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Something for everyone at Colleran’s next auction

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Whether you are trading up or downsizing, a first time buyer or investor, there is certainly something for you in Colleran's next auction on October 19. Final open viewings will take place this Saturday in Bohermore, The Claddagh, and Knocknacarra, and with prices starting from €130,000 for a two bedroom city centre house, there is something for everyone.

Price sensitive for first time buyer

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Not everyone will want a semidetached suburban home, and Long Meadow is the perfect option for those seeking a convenient detached house at a great starter price.

Our pitch gives us identity — Inishbofin GAA features in latest Guinness tv advertising campaign

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As the 2017 GAA All-Ireland Senior Championships enter the final stages, GUINNESS has launched its latest TV advertising campaign , ‘Behind Every Great Town’ featuring Inishbofin native Simon Murray. The captivating 30-second film celebrates the every day GAA volunteers, who willingly give their time in communities across Ireland all year round.

Athlone retailers named among top 100 stores in Ireland

Athlone businesses Pat McDonnell Paints and Søstrene Grene have both been named among the top 100 retail stores in the country by Retail Excellence Ireland.

Continued success at Colleran’s auction

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The shortage of quality properties being offered for sale in and around Galway city was highlighted once again last week with standing room only at Don Colleran’s auction.

The Ray D’Arcy Show comes to Athlone with SuperValu's 'Let's Get Ireland Cooking' campaign

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SuperValu’s ‘Let’s Get Ireland Cooking’ campaign, the initiative which focuses on encouraging Irish people to cook healthier meals from scratch more often, is hitting the road this summer with RTE’s The Ray D’Arcy Show, as it continues its mission to help build a healthier, happier nation.

The benefits of buying local

The grocery sector has been undergoing significant change in recent years. Apart from the challenging economic environment that has no doubt put considerable pressure on consumer spending and food retail, there has also been a significant change in the structure of the grocery sector in terms of participants. While the German chains gained a significant foothold, community based owner-operated local grocery, convenience shops, and supermarkets are correctly regarded as the economic and social mainstay of rural towns and villages and as such play an important role in larger urban areas. Locally owned grocery and convenience shops are a key part of the social fabric of Irish communities, and make a strong social and economic contribution to communities and economies, much more so than foreign owned multiples.

Consumers hit with price increases when booking holidays online

The European Consumer Centre Network (ECC-Net) has called for consumers to be aware that when they are booking holidays online the initial price indicated is not always the final price, and to take measures to avoid surprises.

First time buyers avail of Help to Buy scheme in new development

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Ashthorn Avenue, located in Headford, Co Galway, is a new development of spacious four bedroom, semidetached, homes. Representing excellent value for money, these energy efficient A-rated homes are both stylish and modern, yet at a price point that will not break the bank. Since launching to the market last month by joint selling agents, DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard and Gerry Mullin auctioneers, Ashthorn Avenue has garnered much interest, while the fully furnished show house has been described as “just beautiful” and “absolutely perfect” by viewers.

Auction of rare books, literature, manuscripts, and sporting collectibles makes €380,000

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Fonsie Mealy auctioneers conducted a busy sale of more than 800 lots in Dublin on May 30. There was huge interest in the unique and interesting items on offer. Some of the west of Ireland related lots that sold for over twice their estimate were the the original door knocker from Galway Gaol (lot 529), described as a heavy cast iron door knocker modelled as a hand grabbing a wreath with lions mounted by Kerricks & Son on a mahogany frame, by tradition reputed to have been removed as a memento from Galway Gaol while being released from detention by Brian Corrigan, of Owenduff, Achill, West Mayo. The knocker realised €1,700, four times its pre-sale estimate.

 

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