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A taste of Italy with a Galway accent

Eglinton Street has many long serving restaurants to choose from, such as Maxwells and the Cellar Bar. Newer, more exotic, places such as Tomodachi Sushi Bar have lately increased the wealth of choice in the area. Zappi's, set in the sizable building that you may remember as Decobakes, is the newest of these dining options. Gone are the overpriced fondant icing and cupcake wrappers, in their place neat, red, banquette seating and blonde wood tables topped with terracotta pots of basil. This casual diner serves a wide range of traditional dishes, specialising in pizza, pasta, gelato, and classic Italian wines. Zappi's is a pleasant surprise and you get much more than you expect, many of the staff are Italian, further adding to the authentic vibe.

Magnificent Kingston home offers luxury in an ideal location

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O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers, along with joint agent Glendale Properties Limited, is offering for sale by private treaty a stunning four bed detached family home. This is a very impressive residence located in a small enclave of superior detached homes in one of Galway's most established and sought after areas, just off the Kingston Road. Properties in this area rarely come to the market and this is one of the finest and most attractive family homes to come to the market for some time.

Humble Works for Humble People

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Our illustration today is of the inner part of Galway Bay and shows the piers and harbours therein. It is one of the images in a new book entitled Humble Works for Humble People written by Noel Wilkins, a retired professor of zoology who has a number of titles to his name already, many of them dealing with County Galway. This book explores the history of the fishery piers and harbours of County Galway and north Clare. It is a scholarly but eminently readable testament to these piers as feats of engineering, but it also gives us a wonderful account of the human aspect that shadowed their construction, and finally it describes beautifully the maritime activities that gave life to the west coast — kelp making, fishing, turf distribution, and sea-borne trade.

Watch the sun go down on Galway Bay

Mullery auctioneers is currently offering for sale a spacious two bedroom first floor apartment with excellent views over Galway Golf Club and Galway Bay and situated in the exclusive and highly regarded Dun na Carraige development in Salthill.

Spacious four bed in Dun na Carraige

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O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a stunning four bedroom family residence located in the much sought after development of Dun Na Carraige, Blackrock, Salthill, Galway. Constructed by premier builder O'Malley Construction, the complex comprises a mixture of luxury three and four bedroom apartments and family homes, and beautiful mature green areas with stunning lawns and shrubberies found throughout.

While Europe prepares for war, Galway dances the Lindy Hop!

Charles Lindberg made his famous non-stop flight from the US to Europe in May 1927. A young pilot of 25 years, he flew from New York to Paris, on a plane christened The Spirit of St Louis, and his achievement was celebrated across the world. Even on the dance floor!

Stunning four bed in Salthill

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O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a stunning four bedroom family residence in the much sought after development of Dun Na Carraige, Blackrock, Salthill. Constructed by premier builder O'Malley Construction, the complex comprises a mixture of luxury three and four bedroom apartments and family homes, with beautiful mature green areas with superb lawns and shrubberies found throughout.

Government must deal with Setanta collapse fall-out, says Murphy

Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon-Galway, Eugene Murphy has called on the Government to do more to protect Setanta Insurance policy holders who are now been held responsible for up to 35 per cent of the cost of claims despite been fully insured at the time of an incident.

Murphy claims winner for Wegians

A 91st minute try from Brian Murphy ensured a 26-22 first home win for Galwegians in the Ulster Bank League division 2A over Blackrock College on Saturday.

Galwegians host Blackrock

Galwegians RFC have much to work on before taking on a winless Blackrock College at Crowley Park this Saturday (2.30pm).

 

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