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Galway regains its ‘clean’ rating in latest IBAL litter survey

Galway has shown a noticeable improvement in tackling litter in the final Irish Business Against Litter survey of 2015, published this week. The city was found to be clean to European norms, and ranked joint 25th among 40 towns and cities surveyed.

The century of Irish food to be theme of Galway Food Festival

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The 5th annual Galway Food Festival will take place over the Easter Bank Holiday Weekend from the 24th – 28th March 2016. The theme for this year’s exciting, innovative and delectable food programme is exploring 100 years of Irish Food.

‘It was an attack on freedom’

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As the world continues to try to come to terms with the devastating attacks in Paris last Friday night, a leading member of Galway’s French community has urged her fellow countrymen and women to ‘not let the terrorists win’.

The Athy Doorway

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The Athy family are of great antiquity in Galway. They were originally Anglo-Norman, but on coming here, they quickly became one of the original Tribes. Their estates were mainly in the Oranmore area, they owned the Rinville Estate. They are credited with being the first family to erect a stone building in the city in the 13th century. Castles associated with the family through the years are Ballylee, Carrigín, Glinsk, Castletown, Rinville, Claregalway, Ardmullivan, De Bermingham’s, Aughnanure, and Castledaly.

Prime development opportunity and restaurant investment in Galway city centre

Mullery Auctioneers has been favoured with instructions to sell a prime city centre development opportunity and adjacent restaurant investment at Quay Street and Quay Lane, in what can only be described as a rare jewel in property terms, so infrequently do opportunities of acquiring properties in this location arise.

Sketching in the City of the Tribes

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When you think of plein air painting, Galway may not be the first town that springs to mind. You're more likely to conjure up a sleepy Italian village, or maybe the French Riviera. But, even in November, Galway is perfect for a different type of outdoor painting. The global Urban Sketching movement is all about drawing wherever you are. People all over the world can be seen with their tiny sets of paints, scribbling away in sketchbooks, sketching whatever happens to be in front of them – indoors and out.

Sketching in the City of the Tribes

When you think of plein air painting, Galway may not be the first town that springs to mind. You’re more likely to conjure up a sleepy Italian village, or maybe the French Riviera. But, even in November, Galway is perfect for a different type of outdoor painting. The global Urban Sketching movement is all about drawing wherever you are. People all over the world can be seen with their tiny sets of paints, scribbling away in sketchbooks, sketching whatever happens to be in front of them – indoors and out.

Two bed apartment in the heart of the city

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Sherry FitzGerald welcomes No 7 Glor na Mara, New Dock Street, Galway, to the market for sale by private treaty. No 7 is an attractive two bedroom apartment close to Galway city centre.

Exhibition to give Another View

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GALWAY ARTIST Paul James Kearney will provide his own particular view of Galway city in his new exhibition, Another View, which opens in the Renzo Café & Gallery, Eyre Street, this evening at 8pm.

Abortion Pill Bus to arrive in Galway

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The Abortion Pill Bus, which will carry abortion pills, currently not legally available in Ireland, will be in Galway city tomorrow [Friday October 23]  to raise issues of reproductive rights and the repeal of the controversial 8th Ammendment of the constitution.

 

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