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Survivors of former industrial school at Lenaboy to be consulted

Meetings are to take place in the coming weeks between the city council and the former industrial school at Lenaboy, Taylor’s Hill. The West of...

Three remaining rail strikes called off

Planned strikes by rail workers over the coming weeks have been called off awaiting a vote on new pay proposals. The strikes were planned for 14...

NUI Galway is looking for hoarders

Are you a hoarder? The School of Psychology at NUI Galway is seeking over 1,000 hoarders across Ireland to take part in an online study. The...

Galway West TD says HSE cannot be trusted

Catherine Connolly TD told the Dáil yesterday that it is unacceptable that the HSE has shown no desire to learn from its mistakes, given...

Tánaiste attends official ribbon cutting of MetLife facility

Today, MetLife officially celebrated the opening of a new Global Technology Campus in Galway, with the company planning to employ approximately 200 skilled IT...

Galway student wins European Young Chef Award 2017

GMIT student Aisling Rock has won the European Young Chef Awards for 2017 in Catalonia with a dish inspired by the west of Ireland. She impressed...

Gardaí called to NUI Galway 7 times between 2014 and 2017

Gardaí were called to NUI Galway seven times between 2014 and early 2017, according to figures seen by the Irish Times. Records released under the...

€20,000 raised in days for church destroyed by vandals

Almost €20,000 has been raised for the restoration of the church in Clifden which was destroyed by thugs two weeks ago. The contents and interior...

A tale of two counties in Council Housing waiting lists

County Galway has seen a 38% increase in the number of people on the council housing waiting list in the past year, new figures...

POLL: Would you like to see the Catalan flag flown at Galway City Hall?

This morning, Dublin City Councillors voted seven to five in favour of flying the Catalan flag for a month in solidarity with the separatists...

Protein which causes spread of breast cancer found by NUI Galway study

New NUI Galway research has discovered that a protein called iNOS in the body is a key cause for the aggressive spread of triple negative...

Tanaiste to open new Galway technology campus creating 200 jobs

Tanaiste Frances Fitzgerald will be in Galway next Tuesday (7th November) to officially open MetLife’s new Global Technology campus. The US insurance company's new campus will...
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We're out of the group stages and into the knockouts in the World Cup of Galway Restaurants here at Galway Daily. Two restaurants up fresh...

Coronavirus: 3 Covid-19 deaths, no new Galway cases

Three more deaths of people with Covid-19 have been reported to the Department of Health today, along with 47 more confirmed cases. The death toll...

Traffic in Galway city up almost 50% in May

Traffic on one of the busiest routes in Galway City went up nearly 50 percent in May according to the data from Transport Infrastructure...

Public asked to be ‘Citizen Scientists’ in national hedgehog survey

One of Ireland's favourite animals - the hedgehog - is the subject of a new national survey led by researchers at NUIG and the...