Search Results for 'McInerney'
21 results found.
A young horse, left in severe distress as a head collar had embedded itself into its face leaving a deep wound, had bolted from the land owned by a farmer who had been unable to give a closer inspection, the Galway District Court heard this week.
McInerney Homes has been building homes for more than 100 years and has been building in Galway since 1965. Since this time McInerney Homes has built more than 3,000 homes in Galway city. The company’s reputation for building quality, affordable, homes can be recognised in the well established community of Renmore.
Bank of Ireland is hosting its second National Enterprise Week from Monday May 24 to Friday May 28. It will feature advice seminars along with showcasing opportunities in branches for business owners,to be held across its retail branch network. The initiative has been recognised as part of European SME Week 2010, which takes place across Europe between May 25 and June 1.
Peterswell Presbytery is a rare gem. The presbytery, together with its adjacent two bedroom coach house, is being offered for sale by private treaty with McInerney auctioneers, Gort.
New to the market in recent weeks with Mullery auctioneers, this spacious owner occupied residence is situated in the popular Túr Uisce development in Doughiska. Built by McInerney Homes, the development is maintained to an exceptionally high standard and boasts extensive landscaping throughout. The location is adjacent to a magnificent amenity and recreational area which includes park, playground, and tennis court, and is within easy walking distance of Briarhill Shopping Centre, hotels, and shops.
Bun na Coille is a development of distinction from McInerney Homes, one of Ireland’s largest home builders. The elevated site is nestled in mature woodlands in Moycullen and affords expansive views of Lough Corrib.
Minister Eamon Ó Cuív will be on hand today to launch Where No One Can Hear You Scream, the first book by Galway born author and Sunday Times journalist Sarah McInerney.
There was a time when my heart was set on living in the West. As a child I was brought on holiday to Connemara and it took my breath away. The Twelve Pins, Clifden, Lough Corrib and Kylemore, the mountains and the valleys were all places of profound beauty that touched my soul.
A Newcastle man who had been trespassing in a neighbour’s house ran back upstairs, jumped into a bed, and pretended to be asleep when he saw gardai coming, the Galway District Court heard this week.
McInerney auctioneers, Gort are instructed to offer for sale by way of private treaty one a unique and picturesque home. Located at Capacasheen, Normangrove, Kinvara, is this wonderfully charming country home. Originally built c1900 and used as a barn, the property came to life in the seventies when it was totally refurbished into this cosy home with a strong emphasis on traditional stone and timber work throughout.