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Colleran auctioneers have just been favoured with the sale of an exclusive seafront apartment at No 28 Pointe Boise overlooking Salthill Promenade. This fourth floor apartment offers stunning views of Galway Bay, the Clare hills, and the Galway city skyline.
Local TD and Minister of State at the Department of Transport Hildegarde Naughton has confirmed that €107 million is being allocated for two local educational projects in Galway. Minister Naughton was speaking after receiving confirmation from her colleague, the Minister for Further & Higher Education, Simon Harris TD, who is in Galway today to mark these announcements.
Mary Nash CEO of Galway Hospice is the driver of a Volvo C40, the burgundy hatch still looks good for a 151. It’s the latest in a long line of motors owned by the Limerick native. Her first being a Rover, automatic recommended by her brother The Mechanic. The wild Rover only lasted 18 months and was replaced by a little black Toyota Corolla ‘Betsy’
Keane Mahony Smith presents this stunning city centre three bedroom apartment with outstanding views over Galway Harbour, Galway Bay, and the hills of Clare.
Galway is emerging as Ireland’s “innovation capital”, according to a government minister, after more than half of the €40 million allocated to disruptive technology projects nationwide this week was awarded to consortia based in the county.
Advertisements for consultants for the progression of the Kingston Master Plan will be placed in the coming weeks, it was confirmed this week.
PhD Researchers in the University of Galway will deliver a petition which calls for the immediate reversal of the Graduate Teaching Policy (GTA) to the president, Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh and deputy president and registrar, Pól Ó Dochartaigh.
CATU Galway is having an AGM on November 15 in Aras na Gael and online from 6:30-8pm.
One of the great pleasures to have returned for many over the last year has been the live gig. There truly is nothing like it, a room full of people entranced collectively by their favourite artist, seemingly playing just for them, only a few feet away.
University of Galway's autumn postgraduate open day takes place on Tuesday November 8 from 12 noon to 3pm in the Bailey Allen Hall. The open day will have a strong focus on the affordability of postgraduate studies and the multiple funding and scholarship opportunities that future students should explore when considering investing in their education and career.