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Atlantic Technological University will host a free public seminar on the skills needs of the traditional building sector in Ireland at its Galway city campus next month. The seminar, on Friday, June 3, will be followed on June 4 with a demonstration of traditional skills at the Irish Workhouse Centre in Portumna.
A man accused of murdering a pensioner in her farmhouse will stand trial in January next year.
The first O’Donnellan & Joyce live stream auction of 2022 is set to take place on Friday February 25 at 12 noon. The auction catalogue has something for everyone. According to Colm O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers, “there is tremendous value on offer throughout Galway city and county and further afield.” A large number of properties will go under the hammer on the day with a variety of residential and commercial properties suitable for owner occupiers and investors.
With the first of the Irish summer property auctions hardly over, O’Donnellan & Joyce is gearing up for the next live stream auction, set to take place on Friday July 23 at 12 noon. With just over 40 lots promised to go under the hammer on the day, the auction catalogue promises to have something for everyone. July’s mix of auction properties for sale include farmlands, former Garda stations, commercial premises, country homes, urban pads, and even a cottage on Inishbofin. The full auction catalogue is available to view on www.odonnjoyce.com.
The Connacht Property Auction will hold its online auction next week, and according to the auction team inquiry levels have been extremely strong over the last couple of months.
The Connacht Property Auction is fast approaching on September 17 and the current list of auction properties are already seeing increased levels of viewings and interest.
Live NUI Galway Event on the COVID-19 One Health Challenge
Cathaoirleach of Galway County Council, Cllr James Charity, welcomed the recent funding allocation for Clifden and Portumna, noting that the investment would provide significant enhancement to both areas, but would also benefit the entire county.
A hotel that was destroyed by fire in 2011 and which has been “an eyesore” for almost a decade, has now received planning permission for a complete re-development and refurbishment.
An East Galway TD has welcomed confirmation that the Gate Lodge at Portumna Castle is to be re-developed as a new visitors` reception area.