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By the 16th century Galway was a compact, well laid out town, with handsome buildings, protected by a strong wall. The wealth of the so called Tribal families, originally Anglo/Normans, built up over decades of canny, and adventurous trade, bought them total control of the municipal authorities. Loyalty to the English crown rubber-stamped their laws to keep the native Irish out of the town. They built large houses in a style that reflected their power, while meeting the aesthetic standards of their European contemporaries. Galway was a place apart from the rest of the island.
Heskin auctioneers brings this prime ground floor retail unit (Unit 14H) to the market for sale, located in the much sought after Liosban Business Park, Tuam Road, Galway.
Audi in Galway has received an award for Best Presented Cars in Connacht.
Research shows that most home possessions in Ireland are pursued by household name banks not vulture funds
A major research report confirms, for the first time, that almost half of the mortgage possession cases listed before the courts are being pursued by “household name” banks, which are directly supervised by the European Central Bank.
Local Enterprise Office Galway has said it is available to support local businesses in addressing the challenges presented by the Covid-19 pandemic, and to help ensure they are in the strongest possible position to deal with this unprecedented and continuously evolving crisis.
Elkstone is Ireland’s leading multi-family office investment group providing unique investment services to its Irish and international client base including wealth management, venture capital and real estate opportunities.
Independent general election candidate, Gerry Loftus, has reacted angrily to reports of the sale of cash machines and more post office closures.
Monaghans Galway has received an award for Best Social Media in Connacht for 2019.
Rochford Motors in Ballyhaunis have received a national award for best online marketing.
Greater investment is required in Learning and Development (L&D) to help Irish businesses prepare for the future of work. That’s according to new industry-led research by Trainers’ Learning Skillnet and the Irish Institute of Training and Development (IITD). The research is authored by Professor David Collings and Dr John McMackin of DCU Business School and funded by Skillnet Ireland.