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O’Malley Construction showhouse opening in Tuairin, Roscam

O'Malley Construction Company Ltd is now releasing the first phase of new four bed A rated family homes at its newest development, Tuairin, which is located off the Coast Road in Roscam.

Fabulous owner occupied apartment in Lower Salthill

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DNG Maxwell, Heaslip & Leonard is offering to the market this most impressive one bedroom, first floor, apartment in the landmark Estoria House in Nile Lodge, Lower Salthill. Ideally located within walking distance of all amenities including shops, restaurants, cafes, and hotels, this apartment is also only a short walk from the beautiful Salthill Promenade and Galway city centre. It is also within walking distance or a short cycle of both NUIG and UHG.

Detached family home in popular Oranmore development

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This impressive four bedroom detached residence is located in the much sought after development of Oranhill, within walking distance of Oranmore village, the lovely Renville Park, and both Galway Bay golf and sailing clubs. Additionally, all services and amenities are to hand, to include national and secondary schools, shopping centres, restaurants, and excellent bus and rail links. It also benefits from nearby access to the M6 and M18 motorways and all major routes and is only 10km from Galway city.

More than fifty properties in O’Donnellan & Joyce Wild Atlantic Way spring auction

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O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has just launched its Wild Atlantic Way April auction. Buyers will be out in force to view the incredible selection of properties going under the hammer. The auction is set for Thursday April 18 in the Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway, and will feature an exceptional variety of properties from family homes to prime investments.

NUI Galway announces 2019 alumni award winners

NUI Galway has announced the winners of the 2019 Alumni Awards to be presented at the 20th annual Alumni Awards Gala Banquet on Saturday, April 13.

The Galway General Omnibus Company

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The first regular public transport service in Galway was run by the Galway and Salthill Tramway Company which started business on October 1, 1879, and by 1885 was being used by in excess of 105,000 passengers per year. During World War I, most of the company’s best horses were commandeered by the British Army and there was more and more competition from motorised vehicles, so the tramway ceased trading in April 1918.

Galway artist’s work takes pride of place in the capital’s Brooks Hotel

The work of Galway based artist Briane Bourke, an elected member of Aosdana and one of Ireland’s most accomplished and well regarded artists are found in the most important collections in Ireland and overseas and now have pride of place in the reception lobby of the Galway owned Brooks Hotel at Drury Street in Dublin 2.

More than thirty public car charging points now operational in Galway

The transition to electric vehicles (EVs) is being made easier thanks to a range of Government supports, Minister Ciaran Cannon has said.

Galway students represent voice of a new generation of Irish Travellers

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Two Galway students, PJ Mongan and Ian Mc Donagh, from Scholars Den’, an Outreach/Homework Club co-funded by GRETB & GCC were chosen to represent the voice of a new generation of young Travellers at a recently held exhibition in The Museum of Country Life in Turlough in Mayo.

Public’s views on Irish language plan sought for Galway city

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NUI Galway has launched a survey to gather the views of the public on the proposed Irish Language Plan for Galway City 2019-2026.


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