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With strong Galway connections, Brooks Hotel, an award winning four star hotel situated in the heart of Dublin city, celebrates 21 years in business this year.
A new study undertaken by researchers at the UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre at NUI Galway (UCFRC) assessed the attitudes and values of 700 12 to 16 year old youths in Ireland with regard to empathy, social values and civic behaviour.
Legal history will be made in March, as the Supreme Court will sit outside a courthouse for the first time since it returned to the Four Courts in 1932. This will also be the first time it sits in Galway and only the third time the court will sit outside of Dublin.
UPCOMING GALWAY based company Brú Theatre will premiere its new play, Selvage, in Druid’s Mick Lally Theatre. Developed as part of the Druid FUEL programme, and funded by the Arts Council and the Galway City Council, it will be Brú’s third production since it formed in 2018.
The increasing congestion on Galway's roads over recent decades has led for calls for more new roads to be constructed, demands for an increase in capacity on city commuter routes, and for building an outer-bypass, the latest incarnation of which is again before An Bord Pleanala.
O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering a unique opportunity to acquire for letting a magnificent, superbly located office development close to the city centre.
O’Donnellan & Joyce's Wild Atlantic Way spring auction is just around the corner. Set for Friday March 1 at 2pm, open viewings were extremely busy this past weekend, with viewers taking particular interest in the large family homes on offer.
Galway farmers are facing a cut of at least five per cent in the CAP budget in the next financial round of the payment, which runs from 2021 – 2027. However a leading Galway TD has warned the actual cut may be far higher.
“This fine building, which is superior to most provincial seats of justice, stands at Newtown-Smith, on the site of the ancient and venerable abbey of the Franciscans, which by the Charter of Charles II ‘is to be and remain part of the County of Galway forever’. It was commenced in 1812, and on 1st of April, 1815, was opened for the reception of the then going judges of assize.
Clodagh Higgins has been confirmed as Fine Gael's second candidate for Galway City West in May's Local Elections, finally bringing to an end the long held speculation the party would field a running mate for Cllr Pearce Flannery.