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Colourful Gogarty escapes death by a whisker

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A precocious and cleverly witty Trinity student in a yellow waistcoat, Oliver St John Gogarty, was to become a close friend of Sinn Féin's founder Arthur Griffith. At its first historic meeting, November 28 1905, Gogarty proclaimed against the 'tyranny of the British government', in the grand manner of a Cicero addressing the Roman senate. But so moving and compelling were his words that when Griffith reported the meeting in his newspaper The United Irishman, Gogarty's speech was the only one he quoted. And he did so at length.

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Deputy Michelle Mulherin helped a Ballina fashion team wow on the runway and scoop a top award in the Shelbourne Hotel recently.

Hotel Westport wins national award

Hotel Westport has scooped the coveted AA (Automobile Association), Courtesy and Care Award for 2013/2014. The award was presented by Minister for Tourism, Leo Veradkar at a ceremony in the Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin, on Wednesday September 25.

First bumper Allsop Space auction of 2013 Roger Whittaker to sell his Galway home at auction

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The first auction of 2013, in what will be the largest auction held in Ireland to date, will feature a massive 155 properties, comprising 109 residential and 49 commercial lots with a combined reserve of €15.4 million, and will include 73 houses, 27 apartments, 24 retail, seven pubs, and two hotels.

Mayo crèche wins top award

The SMA Know-How maternity and infant awards 2012 took place on Friday November 16 at the Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin, with Ballyglass Community Childcare Centre from Mayo picking up the Best Community Crèche Award. The awards celebrate inspiring individuals who have touched the lives of those around them, and recognise the leading maternity products and services as voted for by the public.

Loughrea teenager launches cookbook to raise funds for children of Russia

Thirteen-years-old Alex McLoughlin is launching a children’s cookbook to raise money for The Children of Russia Fund.

Galway Bay Hotel receives special merit for excellence in customer service

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Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill, was yet again recognised for its excellent standards of service at the CIE Tours International Awards of Excellence ceremony in the Shelbourne Hotel.

Country cottage on offer from just €7,500 at Dublin auction

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A country cottage in Leitrim is to be offered for sale at a reserve price of €7,500 at an upcoming property auction, due to take place in Dublin at the Shelbourne Hotel on Thursday March 1, which will include a number of ‘distressed properties’; also on offer are three Enniscrone Marella Holiday Village two-four bedroom houses, whose individual reserve price is not to exceed €55,000, as well as a Galway city centre two-bed townhouse, located over the Eyre Square Shopping Centre, starting at just €75,000. Also included is a vacant flat in Clifden, €55,000. No Mayo properties are included on the list.

Athlone company shortlisted for industry awards

Following a record 400 entries from across Ireland, 30 local independent retailers have excelled in their field and made the shortlist for the industry’s biggest event - Ireland’s Forecourt & Convenience Retailer Awards 2011.

O’Donnellan and Joyce to hold the largest property auction in the west of Ireland

After last weeks auction in the Shelbourne Hotel where more than 80 properties were sold, auction fever is starting to buzz around the country. O’Donnellan and Joyce is one of Galway’s leading auctioneers for selling properties by public auction, and will hold the largest auction of family homes in the west of the country when nine homes will be placed under the hammer. Colm O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan and Joyce auctioneers says “We have tremendous variety at this auction from a detached house in need of refurbishment at Wellpark Grove at a price of €80,000 to a magnificent detached family home on 1.17 acres in Corcullen for in the region of €725,000.”


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