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Weather warning in place as wind and rain batter the west

A status yellow weather warning is in place for Galway, Mayo, and Donegal this weekend. The weather warning...

Galway History Festival, bringing the past to life

Galway History Festival is taking place next week to put the past in the spotlight and encourage people to take an...

GMIT lecturer wins national education award

GMIT Science lecturer Dr Cormac Quigley was one of the big prize winners at the 2019 Education Awards.

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...

World leaders in heart health join Galway based cardiac institute

Two of the world's leading cardiac experts in have joined a heart health initiative led by Croí Galway.

Manufacturing company submits plans for R&D centre in Galway

Ingersoll Rand industrial manufacturing company has submitted plans for a new research and development building in Galway city.

Galway-based Tech Giants pledge to Raise €60,000 for local charity

Tech giants Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), DXC & Micro Focus, along with facilities partner ISS, have come together to support those facing...

How to design a workout to suit you – Ross Mortimer

It’s not like you’re stuck for choice but how do you know if you’ve made the right one?...

Victims’ parents disappointed at sentence for Loughrea pedophile

The parents of two young girls who were sexually exploited by pedophile in Loughrea have said they are disappointed by the...

Kinvara community praised for supporting family of Stephen Ward

The local community in Kinvara and across South Galway has been praised for supporting the family of Stephen Ward, who was missing...

Range of jobs advertised in two South Galway hotels

The increasing number of jobs in South Galway's hospitality sector has been welcomed by Galway East TD Ciaran Cannon.

Two NUI Galway colleges named the best in Ireland at Education Awards

The College of Arts, Social Sciences and Celtic Studies and the J.E Cairnes School of Business and Economics were both declared...

Local Enterprise event will help businesses find overseas markets

The Local Enterprise Office here in Galway is looking to the future with an event for local businesses on 'Exploring New...

Planning authority upholds rejection of Athenry solar farm

Plans for a 20Mw solar farm and battery storage facility near Athenry have been refused by An Bord Pleanála.

Study finds new insight into necrotic injuries from venomous bites

A study from NUI Galway could open up new avenues to treating necrotic skin wounds caused by venomous creature attacks.

Missing Galway man Stephen Warde found safe in Malaysia

Stephen Warde, who has been missing in Malaysia since the new year, has been found safe and well accorsing to a...

Head of Saolta Hospital Group sues to stop HSE removing him

The CEO of the Saolta Hospital Group, which includes Galway's public hospitals, is taking a court case against the HSE to...

St. Mary’s College and Our Lady’s in the city to merge

St. Mary's College and Our Lady's College in Galway city have announced that they will merge in to a new unified...

Galway TD welcomes news that VAT treatment of food supplements won’t change until November

An East Galway TD has welcomed confirmation by Revenue that the VAT treatment of food supplements will remain unchanged until 1s November 2019.

“It’s somebody’s problem” – Galway actress slams abortion laws in the North

Nicola Coughlan, who plays Clare Devlin in the award-winning Derry Girls, has hit out at the abortion laws in the North...
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Lottery and gambling advertising should stop during crisis – TD

The National Lottery and other companies in the gambling industry have been called on to stop advertising during the COVID-19 crisis. The plea came from...

Coronavirus: EU approves Ireland’s €200m business support scheme

The EU Commission has given its approval to the Irish government's €200 million scheme to financially support businesses badly affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The...

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