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These two women are chatting at the doorway of a Claddagh house on Dogfish Lane c1920. The lane is cobbled, the geese and hens are pecking around, the thatch roof is perfect, there are flowers on the windowsill, everything is calm and peaceful, but what are they talking about? Could it be about piseógs, about the ‘good people’, the fairies, the banshee?
Hands up all of you who remember the 1980s Save Galway Bay Group and what they were set up to do? If you thought it was the name for the latest pop sensation you are possibly a young Gossoon who would not be much interested in reading any further.
Galway Cycling Campaign have welcomed this funding prtobided by Government to stimulate employment and lead to some public realm improvements.
The importance of biodiversity, business, and bats dominated the opening of the second week of the An Bord Pleanala oral hearing into the proposed Galway City Ring Road (GCRR), held at the g Hotel.
A commitment to refurbish the lighthouse on Mutton Island, made this week, by the city manager Brendan McGrath, has been welcomed by Fianna Fáil Galway City West councillor, John Connolly.
Unlike the men executed after the 1916 Rising, there was little of the same idealisation given to the hundreds of men and women who died in the War of Independence, or, more emphatically, those executed during the regretable Civil War.
Overflows at the Mutton Island Waste Water Treatment Plant on Monday evening and Tuesday morning, following the exceptional heavy rainfall over the Bank Holiday weekend has led to a ban on swimming at Grattan Road beach.
Over the last six weeks the team of sales agents and marketers in O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers have been busy compiling information and generating adverts for the 62 lots that they will offer for sale by means of live public auction tomorrow at 12 noon in the Harbour Hotel in Galway city.
Adults, children, and public representatives cycled part of the route of the proposed Galway-Barna Greenway recently, to show their support for such a structure and to highlight issues of cyclists safety.
This is a rare opportunity to acquire a city residence in the historical area of Galway known as The Claddagh, overlooking South Park and enjoying views of Galway Bay and the north Clare coastline. The property currently comprises a two storey semidetached house on a large 600sq m site with detached garage and large gardens front and rear.