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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...

Galway scientists develop new drone to fight COVID-19

A new drone has been developed by scientists at NUIG which can sanitise surfaces in public places to help fight the spread of the...

Black Lives Matter protest to go ahead on Saturday despite GARN pulling out

A demonstration in solidarity with Black Lives Matter will go ahead on Saturday at 2pm, despite Galway Anti-Racism Network's statement earlier today saying their...

Over 2,000 come off pandemic unemployment in Galway

Over 2,000 people came off Covid-19 Pandemic Unemployment payments in Galway last week according to the latest figures. Data from the Department of Social Protection...

Galway Cycling Campaign welcomes EU funding announcement

Galway Cycling Campaign has welcomed an announcement that cycling will be funded as part of the new mobility funds that will be released by...

GMIT wraps up project that made 10,000 face shields for healthcare workers

While colleges may be closed, their highly skilled staff have kept at work in the Covid-19 crisis, with GMIT producing over 10,000 face shields...

Construction contract signed for €1m social housing development in Loughrea

The construction contract for a €1m social housing development in Barrack Street, Loughrea has been signed. The housing development was announced last year and will...

Anti-Racism protest organised for Saturday in Galway City

An Anti-Racism demonstration has been organised for Saturday in Galway City - in solidarity with the protest organised by MASI, MERJ and Black Pride...

INMO calls for inquiry into Covid-19 rates among healthcare workers

The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation is calling for independent inquiry into the high rates of Covid-19 cases among healthcare staff. As of May 26,...

World Cup of Galway Restaurants: It’s time to vote in the remaining two groups!

The last 16 restaurants will go head to head on Facebook and Twitter starting tomorrow - but first it's time to choose your favourite...

Black Lives Matter Vigil to take place online tomorrow

Democrats Abroad Ireland will join with Americans and individuals around the world tomorrow, June 2nd to hold an online Black Lives Matter Vigil from...

Entries open for Galway Film Fleadh Pitching Competition

Entries are now being accepted for the Galway Film Fleadh Pitching Competition - which will take place as an online event this year due...

Ireland’s Fittest Family is looking for Galway participants

Ireland's Fittest Family has called on families in Galway to apply to be on the next series which will filmed in August and September...

Galway Gardaí emphasise that domestic abuse services still running

Galway Gardaí are pressing home the message that although we may be in lockdown, support services are still available for people trapped in domestic...

Andy’s trial begins and Caitríona stoops lower than ever on Ros na Rún

Caitríona goes from one desperate act to the next to stay afloat, Noreen is horrified by an unexpected visitor, and it's time for Andy...

New layout for Galway Market is a roaring success

Galway Market had a successful return to the streets on Saturday, with a range of new safety measures implemented to ensure social distancing. The city...

World Cup of Galway Restaurants and Takeaways – Group E!

The last 16 is closing in - just three more groups remain. But first we must vote for our favourites in Group E! Shake Dog...

LEADER boost of €71,000 confirmed for projects in Kilcornan and Lackagh

Confirmation of LEADER funding of almost €71,000 for different projects in Galway has been welcomed. Galway Rural Development has been awarded €35,000 for a biodiversity...

Aran Islands Ferries adding Ireland’s largest ferry to its fleet

Aran Island Ferries clearly isn't worried about business dropping off in the future, with the announcement that their newest fleet addition will be Ireland's...
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World Cup of Galway Restaurants – Knockout Stage

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...