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Credit Unions “crucified” by Central Bank Fitzmaurice accuses

Credit Unions have been "crucified" by the Central Bank for years now a Galway TD has said, blaming 'Big Brother' tactics for closures. Galway-Roscommon TD...

Central Bank bans financial partner for misappropriation of client funds

The former partner at a financial brokerage in Galway has been barred from holding any role at a financial company again for the misappropriation...

Former Central Bank governor tells Galway audience the 2008 crash cost us €37 billion

Speaking at a conference at NUI Galway, former governor of the Central Bank Patrick Honohan said the 2008 banking crisis cost the Irish people...

Central Bank Director General to give public seminar in Galway

A public seminar on consumer protection by Director General, Financial Conduct of the Central Bank of Ireland, Derville Rowland, will take place in the Galway...

Fear of increased ATM fees as banks plan mass sell off

Fears have been raised that ATM fees could increase drastically under plans by Ireland's two largest banks to sell of huge numbers of machines...

City Council candidate wants to inject council with modern way of thinking

Young blood is needed in Galway City Council to inject the chamber with a more modern way of thinking, That's what first-time Fine Gael candidate...

Galway financial company to expand after €6 million buyout

Galway financial tech company PerfectCard will expand after selling to Australian payment solutions company EML Payments in a multi-million euro deal. EML has bought a...

Concerns raised as some businesses see 400% rise in insurance

Concerns have been raised about the cost of insurance for businesses across the country, with Noel Grealish TD saying that it is the number one...

City council approves €5 million funding for home loan scheme

Galway city council has approved raising a further €5 million for first time buyers under the Rebuilding Ireland Home Loan Scheme. The Home Loan Scheme...

Local Election candidate pledges to fight for youth and minorities

This week, Galway Daily caught up with long time political activist Joe Loughnane. The People Before Profit candidate will be running in the Galway City...

TUAM and DISTRICT Sports Notes (Tuesday, 11th September 2018)

Covering local sports news in Tuam and the surrounding areas including Abbeyknockmoy, Claremorris, Corofin, Dunmore, Kilconly, Sylane and Others.   Tuam/Cortoon Ladies Football  Under 12 Division 4 League Cup Final...

Supreme Court holds Galway developer liable for €10 million in legal costs

The Supreme Court has decided that Galway developer Brian Cunningham is personally liable for €10 million in legal costs awarded to First Active plc...

Micheál Martin says Galway Capital of Culture can have a lasting impact

The Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has heaped praise on Galway during a speech at the Galway Chamber of Commerce today, but said that...

OPINION: Ireland is closer to joining EU Army than many realise

There’s been a lot of talk about something called PESCO and whether it breaches the Irish constitution or the concept of neutrality. What is Irish...

Seachtain na Gaeilge i lán tseoil sa Gaillimh.

De réir mar atá na laethanta ag druidim ar aghaidh tá Seachtain na Gaeilge i lán tseoil agus imeachtaí ar siúl nach mór chuile...

Top Five Romantic Walks in Galway City

With St. Brigid’s day just gone and St. Valentine’s right around the corner, spring and sunshine are already well on their way. So take advantage...

Galway health crisis caused by bad decisions – Galway TD

Catherine Connolly TD today blamed the health crisis on successive governments which 'went turned towards private medicine' and said that 'bad decision after bad...
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NUI Galway awarded €175,000 for science engagement initiatives

NUI Galway has been awarded €175,000 for five initiatives that aims to improve public engagement and education about science.

Denis Naughten seeks to become Ceann Comhairle

Galway TD Denis Naughten has announced that he is putting his name forward to seek the position of Ceann Comhairle in...

Galway businesswomen grab nomination for best Hair Salon in Ireland

The Galway based Yourells hair stylists group, the product of two local businesswomen, has been nominated once again for Best Hair...

Pub staff member assaulted for denying man entry

A staff member at the Westside Tavern pub was punched in the face by a would be patron when he wouldn't...

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