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O’Donnellan & Joyce brings two gilt edged commercial and residential investment properties to the market
According to Colm O’Donnellan of O Donnellan & Joyce purchasers who are looking to buy quality property investments will be interested in these two gilt edged commercial and residential properties, which have been just brought to the market by O Donnellan & Joyce.
COURT ROOMS are not associated with musical concerts - unless there was a fall-out between artist and promoter - but they are places of performance and controversy.
THEATRE IS a major part of this year’s Galway Fringe Festival, with more than 30 productions from some of Ireland’s finest theatre practitioners.
The midwife manager on St Monica's Ward at University Hospital Galway has confirmed that it was she who told Savita Halappanavar that her pregnancy could not be terminated because Ireland was a "Catholic country" but added that was not meant in a hurtful context.
An HSE report, which found a medical team lacked full understanding of Ireland’s abortion laws placing an overemphasis on the unviable foetus and an underemphasis on the deteriorating health of the mother, has been criticised by Savita Halappanvar’s husband for failing to fully explain why his wife died at University Hospital Galway last October.
A 21-year-old Connemara man, who violently attacked a taxi by smashing the car window with a wheel brace and putting the driver and the juvenile passengers in fear, has been remanded on continuing bail to allow time for compensation to be gathered and for the preparation of reports.
The defamation case between a Galway businessman and a city councillor resulted in a settlement being reached at Galway courthouse yesterday.
A Galway woman who after receiving a sentence at Galway District Court last year lashed out at gardai assaulting and threatening to kill a number of officers, even resorting to biting one garda breaking his skin, was sentenced to serve a total of eight months in jail as well as receiving a six months suspended sentence with strict conditions that she address her alcohol problems.
A charity art exhibition in aid of local heart and stroke charity Croí is set to take place in Galway Courthouse from June 14 to 16.
The aggression and violence shown in court towards members of the gardai, the judiciary, and solicitors is on the rise, according to a district court judge who said she has seen more “viciousness” in the last few months than in all her 17 years on the bench.