Category: OPINION

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Why Galway’s public transport should be free

Why Galway’s public transport should be free

Imagine a Galway where there are no traffic tangles around schools because all the kids are taking the bus to school, if they aren’t cycling or walking, safe from traffic. Imagi ...
Maximise your time at the gym

Maximise your time at the gym

Life can be busy, and it can be hard to find the time to hit the gym once or twice a week. One of my favourite mottos is 'train smarter, not harder'. So I have compiled a list to h ...
GAA – Opinion: Rush to Complete County Junior 1 Hurling 

GAA – Opinion: Rush to Complete County Junior 1 Hurling 

The 2018 County Junior 1 Hurling Final will take place next Monday (29th October) even though the two finalists aren’t confirmed yet.  Micheal Breathnach will take on Ballinaslo ...
DARREN’S DIARY: Connacht Shooting for the Stars 

DARREN’S DIARY: Connacht Shooting for the Stars 

What a great week it was to be a Connacht Rugby supporter and the excitement will only build ahead of the return to European Rugby this weekend.  Ulster were defeated in Belfast ...
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 ...
Why we got an NUIG journalism refund

Why we got an NUIG journalism refund

NUI Galway once again finds itself in the spotlight as a new controversy - over fees refunded to its undergraduate and graduate journalism courses - came to light in two recent Iri ...
Farewell Britain . . . Hello Galway!

Farewell Britain . . . Hello Galway!

How Galway’s push to lure fintech startups out west is starting to pay off. Ireland’s economic resurgence has revealed the emergence of some exciting sectors and cohorts of indu ...
Poll: Is it a getting a bit too hot?

Poll: Is it a getting a bit too hot?

This week could see the second highest temperatures ever recorded in Ireland, with 30 degrees expected in parts of the country. Here in Galway, we will see sunshine and temperat ...
Small & Medium Enterprises in Galway: What’s good, what’s bad and…what’s next?

Small & Medium Enterprises in Galway: What’s good, what’s bad and…what’s next?

It has so often been said that small businesses are the backbone of any economy and, for an economy as diverse as Ireland’s, this is especially true. As we approach the halfway ...
Opinion | Why we need to call time on political posters | Pauline O’Reilly

Opinion | Why we need to call time on political posters | Pauline O’Reilly

Over recent weeks, if you headed out for your jog along the Prom, what did you see? If you drove in to work from Barna, Moycullen, or Oranmore what did you see? If you looked alo ...
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