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O’Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a beautiful detached property located on the shores of Lough Corrib. Fooranagh is a detached cottage which has been tastefully refurbished and modernised while maintaining its old world character and charm. Located on the scenic Glann Road, Oughterard, the house is set back from the water and enjoys stunning views of the lake and the surrounding landscape.
THE BALDONNEL Singers will perform a fundraising concert, in aid of Domestic Violence Response, in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church, on Saturday February 7 at 8pm.
The former honorary Consul of France, who now lives in Oughterard, has recently been elected consular councillor for the French citizens in Ireland.
Two local groups have joined forces to organise a city event which will highlight the prevalence and impact of domestic violence on women and children. The issue affects one in five women in Ireland.
Accusations of “mudslinging” have been levelled at Fianna Fáil in Connemara after elements within the party accused a Fine Gael candidate of “ageism”.
A thriving yet tranquil village in the heart of County Galway, Moycullen is perfectly located, halfway between the busy city of Galway and the historic village of Oughterard, the gateway to Connemara. Situated only 10km from Galway city, it is an ideal base for those working in the city. It provides easy access to Clifden, the rugged Atlantic coastline, and the majestic wilderness of Connemara. With a wealth of shops, award winning restaurants, and pubs, Moycullen offers residents a great blend of tranquillity and activity.
The inaugural Mayfly 10k Challenge takes place on Saturday ( 2.30pm) along the shores of Lough Corrib in the picturesque village of Oughterard.
Ray O’Shaughnessy of Cuchulainn CC claimed this year’s victory, denying Galway’s Derek Joyce in the third annual Ras Connemara and Gerry Clancy Memorial Cup.
DOIRE PRESS has announced that Gerry Galvin’s debut crime novel Killer à la Carte will launch in Galway on Saturday. Described as a dark humoured crime thriller, Killer à la Carte introduces us to James Livingstone Gall, a respected restaurant critic, creative chef, and serial killer, matched in evil by Claudia Catalano, heiress to a hotel empire. We wine and dine with them and watch as they kill with ease and impunity.
Oughterard murder investigation continues with suspects questioned after gardai swoop to make arrests
One man charged, two released, and a total of six arrests made, the investigation into the murder of popular school teacher and publican John Kenny has continued unabated, with three people, still being questioned by gardai last evening, expected to soon be charged or released.