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O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has brought to the market 10 units at Gleann na Rí, Dublin Road, Galway. The units are for sale as one lot and comprise a mixture of two and three bedroom apartments. All units are well finished and are currently fully let, generating a gross yield of 13 per cent. This is an opportunity to acquire quality investment properties in an excellent location, within a few minutes walk of GMIT, Merlin Park Hospital, and the Bon Secours.
FILMS ABOUT individuals who surf the highest waves, row across oceans, and explore remote parts of the globe, along with talks, and music gigs, feature in a new film festival.
THE FIRST What If, Why Not? adventure film festival, featuring adventure films, guest speakers, and live music, takes place in Galway on Friday November 23 and Saturday 24.
The second annual Clew Bay half marathon will take place on Saturday August 4.
The magnitude of the earthquake off the north Mayo coast was far below the threshold for generation of a seismogenic tsunami or indeed to cause significant structural damage, Mayo Fine Gael TD, Michelle Mulherin has been told by the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources.
Galway’s Christy O’Connor Jnr was back swinging a club at the Galway Bay Golf Resort this week to launch a new golf challenge.
Financially speaking, we may still be in the mire but in terms of diversionary goings-on at least, it has certainly been an eventful week. First off, the 60/40 yes vote in favour of the compact fiscal treaty (68 per cent result in Mayo) - the highest outside of Dublin), quickly killed off any talk of a government in crisis, with attention once more commandeered by the magical resurfacing of Big Phil ‘water charges’ Hogan.
Numerous tributes were paid to outgoing Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council, Cllr Austin Francis O’Malley, at the May monthly meeting of the local authority. The Louisburgh based councillor brought a meeting of the local authority to his heartland for the first time in history this week. The meeting was held in the Ocean Lodge, in the village of Killadoon just outside Louisburgh, where one councillor joked before the meeting as he looked out on the Atlantic Ocean, “next stop is the Statue of Liberty”. Padraic McNamara, chairperson of the Killadoon Community Council, welcomed the 31 members of the council and the officials to the area at the start of the meeting.
Four Seasons Walking Festival
Ford Ireland has become a partner of the Titanic 100 Cobh 2012 centenary project with the provision of a pair of specially liveried new Galaxy models that will be used during the year-long commemoration.