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Continued success at Colleran auctions

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Don Colleran’s final auction of the year completed what was a very successful year for property sales in Galway. While the focus of this auction was on investors wishing to avail of the capital gains tax exemption before the end of the year, previous auctions held by Colleran’s during the year highlighted the huge demand the company has for quality family homes around the city.

Galway needs a second level Educate Together school says Nolan

Galway West TD Derek Nolan has supported calls for a second level Educate Together School in Galway.

From Glen to win

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It was a wild, winter’s night. Brian and Luke Comer’s hands were bleeding and they were crying with tiredness and pain. They were being battered from all directions by torrential rain. But they continued to plaster. It was 4am and the teenagers from Glenamaddy, who often worked 17-hour days, knew they had to get the Kerry Co-Op job finished.

The Comer brothers — the gift that keeps on giving for Galway FC

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The billionaire Glenamaddy brothers who are funding Galway FC to the tune of €300,000 over a three year period said this week they plan to extend their sponsorship of the city based League of Ireland side in the future.

Knocknacarra woman in Miss Ireland final

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A Knocknacarra woman could be celebrating her 21st birthday in style later this month if she walks away with the much-coveted Miss Ireland title.

FG candidate Michelle Murphy urges vote for jobs and stability

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Michelle Murphy, Fine Gael Local Election candidate in Galway City West, is urging Galwegians to vote for jobs, stability and growth for their local region when considering their No 1 vote tomorrow.

Income protection with Hennelly Finance

It makes sense to insure one’s home, car and family against the unexpected, and Hennelly Finance is a financial broker based in Knocknacarra giving independent advice and access to the best products in the market at competitive premiums.

A good year for Galway’s residential market

This year has proven to be a turning point for the Galway housing market. After six years of falling prices, price inflation has re-emerged most notably in Galway city. The first nine months of 2013 saw the first period of positive annual price growth in the Galway housing market since 2006. Early indications suggest that the Galway city market has grown by more than 10 per cent during 2013. The strength of price growth in Galway city is fuelled by a shortage of supply.

Strong demand for houses, say Mullery’s auctioneers

If you are thinking of selling up, Mullery’s auctioneers is urgently seeking residential properties for sale to meet current demand. Its agents report strong demand for houses in all areas of the city. There are shortages of houses on the market in areas such as Knocknacarra, Roscam, Renmore, Salthill, The Claddagh, Shantalla and Newcastle. There is also an improving demand for apartments in the city centre and suburbs from both investors and first-time buyers. Larger detached family homes in areas such as Knocknacarra, Salthill, Roscam and Oranmore, are sought by families looking to trade up from smaller homes.

New tennis Triple Crown winner

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Galway has a new Triple Crown winner in Galway Lawn Tennis Club member Donal McGoldrick.


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