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A 72 acre residential farm located less than three miles from Kilkenny city at Cuffesgrange on the Callan Road was sold in three lots to local farmers after being withdrawn during a recent auction held in the Clubhouse Hotel.
Mayo Fine Gael Deputy Michael Ring spoke to CSPE Junior Cert students in St Louis Community School in Kiltimagh last week. The Mayo Advertiser went along to see the students put him through his paces, and these are the replies the students got to their questions.
Kilkenny people who have items in their houses which may be of a value because of the precious metal they contain may be interested in a new event at Rothe House this Saturday.
The Fashion Fusion fashion show which recently took place in the Castlecourt was a great success and the organiser of the event, Rita Mylett of RMI Branding, would like to thank all who contributed and supported the event.
It was an extremely exciting week for rugger lovers albeit a little disappointing that Munster didn't repeat history and take out the all-blacks.
Buyers and sellers are both achieving their goals and objectives in the O’Donnellan & Joyce auction room. Colm O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers outlines that this year in particular has been a great year for buyers as they are obtaining tremendous value with sellers placing extremely attractive reserve prices (minimum prices) on properties in order to achieve sales. With less competition in the auction room than in previous years, tremendous value has been obtained for the buyers, in some cases below the advised minimum values.
The recent announcement of a 75 basis point cut in the main refinancing bid rate by the European Central Bank is warmly welcomed by Colm Farrell, director of Sherry FitzGerald Farrell property advisors in Gort.
“The best and most exciting auction of the year,” was how people who regularly attended described O’Donnellan & Joyce’s auction last Friday. The agents placed three properties up for sale by public auction on Friday last. The regular venue which is The Harbour Hotel was packed to capacity with a large number of people unable to get into the auction room and transferring their bids from the hallway.
Fianna Fail has confirmed the three candidates to contest the Kilbeggan electoral area for June’s local elections.
These are the best of times and the worst of times, a more learned scribe than Grassroots once opined.