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Interest levels are high for DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard's open viewings

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Leading Galway property expert DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is reporting unmatched levels of interest at open viewings for its May 30 auctions in The Radisson Hotel, which will see a total of 13 lots go to the auction floor.

‘ Killimor - that dear old spot’

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They are going, going, going from the valleys and the hills,

The Claddagh National School

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An advertisement in the Irish Independent in July 1931 invited tenders from competent builders for the erection and completion of the proposed new St Nicholas’ National School in the Claddagh. When the new school was built it was described as “An attractive rectangular building with a red tile roof made by the Galway Brick and Tile Company”. The outdoor toilets were at the end of the playground.

New look for Kavanagh’s SuperValu Castlebar

Kavanagh’s SuperValu Castlebar has announced the opening of its newly revamped 15,000sq ft store. The store opens following a substantial investment of €500,000, helping to sustain employment of 80 staff members from the local community.

Galway success story continues as Martin Divilly Butchers opens at Terryland Shopping Centre

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Last Friday saw the opening of Martin Divilly Butchers in Terryland Shopping Centre, 87 years on from the very first Martin Divilly Butchers in Galway city. Martin and Audrey along with their extended families cheered on, as Martin’s daughter Shauna Divilly cut the ribbon.

Contemporary, cool and chic

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I was lucky enough recently to be invited to spend a night at The g Hotel in Galway.

A ‘technicolour phantasmagoria’

PAT MCCABE’S rollercoaster new play, The Bridge Below The Town, set in 1950s small-town Ireland, is coming to the Town Hall Theatre and promises audiences a swirling drama of life, love, Butlins, and nuns who make márla men, set to a classic soundtrack.

The Rising, And By Way Of Interludes World War I

THE GALWAY City Council’s bulging-at-the-seams title of a new play - The Rising, And By Way Of Interludes World War I - bulges at the seams with some of the key events from Irish history.

The characterful songs of Michael O’Connor

FROM BUTCHERING to balladry might seem like an unusual career arc but it is one that Mayo-born, Galway based, songwriter Michael O’Connor has managed with aplomb.

Celebrating ten years of quality customer service at Meehan’s Londis in Glenamaddy

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Meehan’s Londis in Glenamaddy will soon celebrate 10 years in business providing the best quality customer service, excellent value across its product range, and a dedication to the local community.

 

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