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There is still time to catch some of the brilliance of Neil Jordan at Ballina Arts Centre as a film season dedicated to the famous screen writer and film director continues for two more nights, on August 4 and 5.
A grieving daughter has issued a road safety appeal ahead of the May Bank Holiday weekend after a freak accident which saw her boyfriend accidentally drive over the body of her father, who had died on the road while walking home at night.
More than chocolate was on offer for the estimated 78,000 visitors who satisfied their culinary appetite at the fourth Galway Food Festival over the Easter weekend.
The Connacht Property Auction will have its first public auction event of 2015 on Thursday February 26 in the Menlo Park Hotel, Galway. There will be more than 25 properties offered including properties in Mayo, Galway, Roscommon, and Clare. Registration will begin at 6.30pm with the auction starting at 7pm. The auctions are held in the evening to make it as accessible as possible for buyers to attend. Furthermore, for those who cannot attend the auction, the company offers phone bidding and written proxy bidding, to facilitate anyone who is interested in bidding on one of the auction properties.
With the next public auction taking place on February 26, The Connacht Property Auction has noted a significant number of buyers are looking to purchase quickly, before their mortgage approval expires. With new rules introduced by the Central Bank, buyers will need larger deposits to purchase property. However purchasers with existing mortgage approval can still purchase under the old rules, until their approval expires. The new rules mean first time buyers need a 10 per cent deposit up to €220,000 and 20 per cent on the purchase price over this amount. Other residential buyers need 20 per cent deposits while investors need 30 per cent. There are some cases where flexibility will be allowable, but in general, larger deposits will be needed when purchasing property.
It has been almost 60 years since islander and fisherman Patrick O’Toole entered into stiff negotiations with a travelling man on Fair Day in Louisburgh to purchase his first song sheet.
O’Donnellan and Joyce’s final all-day property auction of the year on Friday December 12 saw property sales reach €6.2 million. Residential property sales in the afternoon reached €4.5 million, with many first time buyers in evidence around the auction room such was the value on offer. In the morning €1.7 million in property sales was reached with cash buyers and investors Christmas shopping ahead of the December 31 capital gains tax deadline.
Well known Ballinrobe novelist and playwright Mick Donnellan has just launched a new crime caper.
O’Donnellan & Joyce will bring to conclusion the busiest year for selling properties by public auction tomorrow (Friday December 12) at 11am in the Harbour Hotel when more than 50 properties will be for sale by public auction.
Dark and audacious, Fisherman’s Blues, the rambunctious new novel from playwright, novelist, and screenwriter Mick Donnellan covers a myriad of genres from crime noir to comedy with an odd bit of religion for good measure.