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REA McGreal Burke offers great selection of properties

Leading estate agent REA McGreal Burke brings to the market a variety of excellent residential and investment property in the city and across the county including No 14 The Nuseries, Taylor's Hill; No 26 St Brendan's Avenue, Woodquay; Co. Moyveela, Oranmore; and Tonroe, Ardrahan.

City exhibition to mark Positive Ageing Week

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Positive Ageing Week is all about shining a light on people in older age who are active, engaged, enthusiastic, healthy, and who are making a big difference in the lives of our families, neighbourhoods and communities. Speaking at the launch of COPE Galway’s annual report, Dr Mike Ryan of the WHO spoke passionately about “the wisdom, and the generosity, the value and the central role that older persons play in our society” and he advocated that older persons need to be seen more for the contribution they make.

Fiche bliain ag fás: Lots of space to try a Salthill Cycleway

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On Monday, Galway City Councillors once again have the opportunity to be world leaders in Active Travel and Climate Action by supporting a much longed for temporary Salthill Cycleway, as permanent plans for an urban greenway for Galway and flood defences are progressed.

Incredible value on offer at tomorrow’s O’Donnellan & Joyce auction

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Tomorrow, Friday September 17, at 12 noon, Colm O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers will take to the podium at his live stream property auction. The live stream event is available for all to watch on the company website and its social media platforms. The auction commences at 12 noon and comprises more than 30 select properties from Galway to Donegal and every county in between, with something to suit every budget, property style, and location requirement.

Move sustainably, stay healthy – Galway City Council celebrates European Mobility Week

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As part of European Mobility Week (September 16-22 2021), Galway City Council is rolling out a range of initiatives to support the people of Galway to ‘Move Sustainably, Stay Healthy’.

A Galway tradition

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The origins of the centuries-old Saturday market are lost in the mists of time. It was always held in front of St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church, which was the only open space in the old walled town. Two hundred years ago, James Hardiman, in his history, was writing that, “The town is well supplied with vegetables … the green gardeners cultivate a considerable quantity of ground and keep a considerable supply of remarkable fine-flavoured fruit and vegetables.” At the same time, Hely Dutton, in his survey, was writing, “The vegetable market kept near the Main Guard is generally well supplied, and at reasonable rates; all kinds come to the market washed, by which any imperfection is easily detected. The cabbage raised near the sea side on seaweed is particularly delicious; those who have been used to those cultivated on ground highly manured, cannot form any idea of the difference. There are also, in season, peaches, strawberries, gooseberries, apples, pears etc.”

Spacious city centre home is a must-see

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Location is one of the key factors when purchasing a home, and there are few more sought after than Liam Mellows Terrace, Bohermore.

East of the Corrib Cycle-Bus community cycle this Sunday

The East of the Corrib Cycle-Bus is delighted to announce a community cycle this Sunday, 12th September, as part of Bike Week 2021.

Protest in Eyre Square to demand end to the housing crisis

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The Galway Homeless and Housing Coalition will hold a socially distanced rally in Eyre Square at 12 noon, this Saturday, September 11.

Spacious apartment in the city centre

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O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering for sale this superb upper floor city centre apartment. This two-bed property is just a 10 minute walk from Eyre Square, making it an ideal city centre pad.


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