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O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale an exceptional four bed mid-terrace property located at An Leac Lian, Barna.
Applications are invited for this year’s Galway Garda Youth awards.
By early 1921 Britain’s war in Ireland was not just a moral issue, but a financial one. The sheer expense of solving 'The Irish Question', considering financial reparation for the loss of civilian life and destruction of private property, along with the price tag of the Crown Forces’ operations in Ireland, was staggering.
The long, and often controversial, saga of a bypass for Galway may be brought to a close when An Bord Pleanála decides the fate of the Galway City Ring Road in April.
The benefits of working from home, and remote working, have become obvious throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, but it has also highlighted the need for working hubs and high-speed broadband connections.
DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is offering for a sale a wonderful two bedroom townhouse located in the much sought after development of Thornberry in Barna village. An owner occupied mid-terrace property, No 48 Thornberry has everything in terms of convenience and location, offering easy access to Galway city and Barna village.
On a Sunday in March 2000, I witnessed with a joyous heart thousands of Galwegians of all ages enter a bare field beside the Quincentenary Bridge and leave behind a forest.
Sewer trucks, having to take away excess water "at all hours of the day and night" from the "overworked" Barna sewerage plant, has highlighted the need for the plant to be given a major overhaul.
More than 38,000 premises in Galway are set to receive high-speed fibre broadband in 2021, with National Broadband Ireland crews having begun initial works in townlands outside the city.
At about 3pm on the afternoon of Saturday, November 20, 1920, William Duffy of Cloghscoilte near Barna was driving cattle locally when one of them got stuck in the mud. William noticed part of a coat sticking out of the gap, so he went for his neighbours Patrick and Thomas Lydon, and later Patrick Cloherty and Patrick Concannon from Truskey joined them at what turned out to be a grave. They uncovered part of the body and realised that it was that of Fr Griffin. They decided to wait until it was dark so they covered up the body again, afraid that the Tans might return to remove it. William Duffy rode on horseback into Fr O’Meehan in Montpellier Terrace to inform him of the tragedy. Fr O’Meehan, Fr Sexton, and Canon Considine then hired Patsy Flaherty’s side car and went out to Clochscoilte.