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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.
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.
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.
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.
The transition to electric vehicles (EVs) is being made easier thanks to a range of Government supports, Minister Ciaran Cannon has said.
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.
NUI Galway has launched a survey to gather the views of the public on the proposed Irish Language Plan for Galway City 2019-2026.
GALWAY THEATRE Festival will officially launch its Creative Europe project - Make A Move - on Wednesday March 27 at 4.30pm in the O’Donoghue Centre, NUI Galway.
'I CAN And I Will', the new single from Connemara singer-songwriter Seanie Vaughan, is out today, with all proceeds from the single, as well as from his upcoming gigs, going to Down Syndrome Ireland.
Hi Helen, here from the Banner County. My Grandfather came from Patch, Glenmaddy so I have a big connection with Galway. This year I’m celebrating 10 years in this friendly and most charming City waxing the men and women of the West in my Salon ‘Elure Beauty’ on the Docks. Having graduated from RTC Galway as a Chef I worked in Kirwans Lane Restaurant which I thoroughly enjoyed. This really spurred on my love for gastronomy for which Galway is now famed for and makes living in the city a delight. After spending a few years travelling I changed my career to Beauty Therapy. Having qualified in Beauty Therapy I returned to Australia to specialise in waxing. To my delight I came second in Image Magazine ‘Best Hair Removal’ category soon after opening in Galway. I fell in love with the buskers, friendliness, food and craic of Galway City. I love every day here especially the stories and laughs I share with my clients. Being on the Wild Atlantic Way just tops off this unique City. No greater place on Earth. I am so proud of my Galway heritage and being associated with the City of the Tribes. Gallimh Abu