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The Galway Races

This year’s racing festival is set to be massive with a total of 62 horses entered in this year’s William Hill Galway Plate, and 61 horses entered in the The Arthur Guinness Galway Hurdle. 

Premier Estates Maloney offer fifty more car parking spaces in Dubai

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Premier Estates Maloney has secured 50 more car parking spaces in Dubai for the Irish market. Empire Heights is a 20 storey twin tower block in the heart of Business Bay, Dubai. The building is situated only a stone’s throw from the Burj Tower, the tallest tower in the world, which is set to open in the next three months.

Premier Estates Maloney offers fifty more car parking spaces in Dubai

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Premier Estates Maloney has secured 50 more car parking spaces in Dubai for the Irish market. Empire Heights is a 20 storey twin tower block in the heart of Business Bay, Dubai. The building is situated only a stone’s throw from the Burj Tower, the tallest tower in the world, which is set to open in the next three months.

Park and ride on your investment in Dubai’s future

Premier Estates Maloney now have 50 car parking spaces for sale in Dubai for €15,000 each and with an estimated rental income of €3,000 to €5,000 per annum, this means that within a few years, your investment is paid off and you are sitting on an annual, potentially rising income stream.

Bank on this fantastic Dubai investment today

“Recession”, “downturn in the economy”, “credit crunch” and “collapsing property prices” is all that we have been hearing in recent months. Now you can forget all that, with this unique opportunity to invest in something different.

Bank on this fantastic Dubai investment today

“Recession”, “downturn in the economy”, “credit crunch” and “collapsing property prices” is all that we have been hearing in recent months. Now you can forget all that, with this unique opportunity to invest in something different.

Anglo lent millions to Galway businessmen for New York properties

An investigation into the loan dealings of Anglo Irish Bank during the height of the boom has revealed that hundreds of millions of dollars was provided to some of Ireland’s wealthiest people, including Galway businessmen, to buy luxury apartments in New York.

 

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