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Lower Dominick Street about one hundred and fifty years ago

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According to Hely Dutton, Dominick Street was built in the early part of the 19th century. It was outside the old city walls and was an indicator of how Galway was beginning to expand at the time. This photograph, which was taken c1965, is probably the earliest existing image of the street.

Inquest today into Westport man’s death in Nigeria

The inquest into the death of an engineer from Westport who died in an apparent ambush by armed robbers in Nigeria in 2012, is to take place today (Friday) at noon in Castlebar Courthouse.

Register your property for O’Donnellan & Joyce’s May auction

O’Donnellan & Joyce has just announced its next auction, which will be held on May 9 in The Harbour Hotel. According to Colm O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan & Joyce the May auction will be the biggest and is anticipated to be the most successful of the year.

Councillors warn that dangerous roads are putting children’s lives at risk

Lethally dangerous roads are putting the lives of children at risk in two Westmeath towns.

Kilbeggan school to get proper drop-off point

Traffic safety concerns and churned-up verges at the ad hoc drop-off point for the Mercy secondary school in Kilbeggan are to be a thing of the past after the council confirmed that work was to be done here over the summer.

Good progress but bad potholes

The first temporary reinstatement of roads as part of the Athlone Mains Rehabilitation Scheme has been described as disgraceful.

Staffing levels reaching ‘critical’ point at Mayo County Council

The nationwide embargo on the recruitment of public service workers has been in place for six years now and has seen staffing levels at Mayo County Council fall by 20 per cent.

Four savvy steps sellers take

It can be a minefield when you are selling your home. Some practical steps will make life much easier and far less stressful. Over the coming weeks we will be outlining what it takes to get your home on the market, to sell it for the highest price, with the best terms and with the least amount of stress.

Engineers Week in the city to highlight vital role of the profession

Engineers Week, an annual campaign to present the possibilities a career in engineering can offer and highlight the vital role played by engineers in sustaining the community, is taking place in Galway from February 9 to 15.

Success of previous auctions proves that O’Donnellan & Joyce is a leader

O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has become one of the leading Irish owned auctioneering companies for the sale of property by public auction in the country. Over a period of a few years it has recorded what is believed to be the highest percentage success rate of any auctioneering company in the country in recent years.

 

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