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Lough Ree RNLI in salvage mode with Portrunny Harbour intervention

Lough Ree RNLI brought a drifting motor cruiser in close proximity to Portrunny Harbour to safety on Saturday night.

Salthill cycle tracks a win-win, says Galway Urban Greenway Alliance

Installing a temporary cycle track from Claddagh to Blackrock in Salthill will benefit thousands of locals and many local businesses in myriad ways, the Galway Urban Greenway Alliance said last evening.

Millions awarded in Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund to NUI Galway teams partnering with local companies

NUI Galway researchers and company partners have been awarded over €10.3 million in Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund (DTIF). The Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund was established under Project Ireland 2040 and is run by the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation with administrative support from Enterprise Ireland.

Two Galway projects placed in race for Ireland’s favourite building

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Two Galway buildings finished in the top three in the race to find the winning project in the 2020 RIAI Public Choice Award announced by The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) this week.

Turnkey Claregalway home available to view

DNG Maxwell, Heaslip & Leonard presents this immaculate semidetached property in the ever popular River Oaks development, located in the centre of Claregalway village. It is within walking distance of an impressive array of amenities, including the Claregalway Hotel, supermarkets, restaurants, church, cafes, sporting clubs, and the local national and secondary school. It also offers easy access to the Galway Technology Park at Parkmore and the major employment hub on the east side of Galway city which is within 6km, as well as nearby access to the M6, M17, and M18 motorways and all commuter towns.

Bungalow style home in a prime location on Taylor’s Hill

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No 31 Hazelwood offers a rare opportunity to acquire a detached bungalow style residence in a prime Galway city location. Part of a development of detached homes built in the late 1990s by TBD Construction, the development is mature and settled.

O’Donnellan & Joyce auction season off to a flying start

O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers, Ireland’s largest independent auction house, hosted its first live property auction following the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions on Friday last, July 3. The auction was set to take place behind closed doors with phone, internet, and proxy bidders initially invited to participate; however the plans changed and the live auction went ahead thanks to the accelerated Government roadmap which allowed for a large public gathering to take place while adhering to social distancing measures.

Galway Recovery College – online recovery education sessions

Galway Recovery College offers transformative learning in mental health and wellbeing. Recovery education is designed to enable people to grow within and beyond their life experiences and challenges. Based in the Institute for Life Course and Society building (ILAS), NUI Galway, the college is unlikely to be able to reopen before September. Since April it has been offering recovery education sessions online via Zoom.

Galway gives Royals a second-half roasting

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This was a period of football success in Galway, contesting three All Ireland finals in four seasons. Meath, too, were confident - this their third All Ireland final in six years, and having beaten Cork in 1999 when they won their ninth title. However, John O'Mahony's Tribesmen prevailed to claim their 13th crown. Interestingly neither county has contested an All Ireland football final since with Kerry and Dublin dominating.

The City I Want Galway to be After Covid-19

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Phyl Kennedy Bruen


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