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Neuroscientist calculates feel-good Top 10 playlist

Neuroscientist calculates feel-good Top 10 playlist It's a no-brainer to suggest that a couple of verses of “We Are the Champions” might enthuse even the most morose listener, but now one scientist has proved Queen's standing as purveyor of the greatest “feel-good” song of the past 50 years — using a a 

Ross O'Carroll-Kelly special #5: 'It ended up being pretty easy to join Tinder'

Ross O'Carroll-Kelly special #5: 'It ended up being pretty easy to join Tinder' Love me Tinder: how technology is changing sex · Ross O'Carroll-Kelly special #1: 'Sorcha, you have a two-seat orse' · Ross O'Carroll Kelly special #2: 'Unspoiling a child is a lengthy process' · Ross O'Carroll Kelly special #3: 'I can't help it if you

Devonshire women stand in shop window for 2 DAYS to win £5k for their weddings

Devonshire women stand in shop window for 2 DAYS to win £5k for their weddings I had arranged child care for the next ten days. The store's owner Emily Rouse said it was the second year she'd run the contest, which she started to celebrate the first anniversary of the opening her business. 'I had a lot more entries this year

Van Morrison: 'Being famous is not great for the creative process. Not for me ...

Van Morrison: 'Being famous is not great for the creative process. Not for me ... At that point I lost total control. So it was three or four years of being manipulated by the puppet masters, basically. x. FOT: Would it be fair to say that your imaginative world was even more American than it was Irish or British? VM: Only musically

50 new jobs announced for Galway

50 new jobs announced for Galway Speaking at the company's offices in Galway, Minister Nash said, “The announcement by Industrial Info Resources that they are to double their workforce, creating 50 new jobs, is fantastic news for Galway and a real vote of confidence from the company

Sunday Times Rich List reveals Galways wealthiest people

The wealthiest people across Galway have been revealed in the Sunday Times Rich List for 2018.

Glenamaddy brothers Luke and Brian Comer top the list once again, with a combined wealth estimated at almost one billion euro.

 

According to the Sunday Times Rich List for 2018, Luke and Brian Comer now command a combined fortune of 909 million euro – a marginal increase of 3 million on last year.

Next is Abbeyknockmoy businessman Declan Ganley, who boasts a fortune worth an estimated 455 million euro – down 16 million this year.

The owners of Galway-based Smyths Toys – Anthony, Patrick, Thomas and Liam Smyth – are worth 207 million euro.

Galway-based engineering and property entrepreneur Padraic McHale, his wife Martina and his brother Martin control a combined wealth of 182 million.

While Galway man James Murphy, who sold his hair restoration product Viviscal last year for €150 million, is now worth an estimated 165 million euro.