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Based on the official retirement age of 72 years, twenty four GMS GPs are due to retire in the next decade (2021 to 2030) in Co. Galway, four of which refer to the East Galway LE Area.
On a day in October 1936, a young woman, Maureen Canning, from Mohill, County Leitrim, left her digs in Lower Salthill and began to walk, for the first time, to what was then University College Galway.
‘Well what do you have to say to Jim now after all our little squabbles he could not live without me for a month can you imagine my joy when I received a telegram from London a week after Jim and georgie on their way’…….wrote Nora in her unpunctuated flow of words, to her partner’s sister Eileen from her mother’s home in Bowling Green, in July 1912.
Senator Sean Kyne has told the resumed An Bord Pleanála Oral Hearing on the N6 Galway City Ring Road Project that is impossible to thread a new, high quality road between the city and Lough Corrib without creating a major impact on homes and businesses.
Obtaining planning permission to build a house on any of the Aran Islands is a very difficult task, to say the least. In an effort to keep the Islands from being over developed, the restrictions attached to those who apply to erect a dwelling will all but eliminate anyone who Is not a native Islander. So, when an existing house comes to the market for sale, there are always a number of buyers waiting in the wings, with a view to purchasing on what is considered one of the most stunning locations in Ireland.
Ireland’s largest domestic ferry, Saoirse na Farraige to be operated by Aran Island Ferries, is on its way to Galway from Hong Kong, becoming the sixth ferry in their fleet.
O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering to the market via private treaty this excellent detached bungalow in the scenic Furbo village. The property is situated on the coastal route between Galway city and Spiddal along the picturesque Wild Atlantic Way.
INIS ÓIRR, the smallest of the Aran Islands, and with a deep-rooted maritime culture, is the setting for the Aerial/Sparks Art Trail which takes place from September 11 to 27.
Ireland’s only surviving wooden sail cargo vessel revived a tradition lost a century ago when it embarked on a symbolic series of sustainable wind-powered supply trips to islands on the south and west coasts on Sunday. And today (Thursday) it sets off on a journey from Baltimore to the Aran Islands.
Gorse Eatery and Venue is located in the beautiful Bearna Golf Club, with spectacular 180 degree views over Bearna Bog, the Burren, and as far as the Aran Islands on a good day. There is certainly more than one reason to visit. The golf club restaurant is open to the public and the club has excellent membership offers for the rest of the year.