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

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 of Galway Food Pa ...
‘Climb For Aine’ Community Rallies Behind Loughrea Woman 

‘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 are climbing ...
Hurling and Why it Still Matters to me in Oregon

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 Portland, Oregon. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degr ...
Call for proposals from Galway Green SOUP crowd fundraiser

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 better place? Is it environmentally foc ...
Students left without homes as courses start

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 are desperately se ...
Desperate Galway family on brink of homelessness

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 wits' end. The 32-year-old mother of two ha ...
Are Irish sentencing laws too lenient?

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 middle-aged man serves no jail time for ass ...
Self-taught artist’s work goes on display at UHG

Self-taught artist’s work goes on display at UHG

Local woman Catherine Cooley, who taught herself to paint to help her recovery from mental illness, is having her work displayed at UHG this month. Inspired by the works of Van Go ...
A Galway Connection to the Fleadh Cheoil

A Galway Connection to the Fleadh Cheoil

If you are from Galway way, from Ireland in fact, or even ever listened to traditional Irish singers you already know who Sean Keane is. If not, you are in for a treat. He has b ...
You never know where you might see St. Patrick

You never know where you might see St. Patrick

If you see him, you’ll do a double take. He’s St. Patrick’s in the flesh. Tom Keefe took on the persona of St. Patrick on a whim back in 2013 when a friend and Irish pub owner i ...
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