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City centre property combines comfort and convenience

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Located in the heart of Galway city, a gem awaits in No 30 Glenmore, a property that seamlessly combines comfort and convenience.

Liptons in Shop Street

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Our first image today is a beautiful study of part of Shop Street c1900. It is one of a number of Galway city photographs that are in an old album belonging to Norman Healy whom we thank for sharing it with us. The two women in the foreground are in their working clothes, plain black shawls and práiscíns which were heavy canvas working aprons used to carry vegetables or maybe fish in, or wear when they were washing clothes. One is carrying a basket which probably contained product she had to sell, possibly eggs, country butter or vegetables. The other lady may have had a basket strapped to her back. The gentleman behind is wearing an impressive white báinín jacket.

Turn City Hall into community hub, says McNelis

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The current City Hall on College Road would be an ideal location for the development of a community hub when the move to Crown Site happens, according to city councillor Niall McNelis.

Monivea traffic lights create “chaos” - Ogbu

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A lack of filter lights is causing intolerable congestion at the Monivea Road-Connolly Avenue traffic lights near Mervue, according to local election candidate Helen Ogbu.

McDonnell proposes extension of the one-way traffic system into city

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Cllr Declan McDonnell has proposed an extension of the one-way traffic system on roads leading into the city centre — which would enable the expansion of bus lanes on routes that are often choke points for traffic.

A perfect blend of comfort and convenience in Galway city

A gem awaits in Gleann Noinin on College Road, offering a lifestyle that seamlessly combines a perfect blend of comfort and convenience. This two bedroom duplex apartment stands as a testament to modern living, boasting a plethora of amenities that cater to the discerning individual or family. Boasting designated resident parking, electric heating, own door access and well maintained communal green areas, this property is a rare find in the bustling urban landscape.

Leo pitches in to sports stadia naming debate

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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said the government may seek to be consulted in future when stadia it has grant-funded are renamed after corporate sponsorship deals.

Connacht Rugby sell Sportsground naming rights to Dexcom

Connacht Rugby have sold the Sportsground naming rights to US company Dexcom, in a move that is set to be announced in the coming days.

One-way on College Road and Lough Atalia Road among Crowe solutions for congestion

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Making traffic one way on College Road and Lough Atalia Road is one of the suggestions being put forward by city councillor MJ Crowe as a solution to Galway’s traffic congestion problems.

Oranmore film maker triumphs in Tinseltown

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A documentary chronicling US president John F Kennedy’s momentous visit to Galway in 1963 has won 'Best Documentary Short' title at the City of Angels Women’s Film Festival in Los Angeles.


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