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You can never do too much for Galway Hospice. Never. Ever. No donation is ever too big. Ever. You could get your granny, stick a price tag on her, photograph her, put her on eBay and it still wouldn't be too big a gesture. You could wait for your team to get to an All-Ireland final and you could raffle your tickets and give the money to the Hospice and it still wouldn’t be too big. You could walk naked up The Reek using slippers made out of porcupines and a thong knitted from the roughest wool of the rarest goat and if you said you were doing it for Galway Hospice, nobody would dare say you were mad. They’d nod, and say ‘fair play to ya. Mighty cause, mighty.”
A proposal to build a 50 bed mental health unit on an already congested UHG site is senseless when a “perfect location” exists among 150 acres at Merlin Park, a former vice chairperson of the HSE West’s regional health forum claimed this week.
The resolution of the casual trading bay conundrum for the square in Kilbeggan was finalised this week, despite the debate descending into a party-political spat about whether or not to scrap flower beds for additional parking.
Market Cross Shopping Centre in Kilkenny celebrates its 18th year of festive tradition this Christmas, and will welcome a very special guest to the shopping centre as always.
Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip and Leonard has brought to market 7 Barry Avenue, an owner occupied terraced home. Located in the heart of Old Mervue, the area oozes character and charm and would make a fantastic home for a retired couple or a young family. It has been carefully upgraded and tastefully decorated by its current owner and offers the discerning buyer a great opportunity to acquire what is quite simply a home.
Kilkenny shoppers are to have even more shopping options in the lead up to Christmas this year with several new retail units due to open at MacDonagh Junction in coming weeks.
Carlow County Council has given the go-ahead for a €200 million investment in the town which could see the creation of up to 170 full-time jobs.
A pedestrian crossing is causing a local publican in Paulstown much distress as he claims that his business is in jeopardy if the construction of the facility goes ahead.
When you drive into work tomorrow morning, before you get out of your car, just sit there and enjoy the experience, feel the ground beneath your wheels, appreciate the view that your car has all day while you’re at work. Because from January, that privilege is going to cost you. Yes, that is cost you on top of the fee being paid by your company.