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A pioneer of the all-day property auction both regionally and throughout Ireland, O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers will host its next all-day auction from 10am tomorrow in The Harbour Hotel, with close to 50 properties going under the hammer.
Galway’s newest school, Tuam Educate Together National School, is set to open in September.
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.
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.
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.
A new multidenominational co-educational primary school will open in Tuam in September.
Last Friday morning, the ISPCC in Mayo hosted a launch of its outcomes for its work in 2014. The charity provides a wide ranging sweep of services to both parents and children throughout the county. While these events can be fact filled, but unmemorable affairs, the personal stories told by users of the services that they provide, outlined in crystal clear words the work that is carried out by the ISPCC in Mayo and the effect it has on those who use the service.
This was an exciting week for the four new pioneers chosen to take part in the Operation GIY Nation campaign, launched last March in association with Renault Ireland and Grow it Yourself Ireland.
The National Lottery’s fourth Money Spinner event presented by Brian Ormond, took place at Breaffy House, Castlebar, Co Mayo, last Saturday night. Five players from Donegal, Galway, Carlow, Mayo, and Kildare won prizes to the value of €95,000. The biggest winner on the day was Damian Timoney from Donegal who won prizes to the value of €35,000. Dorothy Campbell from Claremorris won €16,000, including a shopping spree, at the National Lottery’s Money Spinner event held at Breaffy House, Castlebar on last Saturday evening.
GMIT Mayo has launched a new part-time honours art degree, one of only two level seven (honours) part-time art courses offered by a third-level college in Ireland. The new Bachelor of Arts (honours) in fine art is a two year add-on degree which comprises modules in painting and critical theory. It will be delivered in the Mayo campus in Castlebar one and a half days a week during the academic year, commencing September (2014). Graduates will be able to work as practitioners in the fields of painting or, subject to further specialisation and experience, in the fields of community arts, public art, arts administration, art and design education, curation, practice/theory based research, and careers linked to contemporary visual art and design culture.