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Explore the city’s ancient streets in the Galway Medieval Festival

When people talk about what makes Galway such an attractive city they often talk about things like the music, the good craic, and a...

Second West End Street Feast a resounding success

Anyone walking around town yesterday might have run into the crowds at the Street Feast, Galway's newest food festival in the West End. A...

City Council regulating street performers with new busking bylaws

Galway city council adopted new busking bylaws for the city centre at yesterday's council meeting in a close vote. The new bylaws prohibit buskers from...

Why this little shop in Costa Rica’s capital was named ‘Galway’

Costa Rica might feel like a million miles away. With qucikly spoken Spanish, a tropical climate and an interesting cuisine, you'd be tempted to...

Tenders issued for €2.5 million Tuam Intreo Centre

The new €2.5 million Intreo Centre planned for Tuam has moved forward, as tenders have now been issued for its construction. The new Intreo Centre...

Undergrounding works in Tuam to commence next week

Work on undergrounding electrical and telecommunications cables in Tuam town will get underway next week. Galway County Council is carrying out undergrounding works on Bishop...

CCTV catches burglary at Subway store twice in a week

A Galway city man was caught on CCTV committing burglary at the same Subway store on two separate occasions within a week. Jonathan Cronin (26),...

Tuam girl wins national Soapbox championship

A student from Presentation College Tuam is the winner of the grand final of the Europe Direct National Soapbox Competition 2019. Johanna Lane, from Bishop...

PBP campaign for €1 public transport fares in December

People Before Profit have proposed €1 public transport fares in Galway city for the month of December to tackle holiday traffic and reduce emissions. The...

Man jailed for attacking and choking woman on the Wolfe Tone Bridge

A woman was subject to a vicious assault in Galway city without explanation when a she was attacked and choked by a man while...

N59 in Galway is by far the most dangerous road in Ireland

Part of the N59 in Galway near Leenaune is the most dangerous stretch of road in Ireland according to new data. The N59 east of...

Buskers warn busking bylaws will drive many from Galway

The Galway Buskers Community has warned that the new busking bylaws voted in this week will force many to leave Galway to make a...

Man caught holding bogus charity collection

A man received a suspended prison sentence at Galway District Court for holding a false charity collection out on the street. The District Court heard...

Public consultation on vision for the city centre

Galway City Council is inviting the public to share their views on the vision for Galway’s city centre streets and public spaces. A pop up...

Massive Pride parade to take place in Galway City today

GALWAY DAILY with @GalwayCommunityPride The much-anticipated Galway Pride parade will take place in the city this afternoon, thirty years to the day after the first one. With the focus...

56 Central restaurant has a new menu with a section just for cheese melts

56 Central Restaurant, home to the famous Chicken Melt, have recently expanded their menu to include some brand new cheese melts. Fans of the Cajun...

Two men appear in court over serious assault that left victim needing facial stitches

Two young men appeared before Galway District Court this week in the case of a serious assault that left another young man needing facial...

The 150th Galway Races are officially launched

The Galway Races have officially launched this week, starting the countdown for the 150th festival extravaganza later this month. On Monday, July 29 Galway Racecourse...

Solidarity Selfies to mark World Refugee Day

Today is World Refugee Day and Galway Anti Racism Network is hoping people will take some solidarity selfies to promote the cause. Members of GARN...

Multi-million upgrade underway on “victorian” city sewer network

Galway city centre's ancient and failing sewer network is getting a €2 million upgrade to address many issues. According to Irish Water the "Victorian" sewer...
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Status Red Storm Jorge warning brought forward, now in force

A Status Red weather warning for Galway is now in force as Met Eireann has moved it forward this morning while...

Appeal lodged by developer in Gort Biogas Plant battle

The developers of a proposed Biogas plant in Gort, plans for which were defeated after massive local opposition, have appealed the...

Snow and Ice warning added to the mix for Storm Jorge

Met Eireann has added yet another element to the mix for Storm Jorge today, with a snow and ice warning issued...

City Council deploys flood defences for Storm Jorge

Galway City Council is deploying flood protection measures for Storm Jorge as Met Eireann has issued it highest level of weather...

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