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The team at Galway auctioneers O’Donnellan & Joyce have been busy with viewings and preparations for their live remote bidding property auction. Set for Friday November 3, proceedings will commence at 12 noon sharp. Final open viewings took place this week in the lead up to Friday’s auction, with a range of properties for sale in counties Galway, Clare, Donegal, Limerick, Mayo, Dublin, Louth, Meath, Cork and Westmeath.
The countdown is on for the highly anticipated O’Donnellan & Joyce live stream auction, happening on November 3 at 12 noon. Brace yourself for an excellent auction catalogue that promises something special for everyone.
A new public art commission is set to be unveiled at the Tubber Hill housing development in Westport next week. All is Well, a visual art installation by Cathal McCarthy and commissioned by Mayo County Council Arts Service, will be officially launched at on Saturday October 7 2pm by Damien McGlynn, director of CREATE. All are welcome and refreshments will be provided.
Five Mayo AC participants took part in events on September 9/10. High temperatures added to the challenge for runners.
Members of a Strategic Policy Committee in Mayo County Council have been asked to do the research and appraise themselves fully of the potential consequences of supporting a proposed expansion of gas exploration in North Mayo, before making any final decision on the matter.
Health Forum West member and Mayo County Councillor, Michael Kilcoyne, is to raise a number of local health issues at the upcoming forum meeting due to take place in Galway on September 26 next, including the provision of certain services such as Emergency and mobile X-ray services, at Mayo University Hospital.
Audiences in Mayo will be treated to an exciting and varied range of free events and activities as part of this year’s Culture Night, on September 22nd, with something to suit all tastes.
Dylan McKee handed Ballina the advantage just before the half-hour mark, but their near neighbours quickly equalised through a spectacular solo effort by Kyle Neary four minutes later. The winning goal came early in the second half from Niall Casey, allowing Ballina to maintain a glimmer of hope for the title with two games remaining - but with Celtic requiring just one point from their three games left, even Ballina know that it would take a miracle for them to catch the Hoops' at this stage of the season.
Mayo Sinn Féin has selected its second candidate for next year’s local elections, Tony Geraghty, to run alongside Donna Hyland, who was selected for the party last month.
Last year, over 742,000 people attended more than 1,700 Culture Night activities. This year, the 18th Culture Night programme will take place on September 22nd, and the events ‘coming of age’ promises an even bigger explosion of colour, music, dance and art on the streets of our towns and cities.