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A meeting of the National Public Health Emergency Team (NEPHET) this afternoon (Thursday) will decide whether Galway city and county will move to Level Three Covid-19 restrictions based on continued leaps in the 14-Day incidence rate.
Being offered to the market via private treaty, No 84 Grattan Park has been extended and enhanced to high standards. A traditional semidetached home, the property has been extended to avail of larger living and reception areas, an impressive master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and en suite, and has been upgraded throughout.
The "insane explosion of drinking in public places" in Galway will persist unless without the adoption of a strategy to tackle the issue by the Galway City Council, the gardaí, the HSE, and third-level institutions.
Fears that the Government will impose a county-wide lockdown on Galway have, throughout this week, hardened to a resigned certainty, after hundreds of students congregated in the Spanish Arch area in defiance of public health guidelines and social distancing requirements.
The Mayor and Chief Executive of Galway City Council convened an emergency virtual meeting on Tuesday morning of various agencies and interested parties in response to the incidents that occurred in Galway City on Monday night.
Mullery Auctioneers has recently brought to the market a two-bedroom second floor apartment with the benefit of a secure car parking space in Aengus House in The Docks.
O’Donnellan and Joyce Auctioneers' recent ‘virtual’ property auction, despite being held behind closed doors, was viewed by thousands courtesy of a high definition live video stream provided by the auction house.
The biggest surprise Anthony Ryan got when he re-opened his fashion shop after the lockdown was the demand for underwear.
DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is the chosen selling agent for No 11 New Road, located in Galway's West End. This is city centre living at its very best, with a host of extra features.
A new union has been launched in Galway describing itself as a new voice to improve the city and county