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Minister Denis Naughten has confirmed that Siro is about to commence construction of high-speed broadband to homes in the housing estates in Monksland, Bealnamullia, Summerhill and Baylough in Athlone.
Sherry FitzGerald welcomes this lovely detached dwelling at Ballinalaun, Clarinbridge, to the market for sale by private treaty. Constructed in 2004, this family home is presented in excellent decorative order throughout with mature landscaped gardens.
Local Minister Denis Naughten has welcomed the opening of the new motorway from Tuam to Gort, which ensures that the Midlands is now directly connected to two international airports by motorway.
Fianna Fáil deputy for Roscommon-Galway, Eugene Murphy, says the decision by SIRO to exit the tender process for the National Broadband Plan is a severe indictment of the Government’s failure to deliver on its commitments to bring high speed broadband to rural Ireland.
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.
Sherry FitzGerald is offering this architecturally designed detached home to the market for sale by private treaty. Aillebrack provides a rare opportunity to acquire a high calibre residence in a popular area benefiting from peaceful countryside serenity yet only minutes from the vibrant cobbled streets of Galway city centre. This Sean Dockery architecturally designed dwelling offers approximately 344sq m (3,700sq ft) of living space on a circa 0.28ha (0.69 acre) landscaped site.
O’Donnellan & Joyce's Wild Atlantic Way autumn auction is just around the corner. Set for Thursday September 28 at 12 noon, open viewings were extremely busy this past weekend, with viewers taking particular interest in the large family homes on offer.
Almost eight in 10 of Irish households (78 per cent) are planning to switch at least one of their household suppliers this year, according to new research from Switcher.ie.
Broadband services and mobile phone connection in rural Ireland are not improving, but are getting worse, and it is time the Government intervened directly on this, rather than "leaving it totally at the whim of the private sector".