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Three bedroom home in Doughiska

Lynch auctioneers is offering for sale this top class three bedroom mid-terrace property, located in the established development of Fearann Ri. This estate is situated on the east side of Galway city, close to the Ballybrit Shopping Centre, Dunnes Stores, Lidl, the Galway Clinic, Parkmore Industrial Estate, all amenities, and convenient to a Galway city centre bus route.

Budget 2022 ‘will reduce the cost of living,’ says Naughton

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Budget 2022 contains measures to not only “recover our economy from the pandemic”, but also to reduce the cost of living “to provide support for people at a time of rising prices”.

Ireland’s Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure ranks low in EU

New independent analysis from the Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA), has found that Ireland is lagging behind its European counterparts on the implementation of Electric Vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure, a fact which is likely to act as a deterrent to consumers seeking to purchase zero emissions vehicles.

Triton is ‘moving the dial’ to achieve consistent sustainability

Triton Showers aims to achieve carbon net zero by 2025, in what will be its 50th anniversary year.

Galway’s Galmere awarded Gold Membership for Bord Bia’s sustainability programme

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Galway’s Galmere Foods has been awarded Gold Membership 2021 for Origin Green, the BordBia sustainability programme. Gold Membership is the highest form of membership a company can attain in any given year.

The Government is not capable of dealing with the challenge of Climate Change

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Following the recent announcement of the findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, there was a flurry of press releases from councillors and senators, vying to have their names associated with this data.

New law to tap into massive ocean energy potential

Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has pointed out that the recently published Maritime Area Planning Bill 2021, set to be debated in Dáil Éireann this autumn, will allow the country to generate enough electricity to not only meet Ireland’s needs but also the electricity needs of France and Austria as well.

Implantable stimulator device combines with body power to treat disease, damage and sports injury, Galway research illustrates

Researchers at CÚRAM, the SFI Research Centre for Medical Devices based at NUI Galway, have shown how the simple act of walking can power an implantable stimulator device to speed up treatment of musculoskeletal diseases.

DNG brings super Corrandulla family home to market

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DNG Maxwell, Heaslip & Leonard has been favoured with the sale of this exceptional family home, which is presented to the market in excellent condition. The house rests on an impressive mature site of approximately 1.1 acres with large front and rear gardens and with the benefit of a separate detached garage which is complete with plumbing and electricity and is suitable for a multitude of uses. It is in a tranquil countryside setting adjacent to Corrandulla village and many local amenities including excellent schools, yet just 15km from Galway city.

Getting back to health and fitness with Plexus Bio Energy

As we enter the autumn/winter season, most people find this time of year we need to motivate ourselves as we head into longer darker evenings. It is important to keep on top of our health, especially after Covid and lockdowns over past year and half, it is time to pick up the pieces and get our mental, physical, and emotional health in order.

 

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