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€15,000 an acre achieved for 64.55 acre holding at Moneymore, Oranmore

What has been described as a record for agricultural land in the last three years was achieved on Friday at a packed auction room in the Oranmore Lodge Hotel. The auction of c64.55 acres at Bushfield and Moneymore East, Oranmore, achieved a record price of more than €15,000 an acre.

Oranmore lands that hosted the original Galway Races for sale

Lands with a historic link to the Galway Races will be auctioned for sale on November 4 in Oranmore.

Mick Lally’s last TV work to feature on TG4

The late, great, Mick Lally, will be remembered on TG4 next week with the broadcast of Cairdeas, the final television work in which he starred.

Entrepreneurship Forum 2010 — one stop shop for emerging entrepreneurs

The 2010 Entrepreneurship Forum, aimed at new innovative companies and individuals with business ideas, will be held in the Galway Technology Centre on Tuesday May 25 from 4pm to 7pm.

Entrepreneurship Forum 2010 — one stop shop for emerging entrepreneurs

The 2010 Entrepreneurship Forum, aimed at new innovative companies and individuals with business ideas, will be held in the Galway Technology Centre on Tuesday May 25 from 4pm to 7pm.

The Connacht Tribune, one hundred years

The first issue of the Connacht Tribune was published on May 22, 1909. The newspaper was housed in Market Street, originally known as North Street (the Tribune side was known as North Street West). We know from the 1651 map that the site it occupied was originally part of the Athy Castle, also the castle belonging to the French family and part of the convent occupied by the Poor Clares. There was an underground passage from the convent running under Market Street and branching underground to St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church. This enabled the nuns who were and are an enclosed order, to attend services in the church, and to use the tunnel as a hiding place in times of persecution.

The Connacht Tribune, one hundred years

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The first issue of the Connacht Tribune was published on May 22, 1909. The newspaper was housed in Market Street, originally known as North Street (the Tribune side was known as North Street West). We know from the 1651 map that the site it occupied was originally part of the Athy Castle, also the castle belonging to the French family and part of the convent occupied by the Poor Clares. There was an underground passage from the convent running under Market Street and branching underground to St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church. This enabled the nuns who were and are an enclosed order, to attend services in the church, and to use the tunnel as a hiding place in times of persecution.

It's Maxx-imum impact – job boost as clothes chain opens in new CityPoint complex

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ONE of Galway's biggest retail developments ever opens its doors this morning when the massive TK Maxx store opens in the CityPoint complex at Eyre Square.

 

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