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Alan Donnellan has been robbed of everything, except his speech and head movement, yet he says things could be worse.
Vision Built will represent the Local Enterprise Office Galway at 2015 National Enterprise Awards ceremony at Dublin’s Royal Hospital Kilmainham on Thursday, June 11.
Mullery auctioneers is offering to the market a superb three bedroom semidetached residence situated in the popular Clochog development in Oranmore.
NOËL COWARD’S now classic 1930 comedy of manners, Private Lives, is being staged by Bualadh Bos - Oranmore Music & Drama Group next week.
With reduced energy consumption now more important than ever, the first energy A rated residential development in Galway, has been launched – Gort an Dúin, just off the Maree road in the popular coastal village of Oranmore.
Mullery auctioneers has recently brought to the market an attractive three bedroom residence situated in Clochog in Oranmore. Clochog is a modern and exceptionally well maintained development which is ideally situated within a short walk of the centre of Oranmore and close to a range of amenities including schools, church, shops, pubs, restaurants, and shopping centres.
DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard will hold the final property auctions of 2014 in Ireland.
According to the property price register at the end of August, the number of property sales for both Galway city and county is showing a dramatic increase year on year. The register gives the exact selling price of properties and so is the most accurate record of actual sales that have taken place.
Mullery auctioneers is currently offering for sale a beautiful home situated at Treanlaur, Maree, Oranmore. The sale represents a rare opportunity to acquire a tastefully presented four bedroom bungalow on a stunning site and enjoying a quiet setting in a cul-de-sac adjacent to the sea.
It was a wild, winter’s night. Brian and Luke Comer’s hands were bleeding and they were crying with tiredness and pain. They were being battered from all directions by torrential rain. But they continued to plaster. It was 4am and the teenagers from Glenamaddy, who often worked 17-hour days, knew they had to get the Kerry Co-Op job finished.