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Spacious home in Renmore

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O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering for sale a spacious semidetached residence in Larchfield Avenue, a popular development on the east side of Galway city that has long being considered a premier residential family estate, which is extremely well positioned for all seeking ease of access to Galway city centre and its surrounding areas.

Excellent investment or family home in Lurgan Park

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DNG brings to market Number 39C Lurgan Park, a detached family home tucked away in a quiet cul de sac of only three houses in excellent condition.

An ideal home in Lurgan Park

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O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a three bed semidetached residence at Lurgan Park, Renmore, a popular development is on the east side of Galway city which has long being considered a premier residential family estate.

An ideal location in Renmore

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O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a four bed semidetached residence on the east side of Galway city at Gleann Rua, Renmore. This is a superb location offering exceptional convenience for modern day living. The property is within walking distance of GMIT, Merlin Park Hospital, Ballyloughane Beach, and a wide selection of shops at the Wellpark and Briarhill shopping centres.

Former taoiseach opens new cardiology suite at Bon Secours

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Former Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD turned the sod on the development of a new state of the art Interventional Cardiology Suite at Bon Secours Hospital Galway on November 10 last year. Exactly one year to the day, Deputy Enda Kenny returned to the hospital to officially open the new unit.

Mayo's Bon Secours inmates

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In a little under five years time, Ireland will roll out the red commemoration carpets for a year long celebration to mark the centenary of the Irish Free State. In the decades preceding the independent state, unionist politicians and their constituents vigorously, and even militantly, opposed any form of self-determination for Ireland as they believed Home Rule under a Catholic majority would mean Rome rule. The fears of those unionists were realised. The Free State, like the British state before it, inadequately supervised Catholic institutions tasked with caring for sections of Irish society and thereby put at risk the very children of the nation that independence was destined to cherish. The Free State's successors were equally culpable of neglect as each fed its own citizens to an ultra conservative, practically unregulated, system of 250 Church-run industrial schools, reformatories, orphanages, hostels and homes from the 1920s up until the 1990s. Since the 1990s, criminal cases and inquiries have established that thousands of children were abused by hundreds of priests and several Catholic religious orders were found to have participated in or concealed child abuse. 

Taoiseach to turn sod on €6million cardiology service at Bons Secours Galway

An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny T.D. will this evening (Thursday) turn the sod on a new €6m Cardiology Service at Bon Secours Hospital Galway and will welcome 20 new clinical jobs and employment in the construction of the facility.

Charming detached home in Renmore

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John Quinn & Co has just received instructions to offer for sale a property known as St Anthony’s, at No 21 Dublin Road, Renmore. This property is situated within walking distance of local shops, Bon Secours Hospital, local church, GMIT, several hotels, and enjoys easy access to the city centre.

Bon Secours Hospital first hospital in Ireland to receive ISO certification for its clinical sterile service department

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A local private hospital with a “very robust” and “mature management system” is the first hospital in Ireland to receive ISO certification for its clinical sterile service department.

Seven out of ten people in the west don’t wash their hands for long enough

Seven out of 10 people in the west do not wash their hands for long enough to kill germs that cause infections, according to new research, just published.

 

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