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The threat of a strike by Dunnes Stores staff in Galway remains after workers balloted for industrial action. Mandate Trade Union shop stewards in Dunnes voted overwhelmingly in favour of commencing a process of balloting for industrial action at the company. The balloting process will begin in the coming weeks.
Galway’s ranking in the national litter league tables, published by IBAL this week, has been branded “poor” with the city coming in 34th among the 40 urban areas surveyed. The city has plummeted from 21st place in the previous IBAL survey and only just managed to hold on to its grade of being clean to European norms.
The cup of tea, beloved by the Irish, is very much in danger of losing its place as the nation's hot beverage of choice, threatened by our growing addiction to coffee. Even for those of us who cannot be bothered with the fuss of grinding and filtering and are happy enough to put up with the dried and jarred, coffee flavoured dust at home, we still expect much more from our coffee when out and about.
The sale of Eyre Square Shopping Centre represents a rare opportunity to not only acquire income from a prime shopping centre located in Galway city centre, it also provides redevelopment prospects which will be greatly welcomed by the numerous tenants currently seeking to acquire retail accommodation in the popular Galway retail market.
National and international investors will be turning their attention on Galway, vying for the chance to get their hands on the Eyre Square Shopping Centre which is to go on sale in the coming weeks with a guide price of €22.5 million.
After 50 years trading Arch Motors in Westside is to close the car dealership side of the business with immediate effect due to the difficult trading conditions in recent times.
This week Cara Pharmacy is celebrating the official opening of its first store in Galway City which opened its doors in late September.
TOMORROW SEES the release of Clocks, the third album by Athenry born vocalist/composer Julie Feeney, whose highly individual music straddles the lines between chamber music, pop, indie, folk, and avant garde.
Cafe Express is situated in a prime bit of Galway retail space, in Abrakebabra's old location on Eyre Square. The previous menu of doner kebab, chip butty, 'special' pink sauce, and the ever popular taco fries (imagine an Irish version of the French Canadian 'poutine') has been pushed aside for something completely different. While Abrakebabra surely has its fans, Cafe Express, it has to be said, is a vast improvement and a welcome addition to Eyre Square. On the corner, this is fast becoming the coffee destination for city centre workers commuting from the outskirts and tourists on sightseeing excursions. With the trains, buses and taxis all feeding into the square, the Lavazza sign over this door acts like a beacon that draws coffee lovers like moths to a flame, and it's certainly hard to fault their real Italian-style coffee.
With the limited supply of investments currently in the market the sale of Edward Square in Galway is being well received by both national and international investors.