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It is rare that houses in The Maples are offered for sale, so it is not surprising that Don Colleran is reporting strong interest in No 58 since viewings commenced last week. This attractively styled, well designed, modern townhouse is tucked away in a private cul de sac at the rear of the very desirable development of The Maples with its beautiful landscaping and large mature trees.
The travails of Glenamaddy-native property developer Ray Grehan continue this week with the news that NAMA has moved to halt the sale of a New York apartment beside the Rockefeller Center, owned by Mr Grehan and his wife, which could fetch almost $1m if sold.
Sherry FitzGerald Kavanagh is currently offering No 9 Devon Gardens, Salthill. Devon Gardens has long been regarded as one of Galway's most enviable addresses. Buying into Devon Gardens is not just buying a property, you will also be buying a quality of life, just walking distance to the sea, the city centre, schools of all levels, and the university, this truly is an exceptional location.
Fourteen suspended sentences, €6,550 in fines, and €400 in charitable donations were the orders handed down by Judge Olann Kelleher arising out of the Grange feud incident of May 2008 which happened just weeks before the infamous Dalton Park riot.
A family day is taking place on Sunday May 3, over the Bank Holiday weekend and all are invited to attend.
Druid’s production of Martin McDonagh’s The Cripple Of Inishmaan has received 11 nominations from such prestigious New York theatre awards as Lucille Lortel, Outer Critics Circle, Drama League, and Drama Desk.
Woodstock Gardens are the site of a temporary public art project this July which will culminate in a unique event celebrating the gardens and the people who created them.
The friends of Croí, Ballyhaunis and District invite you to participate in an 8km sponsored walk on Sunday October 11 in aid of local heart charity Croí.
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GRAMMY AWARD winning artist Tom Chapin has been described as “the pied piper of children’s music”. His recordings aimed at four to 11-year-olds and their families have brought him worldwide acclaim.