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Over €4,000 given to Chernobyl charity

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There were smiles all round in Eyre Square as a cheque of over €4,000 was presented to the Sunflower Chernobyl Appeal and a number of children from Belarus.

Cyclists and students in tandem for Chernobyl children’s charity

West Ireland Cycling, Salerno students, and a number of volunteers have been out in force generously offering all kinds of wonderful services, including tasty smoothies, in the hope of raising up to €5,000 for Galway-based charity the Sunflowers Chernobyl Appeal.

Ballinasloe to host retired nurses conference next week

More than 300 retired nurses from throughout the country will attend their 13th annual conference at the Carlton Shearwater Hotel, Ballinasloe on May 11 and 12.

Ballinasloe addiction counsellor questions the closure of Harristown House

A Ballinasloe based addiction counsellor, working at Harristown House, has questioned why the centre needed to be closed down for an examination of its services.

Bring your home to life with Western Postform

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In the current economic climate and with the house market becoming increasingly competitive, there has never been a better time to update and invest in your home. Whether you have bought a new home and want to give it a little personal charm, are selling your home and feel it needs that extra something to make it shine, or if you just feel like it is time for an update, bring your home to life with Western Postform, the Galway based company that offers top quality kitchens and bedrooms at prices that won’t be beaten.

Go the extra miles for GOAL this Christmas

People in Galway city, Tuam, Ballinasloe and Gort will show their support for the charity GOAL during Christmas by running, walking or crawling the GOAL Mile.

Hit the Christmas running - for GOAL

•Prepare yourself for the Christmas dinner by taking part in the annual Galway GOAL mile which takes place on Christmas Day.

Irish ‘Reds’ to be celebrated and examined in NUIG

For a country that is often highly conservative, Ireland has produced many important and influential socialist activists, thinkers, and politicians, and many of them have come from Galway.

Canalach development continues to sell, despite difficult climate

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Ballinasloe's exciting, modern, architecturally designed Cuil na Canalach development at Pollboy in Ballinasloe, is continuing to experience high levels of buyer interest, and continuing steady levels of sales, despite the general air of doom and gloom surrounding the general economy, and the property market in particular. Cathal O'Malley, director of local development company Comrad Holdings which is developing the project smiles as he notes that it is not entirely unprecedented for Ballinasloe to buck the national trend, remembering how the town thrived during the 80s while the rest of the country experienced recession. 

Canalach development continues to sell despite difficult climate

Ballinasloe’s exciting, modern, architecturally designed Cuil na Canalach development at Poolboy in Ballinasloe is continuing to experience high levels of buyer interest, and continuing steady levels of sales, despite the general air of doom and gloom surrounding the general economy, and the property market in particular. Cathal O’Malley, director of local development company Comrad Holdings which is developing the project, notes that it is not entirely unprecedented for Ballinasloe to buck the national trend, remembering how the town thrived during the ‘80s while the rest of the country experienced recession. He hopes that the recent successes experienced in the town with the success of the Carlton Shearwater Hotel, the initiation of construction on the new retail park with Tesco as anchor tenant, and the many other successes of the town will herald another prosperous phase in its development.

 

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