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A wide ranging search for a man who went missing in the River Corrib was due to resume in the city this morning. The search, which is now entering its third day, follows reports of a man in the river on Monday morning.
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A wildflower meadow sown in Terryland Forest Park last year will be mown in the traditional manner on Saturday, using scythes and other hand-held implements, and volunteers are invited to go to the meadow and help with the hay-cutting and replanting.
With the good weather set to continue this week, Galway is certainly the place to be with the people and the atmosphere justifying the city’s reputation as one of the most attractive cities to live in. Despite the good weather and uncharacteristic heat, the auction team at DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard have been busy, relentlessly promoting the company's June auctions which take place today, June 9. The team bring 20 lots to the auction floor with something to suit all types of buyer. The Galway city based auction expert is going from strength to strength and looking to continue its unrivalled 92 per cent success rate at auction.
This week finally saw the arrival of the good weather that we have all been craving and it certainly seems to have given everyone a little lift. The auction team in DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard were also busy spreading a bit of summer cheer with the launch of their impressive June auctions last week. This next auction sees 20 lots come to the market with the usual diverse mix of properties, and something to suit all types of buyer. The Galway city based auction expert is going from strength to strength and looking to continue its unrivalled 92 per cent success rate at auction.
Kyne says it is galling that opponents to City Bypass are offering sympathy to communities affected by traffic
Galway West TD and General Election Candidate Seán Kyne has reiterated his support for the Galway City Bypass following a public meeting on the project held last week.
One of Ireland’s great engineering feats in the 19th century was the building of the Galway - Clifden railway. After 30 years of argument as to which was the best route, the first train steamed out of Galway to Oughterard on January 1 1895; and the final section to Clifden was finished by July of that year.