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Bog cotton or people’s homes - that is the choice as wrecking ball looms

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Not since the slack-tongued Mylie Cyrus straddled a wrecking ball in the nip has there been such excitement over the demolition of buildings. However proposals to demolish up to 130 houses to make way for a new bypass in Galway has got locals twerking with rage.

‘Tree’ mast awaits second reprieve in October


New Dublin Road Aldi stopped by An Bord Pleanála


Last few places at Galway’s first wedding master class

The first wedding master class at the Lough Rea Hotel & Spa will be held on June 29 from 2pm to 6pm.

Former Miss Ireland Aoife Cogan to host Clayton Hotel’s wedding showcase

Newly engaged or planning your wedding? Then the four star Clayton Hotel’s exclusive Wedding Showcase on Sunday February 17 is an event not to be missed. The Clayton is celebrating the recent launch of ‘LOVE 2013’, in which couples will be given an amazing 13 per cent off their ‘LOVE 2013 Wedding Packages’.

‘I’ve been left reeling by tsunami of events’ says Healy Eames after car tax revelation

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A Galway politician who hit the headlines recently over what she terms an “unfortunate series of events” spoke out this week in a bid to explain the “tsunami” of occurrences which have resulted in largely negative press for her.

Your birthday comes but once a year!

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The Prince Bar and Kitchen have just released their VIP party packages that will make your birthday or occasion a night to remember.

There’s nothing like the filthy lucre

When we were growing up, we never thought that people like the county council employee or the teacher or the guard ever cared about the filthy lucre. They were people who did the job cos it was part of what they were. In our minds, they were the salt of the earth, who came to their jobs because they had a calling, a sort of vocation brought to them on the road to Damascus, when they were struck by a strong light and told by a booming voice “Son, your future is in forward planning and Section Fours. Now go forth.” Young gardai then were not reared on diets of CSI and Midsomer Murders. No, they were hewn from Connemara rock, with necks like a jockey’s b.. ahem, like a jockey, and with a chest that ensured the silver insignia on their shoulders sat two yards apart. Teachers were normally the lucky ones in a family who would have the good luck to have had a grandmother or an aunt wealthy enough to send just one of them to third level while the rest stayed at home, fought over the farms and descended into a lifetime of alcoholism and inappropriate thoughts.

Local financial advisor becomes a certified financial planner

Orla Murray of Orla Murray Financial Services has recently graduated from UCD with a Graduate Diploma in Financial Planning leading to CFP certification from Financial Planning Standards Board Ireland.

Flynn hits out at planners for planning permisson refusal

Fine Gael councillor Peter Flynn this week hit out at the decision of planners from Mayo County Council to refuse planning permission for a house in the Rooskey area of Westport. Flynn told the meeting the reason that the application was refused by the planners was, “the house was not in line with the characteristic of houses in the area” according to the planners.


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