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Galway property sales increase by almost a third

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – Sales of property in Galway increased by almost a third last year.
A study by property website myhome.ie shows that there were more than 15 hundred sales in Galway in 2013, up 32 percent from the previous year.
A total of 242 million euro was spent on property in Galway in 2013, 25 percent more than was spent in 2012.
The biggest sale last year was 2.1 million euro for a development at 1 – 25 Moneenageisha Court in the city, but the most spent on a single property was just over a million euro for a property at Threadneedle Road, Salthill.
The place which recorded the biggest increase in sales was Gort, which saw sales go from 25 in 2012 to 66 last year.
Galway is now growing at almost twice the pace recorded in Dublin, according to the study.
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Galway records high levels of domestic abuse

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – Over 1,000 incidents of domestic abuse have been reported to Gardaí in Galway so far this year.

Nationally Gardaí have dealt with an average of nearly 100 domestic abuse incidents every day this year – with the highest levels reported in Dublin, Galway, Cork and Louth.

New figures show 24,686 domestic abuse incidents were reported to the Gardaí between the start of this year and September 9th.

These include a variety of offences, such as violence and breach of a barring order.

Over a third of the incidents were in the Dublin region, involving just under 9,000 cases.

2,021 were in Cork, with 1,152 in Louth and 1,074 in Galway.

Minister of State for Justice, Hildegarde Naughton, says tackling domestic abuse, and providing supports for victims, is a key priority for the government.

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Woodquay urban animation project set to be delivered by summer 2022

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – An urban animation project in Woodquay in the city is set to reach completion in time for the 2022 summer season.

The project is one of seven nationwide and secured over one million euro in funding through Fáilte Ireland’s Urban Animation Capital Investment Scheme which aims to re-invigorate urban areas and increase their tourism appeal.

The pilot five million euro scheme, which opened for applications in April, will also fund projects in Waterford, Cork, Kilkenny, Limerick, Louth and Dublin.

These will involve a variety of large-scale outdoor performance spaces, public art and light installations.

The Galway city project will a signature lighting installation at Woodquay Park featuring a hand carved steel sphere.

This aims to reflect the stories and traditions of Galway alongside a traditional Galway Hooker and performance space.

Director of Product Development Orla Carroll says urban animation will play an increasingly important role in transforming and re-imagining our public spaces as safe, welcoming and vibrant places to visit.

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EY Ireland expansion to deliver new jobs at Galway base

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – EY Ireland has announced the creation of over 800 jobs nationwide with 210 roles to be spread across its regional offices in Galway, Cork, Limerick, Waterford and Belfast.

The expansion will bring the headcount in EY to over 4,200 across the island of Ireland.

The 414 experienced hire roles will be advertised and filled by the end of June next year, while a further 402 roles will be filled by university graduates starting this autumn.

EY Ireland says increasing demand for its services and fundamental changes brought about by the pandemic, were key to its decision to expand.

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