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Another large turnout at the Connacht Property Auction 

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A crowd of some 120 people turned up to the latest Connacht Property Auction, held last Thursday in the Menlo Park Hotel. In total there were 24 properties offered for sale across Connacht including several Galway properties. With an 88 per cent sold ratio at the February auction and 92 per cent at the April auction, the auction team were expecting another big turnout and they were not disappointed. The auction room was full with the crowd spilling into the registration area at the back of the room.

DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard to hold major thirty lot auction tomorrow

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Tomorrow (Friday) will see DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard host its second auction of 2015 featuring 30 properties throughout the west of Ireland, on what promises to be an action packed afternoon.  

Buyers see value at DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard open viewings

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Leading estate agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard has reported large turnouts at the latest series of open viewings for its April 24 auctions in the Radisson Blu Hotel. Billed as one of the most exciting mix of properties to come to the market in the west of Ireland for some time, the city centre based agent is three weeks into the marketing campaign and the team are delighted with the turnout so far.

DNG Maxwell, Heaslip and Leonard launches major April auction

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With the first quarter of 2015 already drawing to a close, the early indications from the property market have shown no let up in the momentum which emerged in the later part of 2014 with the investor returning to the property market.

Promotion rebuff has got me thinking

Q: I’ve been working as a field salesperson in the same company for the last 15 years. I have performed very well during that time, consistently exceeding sales targets, and also winning a number of sales awards. Recently a job came up as sales manager. I went for it, and was immediately installed as the unbackable favourite. “Yours to lose,” was the consensus. Alas, here’s one favourite who wasn’t first across the line. I got down to the final three but an external candidate was chosen. The MD gave me the usual spiel – ‘better candidate’ (not true), ‘certain skills you didn’t have’ (debatable), and so on. Now I’m questioning my future in the company, and even thinking about changing into something different entirely. I’m a very unhappy woman right now, I can tell you! Any thoughts? (FF, email).

Regency home on three acres in Mayo

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Ballyglass House, Scardaune, Claremorris, Co Mayo, was constructed circa 1800 and offers complete privacy. This is a wonderful Regency residence situated in approximately three acres of walled gardens.

Your insightful questioning can produce better answers

Interviews are not just about candidates answering questions – they are about candidates asking questions too.

Career column

Q: This is something which has been bothering me for some time. There are some areas of my work – I am in IT – where I do not have a great deal of experience. As you can appreciate, IT is a very broad area, and it is always likely that a candidate would have a deficiency in some areas. But my query is: how do you recommend I should deal with this shortcoming in my experience when it arises in interview?

Sunday Morning Coming Down at Town Hall

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SUNDAY MORNING Coming Down, a new written and directed play by Michéal Donnellan, will be staged in the Town Hall Theatre studio from Tuesday March 29 to Saturday April 2 at 8.30pm.

Man fined for careless driving while rushing to NCT centre

With 10 minutes to get to the NCT centre a young man, doing a favour for his aunt, rushed down a road during bad conditions overtaking numerous cars, including one driven by a garda, before being stopped by waiting officers, the Galway District Court heard.

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