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This weekend will see female scientists bring their research to the masses at the second annual Soapbox Science event in the city.
O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale this magnificent 11 bedroom detached residence in a prime location in Salthill, Galway. This property offers luxurious living at a luxury address, just a stone's throw from Salthill Promenade with its magnificent beaches. Property in this area rarely comes to the market and this is a unique opportunity to acquire a true home of distinction in a magnificent location.
For home buyers looking for something truly special in one of Galway's most desirable residential areas, then a viewing of 48 Dr Mannix Road is a must.
Westport and Knock are to become free public wi-fi zones thanks to a unique initiative which will give locals and tourists in seven tourism centres across Ireland unlimited access to broadband speeds of up to 100mps.
Galway buskers will gather in force at the Spanish Arch this weekend for a "community-wide protest busk" to raise funds to continue the "battle to beat" what the community calls the "restrictive and prohibitive busking bye-laws".
Mayor of Galway Pearce Flannery has hit out at the amount of disinformation regarding the Council decision on busking and performance byelaws which were passed at Monday’s meeting of the City Council.
“A sad and very damaging day for our city” is how councillor Mike Cubbard has described the introduction of bye-laws that will curtail and reduce the ability of buskers to perform in Galway city centre.
"A sad and very damaging day for our city" is how councillor Mike Cubbard has described the introduction of bye-laws that will curtail and reduce the ability of buskers to perform in Galway city centre.
FOUR NEW books will be launched at the next Over The Edge Writers’ Gathering - poetry collections by Stephanie Conn, Robyn Rowland, and Kate Ennals, and a new short story collection from Rosemary Jenkinson.
There was a time when The Spanish Arch was a car park and there was nothing much on Middle Street except the Augi. That was when BT was still Moon's and Nora Barnacle's house was just another house, before Westside was called Westside and there was nothing Latin about the Latin Quarter — that was the time Salthill was the undisputed centre of all nightlife in the west of Ireland. While those days are long gone, Salthill seems to be reinventing itself once more.