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Why Galway Daily stands with buskers against proposed bylaws

The Galway Daily editorial staff has decided to take a stand against the busking bylaws proposed by Galway City Council. To...

Astonishing photos of car in Corrib

Car in Corrib - A silver hatchback has been dragged out of the Corrib after passersby spotted the vehicle in the river...

Local experts sought to show tourists the best of Galway

Fáilte Ireland is looking for knowledgeable Galwegians to show tourists céad míle fáilte. The Know Galway...

Galway one of the worst hit counties for vacant commercial properties

As the vacancy rate for commercial properties remains "stubbornly high", Galway is one of the worst affected counties in Ireland.

Merlin Park Hospital rolls out orthopaedic surgery database amid record waiting lists

Merlin Park Hospital has joined a national register of patients getting joint replacements as iver 1,500 wait for surgeries.

Rural regeneration projects in Galway awarded over €6 million

Rural areas across Galway county will benefit from €6.2 million in funding to spur business and innovation, look after natural parks,...

Gardaí seek public help to find man missing in Galway

Gardaí are appealing to the public for information that could help locate a missing city man. Conor Burke (24)...

Galway Hospice mulls legal challenge to planning refusal

Galway Hospice is seeking legal advice about mounting a challenge to a decision overturning planning permission for a new hospice facility.

Environmentalists “hell-bent” on discrediting Irish agriculture Fitzmaurice claims

Galway-Roscommon TD Michael Fitzmaurice has lashed out at environmental groups in Ireland and abroad for trying to "discredit" Irish agriculture.

Permission for Glenlo Abbey Hotel renovation overturned on appeal

An Bord Pleanála has overturned a decision to allow Glenlo Abbey Hotel to demolish and replace a single storey structure connecting the...

Gaeil na Gaillimhe are looking for new players for their Ladies Team

As we leave the Winter behind us and look towards the Spring, Gaeil na Gaillimhe call out for new players for their...

Galway sees little change in unemployment in the new year

The levels of unemployment in Galway has stayed roughly level going into the new year, with little change between December and January. The latest unemployment...

Interactive film explores intimacy and consent in long term relationships

It's Valentine's Day and to mark the romantic occasion the Active Consent team at NUI Galway are releasing an interactive short film exploring intimacy...

Ten Galway towns to benefit from €500 million fibre broadband plan

Ten towns in Galway are set to receive high speed fibre broadband over the next five years as part a half a billion investment...

A fitness Journey- Ross Mortimer

There has never been a better time to be interested in fitness. Go back a few years and you may have been the odd...

Galway farmers invited to event on the future of the beef industry

The current challenges facing the beef industry and what lies ahead will be the topic of discussion at an event for farmers taking place...

Galway native celebrates 108th birthday today!

An East Galway native, born before World War I and just before the Titanic sank, is celebrating yet another birthday today. Bridie Daly (née Duggan)...

Regional Enterprise Plan aims for 15% employment boost in the West

The new Regional Enterprise Plan for the West of Ireland has set itself an ambitious goal of increasing employment by 10-15 percent. The plan aims...

Delays expected due to N84 roadworks this week

Motorists travelling on the N84 on Thursday can expect traffic delays due to roadworks taking place. Galway county council have said that roadworks will be...

Local scientists show the government how microplastic is polluting our waterways

A group of scientists from Galway have outlined to the government how Ireland's freshwater and marine bodies are heavily contaminated with microplastic. Dr. Róisín Nash...
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