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Letterfrack and the President's trees

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TREES AROUND Áras an Uachtaráin, which were felled by storms, and subsequently gifted by Uachtarán na hÉireann, Michael D Higgins, to Letterfrack GMIT, are now the subject of a new book - See The Wood From The Trees.

O’Donnellan & Joyce to hold largest property auction ever held in west of Ireland

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The team at O’Donnellan & Joyce are busy with final enquiries for their list of more than 70 properties for sale in the company’s next Wild Atlantic Way All day auction which will be held tomorrow, July 21.

Investments at O’Donnellan & Joyce auction

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O’Donnellan & Joyce’s Wild Atlantic Way auction campaign is well under way for the company's fourth auction of 2017. Set for Friday July 21 at 12 noon at the Harbour Hotel, Galway, Colm O’Donnellan has a great selection of properties lined up to go under the hammer on the day. As well as Galway city and county, this month’s auction will include properties in counties Cavan, Mayo, Limerick, Clare, Leitrim, Roscommon, and Sligo with a great selection of private homes, residential and commercial investment properties all along the Wild Atlantic Way.

O’Donnellan & Joyce offers extensive list of family homes for auction

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The team at O’Donnellan & Joyce are busy with final viewings and enquiries for their list of more than 70 properties for sale in the Wild Atlantic Way all day summer auction on Friday July 21. The auction will commence at 12 noon sharp in The Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway, with registration open from 11am. There is also an afternoon session at 3pm with registration open at 2pm.

O’Donnellan & Joyce brings selection of Galway city properties to all-day auction

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ODJ's ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ all-day summer auction, which will be held on Friday July 21, will bring more than 60 properties under the auction hammer.

Future of GMIT campus comes back into the limelight again

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The future of GMIT's Castlebar campus has taken another twist this week as concerns for the future of the campus intensified. Fine Gael senator Michelle Mulherin said that she had been informed that a number of staff and students at the Castlebar campus had been asked to move to the Galway campus, saying: “I am very concerned that between 12 and 15 staff, at GMIT Castlebar have been asked via their union to transfer voluntarily to Galway within three to four weeks. Should they refuse, they will be added to the redeployment panel, and may be asked to transfer to any location within the higher education sector.

Councillors lay out the case to protect GMIT Castlebar campus

It was the one topic that everyone wanted to have their say on and throw their support behind at the March meeting of Mayo County Council. The future of the GMIT campus in Castlebar has been a major topic of discussion around the county in recent weeks and it was no different inside the council chamber. Some 25 councillors spoke on the topic in a debate that lasted well over an hour, and the one strong message coming from all of those who spoke was that everything that could be done to ensure the survival and the future growth of the third level facility in the county would be done.

The rise of a county capital

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It is three years to the month since the signing into law by President Higgins of the Local Government Reform Act 2014. The act abolished Ireland’s 80 town councils as part of a range of measures designed to reform local administration. Three of those town councils operated in the Mayo towns of Ballina, Westport, and in the county capital, Castlebar. The debate continues as to whether the abolition of an entire tier of local government was largely beneficial or harmful. It may take longer than three years for any lasting effects to register themselves.

Councillors lay out the case to protect GMIT Castlebar campus

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It was the one topic that everyone wanted to have their say on and throw their support behind this week at the March meeting of Mayo County Council. The future of the GMIT campus in Castlebar has been a major topic of discussion around the county in recent weeks and it was no different inside the council chamber. Some 25 councillors spoke on the topic in a debate that lasted well over an hour, and the one strong message coming from all of those who spoke was that everything that could be done to ensure the survival and the future growth of the third level facility in the county would be done.

Senator alleges GMIT Castlebar applicants are being told to go to Galway

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A Mayo based senator has alleged this week in the Seanad that potential students who inquire about courses in the GMIT campus in Castlebar are being steered towards the Galway campus if a similar course is on offer there and that the Mayo campus is being "bullied" by its overseeing campus. Fine Gael senator Paddy Burke raised the issue of the future of the Castlebar campus of the institute with the Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton, in the upper house of the Oireachtas as fears for the future of the facility in Castlebar have intesified recently. Those fears were further increased late last week when the head of the Mayo campus Dr Deirdre Garvey stepped down from her position.

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