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A choice of homes in Claregalway

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Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is offering four home options in and around the village of Claregalway.

Evergreen hosts public talk on children‘s nutrition

Next Tuesday night in Moycullen sees Evergreen Healthfoods hosting a public talk on children’s nutrition. The talk entitled ‘Healthy Eating For Children’ takes place upstairs at The Forge Bar in Moycullen at 8pm and will support local children’s charity CD‘s Helping Hands.

Sherry FitzGerald Kavanagh reports active successful sales in 2010

Tony Kavanagh of Sherry FitzGerald Kavanagh has reported strong sales activity for residential property in all parts of Galway city and surrounds in 2010. Mr Kavanagh said the main activity was in family homes for owner occupier purchasers who require their first home, those with expanding families who are trading up, or those who require smaller properties.

Sherry FitzGerald Kavanagh reports strong Q1 and Q2 sales

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Tony Kavanagh of Sherry FitzGerald Kavanagh has reported strong sales activity for residential property in all parts of Galway city in the first six months of 2010.

Call for new traffic measures in wake of Claregalway accident

Parents and teachers at Claregalway primary school are calling for traffic calming measures and a pedestrian crossing to be provided to prevent further accidents happening on the busy stretch of road on which the school is situated.

Compántas Lir gets ready for All-Ireland tilt with two-night run in Town Hall Theatre this week

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Claregalway-based drama group Compántas Lir will prepare for the All-Ireland confined drama finals when they stage a two-night run of their award-winning production of I Do Not Like Thee, Dr Fell, at the Town Hall Theatre, Galway this Friday and Saturday (March 26-27)

Has Grealish pulled rabbit from hat on bypass issue? Or is the bunny boiled?

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Has Noel Grealish pulled the rabbit out of the hat regarding the Claregalway bypass? There is much scepticism in the area about the ability of the Carnmore man to land the big road as he promised prior to the last election. And this week the waters have been muddied again.

Will Dana answer God’s calling and stand for Europe again?

Perhaps it says something about Irish politicians and the Irish public’s attitude to the EU that not one mention has been made in recent times of next year’s European Elections.

Reduced prices are good news for buyers

It’s a good time to be in the market to buy a house — as well as a wide choice of property available, there is also a great deal of value available at the moment. Many vendors genuinely want to sell their properties and are willing to reduce the asking price of their properties, quite substantially in some cases.

Hundreds at risk in Claregalway

More than 340 children and their parents are putting their lives at risk every day due to what Fianna Fáil Oranmore candidate Malachy Noone said was the “failure of the Galway County Council to implement road safety measures” at Claregalway National School.

 

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