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Cad ‘Déarfá le Gaillimh

Ar clár na seachtaine seo:  Léiritheoir an scannáin Róise & Frank Cúán Mac Conghail Cumadóir, fonnadóir, scríbhneoir Fearghas Mac Lochlainn Patsy Ó Cualáin ag labhairt le Barbara faoi codladh amuigh do charthanacht Beidh Galway Simon Sleepout Dé hAoine 30 Meán Fómhair. Tá leabhar nua Fearghas Mac Lochlainn An Slipéar Gloine, maisithe ag Paddy Donnelly ó […] Galway Bay FM …


Croí to celebrate World Heart Day with public wellness event

Heart and stroke charity Croí is inviting the public to Heartfest, a free and holistic cardiovascular health and wellness event at Croí House from 10am to 3pm on World Heart Day next Thursday, 29 September. Self-Care is Heart Care is one of the core pillars that the World Heart Federation has identified for this year’s […] Galway Daily …


Book of Condolences opened for Queen Elizabeth at City Hall

Galway Bay FM newsroom – Locals now can express their sympathy for Queen Elizabeth in the newly opened book of condolences at City Hall. Mayor of Galway Clodagh Higgins organised the book after the passing of the monarch last Thursday at Balmoral. It is available for members of the public to sign during City Hall’s […] Galway Bay FM …


August sees increase of over 300 people on Live Register in West

There was an increase of 306 people on the Live Register in Galway, Mayo and Roscommon in August compared to July. CSO figures show that 18,680 people were on the Live Register in the West region last month compared to 18,374 in July. Nationally, 197,125 people were on the Live Register in August, of whom […] Galway Daily …


OVER THE LINE: The Panel (Monday, 29th August 2022)

This week’s guests on ‘The Panel’ are Gerry Murphy, William Davies, Cian O’Connell and George McDonagh. They announced the QFinancials.ie Football Team of the week, look back the weekend’s action in the senior football championship, Galway United’s FAI Cup defeat to UCD, Connacht Rugby’s playing return, the Bluebird Care Galway Summer Rally and more. ‘Over […] Galway Bay FM …


Mum Talks announces first meet up in Galway city

Mum Talks has announced that its first Galway meet up will take place on Monday 12 September at the g Hotel in Galway city. Mum Talks supports and empowers women throughout their journey of motherhood with online and in-person meet-ups, events, talks and workshops. The event is designed to help mums from pregnancy, right through […] Galway Daily …


Galway pupils collect 5 tonnes of litter through “Picker Pals” programme

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Galway schools collected 5 tonnes of litter for their schools last year – through the 2021 Picker Pals programme. 66 different schools across the county took part in the national initiative – which aims to encourage children to contribute to a better environment through fun-based activities. With 75 spaces still […] Galway Bay FM …


Quality of education being affected by large class sizes

Galway East Sinn Féin’s Louis O’Hara has said that the quality of children’s education in Galway is being affected by large class sizes. He said that countless classes are “far too big, in buildings too small, and not fit for purpose.” O’Hara’s comments come after it was revealed that there were 125 primary school classes […] Galway Daily …


Baily Point Salthill faceworks to commence with scaffolding erected today

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Scaffolding has been erected today at Baily Point in Salthill, as faceworks are due to commence. Mayor of Galway Clodagh Higgins is among those who have been highlighting the declining nature of the external facade of the building, at both a local and national level for years. The Baily Point […] Galway Bay FM …


Ticketing details for Senior & Intermediate Hurling Club Championships

The Galway GAA Senior & Intermediate Hurling Club Championships get underway this weekend. Details of all the fixtures for Friday through Monday, along with ticketing information for the Brooks Group Championships have been released by Galway GAA. Match tickets cost €10 if purchased ahead of time, or €15 if you’re buying at the gate. Under […] Galway Daily …


Plans for housing in Oughterard turned down

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Plans for a development of townhouses in Oughterard have been turned down. The plans, led by Keith Palmer, would have seen four units constructed at Carrowmanagh. Refusing permission, planners found the applicant failed to address the impact the site access would have on the public road. They further found the […] Galway Bay FM …


‘My Country is My Prison’ podcast launched by six Galway students

Six students from the Irish Centre for Human Rights at NUI Galway have launched a podcast series titled ‘My Country is My Prison’. The 5-episode podcast series highlights human rights violations perpetrated against women and children in Ireland’s institutions in the 20th century, using international human rights law as an illustrative framework. The Master in […] Galway Daily …


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