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Seat tells us that it is set to launch the new generation of the Alhambra. It says that the intelligent and versatile MPV is up to 15 per cent more fuel efficient thanks to its new engines and even more dynamic thanks to increased power output. The Alhambra will have new comfort and assistance systems, as well as innovative connectivity and infotainment offerings.
Galway County Councillors have agreed to the local authority taking an equity share in Ireland West Airport Knock, in an attempt to secure the future of the transport facility.
The Galway City Dog Pound is set to become a much improved place for city strays and unwanted dogs awaiting new homes, as it is set for a €125,000 upgrade.
The Radisson Blu Hotel in Lough Atalia was a hive of activity last Friday, April 24, as leading property agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard held its April auctions which featured 26 lots in total. The arrival of bidders from 1.30pm onwards ahead of the 3pm start was an early indication of the intent for the day, and indeed by 3pm the veranda lounge was full to capacity with anxious vendors, hopeful bidders, and one or two interested spectators.
I have been very impressed with the new Mercedes-Benz Vito van range on a number of levels, and I expected it to continue to be the most expensive of the main competitors in this important van segment. The old Vito was €1,860 (ex-VAT) higher than the least expensive comparative entry level prices in that range.
Work is set to begin on the €7.1-million Claregalway Flood Relief Scheme as the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin, is due to sign off on a review of environmental assessments.
James Kilcoyne auctioneers & valuers, Ballaghaderreen, had a very successful, well attended, public auction at O’Meara’s Bar & Restaurant, Portumna, last Friday, where the auction of farming lands near Portumna saw some of the lands go for close to €13,000 an acre.
It was a day for the buyer at O’Donnellan & Joyce’s packed auction room in the Harbour Hotel, Galway, last Friday, April 17. It was the company’s second auction of the year, and the seventh in 15 months, where excellent value for money was on offer for more than 500 eager buyers who generated €3.2m in property sales from lots presented from Galway, Mayo, Sligo, and throughout Connacht.
The Galway City Council collected more than half a million euro in revenue from parking fines last year. Figures released by the local authority show that 14,683 parking tickets were issued by traffic wardens around the city in 2014. That equates to an average of just over 40 tickets per day.