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Home seekers throughout Galway are in for a treat with O’Donnellan & Joyce's June auction. The auction on Friday June 12 will see some 60 properties across the west of Ireland going under the hammer during the all-day event in The Harbour Hotel.
The success of O’Donnellan and Joyce’s 2014 auctions looks set to continue as it gears up for its next auction on Friday April 17 in the Harbour Hotel (3pm).
O’Donnellan & Joyces auction attracted enormous interest when the agents placed 18 properties under the hammer in their November auction. The auction which was held in the Harbour Hotel, Galway and attracted interest both locally, nationally, and also internationally with large interest from Irish people overseas who viewed the auction live online on the agents’ website www.odonnjoyce.com. The auction room itself was packed to capacity with standing room only.
O’Donnellan & Joyce’s auction attracted enormous interest on Friday last when the agent placed 18 properties under the hammer. The auction, which was held in the Harbour Hotel, attracted interest locally, nationally, and internationally with significant interest from Irish people overseas who viewed the auction live online on the agent’s website www.odonnjoyce.com. The auction room was packed to capacity with standing room only.
O’Donnellan & Joyce is offering exceptional value for a number of Galway city properties which will be placed under the auction hammer on November 15 at 3pm in the Harbour Hotel, The Docks, Galway.
A quaint thatched cottage in the townland of Corranellistrum outside Moycullen Village is currently attracting much attention.
The NUI Galway Students’ Union Enterprise Awards competition is now entering its final stage as six finalists battle it out for a €20,000 investment fund to turn their ideas into reality.
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) this year awarded scholarships worth €67,000 to some 21 first year students in the college.
A man has sued singer Akon and two Galway companies over injuries allegedly suffered after the artist jumped from the stage while performing a gig in Dublin.
A Galway-based company which produced the world’s first Irish speaking teddy bear has won a top award in the Electronic toy category at the Practical Pre-school awards in the UK.