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Petition to save Kinvara post office gathers pace

Locals in Kinvara have opened an online petition in a bid to ensure that the village does not lose its post office later this month. Those behind the petition say that the impending vacancy in the post office was not widely advertised in any local or national press and therefore, the lack of interest in taking it over is not reflective of reality.

‘It’s amazing how much inspiration you can get from just looking around’

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THE VIBRANT colours and abstract forms of the paintings of An Post worker Jeffrey Hirst have been gaining positive attention in recent times - from buyers, curators, and the public - and it comes during an unprecedented period, the most intense and busy he and his colleagues have ever known.

Symbolic and historic joint education endeavour as Henshaw duly attains Lions accolade

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Unique redevelopment opportunity in Galway city centre

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Galway’s General Post Office on Eglinton Street in Galway city centre has long been a part of the fabric of this thriving city. An Post, through its sole agent, Cushman & Wakefield, are now offering the property to the open market.

Galway to get permanent civic arts space as part of a multi-million-euro city post office redevelopment

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Galway is finally to gain a permanent civic arts space in the city centre as part of a multi-million-euro redevelopment of the Galway Post Office.

Post office network at risk of collapse, warns Canney

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Unless the Government steps up its commitments to support An Post, the post office network in the State will be at risk of collapse.

Disappearing banks a signifier of the changing face of Irish towns

The banks were always a key part of the development and growth of towns and villages across the country. In my home town, we had three banks. The Bank of Ireland (where my dad was the porter for a quarter of a century; the Munster and Leinster Bank (later AIB), and the Ulster Bank. All three were housed in fine solid buildings from a different age. Buildings that marked their importance in the town.

Report reveals average residential property price, construction activity and new address points in Mayo

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The latest GeoView Residential Buildings report for quarter four of 2020 for Mayo has found that there were 915 residential property transactions in Mayo in the twelve months to November 2020, 9.9 per cent of which were new dwellings.

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Image taken in Westport Town Hall in the summer of 1920 marks War of Independence flashpoints on new stamp

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An Post last week issued two new stamps, the latest in a series designed to mark Ireland’s Decade of Centenaries.


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