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Tomorrow (Friday) DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard will host the third of its 2015 auctions, and aims to continue the huge success it has enjoyed at its auctions this year. The team boast a 94 per cent sales rate at auction, the highest in the country since the beginning of 2015. Tomorrow's auction in the Raddison Blu Hotel will feature a mix of property with something to suit all spectrums of the market, and all with very attractive guide prices.
The auction team at DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard certainly are not sitting on their laurels after their hugely successful April auctions. While the Francis Street based agents had a 94 per cent sales rate, the highest in the country since the beginning of 2015, the team are immediately back into the fray with the launch of their June 5 auction, due to take place in the auction rooms in the Raddison Blu Hotel, Galway.
A District Court judge has ordered the confiscation of two phones after he noticed a man taking a photograph of him in court.
The Galway Modern Homes and Building Exhibition, which took place in Leisureland last weekend, was a great success with a large crowd of visitors attending the event over three days. They arrived with their house plans and met with the professionals with the expertise and advice for building, extending, or renovating their homes.
The first of this year’s county football semi-finals takes place this Sunday (4.15pm) at Tuam Stadium between Milltown and Corofin.
Following on from the success of its winter 2010 auctions, one of Galway city’s most progressive property groups is set to build on its momentum with its latest offerings in its spring 2011 auctions. Having had some excellent results last year on the auction floor, the city based firm, Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard, hopes to have another packed room taking advantage of the quality and value on offer in its March auction tomorrow.
A well known Galway hotel manager is due back in the High Court on Monday to contest his dismissal from a Dublin hotel on Christmas Eve.
Mervue United seek to consolidate their position in the top four of the Eircom League A Championship when they host a crunch tie on Sunday.
Though Mervue United have suffered two defeats in the past fortnight, there has been enough graft in their displays to suggest that an expensively-assembled Sporting Fingal can be rattled at Terryland Park tomorrow (7.45pm).
Heartened by an emphatic 3- 0 FAI Cup success over Finn Harps, Galway United will be seeking to enter the mid season break on a positive note by taking something from Saturday’s premier league clash with Shamrock Rovers at Tallaght Stadium.