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Residential investment opportunities at O’Donnellan & Joyce auction

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O’Donnellan & Joyce will hold its next auction on April 17 where there will be many investment opportunities for the savvy investor.

Asylum seekers issue plea for change

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Asylum seekers living in Ballyhaunis, under a system described this week as ‘inhumane, unjust and unfair’, have brought their plight to the door of the Taoiseach’s constituency office.

Asylum seekers in Mayo issue plea for change

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Asylum seekers living in Ballyhaunis, under a system described this week as ‘inhumane, unjust and unfair’, have brought their plight to the door of the Taoiseach’s constituency office.

Deputy Mulherin rejects claim Taoiseach should have promoted more women

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Mayo Fine Gael deputy Michelle Mulherin has played down any suggestion that the Taoiseach should have elevated at least one woman from the backbenches to a junior ministerial role.

The essence of fresh local produce at Hughes SuperValu

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Living and working on the family farm all his life, Claregalway native Oisín Kenny has always had a passion for quality flavoursome foods grown without the use of chemicals, pesticides, and preservatives.

Councillors urged to show respect to the chair and get business done

While an amendment to a standing order to punish unruly councillors financially has been abandoned, as it was found to be legally unsound, many councillors agreed that a committment must be taken to ensure that business is done efficiently in a way that showed dignity and respect to the chair.

Lower Fairhill Road, c1895

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Lower Fairhill Road ran from Garra Glas in the heart of the Claddagh to the bridge over the canal at Dominick Street. Our photograph today, dated c1895, was taken roughly from where the traffic lights on Fr Griffin Road are today, looking towards Monroe’s.

A tribal book hamper for Christmas

THE NUMBER of books produced by Galway publishers or written by Galway authors over the last number of months has been as prolific as it has been varied and allows the Galway reading public the ideal opportunity to support local presses and writers, thus celebrating the scribes of their native city.

Child benefit costs too much because it rose to the height of luxury

With the Budget on December 7, An Taoiseach and his Cabinet are considering every option when it comes to cuts and taxes. Mr Kenny at the beginning of this week declared that any speculation regarding cuts in child benefit is 'purely speculation.' However a cut in child benefit seems very probable.

The Shadow of Pádraic Ó Conaire

FAMILY FOLKLORE has it that when Pádraic Ó Conaire was broke, a fairly frequent occurrence by all accounts, he would approach the grandfather Tom ‘Cork’ Kenny, co-founder and editor of the Connaught Tribune, hoping he would publish a story in the paper and pay him.

 

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