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O’Donnellan & Joyce is set to begin another busy year of successful auctions. The company’s first auction of the year takes place tomorrow (Friday) at 3pm in the Harbour Hotel, Galway, where a wide range of properties will be going under the hammer, from investment opportunities to stunning family homes.
The massive success of O’Donnellan & Joyce’s 2014 auctions seem to have left no doubt in the minds of most vendors that, if you want to sell your property in a reasonably short length of time, the auction route is the way to go.
Conradh na Gaeilge, also known as the Gaelic League, was founded by Douglas Hyde and Eoin McNeill in July 1893. Their aim was to keep the Irish language alive and preserve the Gaelic elements of Ireland’s culture. It was open to all creeds, was non-political, and accepted women on an equal basis. It used a broad approach, organising classes and competitions in Irish music, dancing, literature, and games. After a sluggish six years in existence, it suddenly morphed into a mass movement.
During his recent and very meaningful state visit to Britain, and his address to the joint Houses of Parliament, President Michael Daniel Higgins slipped in the fact that his father, John, had fought in Ireland’s struggle for Independence.*
ONE OF Ireland’s greatest comic talents, Jon Kenny, joins much-loved Irish actor Mary McEvoy in a new revival of Michael Scott’s iconic production of John B Keane’s The Matchmaker which comes to the Town Hall Theatre.
When Atlantic Prosthetic Orthotic Services (APOS) Ltd first opened in 2002, the company employed two prosthetist/orthotists and one technician. Now employing over 13 people at their clinical and manufacturing base in Kilcolgan, Co Galway, APOS Ltd is one of the largest providers of prosthetic and orthotic services in Ireland. The company holds clinics (funded both publicly via HSE and privately) throughout the country and has clients from both Ireland and abroad.
The Ballyhea-Charleville bondholder protest group will visit Galway on Saturday as part of a western tour of the country.
St Patrick’s Ballyragget will live the dream next Saturday evening as they walk out onto the hallowed turf of Croke Park in their bid for All-Ireland glory.
Fennelly heads off to the ‘Alley’
St Patrick’s Ballyragget have earned themselves a place in next month’s All-Ireland club final, after a hard-fought victory over Galway’s Ballygar last Sunday at Nenagh.