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Tight lines — good news for anglers as 18 Galway projects get funding boost

Sean Kyne TD, Minister with responsibility for the Inland Fisheries Sector, has this week announced that 18 angling development projects in the Galway region have been awarded funding of some €275,000 by Inland Fisheries Ireland to improve angling access in the area. The Minister made the announcement while visiting ongoing river enhancement projects on the Grange River, a major tributary of the Clare River that runs through counties Galway, Mayo and Roscommon. The works have been made possible by a unique collaboration between Inland Fisheries Ireland, the Office of Public Works (OPW), Cairde na Chláir and the Clydagh Foundation.

Lovely three bed in Corrib Park

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John Quinn has just received instructions to handle the sale of No 82 Corrib Park, Newcastle. The property which is in walk-in condition, is situated within walking distance of the university and hospital, local shops, schools, church, shopping centre, and library, and is very handy for the city centre and Salthill.

Get the Galway Safe App on your phone and enjoy Galway safely

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In a city where vibrancy and energy are at the centre of your average night out, a need has arisen to make the experience a safer one; one that takes cognisance of the many aspects of socialising and the psychological consequences of this.

An action-packed Bank Holiday weekend at the Galway Races

Galway Racecourse will host its final two days of racing for 2017 this Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday.

Sixty five farmed salmon have been caught in five rivers in Mayo and Galway

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Inland Fisheries Ireland can confirmed this week that 65 farmed salmon were caught in rivers in Mayo and Galway, the affected rivers are the Delphi, Erriff, Kylemore/Dawros, Newport and Bunowen. Inland Fisheries Ireland has been monitoring the situation since August.

Lovely three bed in Corrib Park

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John Quinn has just received instructions to handle the sale of No 82 Corrib Park, Newcastle. The property which is in walk-in condition, is situated within walking distance of the university and hospital, local shops, schools, church, shopping centre, and library, and is very handy for the city centre and Salthill.

Cúirt Chéirín, Circular Road — luxury contemporary living in Galway

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O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale phase one of a stunning new development situated in the peaceful surburban area of Circular Road, Galway. Circular Road has long been regarded as one of the most sought after addresses in Galway with the beautiful Lough Corrib to the north, the wild Atlantic Ocean to the south, the vibrant Galway city to the east, and stunning Connemara to the west.

Lovely three bed in Corrib Park

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John Quinn has just received instructions to handle the sale of No 82 Corrib Park, Newcastle. The property which is in walk-in condition, is situated within walking distance of the university and hospital, local shops, schools, church, shopping centre, and library, and is very handy for the city centre and Salthill.

Charming mid-terrace two storey family home in Newcastle

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No 224 Corrib Park is a mid-terrace two storey family home located close to a large communal green, playing pitches, and an amenity area in the popular development of Corrib Park. Built in the mid 1970s this lovely dwelling has been well maintained and cared for over the years and is presented in good decorative order throughout. Corrib Park, Newcastle, is a popular and well located development close to NUIG, UHG, and Galway city centre.

Lovely three bed in Corrib Park

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John Quinn has just received instructions to handle the sale of No 82 Corrib Park, Newcastle. The property which is in walk-in condition, is situated within walking distance of the university and hospital, local shops, schools, church, shopping centre, and library, and is very handy for the city centre and Salthill.

 

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