Galwegians and visitors from across the world.