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Mayor of Galway City, Mike Cubbard, and Deputy Mayor, Donal Lyons, launched a visual exhibition celebrating 120 years of local democracy in Ireland on Tuesday.
Passionate about the holistic approach, Galway woman Maura Farragher of Enigma Wellness Clinic, a qualified nurse and midwife, has more than 20 years of experience of patient care, nurturing clients with a combination of complementary therapies. Enigma Wellness Clinic recently opened upstairs at The Huntsman, College Road. Those who benefit greatly from the Enigma approach are people who may suffer from tiredness and fatigue, low mood, anxiety and stress, sleep issues and insomnia, fibromyalgia, stomach and digestion complaints, sinus problems, hay fever, and migraine as well as infertility and pregnancy induction.
Galway Rovers Rugby Football club first played competitively in 1899. In 1907 they won the Connacht Junior Cup, which had been presented two years previously to the union by Professor Alfred Senior. The club disbanded after that, probably during World War I, but it was revived by a man named John L Sullivan in 1931. At the time, rugby was a very popular sport in Galway, Galwegians RFC had been in existence for a while as had UCG, Corinthians had just been formed, the Bish, St Mary’s, and the Grammar all played rugby, as did Salthill.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers' Wild Atlantic Way auction will take place today, Thursday, at 11am at the Harbour Hotel, and it promises to be an exciting sale with a wide variety of properties coming under the auction hammer.
A former mayor has demanded that turning restrictions on traffic be lifted at one of the busiest junctions on the east side of the city, on the basis that the current system is creating a danger for both pedestrians and motorists.
With just a week to go to the second in the series of the Wild Atlantic Way property auctions, the team at O’Donnellan & Joyce are excited with the turnout at open viewings over the past few weeks. Alan McKenna, senior sales agent, said: “There is a great selection of properties throughout Galway city, sure to catch the eye of shrewd investors looking for value.”
O’Donnellan & Joyce has a selection of quality larger family homes coming for sale in its next Wild Atlantic Way property auction on Thursday April 18.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers launched its Wild Atlantic Way April auction on Thursday last and viewers were out in force at open viewings on Saturday. There was a particularly strong turnout for the Galway city properties, particularly Pax House at No 56 Upper Newcastle, along with No 18 Davis Road, Shantalla, and No 2 Devon Mews. The April auction will take place in the Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway, on Holy Thursday, April 18, at 11am and promises to be an exciting sale, with a wide variety of properties going under the hammer.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has just launched its Wild Atlantic Way April auction. Buyers will be out in force to view the incredible selection of properties going under the hammer. The auction is set for Thursday April 18 in the Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway, and will feature an exceptional variety of properties from family homes to prime investments.
Galway city - officially, politically, and in the actions of individual people - has expressed its outrage at last week's terrorist attack in New Zealand, which left 50 people dead, while this evening, a vigil for the victims will take place in the Galway's Masjid Maryam mosque at 7.30pm.