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Cost of maintaining public toilets twice as expensive in the county

The cost of maintaining 14 public toilets across Galway county is almost double that of maintaining 15 public facilities in the city. Figures released by Galway County Council reveal the full cost of operating the toilets in 2014 was €298,226, while data released by the city council show the total cost to maintain its public facilities in 2014 amounted to just over €158,000.

Ashford is on top of the world with new award

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Ashford Castle in Cong has been named one of the world's best hotels by the prestigious New York travel publication, Travel + Leisure.

CWS-boco expands core business as it acquires parts of Celtic Linen Ltd

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In order to strengthen CWS-boco’s market position in Ireland and continue to promote growth in its core business, the CWS-boco Group has made an important investment in the Irish market. From August 31, CWS-boco Ireland will be taking over the workwear, washroom hygiene, and dust control mat contracts currently serviced by the Irish company Celtic Linen Ltd. 

Galway WFC to host open trials this Sunday

Galway Women's FC will be holding open trials on Sunday (July 12 ) at 2pm in Laurel Park, Newcastle. 

The Galway Fishery

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The first documented reference to the Galway Fishery is found in the Pipe Rolls, a collection of financial records maintained by the British Treasury. The Rolls of 1283 AD refer to the fishery at the time being part of the property of Walter De Burgo. The fishery passed through several ownerships until 1521 when Henry VIII granted a licence to Janet and Anthony Lynch to have three nets upon the river of Galway between the bridge and the sea and to build one water mill upon the river wherever they thought proper. In 1570 Elizabeth I granted the mayor, bailiffs, and commonality of the town and their successors “The customs of one salmon every Wednesday out of the Great Weir, a salmon every Saturday out of the High Weir, a salmon every Friday out of the ‘hale’ (haul) net and as many eels as shall be taken in one day out of twenty eel weirs.”

Another large turnout at the Connacht Property Auction 

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A crowd of some 120 people turned up to the latest Connacht Property Auction, held last Thursday in the Menlo Park Hotel. In total there were 24 properties offered for sale across Connacht including several Galway properties. With an 88 per cent sold ratio at the February auction and 92 per cent at the April auction, the auction team were expecting another big turnout and they were not disappointed. The auction room was full with the crowd spilling into the registration area at the back of the room.

A little bit of Galway goes international— Clayton brand to be ruled out across top hotel chain

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One of Galway’s iconic hotels is to be honoured by having its name used across a chain of hotels turning it into the largest hotel brand in the country.

Councillors want legal advice on LIS quagmire

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The elected members of the West Mayo Municipal District have asked Mayo County Council to obtain legal advice after a Local Improvement Scheme (LIS) work on a private road in Kilmeena had been held up, because one of the residents on the road refused to give their approval for the work to take place.

Out patient waiting lists soar at MGH

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More than one in four people on the out-patient waiting list for Mayo General Hospital have been waiting more than a year for their appointment.

Fine Gael/Labour the most likely victors of Election 2016

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With summer upon us and the political season drawing to a close, it is an opportune time for Insider to take the political temperature and to speculate about what may lie ahead. This review is of course given an added edge by the fact that, at some point in the next nine months or so, what is likely to one of the most unpredictable general elections in the history of the State will be held.

 

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