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Time flies, as the saying goes, however this summer truly has flown and it is hard to believe that schoolbags are packed, lunch boxes at the ready, and uniforms are ironed and ready to go. In keeping with these annual rituals, the auction team at DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard have commenced their own ritual and are gearing up for their September auction, which will see the Galway city based firm bring more than 20 properties to the market. Featuring a wide variety of properties ranging from investment opportunities to family homes, this auction sees DNG taking to the road also and incorporates properties all along the western seaboard in Clare, Mayo, and Donegal.
This week sees one of the west of Ireland’s leading property experts DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard launch the final auction in its summer series of auctions, to be held in the Radisson Blu Hotel on Thursday July 21. The Galway city based firm has been leading the way recently, with its most recent auction in June providing a remarkable 95 per cent sales success rate – the highest anywhere in the country.
A flower laying ceremony will be held at the Magdalene graves in Bohermore cemetery on Sunday at 3pm. This is part of the national Flowers for Magdalene’s event, which will see flowers being laid on Magdalene graves in cities and towns throughout the country that were home to Magdalene Laundries.
O’Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a magnificent refurbished three bedroom family home located close to Galway city centre at Liam Mellows Terrace, Bohermore. This is a rare opportunity to acquire one of the most attractive houses to come to the market in recent times. The property is just moments from Eyre Square and all the amenities the city centre has to offer.
NRG Health & Fitness Club in Bohermore, Galway are organising their second charity Indoor Relay Triathlon on Friday March 13. Teams of three will take part in relay with one person to swim, one to cycle and one to run simultaneously.
The current number of housing staff in the Galway City Council is at “crisis level which is having a serious domino effect on the lives of thousands of people across Galway city”.
John Quinn is currently offering an excellent terraced residence at No 174 Bohermore. This home, which is within walking distance of the city centre, offers a very spacious interior with oil heating and large gardens to the rear.
The importance of location has been highlighted once again as property prices within Galway city centre have increased by as much 20 per cent over the last six months, while other parts of the country have remained static.
In any war propaganda is a useful weapon. In World War II both the Allies, and the combined Axis powers used broadcasting, leaflet dropping, false information contained in dead men’s briefcases, diaries, fake military manoeuvres, or through clever counter espionage, to discourage and demoralise the enemy. There were many spectacular successes; but the one that really annoyed the British was the voice of William Joyce, broadcasting almost nightly from Reichssender Hamburg radio. He became known as Lord Haw Haw, a much hated figure.
Irish mutual insurer, IPB Insurance, has recently announced that 15 Galway-based community groups are among the recipients of their Youth and Community Fund.