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DNG Maxwell, Heaslip & Leonard presents to the market this stunning two bedroom ground floor apartment which is being sold in immaculate condition throughout, having been recently modernised and excellently maintained by the current owners. No 200 Tur Uisce is located in a quality residential development on the east side of Galway city, close to all amenities including national and secondary schools, Dunnes Stores, Lidl, the Clayton Hotel, Galway Clinic, and a regular city bus route.
O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering this fabulous detached residence to the market in the sought-after area of Waterdale, Claregalway.
Songs From An Open Road is a weekend of music, talks and film which will explore the sources and examine the influence of what is often referred to as 'global music'. Audiences can look forward to an in depth look at the various hues of melody and rhythm that permeate our planet, from the dusty trails of eastern Europe and Georgian female Trio Mandilli and their stripped down popular folk harmonies, to the Fela Kuit inspired and Nigerian born Allen Taylor's Afro Beat Orchestra's pulsating beats and rhythms.
Castlebar Cycling Club is pleased to announce that its hugely popular Explore Mayo Cycle Sportive will take place this Saturday, August 20, having previously been postponed due to inclement weather last June.
Castlebar Cycling Club is pleased to announce that its hugely popular Explore Mayo Cycle Sportive will make a welcome return on June 25.
Councillors from the Castlebar Municipal District have said that they will join with local residents in the Keelogues area if a proposed five-week road closure to facilitate works on the new N5 goes ahead.
A bypass of Ballinrobe looks to be a long way away from happening - the elected members of the Claremorris-Swinford Municipal District were told this week.
A total of €628,389 has been allocated for repairs and improvement works on non-public roads in rural communities in Westmeath, as part of the Government’s ‘Our Rural Future’ project, local Fine Gael Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke, confirmed this week.
Seven towns and villages in Mayo are set to benefit from nearly €780,000 in funding under the Department of Community and Rural Development Town and Village Renewal Scheme.
For the first time since 2015 Mayo are preparing for a Connacht Senior Football Championship Final.