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O’Donnellan & Joyce is gearing up for its next live stream auction, set to take place on Wednesday October 27 at 12 noon. The auction catalogue promises to have something for everyone. October’s mix of auction properties for sale include farmlands, commercial premises, country homes, and urban pads in Galway city centre. The full auction catalogue is available to view on www.odonnjoyce.com.
The Streets of Galway 8km race will take place on Sunday October 24 at 10.30am.
Location is one of the key factors when purchasing a home, and there are few more sought after than Liam Mellows Terrace, Bohermore.
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.
The return of the Galway Film Fleadh took place recently with the amazing weather coinciding with a massively ambitious outdoor/indoor programme.
The first book printed in Ireland was The Book of Common Prayer in 1551. As printing became more sophisticated, newspapers became inevitable. The first gazettes were published originally in manuscript – the word gazette being derived from gazetto, a coin of Venice, the amount paid for reading the news. The earliest printed newspapers began to appear around the end of the 16th century. These were small, quarto in size, printed on one or both sides of the page, or of four pages containing intelligence of public interest which were variously called 'Books of Newes', ‘Newe Newes’, 'Wonderful Newes', ‘Bloody Newes out of Ireland’, etc.
Tomorrow, Friday, 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 features more than 40 select properties from along the west coast and indeed throughout the sunny southeast.
As we roll into the June Bank Holiday Weekend, we can almost taste the summer, those long bright evenings spent with friends and family, the hustle and bustle of Galway city streets, a drink sitting outside Taaffes as we watch the world go by or the luxury of a 99 from the Bon Bon while sitting on the Prom in Salthill.
Family-owned Spiddal based cosmetic company Rí na Mara has opened a pop-up store in the Eyre Square shopping centre.
The company which organises and takes the financial risk for Galway’s annual Christmas market has issued a statement in response to last evening’s declaration by the City Council that the event will not proceed this year, saying that the decision to cancel events in Eyre Square should not have been made at this stage.