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DESPITE 'SHAM' being a word indelibly associated with Tuam, Sean Daly & The Shams do not hail from north Galway. Sean is from Donegal, while the band was founded in San Francisco in 2011.
THE ARTIST Simon Daly was born in Dublin, but moved to Galway 14 years ago, and has been living here since, and his latest exhibition is being held in the Galway City Gallery.
Described as a ‘turbulent priest’, and ‘the dominant public figure in Galway during the 1850s’, who was ‘a stubborn, abrasive, guileful and egotistical populist,’* Fr Peter Daly was the principle mover and shaker behind Galway’s drive to become the main transatlantic port for traffic to America in the 1850s. As chairman of both the Town Commissioners and the Harbour Board, he supported J O Lever’s Galway Line, which was to run three state-of-the-art steam-sailing ships between Galway and New York, from a grandiose harbour to be built off Furbo. Passengers from Britain, and all over Ireland, would be delivered to the terminal by train. It was to be the most comfortable, and shortest, route to America.
Fianna Fáil Seanad Spokesperson on Agriculture, Food and Marine, Senator Paul Daly, has called on the Government to renew its effort in promoting safe practice on farms across Ireland. Senator Daly made the call during Farm Safety Week after securing a special debate in the Seanad on the matter.
ELEGY OF Fire, a new play written and directed by Galwegian Anthony Daly will be staged as part of the Colours Fringe Festival 2013.
Two finalists emerged from a five-team round–robin format in the annual May Team Tournament at the Galway Lawn Tennis Club.
More than 100 people were in attendance at the Fianna Fáil property tax public information meeting in the Welcome Inn Hotel, Castlebar, on Monday night.
ART OF Galway, the main art exhibition at the Galway Fringe Festival, featuring numerous local artists, is on show in the Dominican Hall in The Claddagh.
The Galway Council of Trade Unions will host a public debate on the Fiscal Compact Treaty tonight at 9pm in the Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road.
Local woman Mary Daly, a member of the Multyfarnham Active Retirement Association participated in a photocall in Dublin recently to help launch the Trade and Tourism Show, organised by the national representative body Active Retirement Ireland (ARI). The Trade and Tourism Show will take place at the Citywest Hotel on Tuesday April 17. It will run from noon until 6pm, and is open to the public, free of charge.