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Tributes paid to campaigner Padraic de Bhaldraithe

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Tributes have been paid by President Higgins to Padraic de Bhaldraithe of Barna who passed away this week and whose funeral Is taking place today.

Blackrock Cottage summer launch a great success

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Blackrock Cottage announced details of some exciting new initiatives at its summer launch event this week.

Spacious home with adaptable accommodation in Spiddal

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This very attractive four bedroom dormer bungalow offers beautiful views of the countryside towards the hills of Clare and Galway Bay.

Magnificent Forster Street house for sale

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Rarely do such fine period residences come to the market in Galway city. Forster Street House is one of the finest, its a Victorian residence over three storeys providing extensive quality accommodation laden with original features and full of character and charm.

Family of Claddagh man, Paul McNamara raise vital funds in his name

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Described as a 'fit and healthy man who loved his cycling as well as life', Paul McNamara was just 49 years old when he died, his life cut short following a ruptured brain aneurysm on July 7, 2022.

Mad Dub to swim Aran for lifeboat

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Luxury apartment with breathtaking views

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Every so often a very special property comes to the market, and No 12 Aengus House is one of these rare gems.

Unrivalled views of Galway Bay in an A2 rated home

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A stunning, architecturally unique home, perched on the water’s edge in picturesque Furbo, with 180-degree views of Galway Bay, taking in the Aran Islands and across the bay to Aughinish Island to the hills of Clare, along the beautiful Wild Atlantic Way, has just come to the market through DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard, Galway.

Galway in song

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Our first illustration today is of the cover of the sheet music for the song ‘Galway Bay’ as sung by Bing Crosby. It was written by Dr Arthur Colohan, apparently in memory of his brother who was drowned somewhere near Seapoint. I have also been told that it got its first airing in the hotel at the top of Prospect Hill. It seems Colohan, a medical student, was in there with a group of his fellow undergraduates when he told them he had written a song and sat down at the piano to play and sing it for them. The legend is that they fell all over the place laughing. He of course had the last laugh as his song became one of the world’s best sellers, topping the charts in Britain in1950.

Wonderful sea views at the Connemara Coast Hotel

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Enjoy oceanside weddings at the picturesque Connemara Coast Hotel.

 

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