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Cappagh Park likely to be expanded to create a sporting campus

Sports clubs in the west of the city could eventually be in line for new grounds and facilities after City Hall agreed to a call from Knocknacarra councillor Donal Lyons to extend the area of Cappagh Park.

A view to behold at Collerans’ next auction

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Collerans' next auction on Thursday, 13th October, will have a selection of city properties that will have broad appeal to first time buyers, investors, retirees and builders, due to their locations and attractive guide prices. 27 Pointe Boise on the Salthill promenade is an exclusive fourth floor apartment offering stunning views of Galway Bay, Clare Hills and Galway City skyline.

O’Donnellan & Joyce offers incredible investment opportunities

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O’Donnellan & Joyce have a number of incredible investment properties for sale in their ‘Wild Atlantic Way Autumn Auction’ on Tuesday September 27. Colm O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan & Joyce outlines that “there’s immense variety of gilt edged investment opportunities in Galway city and the county. This auction has a range of apartments and houses, some offices and retail units giving the sharp investor a great opportunity to buy properties with excellent rental yields.”

A view to behold at Collerans' next Auction

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Collerans' next Auction on Thursday, 13th October, will have a selection of City properties that will have broad appeal to first time buyers, investors, retirees and builders, due to their locations and attractive guide prices. 27 Pointe Boise on the Salthill promenade is an exclusive fourth floor apartment offering stunning views of Galway Bay, Clare Hills and Galway City skyline. This luxury apartment is accessed by a lift direct to the front door and comes with its own secure, underground car parking space. Accommodation includes two bedrooms with master bedroom ensuite with each bedroom having views of Galway Bay. The bright, spacious, open plan living, dining and kitchen area all overlooks the Bay and there is a generous balcony with room for table and chairs. Seldom do sea front apartments of this quality with such a spectacular vista come to the market, especially in Pointe Boise. If you are looking for a quality, gilt edge investment or an apartment to call home, when the views alone would do the heart good, then viewing of Pointe Boise is a must. AMV €245,000. Open Viewing on Saturday's 2.30 to 3.00pm.

Bidwell on track

Galway's Matt Bidwell continued his winning ways on the track, taking the Lust for Life 5k at Ballybrit Racecourse on Saturday.

Trade union president co-opted to Galway City Council

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Mark Lohan, the president of the Galway Council of Trade Unions, and chair of the Galway People's Resource Centre, has been co-opted for Sinn Féin on to Galway City Council, replacing Cllr Anna Marley, who recently announced she was standing down.

Local Artist Fiona Concannon captures Galway's natural beauty

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Fiona Concannon BA Hons, MFA, grew up in Spiddal, Co. Galway - an area renowned for it's outstanding natural beauty. Fiona left her much loved Spiddal to finesse her craft and studied Fine Art Painting at a variety of institutions, including the Limerick School of Art and Design, GMIT, Crawford College of Art and Design, The University of Ulster ad The National College of Art and Design.

The Senior football quarter-final championship draw and relegation draw was made on Sunday evening and it throws ups some exciting games with Corofin and Tuam Stars a game to look forward to. Senior

Keith Fallon of GCH and Damien O'Boyle of Craughwell AC are commencing athletics scholarships in the USA this month.

Beware of the Small Boutique

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What is it about entering small retailers that makes us a little uneasy? Perhaps I should rephrase: what is it about exiting small retailers empty-handed that makes us feel dreadfully uncomfortable and apologetic? Why does this discomfort sometimes turn us off even entering small shops and boutiques in the first place?

Shortages puts Garda district at breaking point

Loughrea Garda District is at breaking point because of severe staff shortages, according to Galway East TD Anne Rabbitte.

 

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