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30 years of Ceol, Ól agus Craic being Celebrated in Taaffes this Thursday

30 years of Ceol, Ól and Craic are being celebrated in Taaffes Bar on Thursday. This coming Thursday the 11th of October will see huge...

Lynsey de Burca; Galway Girl on fire!

If you ask Lynsey de Burca about the tools of her trade, she'll tell you that she loves using her forge and that her...

Galway poet chooses to self-publish second collection

Trevor Conway’s first collection of poetry, Evidence of Freewheeling, was published by Salmon Poetry in 2015. While he was happy with the role the publisher played,...

Formerly desperate Galway family now getting help finding a home

A Galway family previously reported by Galway Daily as being on the brink of homelessness is now getting help from various people and organisations...

Galway entrepreneurs build business on the foundation of Irish Heritage

Two young Galway entrepreneurs have built a business for the future, on the foundation of the past. Ken Kinneen and Dylan Commons have figured...

Gourmet Food Parlour opening in Salthill will bring 35 jobs to Galway

Gourmet Food Parlour is opening its first branch outside of Dublin in Salthill this October, creating 35 local jobs in the restaurant industry. Managing Director...

‘Climb For Aine’ Community Rallies Behind Loughrea Woman 

A group of friends are climbing Croagh Patrick this Sunday (16th September) at 9.30am to help raise money for a relatively new and expensive cancer treatment.  They...

Hurling and Why it Still Matters to me in Oregon

Born and raised in Ireland, Carmel Breathnach moved to the USA in 2005 to take up the position as a lead kindergarten teacher in...

Call for proposals from Galway Green SOUP crowd fundraiser

Call for proposals from Galway Green SOUP crowd fundraiser - due Thursday 13 September Have you got a great idea for making Galway City a...

Students left without homes as courses start

As the housing crisis worsens and another year passes with no more purpose-built affordable student housing, many students have been left without homes. They...

Desperate Galway family on brink of homelessness

Meet the Molloys: one Galway family reveals their struggle to find a home in the peak of the housing crisis Laura Molloy is at her...

Are Irish sentencing laws too lenient?

As September approaches and the courts get set to grind back into action, Galway Daily takes a hard look at the Irish penal system. A...
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Supermac’s wins trademark fight with London bar

Supermac's has won a trademark battle with a London bar and restaurant with a similar name, Supermax, stopping them from registering their name. The Irish Independent report...

Illegal dumping on the rise city councillor warns

A Galway City Councillor is asking people to be vigilant of illegal dumping in their communities, which he says has been increasing lately. Councillor Alan...

Coronavirus: Galway sees small increase in cases as 17 people die in Republic

Seventeen more people have died in the Republic after being diagnosed with Covid-19, the National Public Health Emergency Team has announced. Fifteen deaths were located...

€1m scheme announced to support Irish artists

A number of measures have been announced to support the cultural sector during the Covid-19 crisis. One measure announced was a new €1m scheme to...