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iConnect acquires Screenway with the creation of 20 jobs

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iConnect, Ireland’s Apple approved premium reseller has announced that it has acquired Galway company Screenway to roll out its Education arm in Ireland. The deal will see iConnect retain ten employees and create twenty new full-time Education Specialists positions expanding out of Galway and operating nationwide.

The French connection: A queen’s portrait

Patrick French of Drumharsna Castle, near the village of Kiltartan, died in 1748. His widow, Catherine, was still living in 1768, and was named by her son Henry, who died unmarried, as one of his executors. In his will, dated January 24, 1767, Henry French of Drumharsna left

Woolies in Galway

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In the early 1950s the chain of shops owned by Woolworths was expanding, but it did experience some difficulty establishing a branch in Galway. It appears some councillors and retailers resisted the move, but after several failed attempts, ‘Woolies’ (as it became known), acquired the former site of the old Royal Hotel on the Square. Woolies knocked the hotel and put up a purpose built retail store. As the day of the opening approached, local interest became intense.

Architecture award for County Buildings

The Cathaoirleach of Westmeath County Council was delighted to announce that the new County Buildings in Mullingar have been awarded an International Architecture Award by the The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design; the European Centre for Architecture Art Design; and Urban Studies and Metropolitan Arts Press, Ltd.

RE/MAX sees considerable decline in Irish property market in 2008

RE/MAX Ireland has announced that the number of their transactions in the property sector in Ireland has dramatically decreased over the last 12 months. The message from RE/MAX is that confidence needs to be put back into the economy, and calls on the country’s banks to help to do this by increasing liquidity in order for businesses to survive. 

The reality of real estate

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With construction halting and the economy faltering, does this mean that auctioneers have become the ham in the sandwich between bewildered buyers and startled sellers?

Great starter home in Droim Chaoin

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This is a great opportunity to get your foot on the property ladder. Number 27 Droim Chaoin is a wonderful family home. The owners have pulled out all of the stops to create a home which is comfortable and in walk-in condition.

CIF reveals ten point point masterplan to kickstart the economy

The Construction Industry Federation (CIF) this week unveiled details of its 10-point economic plan, which it said would kick-start economic activity at no cost to the Exchequer.

NAMA is not the answer to Irish problems, says top economist

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A leading London-based economist this week that temporary nationalisation of Ireland's banks and not the Government's NAMA plan is the best option for the country.

NAMA is not the answer to Irish problems, says top economist

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A leading London-based economist this week that temporary nationalisation of Ireland's banks and not the Government's NAMA plan is the best option for the country.

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