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Scenes from the recent Mica protest in Dublin were stirring, with up to 30,000 of our citizens pouring from buses and cars onto the streets of Dublin. Much of the crowd travelled the long and winding roads from Donegal, with green and yellow jerseys standing out from the throng. But there were also families from Mayo, Clare and Limerick; the places where the sub-standard blocks used to build homes have wreaked the most devastating of consequences.
O’Donnellan & Joyce recorded an incredible summer of sales in the Salthill area. Many properties have been sold at record levels exceeding many of its clients’ expectations. According to Colm O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan & Joyce during lockdown people realised that Salthill has everything that a family could require with the magnificent Promenade and exceptional community facilities on its doorstep.
With the elite contestants in the senior camogie ranks now clearly defined, Galway will look to reach their third decider in a row as the same four counties prepare for Sunday’s All -Ireland semi-finals for the fourth successive year.
Aran Islands Ferries, Ireland’s largest and longest operating year round ferry service to the Aran Islands announce an extension of its brand new seasonal 2021 Aran Islands route from Galway City Docks to Inis Mór inclusive of a cruise along the Cliffs of Moher, to Sunday September 26.
All roads lead east for Mayo and Galway on Sunday as the unusual surrounds of Croke Park host the latest instalment of this age-old classic between the two counties.
Anglers across Galway are taking part in a unique catch, tag and release programme to help Irish and international scientists learn more about the largest tuna in the world – the Atlantic bluefin tuna.
Second chances are now a thing of the past as the All-Ireland senior hurling championship ramps up a notch this weekend. Galway and Waterford prepare to lock horns for a coveted quarter-final place on Saturday afternoon in Semple Stadium (2pm).
Galway face Mayo this Sunday afternoon in a Connacht final with extra significance. Not only is it a continuation of the old-school straight knock out championship, but, to accommodate the expected large crowds, the game has been moved to Croke Park.
There will be a move of sorts back to normality on Sunday afternoon when the biggest crowd to attend a sporting event in the county since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, will gather in MacHale Park.