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Thieves target Ballinakill house
Situated just minutes from the centre of Galway, Salthill is as much a residential satellite suburb for the city as it is a traditional seaside resort.
BY DECLAN VARLEY
In the Diary of September 22 I asked whether the ‘gallant and humane’ Captain John Wilson of the The Minnie Schiffer, who miraculously snatched from certain death 591 passengers and crew from the burning PS Connaught, ever received the ‘elegant service of plate’ especially commissioned for him from the prestigious Tiffany and Co of Broadway, New York. The plate was paid for by the merchants of New York and Boston ‘in appreciation of his gallant conduct at sea’ on that fateful evening October 8 1860.
Garrycastle emerged convincing 1-17 to 0-10 winners over Castledaly in Saturday’s Westmeath SFC play-off encounter.
A vital weekend beckons in the Westmeath SFC as the race for places in the knockout stages hots up.
Galway-based equipment systems engineering firm, SL Controls, has announced 20 new positions. The company currently employ seven people at their offices at Galway Technology Centre, Wellpark Road, Galway. The new jobs are for qualified equipment systems engineers and graduates to support the company’s growing Irish operations and expansion into Europe.
Holders St Loman's, Mullingar were defeated 1-13 to 0-13 by Tyrrellspass at Cusack Park on Sunday evening.
MyVehicle.ie has released data that reveals that 15 per cent of UK imported cars have a hidden past, with many vehicles having been written off, stolen, or under finance.
In the centre of the city, perched on a bustling one way street, the much loved Park House Hotel gives out good vibes from the moment you enter the door. Located on Forster Street, an area of the city that shows signs of getting a new lease of life and already has a lot of popular, new, eateries within wine-spitting distance, Park House first opened in 1975. This is a hotel with a difference, built on nostalgia. Attentive staff in waistcoats and rooms with warm decor all send out the right messages to arriving guests. The bright, comfortably furnished, lobby, is a pleasure for both business and leisure guests to check in, thanks to the efficiency and helpfulness of friendly receptionists who explain the hotel's amenities and make everyone feel at home. Good food is a highlight of a stay at this pleasant hotel, and it is obviously appreciated by local diners too, as the restaurant and bar tables are likely to be fully occupied most evenings.