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Valentino, Givenchy, Dior, Philip Treacy and Stella McCartney designs are among 700 items on offer in pre -owned Fashion Auction.
The Criminal Assets Bureau conducted a search operation in Galway and Limerick on Tuesday morning targeting a group involved in the sale and supply of drugs in the region.
Castlebar Chamber of Commerce launched its new website, castlebarchamber.com last week. The launch has been described as a milestone in the development and progression of the town.
One of the world’s most iconic designer chairs will form the centrepiece of a unique auction in Ireland later this month.
Female entrepreneurs and budding businesswomen from across Mayo are being encouraged to look to the future and register for this year’s National Women’s Enterprise Day after the line-up for the event was announced.
This superb detached family home offers 369sq m of quality spacious accommodation. Built originally in 1998, it was remodelled and upgraded by the current owners in 2010 to facilitate a growing family, with free flowing open plan living spaces that marry well to the functional areas of the house. The residence is centrally set among mature landscaped gardens that provide privacy, space, and shelter, and extend to approximately one acre. This is an efficient, modern, easily run home with a B2 BER.
Cherrymore Kitchens & Bedrooms is one of Ireland’s premier kitchen and wardrobe manufacturers. The company has an extensive showroom in Oranmore Business Park with more than 30 displays of kitchens and bedrooms.
THE LANDSCAPE and towns of east Galway, and the science fiction of JG Ballard, have inspired a new album by the Galway musician, The Cube of Unknowing.
PERSONAL BELONGINGS of IRA volunteer Seamus Quirk and Fr Michael Griffin; Bronze Age artefacts from Dún Aonghasa; the myths of the River Corrib; and an exploration of Gaelic Ireland - there is a wealth of local and Irish history to be experienced at the Galway City Museum.
Do you know what a pergola is? I only ask because I’ve noticed a good bit of confusion around this, especially recently, as people are looking to create outdoor rooms while there are still restrictions on meeting inside – lots of people are asking for pergolas when what they actually need is a veranda, loggia or even an awning. It’s perfectly okay not to have the distinctions at your fingertips – my job as a designer is to help you figure out what’s going to work and the technical terms are beside the point as long as we get where we need to. But a pergola can be a really good addition to your garden so let’s explore some of the things it can do.