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For sale by public auction on instructions from the personal representative of the late Edward McHale, Kevin Beirne auctioneers offers for sale property and lands at Bohogue, Manulla, Castlebar. These lands are in one unit and this sale can take place in one or more lots.
O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has been chosen to bring these wonderful properties to the market. This exclusive high quality development has a beautiful secluded location in the vibrant east Galway village of Craughwell.
In conjunction with ‘My Legacy Week 2017’ on this week, local dog rescue charity MADRA asks that you consider leaving a gift to their organisation in your will.
Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon-Galway, Eugene Murphy has called on the Government to do more to protect Setanta Insurance policy holders who are now been held responsible for up to 35 per cent of the cost of claims despite been fully insured at the time of an incident.
APP Kirrane Auctioneering offers the following advice to help you sell your property.
Our illustration today is of the minutes of the inaugural meeting of the Galway city branch of Sinn Féin which was held in Keane’s Hotel, Eyre Square, on February 15, 1907. T Breathnach was in the chair.
I am considering renting out two or three bedrooms in my house to students. I will continue to live in my home. Please advise me of the taxation implications. Can I rent a room in my house and receive tax-free rental income?
ONE OF the all-time great Irish plays, Juno and the Paycock by Sean O’Casey, looks set to thrill Galway audiences from Wednesday June 21 to Sunday 25 in an exciting joint production by Galway Community Theatre and the Town Hall Theatre, under the trusty direction of Andrew Flynn.
I do not know the statistics, but I feel sure that the greatest number of our continental visitors come from France. During the summer you hear and see a lot of French people clutching maps of our small city, wandering about in groups; or lines of young students talking and gesturing happily among themselves, not paying the least attention to their guide. The French are not operatic like the Italians. They share beautiful sounding words; but the face is serious. I feel there is something of Old Europe in the French language.
John Deasy was on one of his regular trips to London. While carrying out his duties as the member of parliament for the constituency of Mayo West, Deasy was a frequent lodger at Mrs Postlethwaite’s boarding house at 75 Warwick Street, Pimlico, where he occupied a back room on the top floor. After a busy weekend, the tired 37-year-old MP returned to his room on the evening of Sunday, 4 June, 1893. One candle burned on the table by his bed, emitting limited light. It being a late hour, Deasy rang the service bell in order to request his supper. He walked on to the landing to meet his familiar servant girl, Ellen Lewis. Lewis was a girl of 16 years of age and by his own account, Deasy had always considered her a virtuous and modest girl. But, whether through boredom or through more corrupt thoughts, Lewis’ angelical qualities had not prevented the married Deasy from flirting with the young maid during previous stays.