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Tomorrow (Friday) will see DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard host its second auction of 2015 featuring 30 properties throughout the west of Ireland, on what promises to be an action packed afternoon.
Leading estate agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard has reported large turnouts at the latest series of open viewings for its April 24 auctions in the Radisson Blu Hotel. Billed as one of the most exciting mix of properties to come to the market in the west of Ireland for some time, the city centre based agent is three weeks into the marketing campaign and the team are delighted with the turnout so far.
Until recent times there was widespread belief in fairies; both the malignant and the more innocent kind. Many people believed that the fairies would steal away certain children, or an adult, and replace them with a changeling. These beliefs were mostly found in rural communities; and were often an attempt to explain, or to invite compassion or ‘kindness’ for a handicapped child, or someone who was temporarily ‘not themselves.’ The phrases used to describe this transformation are various; but locally included the words ‘touched’, or ‘swept’, or ‘taken’.
Eighty charities who are all members of the MyLegacy organisation, in partnership with 400 solicitors, are joining forces for the third year running to encourage the people of Mayo to make a will and consider leaving a gift to their favourite charity, regardless of size and after family and friends have been looked after.
This medieval street dates back as far as the 16th century and is believed to be one of only five medieval lanes that still exist in the city out of an original 14. It is considered by historians and archaeologists to be one of the richest areas “in terms of its medieval layout, building design and street plan”. It evidently received its name from the Kirwan family, one of only two of ‘the tribes’ who were of Gaelic origin. They were successful merchants and landowners who moved into the city around 1490, and whose wealth helped Galway reach the peak of its splendour during the 16th and 17th centuries.
If you are looking for some gorgeous new shoes call into Shoes in the City, Mill Lane, Castlebar, which has just opened up shop.
A Castlebar man had a 28 day suspended prison sentence imposed on him after he pleaded guilty to a number of public order offences in Castlebar District Court this week. Paul Ludden of 89B Chestnut Grove, Castlebar, was arrested by gardai on April 24 after failing to follow their instruction to go home on a number of occasions. Garda Kate Conlon told the court that she arrested Ludden after she met him on Main Street, Castlebar, at 3.40am, she found him in an intoxicated state and asked him his name and told him to go home, which he refused to do. He became agressive and started shouting and roaring before he kicked a bin, she eventually arrested him on Mill Lane, just off the Main Street. He was transported to the Garda station in the back of a patrol car. Garda Ger Dillion gave evidence to the court that after initially being quiet when he was put in the car and had a pair of handcuffs placed on him, Ludden became agressive resulting in Garda Dillion having to pin him against the side of the car for his own protection and of the driver. He also told the court that it took three gardai to get Ludden from the patrol car into the station, and even when he was taken inside the station he continued to be abusive and agressive towards the gardai.
Platinum Hairdressing, Castlebar, launches mid-week special offers for spring/summer 2010 to ensure that your hair looks vibrant and glossy all week long.
A local councillor has asked the town council to take an urgent look at a dangerous situation on Mill Lane, where the entrance to a public house opens directly onto a public road.
KCAT Art and Study Centre celebrates ten years of inclusive arts and drama practise this Saturday, August 8 at the Abbey Meadow, Mill Lane in Callan.