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John Quinn has just received instructions to offer for sale No 226 Ros Caoin, Roscam, a detached residence in pristine condition throughout.
Winters Property Management is offering to the market No 35 Coill Tire for sale by private treaty. No 35 is a bright, spacious, four bedroom semidetached house.
O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a three bedroom mid-terrace family residence situated in Garran Ard on the Doughiska Road.
TWM brings to the market Inse Beag, Doughiska, Galway, a multi-property investment opportunity which is producing a gross rental income of €240,000 per annum.
O’Donnellan & Joyce is kicking off the auction season with its spring auction tomorrow, March 4, at 2pm in the Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road. Approximately 50 properties with a value of almost €6 million will go under the hammer in the Wild Atlantic Way auction, with properties from Donegal to Kerry and primarily Galway city for sale.
NUI Galway recently announced that the Galway Clinic will now be recognised as an affiliated teaching hospital of the University. The partnership between both institutions will offer clinical placement opportunities to final year Medical Students in the Galway Clinic as part of their final year Training Programme at NUI Galway. Student nurses from the University currently fulfil part of their degree course training in the Galway Clinic.
AND THEY Flew IV, the annual exhibition by students of Galway artist Denise Hogan, opens in the Renzo Café, Eyre Street, this Saturday at 7.30pm and runs until January 10.
Sherry FitzGerald welcomes No 203 Ros Caoin, Roscam, to the market for sale by private treaty. This is an impressive four bedroom detached property overlooking a communal green in Ros Caoin, a quality housing development built by O'Malley Construction in 2003.
COPE Galway, a local charity providing social services in the city and county, has launched the annual COPE Galway Sleep Out where 25 of Galway’s business and community leaders will spend 12 hours on the streets of Galway to raise funds and awareness for local homelessness services.
The HSE recruitment embargo of 2009 meant zero jobs for 1,500 nurses graduating in Ireland each year. They were instead forced to go overseas for jobs and further training. Top destinations in 2014/2015 have been the UK, Australia, USA and UAE (in particular, Dubai). The current nursing crisis is creating a high demand for nursing staff, in particular, those with additional specialised or sub-specialised training. The call is out. Nurses come home.