Search Results for 'John ge Kirwan'
8 results found.
THE FIRST in a series of exhibitions under the Government’s art and culture ‘Getting Through Covid-19 Together’ campaign opens in the Eyre Square Shopping Centre from today, Thursday October 15.
THE FIRST paragraph of this fascinating book reads: “Galway is unique among Irish cities in possessing a map that not just provides a bird’s-eye view of the urban landscape at a critical juncture in its history, but also offers insights into cultural, socio-political, and religious outlooks of the town’s ruling elite at this time. The printed map is a glorification of Galway, a celebration of its importance, wealth and power in the years immediately preceding its surrender to parliamentary forces in 1652. That it was made to impress is evinced not only in the visual impact of the heraldic embellishments and decorative artistry employed but also in the wealth of detail recorded, much of which might otherwise remain unknown."
Following another very successful auction by Colleran auctioneers where all properties sold, including one for €100,000 in excess of its guide price, Don Colleran is now looking to talk to anyone thinking of selling a property in Galway city, as he has a number of cash and loan approved buyers anxious to acquire similar homes or investments in established areas in and around the city centre.
FOLLOWING HIS triumphant and powerful concert at Leisureland last Saturday, John Grant has made good on the promise he made to the audience that night when he said he would "see you sooner rather than later".
Rents in Galway city are the second highest in the State, according to a the Residential Tenancies Board Ireland’s rent index for the third quarter of 2018, which has just been published.
A parcel of land near Athenry will be sold by the Galway GAA to reduce the organisation's debt.
Those responsible for spraying neo-Nazi graffiti in Galway city centre over recent weeks will not be allowed "gain any political foothold in this city" and if they "attempt to organise openly in the light of day, they will be met with overwhelming disgust and revulsion".
Galway WFC head to the capital on Sunday to take on UCD Waves in the last game of the season.