1. Pedal Power – A New Way To Get Around Galway
  2. The 1916 Rebellion in Song, Music and Stories
  3. NUI Galway Societies Scoop Four Awards at BICS Ceremony
  4. Galway Independent up for Social Media Awards
  5. Planning granted for new link road at Parkmore
  6. R2W Galway to meet with Independent TD
  7. Gardaí in bicycle theft warning
  8. Future of 1916 stone not yet known
  9. Appeal on city break-ins
  10. Concerns Over Rural Crime
  11. Young Soldier to be laid to rest
  12. Mayoral Charity Ball 2016
  13. ‘Appalling’ treatment of MND sufferer
  14. Call To Reinstate Raft at Blackrock
  15. Landslide Victory
  16. One-man Circus Comedy Theatre Show
  17. World class opera for worthy causes
  18. ‘Cinneadh Na Circe’ – The Hen Night Epiphany
  19. The Perfect Match
  20. Over The Edge: Open Reading
  21. A good ol’ Flann Fest is on its way
  22. April’s Lunchtimes with ConTempo at St. Nicholas’ Church
  23. A few Scoops at Monroe’s Live
  24. Critically acclaimed ‘The Blue Boy’ at Town Hall
  25. Cúirt New Writing Showcase
  26. Legally Blonde – Fresh musical fun
  27. Country artist for Monroe’s
  28. A hen night to remember
  29. ‘Lively’ light show at Monroe’s Live
  30. Rising stars Hogan to rock the west
  31. Charity Table Quiz in aid of Console
  32. Upcoming Courses at Galway Film Centre
  33. New SOLAS online courses
  34. This week’s volunteer role listing
  35. Annual GMIT Tourism Careers Fair
  36. NUI Galway Alumni Awards
  37. GMIT presents Honorary Fellowships to three outstanding individuals
  38. Sports Aerodynamics student scoops Threesis Prize
  39. PLC interviews
  40. 2FM’s Will Leahy to host alumni awards
  41. All welcome to NUI Galway’s Mindfulness classes
  42. Galway top for economic potential and friendliness
  43. Ambassador addresses ‘Made in India’ event
  44. IMS Marketing celebrates new office opening
  45. A thriving industry
  46. Galway’s business leaders raise €110k for COPE Galway
  47. Currency Risks
  48. Cambus Medical raises funds for mental health and cancer charities
  49. Nominate Outstanding Young People of the Year
  50. Harnessing Big Data
  51. Davie Furey tours new album
  52. 4 Men and a Bass
  53. The best of trad music for ‘Off the Rock Fundraiser’
  54. ‘As You Like It’ live at The Eye Cinema See ‘The Great Push’
  55. The Kings Of The Kilburn High Road
  56. Hitting the Diff at Monroe’s Live
  57. Galway singer/songwriter Patrick Conneely makes final ten of national song contest
  58. Creative Writing Classes at GTI
  59. Martin McDonagh’s ‘Hangmen’ live at The Eye Cinema
  60. Des Bishop: Grey Matters
  61. Galway West: The count
  62. ‘We can build on this’ – Ó Tuathail
  63. Second seat remains out of reach for Fianna Fáil
  64. Changes in the East
  65. ‘I now have to go look for a job!’
  66. Keaveney Crashes Out
  67. President’s daughter to run for SeanadPresident’s daughter to run for Seanad
  68. A different day
  69. From Game of Thrones to Galway
  70. No to FG/FF pact – Ó Cuív
  71. 10 rapes reported in the city this year
  72. Galway braces itself for serious flooding
  73. Carnmore Creative Campus
  74. The Royal Abbey of Cong
  75. The Cross of Cong
  76. Strong sales at Connacht Property Auction
  77. Colm Quinn host international BMW Best Practice Group
  78. Wanna be adored?
  79. Galway artisan food producer wins prestigious award
  80. Medical expenses – What can be claimed as a tax deduction
  81. It is never too early to plan for your future
  82. McGettigan’s opens its doors in Galway
  83. ‘No risk’ to crisis centre
  84. Galway West race heating up
  85. Parkmore traffic issues ‘stunting employment growth’
  86. Curtain lifts on 2015 Galway Film Fleadh
  87. Has General Motors finally broken its European duck?
  88. Making the cut to help children with cancer
  89. Dungarees – The comeback king
  90. Blues and country legend returns to Galway
  91. Countdown is on to SugarBeat 2015
  92. Join the songtastical world of Seuss
  93. Galway’s annual Pride Festival returns
  94. The traditional revolution
  95. Folk legend Declan Sinnott comes to Monroe’s Live
  96. Enjoy old-school rock’n’roll
  97. Ready to take the reins
  98. Business is booming
  99. The Hole in the Shed
  100. Residency
  101. Commodity woes
  102. From Middle Earth to Sea Road
  103. Sheridan to run for Greens in Galway
  104. Tributes paid to Baboró General Manager
  105. The most unlikely of heroes
  106. Galway Whiskey (Persse)
  107. Adrian Quinn Car Sales wins Carzone.ie sponsorship for Ardrahan GAA
  108. Autumn poetry workshops
  109. Action needed to address housing crisis – Carthy
  110. ‘Socially unjust’ changes to USC slammed
  111. Cheevers slams Govt ‘dishonesty’ over water investment
  112. The referendum was not simply about marriage
  113. Inchagoill – Island of the Devout Stranger
  114. Allsop holds online auction
  115. Four-bed in sought after location
  116. Strong sales at Connacht Property Auction
  117. 25 properties for auction
  118. Asking prices up across Connacht
  119. Only two weeks to go
  120. Spacious two-bed apartment
  121. A showcase spectacle
  122. A show of unbreakable resolve
  123. Sudden seduction
  124. Talking sense
  125. A unique slice of Jamaican reggae ska
  126. Galway’s SSE Cleaning nominated for national awards
  127. Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes
  128. ‘Shock’ at water works road closures
  129. Volunteer with Galway Film Fleadh
  130. 4 FG vie for seats
  131. Appeal on daylight robbery at Merlin Chapel
  132. Father-of-seven laid to rest
  133. Tonabrucky Hill proves toughest test
  134. Leisureland attempts to reel in clubs
  135. Make-A-Wish come true!
  136. Appeal on daylight robbery at Merlin Chapel
  137. Major food summit for Galway
  138. Father-of-seven laid to rest
  139. City centre four-bed
  140. Townhouse in sought after location
  141. Strong bidding expected
  142. Ireland’s fastest growing property network
  143. Four bed semi in sought after location
  144. Thirteen residential properties for auction
  145. Spacious three bed semi in Oranmore
  146. Wonderful detached family home
  147. Strong finish to 2014 for auction
  148. Galway properties go under the hammer
  149. Sport style
  150. In favour of plant based diets
  151. Oh, my aching back!
  152. Workout classes with a difference
  153. Next please
  154. Julian Gough for Over the Edge
  155. Aldi looking to fill Oranmore team
  156. Let’s stop the torture
  157. US investment key for Galway – Anderson
  158. Footpath extension ‘badly needed’ – Ó Conchúir
  159. Household water allowance should be increased – Connolly
  160. Small businesses being ‘pulverized’ – Garvey
  161. And the winner is…
  162. Greenway ‘attainable’ for North Galway – Cunniffe
  163. Tougher sentences needed for thugs who target elderly – Mullen
  164. Investment needed in west of city – Murphy
  165. ‘Pure dogfight’ expected in central ward
  166. Measles outbreak in NUI Galway
  167. Supreme Court Judge for NUIG address
  168. No ‘fair deal’ for elderly farmers – Mullen
  169. New supports for young sexual assault victims
  170. RNLI honours Galway volunteers
  171. EU Commissioner honoured by NUI Galway
  172. Funding announced for Mountain Rescue Teams
  173. ‘I feel at home’
  174. ‘I was controlled by alcohol’
  175. ‘With one person in my corner, I feel like Tom Selleck…’
  176. ‘Showing up is half the battle’
  177. Sticking together
  178. Protecting animals
  179. ‘I’m proud to be a fire-fighter’
  180. ‘The good moments more than outweigh the bad ones’
  181. Galway, wheelchair friendly or not?
  182. We are how we are!
  183. Help your neighbour grow good corn
  184. Galway’s maritime journey
  185. What’s wrong with the Junior Cycle proposals?
  186. Photos in the cloud
  187. An opportunity lost for Galway
  188. Supporting the arts
  189. This shouldn’t be ‘normal’
  190. If you want to feel good, do good!
  191. Wearable technology
  192. Encouraging the underdog
  193. Addressing the real issue
  194. Free architecture event
  195. Learning from The Mocks
  196. Junior Cert students honoured
  197. CAO deadline beckons
  198. Get to the top of the class
  199. Coping with The Mocks
  200. New Merlin School to open
  201. CV as marketing tool
  202. New beach project unveiled
  203. Grainne Seoige to host Alumni Gala Ball
  204. NUI students ‘make an impact’
  205. Final entries for Connacht Property Auction
  206. Spacious rural four-bed home
  207. Spacious three-bed duplex
  208. A house with something extra
  209. Modern spacious apartment
  210. Record property auction for March
  211. Country living by the city
  212. Entries sought for March property auction
  213. Spacious central two-bed apartment
  214. Leon roars in with new 280hp Cupra
  215. Opel’s Adam rocks in with new SUV look
  216. Axa Assistance takes eco-crown in Honda Challenge
  217. Super-sporty S1 hammers home Audi’s advantage
  218. Ferrari brings back the turbo for a new breed of California dreaming
  219. Handsome Spanish weight lifter
  220. TV3 Star Glenda Lands New Role As SsangYong Brand Ambassador
  221. Renault revives rear engine with new Twingo
  222. Century sales for Peugeot’s 208
  223. Hyundai’s perfect 10
  224. Three pronged approach to cleansing
  225. Make-up giveaway!
  226. Boys’ brush with colour
  227. Fight the appearance of ageing
  228. Star Trek star new face of Georgio Armani
  229. What have you got to lose?
  230. Go from am to pm
  231. Swap winter blues for golden hues
  232. Meet your sole mate
  233. In good hands
  234. Rehab for your hair
  235. The advantages of being single
  236. Drop in number of occupied commercial premises
  237. Make your money go further
  238. Indoor market returns to Roisin Dubh
  239. Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh nominees announced
  240. Dublin expo to showcase the West
  241. Don’t blindly follow the crowd
  242. Elephantine logic
  243. Key tax changes to investment or deposit income
  244. Camogie campaign off to rocky start
  245. Connacht win puts Railway Cup back on track
  246. Square Ball
  247. Connacht chase three in a row
  248. ‘Party politics before people’
  249. Western swagger
  250. Labour candidate added in Oranmore/Athenry
  251. ‘Immediate action needed on West funding cut’
  252. In the news: Cian Ó Cíobháin
  253. In the news: Ulla Hokkanen
  254. In the news: David Forde
  255. In the news – Fiona Graham
  256. NUI Galway event to debate privacy law
  257. In the news: Dr Roisin Dwyer
  258. In the news: Lauren Dolan
  259. Spacious semi-detached residence
  260. In the news: Marian Chambers-Higgins
  261. In the news: Tom Sears
  262. In the news: Olive Loughnane
  263. In the news: Freda Nic Giolla Chatháin
  264. In the News – James Martyn Joyce, Author
  265. In the news: Terry O’Flaherty
  266. In the news: Eileen Dixon
  267. Thomas Welby, Mayor of County Galway
  268. Kevin Higgins – Writer
  269. Gerard Craughwell, President of TUI
  270. Marian Moloney, Guide Dog user
  271. Carmen Taheny
  272. In the news: Andrea Tighe
  273. Paulina SIedlarek-Maciejewicz – Mother-of-two and member of Galway Autism Partnership committee
  274. In the news – Seamus Scanlon
  275. In the news- Anne-Marie Shanahan
  276. In the news – Róisín Stack
  277. In the news – Rita Gilligan
  278. In the news – Brían McNamara
  279. Enda McEvoy – Head Chef, Aniar
  280. In the news – Tony Fenton
  281. Pat McMahon – Galway County Librarian
  282. Prof. Tom Sherry – Dean of Science, NUI Galway
  283. John Martin Griffin – Community Worker
  284. Derval Reidy – Clinical Trials Manager
  285. Christy O’Connor Jnr – Golfer
  286. Sylvie Linnane – Hurling legend
  287. Santa Claus – Father Christmas
  288. Peter Flaherty – Soccer Referee
  289. Pat McGrath – Western Correspondent
  290. Claudia Frank – Chairperson, Galway Cat Rescue
  291. Nora-Jane Noone – Actress
  292. Professor Michael O’Flaherty – Human Rights expert
  293. Galway campaigner welcomes US immigration reform
  294. Oil be damned
  295. Connaughton welcomes US immigration reform plans
  296. Major investment in Galway transport
  297. Tributes paid to former Tuam Archbishop
  298. Examiner appointed to B&Q; Ireland
  299. De Buitléar remembered as ‘outstanding figure’
  300. Normal visiting hours resume at UHG
  301. €1m funding for Galway-based company
  302. Senator makes official complaint about Oranhill ‘hole’
  303. Fast food restaurant decision appealed
  304. Public consultation on new energy business
  305. Greyhound to expand into Galway refuse market
  306. O Cuív urges u-turn on ‘dangerous’ station closures
  307. Grassroots football
  308. Henshaw to answer Ireland’s Call
  309. Galway WFC minutes from toppling champions
  310. Eagles land safely after torrid week
  311. European dream evaporates in dismal display
  312. Big names miss out on early games for Cunningham
  313. Bad day for college in Walsh Cup
  314. Mulholland foresees problems with black cards
  315. Square Ball
  316. Winning start for hurlers
  317. Footballers impress but miss out on final berth
  318. Find your voice
  319. ‘Galway Platform’ sets out human rights vision
  320. Two more shows for Tiernan
  321. FF leader on Galway canvass
  322. Galway schools left ‘high and dry’
  323. Reform Alliance to create jobs – Healy Eames
  324. Margaretta “in good spirits”
  325. Galway Chamber welcomes “pro-business” legislation
  326. Ó Cuív welcomes Vatican Embassy ‘u-turn’
  327. NUI Galway to host public meeting on autism
  328. Organic farm scoops top prize at Galway enterprise awards
  329. Council urged to get its house in order
  330. Galway bids to become Ireland’s Floral City
  331. Flood warning for Galway City
  332. Kilnadeema/Leitrim take Connacht title
  333. Connacht let chance slip again
  334. Mountain rescue future in doubt
  335. New app ‘just the ticket’ for Galway
  336. ‘You will encounter views that few will ever see’
  337. ‘Don’t be afraid to ask for help’
  338. ‘I’ve learned more about people standing behind the bar than any college course could teach you’
  339. ‘If you want it bad enough you will make it happen’
  340. ‘Did I make a difference to their lives?’
  341. ‘Try and help save someone’s life’
  342. ‘Why did my child get cancer?’
  343. ‘It’s a whole new world’
  344. ‘I’ve learned more about people standing behind the bar than any college course could teach you’
  345. Macra – It’s not all about farming!
  346. Fuelling imaginations
  347. Tweets of the Week, Issue 38
  348. Driven to debate
  349. Rubbishing debate
  350. Syria – an urgent time to reflect
  351. Desert island economics
  352. ‘Seanad doesn’t make sense’
  353. ‘Time to call a halt and to say No’
  354. Give up yer oul cars
  355. Where the Government got it wrong
  356. Jus’ like that
  357. In defence of one-off
  358. Less talk, more action
  359. Food for thought
  360. Supporting the arts
  361. Spending Christmas in Galway
  362. Opportunity to be a leader in fish farm industry
  363. To promote fish farm as job creation scheme is galling
  364. BEST winners announced
  365. Moving into the driver’s seat
  366. Debate on future of Irish education
  367. ‘Significant donation’ for NUI Galway research
  368. Volunteers needed for adult language programme
  369. NUI Galway announces 2013 Sports Awards winners
  370. Barna Waste teaches students about recycling
  371. Teen Style Boot Camp returns
  372. Choosing postgraduate courses
  373. NUI Galway to host international nursing conference
  374. Spring Open Day at NUI Galway
  375. Staying focused
  376. Preparing for college interviews
  377. Calling all design students
  378. Free English lessons for adults
  379. Ada English Summer School returns to Ballinasloe
  380. GMIT to host graduate conference
  381. Vision for Galway to be compiled
  382. Help explore the power of music
  383. ALâ officers elected
  384. NUI Galway named in top 200 universities
  385. Back door options
  386. Seminar to take celebrate renowned writer
  387. Forum theatre workshops
  388. Change of Mind
  389. What’s next?
  390. A Good Samaritan
  391. Careers assessment
  392. D Day for Junior Certs
  393. Chinese classes for Galway schools
  394. Apply now for courses in the UK
  395. Calling Rural Entrepreneurs
  396. Mary Immaculate College creating pathways to education
  397. GMIT launches language scheme
  398. Returning to Education
  399. Opting out
  400. GMIT student wins international award
  401. GMIT Students’ Union launches jobs initiative
  402. The First Essay
  403. Computer training for over 55s
  404. NUI Galway seeks ‘reel life’ science videos
  405. Galway Kumon centre opens
  406. Dyslexia
  407. Claregalway bungalow for sale
  408. Properties for auction in Athenry, Kinvara
  409. Get tax relief while extending or renovating your home
  410. Large industrial premises for sale
  411. Family home for sale
  412. Spacious four-bed in Renville Village
  413. Superb detached family home
  414. Monster Auction this week with lots from €19,000
  415. Strong interest at first Connacht Property Auction
  416. Worshipping the icon
  417. New Mini back to where it once belonged
  418. Galway WFC on the road to Cork and Castlebar
  419. An Spideal denied by late surge
  420. Lam defends refusing levelling kick
  421. Galway WFC host Shamrock Rovers
  422. Castlebar dethrone champions
  423. Grassroots football
  424. Liverpool a real Christmas cracker
  425. Top roles go uncontested at convention
  426. Top of the table battle for Corinthians
  427. Save the last dance
  428. Local treats from Rí na Mara
  429. Fastest growing Yoga in the West
  430. Find your perfect winter coat at Louis Copeland
  431. All natural ASP Colour Dynamics now at Barry’s
  432. Love Lancôme
  433. Property tax deadline extended further
  434. Call for minimum sentencing for burglars
  435. Fish farm spend probe urged
  436. New Mini back to where it once belonged
  437. Worshipping the icon
  438. ‘We are a local response to a local need’
  439. ‘I thought this was the end for me’
  440. ‘I feel at home’
  441. Christmas exams
  442. Post graduate closing dates
  443. Free advice booklet for first years
  444. Galway company wins at Fit Out Awards
  445. Bright apartments with ‘holiday feel’
  446. Large industrial premises for sale
  447. Abominable Snowman arrives in Ireland
  448. Volkswagen offers VIP service to new customers
  449. Jaguar adds a roof, trims the price of F-Type
  450. Dream giveaway
  451. Bad hair days? Sorted!
  452. The scent of Christmas
  453. Tax-free gift vouchers
  454. WestBIC celebrates 25 years
  455. Galway company director appointed to international health board
  456. Win a Sothy’s skincare set!
  457. Style Watch
  458. Fear the dentist no more
  459. Galway perfume hailed
  460. Say yes!
  461. Get hands on with hands-only CPR
  462. Sales savvy
  463. Mineral magic
  464. New sustainability Masters launched
  465. Galway mathematician publishes 1,000th article
  466. Choosing a course
  467. Principal appointed to new Claregalway school
  468. GMIT students showcase new food products
  469. New Irish-language music app
  470. Skype interviews
  471. Jazz For Juniors schools programme
  472. TG4 launches app as Gaeilge
  473. Landing your dream job
  474. Over 20,000 attend science festival exhibition
  475. Bliain na Gaeilge launched
  476. Education yearbook launched
  477. Studying teaching in the UK
  478. New Year tax tips
  479. Year-end tax planning tips for 2012
  480. Year-end tax planning
  481. Coll & Co
  482. Tax tips
  483. Rental income
  484. Commercial real estate worth considering
  485. Let people make the festivities festive
  486. Spend Christmas in Galway
  487. Team Galway
  488. Creating confidence
  489. We all have a part to play
  490. Making a difference
  491. How to apply for grants and loans
  492. Enterprise Board supports
  493. Financial supports
  494. Look back – move forward
  495. No bank loan? Next…
  496. Apply for a bank loan
  497. Business loans
  498. How to finance your business
  499. How to finance your business in Galway
  500. Training – necessary or relevant?
  501. Get advice
  502. The end goal
  503. Structure of a Business Plan – Part 3
  504. Structure of a business plan – Part 2 of 3
  505. Laying out the law
  506. Board of Directors query
  507. Laying out the law
  508. Mortgage arrears
  509. Question: I am developing a mobile phone app. Do I need to worry about data protection law?
  510. Personal Injury
  511. Commercial leasing
  512. The Volvo impact
  513. To sea, oh to sea
  514. Fighting cybercrime
  515. The big picture
  516. Going for gold
  517. Finishing first
  518. TomTom launches car kit for smartphones
  519. CFO optimism fails
  520. A little light reading
  521. Doing the Math
  522. Optimism on the rise
  523. The dancer
  524. Top 10 trends that will help elevate IT for digital business
  525. Any port in a storm
  526. Keep it simple
  527. Video Games: Economies of the Future?
  528. Hallowe’en Indicator 2012: Trick or Treat?
  529. Irish CIOs look to digital future
  530. Demographics and the markets
  531. The spirit is alive and well!
  532. 4G mobile technology: The €1 billion a year bonus to our economy?
  533. Multi-channel strategy key this Christmas
  534. Monkey business
  535. Nollaig na mBan?
  536. Panda’s not a bear, it’s a monster!
  537. An economist’s guide to buying Christmas presents
  538. 4 Corners Cannabis Review & Coupon Code
  539. Kat’s Naturals Review & Coupon Code – CBD Oil
  540. Local med tech companies short-listed for national award
  541. Budget failure
  542. New model for SMEs launched
  543. Need for broadband investment highlighted
  544. Calling all female entrepreneurs
  545. Increasing online sales with SEO
  546. Crowning the customer
  547. Parcel Motel arrives in Galway
  548. Galway man wins inaugural hospitality award
  549. Galway company buys Weston Airport
  550. Permanent TSB Open Evening
  551. Employment law briefing
  552. Connecting the West
  553. Employment day in Carraroe
  554. Jobseekers’ information day
  555. BPW club launched in Tuam
  556. Galway company acquired by ProTek Group
  557. The voice squad
  558. Gaeltacht funding announced
  559. Jurys invest €1.5m in Galway hotel
  560. New PR agency for food businesses launched
  561. Making connections
  562. Free blogging seminar
  563. Galway company named ‘Best Managed’
  564. Fun Family Day for RNLI
  565. Race for RNLI
  566. Tall Ship Sailing youth exchange
  567. Sailing spectacle on Galway Bay
  568. Mox Henderson
  569. Boost for Connemara salmon farming
  570. Me and the Sea – David Colturi
  571. Galway’s future Olympians
  572. Me and the Sea – Joe Fegan
  573. 10k for Clifden Lifeboat
  574. Rusheen Bay to be eCar ambassador
  575. Gripping finale to Purcell Marine Late Summer Series
  576. Remembering the RNLI
  577. Fine weather for Late Summer series
  578. International Angling Show headed for Salthill
  579. Surf SUP
  580. Sub-Aqua Club celebrates 50 years
  581. Local lifeboats launch 24 times over summer
  582. Me and the sea
  583. Ticket prices plunge for replay
  584. Fast food chief hopeful team can bring home the bacon
  585. Strong character from Galway
  586. Following Galway on the road to Croker
  587. Tending to the tribe
  588. Galway hurling captain’s blog
  589. Galway needs to lay down a marker
  590. Star profile – Iarla Tannian
  591. Galway dominates All-Star nominations
  592. Mervue House
  593. The Loughrea Siege ends
  594. The Eyre Family
  595. Proud Eyre
  596. Stratford Eyre
  597. Other Eyre family members
  598. The Furey Brothers
  599. Liam O’Flaherty – A breathtaking storyteller
  600. Sir Valentine Blake (14th Baron of Menlo)
  601. Christmas Night Broadcast 1941 – Eire’s Stand
  602. Some Christmas events
  603. St Stephen’s Day
  604. New Year’s Day
  605. Teampaill
  606. Embrace The Cloud!
  607. The Best Cloud Apps
  608. Tech Talk
  609. Your First Computer
  610. Computer Hijack
  611. Information Overload – Email Hell
  612. Where are my contacts?
  613. Snap Happy
  614. Setting up cloud storage
  615. Touchscreen tablets
  616. Android Tablets
  617. New Honda CR-V arrives
  618. €800m investment kick-starts new Leon production
  619. Europcar creates 50 new jobs in Galway and Meath
  620. Classic VW Camper headed to campsite in the sky
  621. Fourth-generation Clio here at last
  622. It’s a long way to the top
  623. Citroen offering free fuel to new car buyers
  624. All-new Maserati Quattroporte revealed
  625. Toyota giving cars away
  626. Jaguar-Land Rover expands Irish operations
  627. Local students to be presented with scholarships by Bill Clinton
  628. Clocking in
  629. All shook up
  630. Substance and style
  631. Cava to host second Galway Tweet Up
  632. GiftedLive keeps on giving
  633. New library for Mountbellew school
  634. Style watch
  635. City fair to showcase food and crafts
  636. Trad in An Taibhdhearc
  637. Cover stars
  638. Javanese night
  639. Gosh launches scrappage scheme
  640. National award for Portumna retirement home
  641. Honda’s clever new diesel to hit 78mpg
  642. Where does it end?
  643. Get your groove baroque
  644. Hall of Fame honour for Galway broadcaster
  645. Bottle banks closed for ‘essential maintenance’
  646. Search continues for €500,000 Lotto winner
  647. New alliance formed to protect community services
  648. Wegians take honours in local derby
  649. Moycullen with back-to-back wins
  650. Newpark Hotel to reopen under new management
  651. Running legend to compete in Connemara 10K
  652. New app to provide free access to health info
  653. New bank needed to stimulate small business sector
  654. Galway clubs shine in Cross Country
  655. Flynn point gives Larkins victory in minor decider
  656. AIB drive for small business continues
  657. New education centre for Kylemore Abbey
  658. Galwegians urged to ‘check the register’ ahead of Nov referendum
  659. Galway celebrates social inclusion
  660. Wonderful two-bed townhouse in Galway
  661. Business Profile
  662. Galway champs dominated
  663. Murphy retains Galway minor role
  664. Galway student found safe and well
  665. Thousands to attend Galway’s Baboró Festival
  666. Lengthy closure for Oughterard Library
  667. New Boots store to open in Galway next week
  668. Demand exceeds supply at Colm Farrell Auctioneers
  669. Kelly named Galway U-21 boss
  670. No decision made on Galway Volvo Ocean Race stopover
  671. Occupy Galway protestors escape arrest
  672. A day aboard a HSE Ambulance
  673. Keeping bullying at bay
  674. Spooktacular festival returns
  675. Refugee Council hits out at centre closure
  676. Private sector to be acknowledged in Mayor’s Awards
  677. Trade union condemns FG TD’s comments
  678. Galway woman scoops top blog award
  679. Galway City second best in Ireland
  680. World record attempt in Oranmore
  681. Anti-psychiatry debate at NUI Galway
  682. Appeal for info on spate of burglaries
  683. Public consultation begins on planned salmon farm
  684. Jedward concert cancelled
  685. Volvo bid stalemate continues
  686. Galway students focused on the jobs market
  687. New stats threaten future of rural station
  688. Floating campus to visit Galway
  689. Galway fuel prices among highest in the country
  690. Man electrocuted in freak accident
  691. Work on Bodkin roundabout to begin next month
  692. Interpol in bid to identify Connemara body
  693. Galway students excel in Leaving Cert
  694. Unique youth café for children with autism
  695. Gardaí remain steadfast on nightlife clampdown
  696. AEOS scheme must be reopened
  697. Roll up! Roll up!
  698. Rents rise in the city
  699. Rental income
  700. Working from the heart
  701. 208 joins the ‘lion-out’
  702. In the news- Anne-Marie Shanahan
  703. Why are there so many spam emails?
  704. Choice of two substantial homes in Athenry
  705. Changing it up
  706. IndOpinion
  707. Farm Safety Still an Issue
  708. Making a difference
  709. Nomination call for ‘Life after Stroke’ Awards
  710. The grass is not always greener
  711. Mervue House
  712. Champions Crash Out
  713. Retailers enjoying sales boost
  714. Race Night to support Donal’s road to recovery
  715. Westdoc issues appeal over patient care
  716. Hospital staff subjected to abusive calls in wake of Savita death
  717. ‘Positive indications’ for airport
  718. Councillors fired up over station delay
  719. Coláiste na Coiribe plans submitted
  720. Concerns over closure of Tuam centre
  721. Libraries hoping for happy ending
  722. Drop in perinatal deaths
  723. Galway cues up snooker return
  724. Oranmore school at “crisis point”
  725. Drop in Live Register
  726. Drop in Trolley Watch figures but staffing concerns remain
  727. Challenging year ahead for business
  728. 1 in 6 calls to Samaritans ‘recession related’
  729. Government rules out Volvo ‘dig out’
  730. Crunch meeting on Galway Airport funding
  731. Gameshow windfall for Galway woman
  732. Smartphone leads to successful Galway mountain rescue
  733. Fibre broadband rollout announced
  734. Motorists thanked for ‘conscious’ driving
  735. Extension sought for Sacre Coeur redevelopment
  736. Funding boost for local sports groups
  737. Galway house prices continue to fall
  738. Galway City praised in litter survey
  739. Paddy Power plans Galway expansion
  740. Community in fear after assault on priest
  741. High ratings for Deception debut
  742. Distribution of Lotto funding criticised
  743. Grave concerns over city burials
  744. Lifeline for airport
  745. New contractor for Bodkin works
  746. Children facing year wait for mental heath services
  747. High demand for property in Galway City
  748. Major increase in Park and Ride numbers
  749. Volvo group seeking clarification on Gov funding
  750. Back to the drawing board for Ironman
  751. Knock has busiest year in 26-year history
  752. Galwegians wanted for ‘Big Heart Fight Night’
  753. Galway school aims to lighten the load for students
  754. Over 1,000 volunteer in 2012
  755. Supermac’s to open Down Under
  756. Gleaming Galway named second cleanest city
  757. Galway murder trial to open next week
  758. New bilingual communications company launched in Connemara
  759. Union offers food to poverty stricken students
  760. €3m allocated to tackle student poverty
  761. Information evening for Traveller Community
  762. New maintenance posts for Athenry
  763. Galway ball for Tiny Dancer
  764. Pain for Galway families as Budget cutbacks begin
  765. Call for nursing scheme boycott
  766. Hospitality opportunities at GMIT
  767. Galway welcomes Operation Transformation
  768. Local companies showcase their wares
  769. Public interview with Mary Robinson
  770. Oral hearing on controversial factory
  771. Galway gatherings get going
  772. 2,000 students still waiting on grant payments
  773. New grant scheme for septic tank works
  774. Thousands flock to Shop Street
  775. Jes students to ‘sleep out’
  776. Public urged to sign X Case letter
  777. Taoiseach to meet with student protesters
  778. Students hit by financial hardship
  779. ‘Almost impossible’ cats caused UHG flea outbreak
  780. ‘Much to be proud of’- President
  781. Knock to fly to Malaga and Majorca
  782. Walk the walk for Croí
  783. Chance for Seanad to prove its worth
  784. Concern at falling roads budget
  785. Council to pursue traffic fines
  786. Council makes conditional airport pledge
  787. Tributes paid to Galway artist
  788. Councillors block water rate increase
  789. From Connemara to Mordor
  790. City in Rugby World Cup bid
  791. ‘Anti-education, anti-jobs’ cut slammed
  792. 2,000 students still waiting on grants
  793. Former Galway TD settles defamation action
  794. Healy Eames fined for tax violation
  795. HIQA names investigation team into Savita death
  796. Ultra runner nominated for national award
  797. Weather limits IMA Championship
  798. Me and the Sea – Graigory Sutherland
  799. Rare lobsters at Galway Atlantaquaria
  800. Irish lighthouses still shining
  801. Craic continues at the Race Village
  802. Galwegians urged to come out in force for VOR send-off
  803. Next stop Marstrand
  804. Cash injection needed for Even Keel project
  805. Moycullen sign two-time All-American ahead of first Superleague game
  806. Favourites all through from groups stages
  807. Mountbellew/Moylough finally into last eight
  808. Teachers need to call themselves aside
  809. Do as I say, Not as I do
  810. Wrong way, Turn back
  811. Some comfort for distressed mortgage holders
  812. 263 out of 400 ain’t bad
  813. Cllrs dither while Galway comes to a standstill
  814. All kinds of everything needed
  815. Calling creative types
  816. Join the debate on building a new republic
  817. INDOpinion – 28th September 2011
  818. Dear Tanya – 21st September 2011
  819. Yoga Synergy
  820. Dear Tanya – 28th September 2011
  821. Historic feature property
  822. Major property auction
  823. Tranquil historic home
  824. An app a day, helps you work rest and play
  825. Laying out the law – 28th September 2011
  826. Chamber Col – 28th September 2011
  827. Edu col – 21st September 2011
  828. Bow Waves launches winter training programme
  829. NUI Galway gets arts into action
  830. Ciaran Cannon – Galway East TD and head of SOLAS
  831. Mike Mansfield – Plan Ireland Sponsor Relationships Manager
  832. Professor Pat Dolan – CFRC
  833. Renault put electric car drive in place with new ambassadors
  834. Renault sponsor paracyclist Mark Rohan
  835. TomTom links with Mazda and Fiat
  836. Remembering Manuela
  837. Audio Feng Shui
  838. Abbey Theatre to perform ‘B for Baby’
  839. New clinic to battle lengthy waiting lists
  840. Appeal for information on Gort burglary
  841. Galway businesses falling victim to credit crisis
  842. Defiant turf-cutters return to Clonmoylan bog
  843. Suspect Ballybrit device ‘not viable’
  844. Man charged following cannabis seizure
  845. Swim ban continues at Grattan Beach
  846. Galway Cllr to speak at suicide conference
  847. Parking charges deterring business in Ballinasloe
  848. Private ambulance service to be rolled out
  849. Playgrounds to become smoke free zones
  850. Transplant athlete dedicates win to donor
  851. Traffic warning as children return to school
  852. Galway Target Express workers join sit in
  853. Friday, I’m in Galway
  854. Strong interest in historic Kenny’s building
  855. Port in a storm
  856. NPWS denies ‘death defying’ aerial intimidation
  857. Masquerade merriment for Oyster Festival
  858. Young swimmer wins sports award
  859. Mayor calls for talks over Mervue pitch plans
  860. Galway’s medieval churches at risk
  861. Boyle wins Mór Oil Rally
  862. Home sharing volunteers sought
  863. Culture night returns to Galway
  864. Runner-up prize for Galway charity worker
  865. Ten new jobs for Galway company
  866. New suicide crisis centre for Galway
  867. New service for aggrieved Galway mortgage holders
  868. Galway Senator joins Chinese curriculum group
  869. Volunteering Fair at NUI Galway
  870. 3,000 Junior Cert students to receive results today
  871. Moone landing
  872. New crisis centre confirmed for Tuam
  873. Calls for maintenance of local haulage routes
  874. New non-invasive treatment at GUH
  875. Seminar to discuss social media and charities
  876. Galway pubs boycott late night ambulance service
  877. Tiernan to embark on ‘World Tour of Galway’
  878. BB Bear expands vocabulary
  879. Four Galway nursing homes nominated for national awards
  880. UK company to relocate to Galway
  881. NUI Galway develops new pneumonia testing tool
  882. Galway musicians victorious at Fleadh
  883. Grants available for digital switchover events
  884. Ó Cuív launches visceral attack on Health Minister
  885. Galway cleans up its act
  886. Galway wheelchair users facing social exclusion
  887. Galway’s ‘Sweaty Betty’ to make TV debut
  888. Time to tackle Croke Park
  889. New €3.7m heart facility to open in city
  890. Calling young collectors
  891. Champion runner steps out for Africa
  892. Councillors’ retirement pay ‘inappropriate’
  893. Council allays grant fears
  894. Galway Senator appointed party spokesperson
  895. New cycle track to boost Galway tourism
  896. City Council to join nuclear-free group
  897. Galway model visits Playboy Mansion
  898. Local Senator joins Chinese curriculum group
  899. Wildlife walk at Grattan Beach
  900. Four charged in Galway drug raid
  901. Galway man inspires Chieftains honour
  902. The Bish celebrates 150 years
  903. 300 new jobs for Galway
  904. CERN exhibition opens
  905. Six charged following drugs raid
  906. Extended Christmas market set to return to square
  907. Quest for Liam’s wheels
  908. Be Galway’s 16th Man
  909. Parish mourns tragic loss
  910. €50,000 prize package for SCCUL awards
  911. Probe into garda attack
  912. Campaign continues for Lisbrook residents
  913. Second chance for city ambulance
  914. Connolly best for West
  915. Student to save money by living in a tent
  916. Galway warned to ‘step up’ or lose out
  917. Council allays grant fears
  918. 300 New Tech Jobs For City
  919. €2.2m windfall for Galway Prize Bond holders
  920. Debate on ageing in Ireland
  921. Top marks for Galway campuses
  922. Galway technology used by US Government
  923. Man collapses in city centre
  924. 35,000 ‘no shows’ at GUH
  925. Call for Taoiseach to visit nursing home
  926. Galway production opens to rave reviews in London
  927. An Taisce report ‘peppered with sweeping generalisations’
  928. Families’ hopes dashed by High Court ruling
  929. New appointments to TG4 Board
  930. New tech offers huge potential for Galway jobs
  931. Pieta House founder to speak in Galway
  932. New Claregalway school to open next year
  933. €1 million in workplace compo payouts
  934. Entrepreneurs vie for business prize
  935. Focus on science and technology needed – Commissioner
  936. Warning that budget cuts will push families into poverty
  937. Concern over electricity grid plan
  938. Strong response to O’Loughlin appeal
  939. Full speed ahead for Briarhill
  940. Major initiative to tackle city traffic
  941. Council won’t propose rate decrease
  942. Saw Docs eye up Christmas No.1
  943. Market attendance up
  944. County Council in Staffing Crisis
  945. Ashford Castle enters receivership
  946. Galway man begins 1,000 mile run
  947. Road closure due to flooding
  948. Student protesters released without charge
  949. Diners blast new booking charge
  950. Rezoning plans rejected
  951. NBCRI donate €1m to research facility
  952. Finish line in sight for On the Road Again
  953. New dog breeding legislation welcomed
  954. Galway play boost for local tourism
  955. News Review of the Year
  956. A Year in Politics
  957. Chances of a lifetime for Galway-based artist
  958. 8 out of 10 Irish drivers feel safer on our roads – AXA Survey
  959. Tír an Fhia/Leitir Mór boil water notice lifted
  960. Student protesters released without charge
  961. Golf estate proves that SUV cravings are all in your head
  962. Ghostly image causes a stir
  963. Get Festival Fit!
  964. Hollywood Smile
  965. No Babies on Board
  966. Getting Shirty
  967. Practical market research
  968. The Chinese Dream
  969. Caught in the web
  970. Up-skilling employees
  971. Draft legislation for companies on the way
  972. Bettor Not Lose
  973. Lexus shoots for the moon
  974. Peugeot doing it for the kids
  975. Western Motors Zeroes in on Value
  976. Toyota Ireland wins ethical business award
  977. Send your cubs to train with The Lions
  978. Form an orderly Q
  979. Mazda back in black
  980. SEAT’s practically giving money away
  981. Mitsubishi’s X marks a new spot
  982. Luxury Range
  983. Literary Launch
  984. Growing Pains
  985. Three wins for Galway at Smedias
  986. Summer lovin’
  987. Which language is most powerful for business?
  988. Sick teddies skip waiting lists
  989. Charity ‘rackets’ under fire
  990. Double parking doublespeak
  991. Graffiti clean-up costing city €20,000 per annum
  992. Council looking at suing Govt department
  993. Plans for new western education cluster
  994. ‘Budget fails students’
  995. ‘Wine increase will close restaurants’
  996. UHG hopping… with fleas
  997. City Council refuse service under threat
  998. 5,000 people waiting for a house
  999. Budget targets children – COPE Galway
  1000. Council invest in rugby test
  1001. Galway psychiatric ward deemed unfit
  1002. Lily-Mae comes home
  1003. Council facing €189,000 property tax bill
  1004. ‘Carers using respite grant to pay bills’
  1005. Keaveney blasts ‘regressive’ Budget
  1006. Warriors wanted for American football team
  1007. Garda held over alleged sex assault
  1008. Reilly to visit Galway this week
  1009. GAAW members arrested
  1010. Rates meeting deemed a ‘success’
  1011. Fears Remain Over Island Flights
  1012. No rate hike for local business
  1013. Airport crunch meetings continue
  1014. Minister slams ‘nasty’ turf protest
  1015. ‘Careful consideration’ required on abortion legislation
  1016. Garda checkpoint to track down Ardrahan ‘hit and run’ driver
  1017. St Thomas’ hurlers celebrate family affair
  1018. Consultants Removed From Savita inquiry
  1019. City Council to Combat Traffic Snarl-up
  1020. Major Blow To City Bypass plans
  1021. Taoiseach slammed as ‘insensitive’ following Savita comments
  1022. €80,000 funding for Galway arts groups
  1023. ‘City losing tourists due to bus issues’
  1024. Further criticism for Galway-Limerick rail service
  1025. Galway team tackle Great Ethiopian Run
  1026. ‘Inquiry necessary to ensure UHG is safe’ – Reilly
  1027. Public meeting on suicide set for Loughrea
  1028. Coca-Cola Vice-President speaks at NUI Galway
  1029. Call for increase in CE schemes
  1030. CCTV Footage To Establish Cause of Dealership Death
  1031. ‘Misterman’ Big Apple bound
  1032. First Day of School
  1033. Local Civil Defence role in Libyan conflict
  1034. Galway companies shortlisted in Deloitte Best Managed Awards
  1035. A new way to help you pay a fine
  1036. Year ending on a high for Shannon Group
  1037. HERO Recruitment named Agency of the Year
  1038. Galway woman elected new RDS President
  1039. Galway Lions Auction
  1040. 30,000 to travel through Ireland West Airport for Xmas
  1041. Medtronic is named the Medtech Company of the Yea
  1042. Medical expenses – What can be claimed as a tax deduction?
  1043. Why Would I Use Encryption?
  1044. Galway Chamber Business Award winners announced
  1045. Recipe for Success
  1046. Medtronic is named the Medtech Company of the Year
  1047. ‘Hygge’ – Are the Danes on to something?
  1048. Irish-Chinese networking event
  1049. Free mentoring programme for entrepreneurs and businesses
  1050. Chanelle Group named Exporter of the Year 2016
  1051. SiteMinder opens its new office in Galway
  1052. New appointments at EY Galway
  1053. Shopping local this Christmas
  1054. 308 is lucky number for new Peugeot
  1055. Honda’s back in F1
  1056. Fiesta is Europe’s leading party
  1057. MOD is rocking
  1058. Toyota now world’s most valuable car brand
  1059. Taking DIY to a new level
  1060. New Alsatian is top dog
  1061. Cut and Run
  1062. Breathe Easy
  1063. Galway GAA motion goes to Congress
  1064. Hyundai Has a self-driving Ioniq up its sleeve
  1065. Skoda’s Big Superb Remains One of the most useful cars you can buy
  1066. Toyota Says 97% of its Hybrid Buyers Will stick with their cars
  1067. Sherry FitzGerald Scoop Residential Agency Award
  1068. Christmas ‘Ceiling of Light’ for Galway’s Latin Quarter
  1069. Saw Doctors Galway Concert Cancelled Due to illness
  1070. Brought to Bear
  1071. Folk Revival
  1072. Galway Arts Festival Programme Unveiled
  1073. Sea Festival Ahoy!
  1074. Supporters Rally For Turfcutters
  1075. Galway Students Going To School Starving
  1076. Keaveney Against Abortion Bill
  1077. Savita Report For Minister ‘Within Weeks’
  1078. Questions Raised Over Hospital Board
  1079. Store To Appeal Order to Repaint
  1080. Galway School Tops Times guide
  1081. An Taisce Accused of City Sabotage
  1082. Galway To Get 12 New Councillors
  1083. Man Critical Following Athenry Incident
  1084. Relationship upskilling
  1085. Margaretta D’Arcy book launch
  1086. 48 Hour Film Challenge
  1087. DJ workshops at Galway Arts Centre
  1088. Dermot & Dave on The ‘Ah Sure Lookit!’ Tour
  1089. Choral fusion
  1090. Philadelphia youth choir to perform in Galway
  1091. Countdown to GIAF begins
  1092. What to do in Galway this week
  1093. Family lunch time concerts
  1094. Relic of Mother Teresa at Galway Cathedral
  1095. SeaFest tourism boost for Galway
  1096. Galway Film Fleadh launched
  1097. Free family activities at SeaFest
  1098. Free higher education places on offer
  1099. The Final Week
  1100. Forever Homes Needed
  1101. Supporting mental health through diet
  1102. Make-up Quick Fixes
  1103. Junior Achievement Ireland celebrates 20 years
  1104. Which language is most powerful for business?
  1105. Galway’s Blue Economy
  1106. Business Events at SeaFest 2017
  1107. Galway’s gaming future
  1108. Concern for Apple
  1109. Roundabouts branded ‘a shambles’
  1110. Balloon festival returns
  1111. Ed Sheeran fever hits Galway
  1112. ‘It’s not enough just to be good’
  1113. Macnas Parade
  1114. Questioning Legislation
  1115. Many alternative routes to be looked at
  1116. Do you support the introduction of legislation that includes risk of suicide as grounds for abortion?
  1117. Do you support the decision of Galway Bus Eireann drivers to take industrial action?
  1118. Galway’s research clusters: a shining example of innovation at work
  1119. Forum theatre workshops
  1120. Seminar to take celebrate renowned writer
  1121. Help Explore the Power of Music
  1122. ‘Rails Girls’ comes to Galway
  1123. Galway Girls Named ‘EU & You’ winners
  1124. ALâ officers elected
  1125. NUI Galway named in top 200 universities
  1126. Back Door Options
  1127. Four bed for sale in sought-after area
  1128. Superb City Properties
  1129. Exquisite family home for sale
  1130. Athenry family home for sale
  1131. DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard launch auction
  1132. Two takes at city centre living
  1133. Apartment Block for Sale
  1134. DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard hold May Auctions
  1135. Auctioneers launch ‘major drive’ for Galway properties
  1136. City property in need of refurbishment
  1137. Ford scores van award triple-crown
  1138. Your driveway the most expensive place to park
  1139. Elwood Hopes to Leave on a High
  1140. Mervue robbed at the death
  1141. Traveller Pride Week begins in county
  1142. ‘Exceptional’ response needed to farming crisis
  1143. Call for cancer public awareness campaign
  1144. High-speed broadband set for Shantalla and Mervue
  1145. Volunteers wanted for NUI comfort eating study
  1146. Search launched for Farmer of the Year
  1147. Ash dieback warning for Galway famers
  1148. 24-year-old dies in Knockdoe crash
  1149. GAA fans flock to new Park and Ride
  1150. Inisbofin among favourite holiday spots
  1151. Free screening at African Film Festival
  1152. Do Fairies Still Dwell Among Us?
  1153. Creating Colour
  1154. Learn to be humble
  1155. The Great Willie Morris
  1156. Own the streets for one night only
  1157. The Sound of Silence
  1158. Wishing on a Star
  1159. Sean The Boy
  1160. Is a Guy’s Job Really a Deal Breaker?
  1161. Win a Goodie Bag!
  1162. Can I Ask You a Question?
  1163. Making Exercise a Habit, Not a Chore
  1164. Vintage – A Great Way To Channel Your Own Style
  1165. Healthy Weight, Healthy Pregnancy, Healthy Baby
  1166. Make-up Masterclass
  1167. Best Dressed – Tips From The Judges
  1168. Add a Splash of Summer To Your Look
  1169. Can you kick it? Yes you can
  1170. Making Lifestyle Changes is About Making Them Realistic
  1171. Is A Guy’s Job Really a Deal Breaker?
  1172. Win a Goodie Bag!
  1173. Can I Ask You a Question?
  1174. Making Exercise a Habit, Not a Chore
  1175. Vintage – A Great Way to Channel Your Own Style
  1176. Healthy Weight, Healthy Pregnancy, Healthy Baby
  1177. Picks of the Week, 15 July 2015
  1178. My Fellow Sponges to rock Ruby Room
  1179. Swing Down to Monroe’s Live for some jive
  1180. A Double Whammy of Fine Folk
  1181. Mayhem and Madness
  1182. Paintclub Galway Returns
  1183. Debut Show for Exciting Duo at Monroe’s Live
  1184. Enjoy Old-School Rock’n’Roll
  1185. Folk Legend Declan Sinnott comes to Monroe’s Live
  1186. The Traditional Revolution
  1187. Donegal to face the Galway Hurdle
  1188. Oji own-goal costs Galway
  1189. Dunne rallies the Tribesmen
  1190. Croke Park Dawns
  1191. Sharpshooting Niland leads the way
  1192. Second time lucky for clinical minors
  1193. Dream win for hurlers but still room to improve
  1194. Loughrea Sprint Triathlon
  1195. Galway Welcomes West Coast Racers
  1196. Join Climb for Curls 2015 this August!
  1197. Galway crew assist on ‘Reek Sunday’
  1198. Best Dressed
  1199. Funding boost for Galway Hospice
  1200. Cool Wish Granted for Ciarán
  1201. Champions
  1202. Best Dressed Winner Announced
  1203. 50 new jobs for Galway
  1204. Galway welcomes west coast racers
  1205. Bats to get their own route over new M17/M18
  1206. Ballybrit Bonanza
  1207. Grassroots Football
  1208. FAI Player Development Plan
  1209. FAI Soccer Sisters Easter Camps
  1210. FAI Late Night League
  1211. FAI Skills Development Programme
  1212. FAI Goalkeeper Coaches’ Clinic
  1213. FAI Don’t X the Line
  1214. Summer Soccer
  1215. Family FUN Football Event
  1216. To Heck With The Game, Get in the Zone
  1217. All Can Change Very Quickly
  1218. Roving Reporter Answers The Call
  1219. Never Judge The Book By The Cover
  1220. We Could Do With Some Snow
  1221. Footballers Need One More Big Performance
  1222. ‘Perform as a Leader’ Book Signing Next Week
  1223. Galway Airport without an aviation service
  1224. Tall Ships ‘Could Be Real Possibility’
  1225. Timeless Style
  1226. Spring Has Sprung
  1227. Embrace Brights
  1228. DIY Denim
  1229. Sport Style
  1230. A Touch of Suede
  1231. Get Fit Gear
  1232. Slip into something cool
  1233. Finding the right headpiece
  1234. New €25 Million Cultural Venue
  1235. ConTempo teams up with trad legends
  1236. May Over The Edge: Open Reading
  1237. A Capella Knights take to the stage
  1238. ‘Lark in the Land’ for Western Alzheimer’s
  1239. Galwegian Debut For Glaswegian Limmy
  1240. Galway students’ safety idea wows Bizworld Dragons
  1241. Thesis tips
  1242. It’s good to be back
  1243. Summer Animation Camp at Galway Film Centre
  1244. Citroen’s Rubis Tuesday
  1245. Leaving Cert Stress
  1246. Gold Medal for NUI Galway Chemistry Expert
  1247. Fancy a ten-speed?
  1248. Dealing with Exam Stress
  1249. Punching above its weight
  1250. Volunteer Galway role listing
  1251. GTI hosts student exhibition
  1252. Auction Taking Place This Week
  1253. Superb City Centre Apartment on the Market
  1254. Rinn Dúin second phase coming soon
  1255. Spacious home with excellent potential
  1256. Stunning Countryside Home
  1257. Galway company wins regional award for enterprise
  1258. Budget For Back To School Costs
  1259. Call for entries
  1260. Business Back The West
  1261. LEO Brexit Information Evening
  1262. Back to school costs
  1263. 2016 Income Tax Return filing deadline fast approaching
  1264. Allergan launches new innovation award with GMIT
  1265. Preparation is key to Brexit
  1266. Kevin McGahern at Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh
  1267. Learn to play the harmonica
  1268. On the road with the ICO
  1269. Pure imagination with Diarmuid Gavin
  1270. Fun, toe-tapping show for kids
  1271. NUI Galway hosts Connacht Fleadh
  1272. Druid revives a McCabe classic
  1273. Lark in the Land
  1274. Galway publisher scoops national children’s award
  1275. Peter Pan showing at Eye Cinema
  1276. Incapacitated Child Tax Credit
  1277. Galway hits the jackpot
  1278. Business call to over 50s
  1279. Looking ahead
  1280. Network Awards winners announced
  1281. Soothe dry skin
  1282. Forever Homes Needed
  1283. Tips For Beauty Shopping
  1284. Food intolerance
  1285. Amazing cruise offers for 2017 and 2018
  1286. Wearing White…Well
  1287. Honest food at FORK
  1288. Allergies and herbal treatment
  1289. Health screening open day with medical herbalist Patrick Murphy Allergies and herbal treatment
  1290. Travel light Beauty tips with Caroline Bourke
  1291. Home-grown
  1292. Pensions – Icebergs ahead!
  1293. Tributes for popular estate agent
  1294. Mine tragedy remembered 100 years on
  1295. State Exams Begin
  1296. Celebrate World Oceans Day at Galway Atlantaquaria this Sunday
  1297. Families protest over eviction notice
  1298. Galway Pride taking place in August
  1299. Galway 2020 to bring City and County together
  1300. Man’s body discovered in Salthill
  1301. Community in shock after tragic death of local woman
  1302. Car accident claims two young lives
  1303. Galway transplant recipient to compete at Games
  1304. Mosque targeted
  1305. NUI Galway rises in Global Rankings
  1306. Farming Enterprise
  1307. Emerging Opportunities
  1308. Galway Entrepreneurs Return From US Trade Mission
  1309. Boosting North/South economic co-operation
  1310. Image – Does It Matter?
  1311. Galway Camogie Collapse
  1312. No joy for Tribesgirls as they fall in opener
  1313. Tag Rugby Continues To Grow
  1314. Charity headshave for Aras Mhuire
  1315. CAP deal good for ‘West of Ireland’ – Kyne
  1316. City vacancy rate ‘second highest’
  1317. Speed limit increase welcomed
  1318. CAP deal good for ‘West of Ireland’ – Kyne
  1319. New Lifeboat for Clifden RNLI
  1320. Galway To Host Tattoo Show
  1321. Mazda’s 6 wins prestigious Red Dot design award
  1322. Fleet cars gather for national awards
  1323. Keen drivers, form an orderly queue
  1324. Renault Back in Business in Galway
  1325. Used car market bouyant as new sales slump
  1326. High-altitude action
  1327. Toyota’s hybrids pass the 5-million mark
  1328. MG Makes its first 4×4
  1329. Burke a Major Doubt for Final
  1330. GHSC calls for more members
  1331. Galway FA trip to Poland
  1332. Dislocation or break?
  1333. Elwood Hopes to Leave on a High
  1334. Mervue robbed at the death
  1335. Devon aiming for first win in derby
  1336. Bettor not lose, A new column for Galway’s punters
  1337. Grassroots Football
  1338. Tribesgirls Reach League Final
  1339. Mullagh GAA club clinch three year sponsorship deal
  1340. Glory awaits U-21s
  1341. Gum litter campaign launched
  1342. Call for extension of fodder deadline
  1343. One million cigarettes seized in Galway
  1344. Summer lovin’
  1345. ‘Being a TD is demanding but rewarding’
  1346. INSIDE OUT – Writer
  1347. ‘The job has a feel good factor about it’
  1348. ‘College is fun, but it’s not all beer bongs and barfing’
  1349. It is only for the quick thinking of my family that I am here today
  1350. ‘I too had fallen for those velvety soft spaniel pup ears’
  1351. ‘Before Outreach Moldova arrived, all the children’s heads were shaved to avoid head lice.’
  1352. ‘What would make a life well-lived?’
  1353. Groups to benefit from €42m funding
  1354. Historical lodge attracts keen interest
  1355. Beauty benefits
  1356. Questioning legislation
  1357. One week to go
  1358. Two weeks to enter auction
  1359. Home is where the heart is
  1360. Auction taking final entries
  1361. Last XC90 rolls off production lines, but the new one is coming soon
  1362. ‘Galway Accepts And Loves The Artist’
  1363. SEAT’s making hay in the sunshine
  1364. Home is where the heart is
  1365. Two weeks to enter auction
  1366. One week to go
  1367. Four Galway properties for auction
  1368. Superb city centre properties
  1369. Galway Bay Swim in its 9th year
  1370. Nolans slams Govt on Gaza
  1371. Flood funding for city
  1372. Take the ‘Rocky Road to Dublin’ for Console
  1373. Save the last dance
  1374. Style Wach
  1375. Fastest growing Yoga in the West
  1376. Find your perfect winter coat at Louis Copeland
  1377. All natural ASP Colour Dynamics now at Barry’s
  1378. Love Lancôme
  1379. Dream Giveaway
  1380. Galway WFC on the road to Cork and Castlebar
  1381. An Spideal Denied by Late Surge
  1382. Lam defends refusing levelling kick
  1383. Galway WFC host Shamrock Rovers
  1384. Castlebar Dethrone Champions
  1385. Grassroots Football
  1386. Liverpool a Real Christmas Cracker
  1387. Top Roles Go Uncontested at Convention
  1388. Top of the table battle for Corinthians
  1389. Kilnadeema/Leitrim take Connacht title
  1390. Connacht let chance slip again
  1391. Shortcuts
  1392. Property Tax Deadline Extended Further
  1393. Fish Farm Spend Probe Urged
  1394. Tesco and Galway Lions Club join forces
  1395. Call For Equipment For Rosedale Special School
  1396. €2m fund to develop Connemara retreat
  1397. Call for Minimum Sentencing For Burglars
  1398. Fish Farm Spend Probe Urged
  1399. Tesco and Galway Lions Club join forces
  1400. Call For Equipment For Rosedale Special School
  1401. Car park retention sought
  1402. Craft market returns
  1403. ‘Our action is for the doctor who has reached breaking point’
  1404. The Secret Life of Paddy
  1405. Ballinasloe closure branded a ‘stitch up’
  1406. Cookies
  1407. Rethinking our drinking
  1408. Nine per cent VAT rate ‘crucial’
  1409. Clare-Galway ferry service this September
  1410. Back on the road
  1411. Call For Mortgage Strike
  1412. Funding Approved Lettermullen Sewerage System
  1413. Extension Planned at Bon Secours
  1414. Council starts work on safety measures at Claregalway School
  1415. Funds released for new council housing
  1416. Gold Goes For it at Poker festival
  1417. Protest Against St Brigid’s Bed Closures
  1418. Hospice to benefit from Hurling Festival
  1419. Nolan welcomes ‘staycation’ increase
  1420. Hurling Losers Group
  1421. Irish release for Galway film
  1422. PLC Courses
  1423. Keep Our Rural Post Offices Open
  1424. Spring Poetry Workshops
  1425. All the single mammas
  1426. GUH Launches Mobile Prescription App
  1427. From Bollywood to Ballynahinch
  1428. Shorts wanted for Junior Film Fleadh
  1429. Connacht Rugby Embraces Women in Sport
  1430. Rinn Dúin Second Phase Coming Soon
  1431. Landlord Rental Seminar
  1432. American Buffalo – A Theatrical Tour De Force
  1433. A Musical Feast – Mise Eire
  1434. Designers Network Showcase Open Call
  1435. Thinking Small First
  1436. Chocolate Creations
  1437. Galway International Arts Festival seeks volunteers
  1438. A Requiem by Leonard Cohen
  1439. Music at the heart of GIAF
  1440. Galway Actress Joins New Channel 4 Comedy
  1441. Host a Coffee Morning for Galway Hospice
  1442. 3,000 Take to Streets
  1443. Sleep Out for Simon
  1444. Galway Rose Ready to Bloom in Tralee
  1445. Tony’s Final Journey
  1446. Hospital Crisis Continues
  1447. Fall in IDA visits to Galway
  1448. Rebel County
  1449. Homeowner disturbs three burglars
  1450. Pushed to the limit
  1451. City Garda Station Remains Closed
  1452. Need For ‘Immediate’ Mortgage Aid
  1453. TV Star Lights Up With New Leon
  1454. July Sales Boom
  1455. Ride on
  1456. Fringe @ Factory
  1457. Barna Waste Jobs Secured
  1458. Consumers Caught Out by Online Booking – Higgins
  1459. Call For Focus On Water Safety
  1460. ‘Even Money’ Pre-Race Fundraiser
  1461. Women Experiencing Domestic Violence While Pregnant
  1462. Kenny Galway Reopens
  1463. Businessman warns against Sunday parking charges
  1464. Galway Mother Preparing for Kilimanjaro Climb
  1465. Galway Woman to be Laid To Rest
  1466. Hans Christian agus a chairde
  1467. Trump to feature in Mario’s new show
  1468. Protect yourself when buying and selling cars online
  1469. Phone use is most hated driving habit
  1470. ‘Think Twice’ Road Safety Awareness Show for Teenagers
  1471. Cost of Insurance is Holding Back Car Sales
  1472. Cost of insurance is holding back car sales
  1473. Smaller Packages Contain Sweeter Contents
  1474. Protect yourself when buying and selling cars online
  1475. Skoda’s new Kodiak SUV appears in concept form at Geneva show
  1476. Aston Martin’s new DB11 kicks off second century for famed brand
  1477. Fiat’s Abarth 124 Spider is a seventies throwback we can all get behind
  1478. Seat extends special offers through to the end of March
  1479. Turning electric dreams into reality
  1480. Volvo Calls for Electric Car Standardisation
  1481. Ford expands posh Vignale range
  1482. Peugeot launches new 308 GTI in Ireland
  1483. April date for new E-Class at MichaelMoore Athlone
  1484. Golf GTI celebrated birthday with racing and racier versions
  1485. Strong jaw evidence of good bloodline
  1486. Volvo announces S90 saloon prices
  1487. Ford’s brand ambassadors celebrate 161 in style
  1488. Creative students reach Junk Kouture regionals
  1489. Join Mary Kennedy for Afternoon Tea
  1490. Tribeton Host a Free Coffee Showcase
  1491. Volunteers Needed for Lollipop Day
  1492. Waxing lyrical at the Novena
  1493. Optimum Body for your optimum health
  1494. Dr. Hauschka Mother’s Day Giveaway
  1495. Seeking Forever Homes
  1496. The search has begun for the 2016 Galway Rose
  1497. Ballinasloe in Race to be Galway’s Fittest Town
  1498. The Right Diet, The Last Diet
  1499. Services for children impacted by cancer
  1500. Optimum Body For Your Optimum Health
  1501. Charity fashion show in aid of OTRA
  1502. Elizabeth C Beauty Celebrating 25 years
  1503. Health & Beauty
  1504. Ballinasloe in race to be Galway’s Fittest Town
  1505. Galway Women Urged to have Free smear tests
  1506. Fashion students find art in junk
  1507. Clayton Hotel Galway scoop Gold Award for Excellence
  1508. The g Hotel wins at Irish Accommodation Awards
  1509. SME Breakfast Briefing
  1510. Launching ideas
  1511. Deposit Interest Retention Tax DIRT
  1512. SCCUL winner hits the headlines
  1513. IMS Marketing celebrates new office opening
  1514. Ambassador addresses ‘Made in India’ event
  1515. Galway top for economic potential and friendliness
  1516. The best of trad music for ‘Off the Rock Fundraiser’
  1517. A Paddy’s Day celebration with the best in the west!
  1518. Folk Masterclass
  1519. Bodies Collide in Whack!!
  1520. Charlie Adley’s Craft of Writing returns
  1521. See ‘The Great Push’
  1522. Brazilian Carnival Party
  1523. ‘As You Like It’ live at The Eye Cinema See ‘The Great Push
  1524. The Kings Of The Kilburn High Road
  1525. Hitting the Diff at Monroe’s Live
  1526. FG final countdown
  1527. The odds in the east
  1528. Galway hospital ‘requires major investment’
  1529. Sports Personality Award winner (9) for Galway triathlon
  1530. Loughrea Cancer Support Group
  1531. €7 Million For Water Rehab Works
  1532. Cúirt Festival Extended
  1533. Parkmore Plan Welcomed
  1534. Rallying the FG troops
  1535. Monroe’s Live named best music venue in Connacht
  1536. Athenry School Gets Go-Ahead
  1537. Plans To Develop Student Accommodation
  1538. A Notorious Visit Goes Viral
  1539. A Notorious Visit Goes Viral
  1540. Laughter Beyond All Borders
  1541. Quality Home in Sought After Location
  1542. Another Large Turn-out at Connacht Property Auction
  1543. Spacious County Homes
  1544. Quality Home in Sought After Location
  1545. O’Donnellan & Joyce property Auction
  1546. Auction Specialist IAM-SOLD Launch New Auction
  1547. €5m Property Sales at O’Donnellan and Joyce Auction
  1548. Connacht Property Auction Now Taking Entries
  1549. Beautiful Family Home
  1550. Connacht Property Auction – 40% Increase in Foreign Buyers
  1551. Special Ford Focus RS Celebrates Forza Video Game
  1552. Aviva To Stop Insuring Older Cars
  1553. Audi Claims New S8 is the Most Powerful Premium Saloon
  1554. Mazda Announces 35% Sales Growth
  1555. Lan Madigan Announced as DS Brand Ambassador
  1556. Landmark Dutch Ruling Finds Government Not Taking Emissions Seriously Enough
  1557. Toyota Launches Hybrid Service Package
  1558. Volvo Swamped with Orders For Top-Spec XC90
  1559. Mercedes Help Out at Jack & Jill Foundation
  1560. New Astra is No Drag
  1561. Healthy Weight, Healthy Pregnancy, Healthy Baby
  1562. Nutrition Fact and Fiction
  1563. A Sick Date
  1564. Look Into My Eyes
  1565. Kai’s Jess Murphy becomes ‘resident chef’ for Meadows and Byrne
  1566. Dungarees – The Comeback King
  1567. Making The Cut To Help Children With Cancer
  1568. New Online Rehabilitation Programme For Chronic Pain Sufferers
  1569. Relationship Upskilling
  1570. Working Towards a Target
  1571. Seeing Stars
  1572. Trad Legend Séamus Begley Returns
  1573. Free Concert of Choral Music
  1574. Music for Galway Launches 35th Season
  1575. Experience The Cure
  1576. Picks Of The Week, 15 July 2015
  1577. Get Set for Rocktoberfest
  1578. ‘Guess How Much I Love You’ at Baboró Children’s Arts Festival
  1579. Live Forever create Oasis at Monroe’s Live
  1580. Clayton Hotel crowned Friendliest Business
  1581. Tax and the Entrepreneur
  1582. Oceans of potential
  1583. Landmark Year Ahead for Macnas
  1584. Fantasy football economics
  1585. Residency
  1586. Dwelling House Exemption
  1587. Channelling Success
  1588. Living on a student budget?
  1589. Pewhairangi joins long-term casualties
  1590. Close but no cigar for luckless Galway
  1591. Sports Matters
  1592. Lynskey’s troops deserve the top prize
  1593. Tribesmen Silence Cats
  1594. Camogie fundraiser
  1595. GUST Table Quiz
  1596. Sice on the mark to rescue Corofin
  1597. Square ball
  1598. Bettor Not Lose
  1599. Homeless and housing crisis ‘out of control’ – Galway Simon
  1600. Urgent Appeal To Help Children’s Cancer Charity
  1601. Sheridan to run for Greens in Galway
  1602. Tributes paid to Baboro General Manager
  1603. Comedy Carnival set for new home in city centre
  1604. ‘Extreme speeding’ on National Slow Down Day
  1605. Galway disappoints in litter survey
  1606. ‘Invisible No More’ industrial action
  1607. Galway runner on 3,000 mile journey across America
  1608. 30 new jobs for Galway
  1609. All Ireland Hurling Finals to be screened live in Eyre Square
  1610. Galway TD set to retire
  1611. Niall O Tuathail to run as Social Democrat
  1612. ‘I remember with gratitude my donor’
  1613. College interviews
  1614. Cautious optimism for construction industry
  1615. Explore NUI Galway’s first undergraduate science fair
  1616. ‘Performance points’ for elite athletes
  1617. Post Grad Options
  1618. Galway students conferred with PhDs
  1619. ‘A Celebration of David Norris’ at NUI Galway
  1620. Free Architecture Event
  1621. Learning from The Mocks
  1622. New Term of Acting Classes
  1623. Distance learning
  1624. Des Bishop visits Menlo School
  1625. Final entries for Connacht Property Auction
  1626. Spacious Central Two-Bed Apartment
  1627. Three-bed terrace in excellent location
  1628. City Centre Penthouse-Style Property
  1629. Historic castle for sale for €6.5m
  1630. Detached residence in Corrandulla
  1631. Auction prices from €29,950 to €439,950
  1632. Over 20 properties for auction
  1633. Strong interest in bumper auction
  1634. Hyundai finding its rallying feet
  1635. The automotive digital future is already here
  1636. Low-slung new Merc GLA signals new army of 4x4s from Stuttgart
  1637. Swede – now with more butter
  1638. A good deal for Qash
  1639. New Peugeot petrol engine sets economy record
  1640. The man who fell to earth jumps into an Audi
  1641. Ferrari to create theme park in Spain
  1642. Renault’s Twizy hits the big screen
  1643. One fifth of us still not wearing seatbelts
  1644. Skoda-sponsored Tour Of Connemara gets vintage look
  1645. Opel’s new Vivaro will pack them in
  1646. Kinvara ‘Gig Room’ launches
  1647. Great Danes
  1648. Transatlantic soul
  1649. Four play
  1650. Against all odds
  1651. Foiled again
  1652. It’s the little things
  1653. Falling down
  1654. Sax in the City
  1655. Beats and Boxes
  1656. Courtroom Drama
  1657. Picks of the Week
  1658. CIPD to host public talk
  1659. Baron’s To Host Anniversary BAH
  1660. Galway garage named ‘Bodyshop of the Year’
  1661. Mayor accepts ‘Micro City’ award
  1662. Gradam gearrliosta unveiled
  1663. Picking Winners
  1664. Print Media– Business Card
  1665. A bit on the side
  1666. Selling Galway
  1667. Radisson Blu among country’s green hotels
  1668. Masters of Running workshop in Galway
  1669. Keller rescues Garbally and seals replay
  1670. U-21s crash out
  1671. Galway FC chase first win in Ballybofey
  1672. Galway WFC Suffer Narrow Defeat to League Leaders
  1673. Camogie Campaign Back on Track After Banner Win
  1674. St Mary’s denied All-Ireland hurling title
  1675. Top six now the target for Connacht
  1676. No such thing as a sure bet
  1677. U-21s Stunned by Leitrim
  1678. Meehan refusing to rule out comeback
  1679. Brett Wilkinson forced to retire
  1680. Supreme Court Judge for NUIG address
  1681. No ‘fair deal’ for elderly farmers – Mullen
  1682. Measles outbreak in NUI Galway
  1683. Wishing on the M17
  1684. Ports in a Storm
  1685. Galway Gets Ready for National Spring Clean
  1686. Rescheduled walk for Shaidhbh
  1687. Galway Designers Hope to Wow at Awards
  1688. Café for former BoI building
  1689. Govt procrastination ‘putting farms at risk’ – Ó Cuiv
  1690. Revamp planned for Library Bar
  1691. Economic Lessons From a Club Sandwich
  1692. Omens Positive for 2015
  1693. An Ageing Bull?
  1694. The Economic Benefits of our Irish Weather
  1695. Citizens or Taxpayers
  1696. Market Forces
  1697. How the ECB is Q(uickly) E(roding) The Euro’s Value
  1698. It’s a Woman’s Life
  1699. Fear and Opportunity
  1700. The Surprising Economics of Easter Eggs
  1701. The Most Hated Tax of All, The USC
  1702. Time To Reward Our Job Creators
  1703. Money Matters
  1704. An Economic Perspective on The Marriage Referendum
  1705. Let’s Get Cultural
  1706. Market Entry Advice for Irish Businesses
  1707. Flybe launch new services from Ireland West Airport
  1708. Chamber presents Business Awards
  1709. A Starry Start in Business
  1710. Clayton Christmas Market in aid of Console
  1711. CIPD West Annual Gala Evening 2015
  1712. A Christmas Bash at Monroe
  1713. Rising stars The Geddes at Monroe
  1714. Tommy Fleming stars in hit new musical drama
  1715. Cabaret by the Bay for The Abbey
  1716. Fr Ted star in the Clubh
  1717. Paintclub Returns
  1718. Oliver Callan at Town Hall Theatre
  1719. Work on 1916 memorial to begin next year
  1720. Console Celebration of Light
  1721. Galway girl represents Ireland in Junior Eurovision
  1722. Election field shifts as Walsh exits race
  1723. Odds on New Galway Hurling Manager
  1724. Anthony Cunningham’s Statement
  1725. Galway 2020 bid ‘brought to life by passion of Galwegians’
  1726. Way To Grow
  1727. Gilmartin Road Tuam set for ‘mini-regeneration’
  1728. Galway Christmas Market opens today
  1729. Andrew Drysdale appointed Radisson Blu GM
  1730. Free Seminar will demystify budgeting for SME
  1731. Deadline nears for 2015 SCCUL Student Enterprise Award
  1732. Love, Lies and Opera Love, lies and opera
  1733. Alban Berg
  1734. Born To Perform
  1735. Tenants at Risk of Homelessness
  1736. Rugby Star To Open Galway Christmas Market
  1737. The Search Begins
  1738. Galway Entrepreneurs Share Success Stories
  1739. Supporting entrepreneurs
  1740. Pensions – Icebergs ahead!
  1741. Your Passport to Social Media Success
  1742. Enterprise Board to Host Craft and Design Workshops
  1743. Full-day Blogging Workshop
  1744. Keeping it in the Community
  1745. Corporation Tax Relief
  1746. The Need for Women at the Top
  1747. 15 Jobs To be Created By Fried Chicken Restaurant
  1748. Ahead of the Curve
  1749. Galway Entrepreneurs Return From US Trade Mission
  1750. Into the West
  1751. Lights, Camera…Fleadh Action!
  1752. Galway Firms Urged To Avail of JobsPlus Scheme
  1753. QuickPark Welcome Home Victorious Boxer Kristina O’Hara
  1754. Cunningham Not Happy with Sluggish Tribe
  1755. Conroy Calls For Major Improvement
  1756. Grassroots Football
  1757. BSM National Youth Championship Triathlon in Loughrea
  1758. Square Ball
  1759. Devon fall in Galway derby
  1760. Sport Matters
  1761. Heatwave to continue into weekend
  1762. Abortion Debate Continues
  1763. Sports Stars and Politicos Take on Tennis Challenge
  1764. Apartments Planned at Former Hotel
  1765. First Timer’s Lotto Win
  1766. 16 Properties Go Under The Hammer
  1767. 4 Bed Period House for Sale
  1768. Change of Mind
  1769. Broken promise the ultimate political betrayal
  1770. ‘There are few things better than the feeling of making people laugh’
  1771. ‘I am glad I took the gamble to come out here.’
  1772. Depression is Not Something To Be Embarrassed or Ashamed Over
  1773. Connacht Team Named Ahead of Clash With Edinburgh
  1774. Sinn Féin “A Force To Be Reckoned With”
  1775. New Coastal Search Unit
  1776. Opel goes back to the 70s for Monza concept
  1777. VW’s swift delivery good news for commercial sector
  1778. All Verso, No Vices
  1779. Dealing with Traffic
  1780. Reverse Special Needs Cuts Now
  1781. Be yourself and you’ll feel at home anywhere
  1782. Knocknacarra Community Centre Saga
  1783. Wish You Were Here
  1784. Doctor, Heal Thyself!
  1785. Abortion Not Necessary To Save a Woman’s Life
  1786. Praise For Competent Health Service
  1787. Modern Luxury Home at Oran Island
  1788. Superb Property in Outstanding Setting
  1789. Family home in sought after location
  1790. Large House in Sought After Area
  1791. ‘Out of this world’ city home
  1792. Connemara Properties for Auction
  1793. Ideal Business Property
  1794. Central Townhouse For Sale
  1795. Family Home Close to Silver Strand
  1796. Opel Reveals Insignia SUV
  1797. Peugeot Smashes Pikes Peak record
  1798. No Nonsense brings F1-Style Tech To Boost Your Driving Skills
  1799. New King Seizes Power with Coupé
  1800. SEAT Leon Crowned 2013 UK Car of the Year
  1801. Ireland’s First Chinese Car Brand Wraps Up Finance Deal
  1802. RSA and Gardai Appeal For More Bike-Safe Awareness
  1803. Dance spectacular
  1804. This Is The End
  1805. Life of Brian
  1806. When Worlds Collide
  1807. Lunchtime trad
  1808. Keeping it in the community
  1809. Corporation Tax Relief
  1810. Diabetes screening roll-out at Boots
  1811. Galway firms urged to avail of JobsPlus scheme
  1812. Your name – Your Image
  1813. Nudging people towards organ donation
  1814. Engineers key to med tech export sector – O’Dea
  1815. Claregalway Hotel purchased out of receivership
  1816. Style Watch
  1817. Shine bright
  1818. Rising Stars
  1819. Into the blue
  1820. A View from the inside
  1821. Re-inventing the West
  1822. Joe Kennedy appointed chairman to board of Ireland West Airport Knock
  1823. Search for Ireland’s High-Growth Tech Companies Begins
  1824. Gottsche and Geraghty Hoping to be Fit for Exiles
  1825. Connacht Glory for Galway Girls
Tue, Jan 22, 2019
  1. Pedal Power – A New Way To Get Around Galway
  2. The 1916 Rebellion in Song, Music and Stories
  3. NUI Galway Societies Scoop Four Awards at BICS Ceremony
  4. Galway Independent up for Social Media Awards
  5. Planning granted for new link road at Parkmore
  6. R2W Galway to meet with Independent TD
  7. Gardaí in bicycle theft warning
  8. Future of 1916 stone not yet known
  9. Appeal on city break-ins
  10. Concerns Over Rural Crime
  11. Young Soldier to be laid to rest
  12. Mayoral Charity Ball 2016
  13. ‘Appalling’ treatment of MND sufferer
  14. Call To Reinstate Raft at Blackrock
  15. Landslide Victory
  16. One-man Circus Comedy Theatre Show
  17. World class opera for worthy causes
  18. ‘Cinneadh Na Circe’ – The Hen Night Epiphany
  19. The Perfect Match
  20. Over The Edge: Open Reading
  21. A good ol’ Flann Fest is on its way
  22. April’s Lunchtimes with ConTempo at St. Nicholas’ Church
  23. A few Scoops at Monroe’s Live
  24. Critically acclaimed ‘The Blue Boy’ at Town Hall
  25. Cúirt New Writing Showcase
  26. Legally Blonde – Fresh musical fun
  27. Country artist for Monroe’s
  28. A hen night to remember
  29. ‘Lively’ light show at Monroe’s Live
  30. Rising stars Hogan to rock the west
  31. Charity Table Quiz in aid of Console
  32. Upcoming Courses at Galway Film Centre
  33. New SOLAS online courses
  34. This week’s volunteer role listing
  35. Annual GMIT Tourism Careers Fair
  36. NUI Galway Alumni Awards
  37. GMIT presents Honorary Fellowships to three outstanding individuals
  38. Sports Aerodynamics student scoops Threesis Prize
  39. PLC interviews
  40. 2FM’s Will Leahy to host alumni awards
  41. All welcome to NUI Galway’s Mindfulness classes
  42. Galway top for economic potential and friendliness
  43. Ambassador addresses ‘Made in India’ event
  44. IMS Marketing celebrates new office opening
  45. A thriving industry
  46. Galway’s business leaders raise €110k for COPE Galway
  47. Currency Risks
  48. Cambus Medical raises funds for mental health and cancer charities
  49. Nominate Outstanding Young People of the Year
  50. Harnessing Big Data
  51. Davie Furey tours new album
  52. 4 Men and a Bass
  53. The best of trad music for ‘Off the Rock Fundraiser’
  54. ‘As You Like It’ live at The Eye Cinema See ‘The Great Push’
  55. The Kings Of The Kilburn High Road
  56. Hitting the Diff at Monroe’s Live
  57. Galway singer/songwriter Patrick Conneely makes final ten of national song contest
  58. Creative Writing Classes at GTI
  59. Martin McDonagh’s ‘Hangmen’ live at The Eye Cinema
  60. Des Bishop: Grey Matters
  61. Galway West: The count
  62. ‘We can build on this’ – Ó Tuathail
  63. Second seat remains out of reach for Fianna Fáil
  64. Changes in the East
  65. ‘I now have to go look for a job!’
  66. Keaveney Crashes Out
  67. President’s daughter to run for SeanadPresident’s daughter to run for Seanad
  68. A different day
  69. From Game of Thrones to Galway
  70. No to FG/FF pact – Ó Cuív
  71. 10 rapes reported in the city this year
  72. Galway braces itself for serious flooding
  73. Carnmore Creative Campus
  74. The Royal Abbey of Cong
  75. The Cross of Cong
  76. Strong sales at Connacht Property Auction
  77. Colm Quinn host international BMW Best Practice Group
  78. Wanna be adored?
  79. Galway artisan food producer wins prestigious award
  80. Medical expenses – What can be claimed as a tax deduction
  81. It is never too early to plan for your future
  82. McGettigan’s opens its doors in Galway
  83. ‘No risk’ to crisis centre
  84. Galway West race heating up
  85. Parkmore traffic issues ‘stunting employment growth’
  86. Curtain lifts on 2015 Galway Film Fleadh
  87. Has General Motors finally broken its European duck?
  88. Making the cut to help children with cancer
  89. Dungarees – The comeback king
  90. Blues and country legend returns to Galway
  91. Countdown is on to SugarBeat 2015
  92. Join the songtastical world of Seuss
  93. Galway’s annual Pride Festival returns
  94. The traditional revolution
  95. Folk legend Declan Sinnott comes to Monroe’s Live
  96. Enjoy old-school rock’n’roll
  97. Ready to take the reins
  98. Business is booming
  99. The Hole in the Shed
  100. Residency
  101. Commodity woes
  102. From Middle Earth to Sea Road
  103. Sheridan to run for Greens in Galway
  104. Tributes paid to Baboró General Manager
  105. The most unlikely of heroes
  106. Galway Whiskey (Persse)
  107. Adrian Quinn Car Sales wins Carzone.ie sponsorship for Ardrahan GAA
  108. Autumn poetry workshops
  109. Action needed to address housing crisis – Carthy
  110. ‘Socially unjust’ changes to USC slammed
  111. Cheevers slams Govt ‘dishonesty’ over water investment
  112. The referendum was not simply about marriage
  113. Inchagoill – Island of the Devout Stranger
  114. Allsop holds online auction
  115. Four-bed in sought after location
  116. Strong sales at Connacht Property Auction
  117. 25 properties for auction
  118. Asking prices up across Connacht
  119. Only two weeks to go
  120. Spacious two-bed apartment
  121. A showcase spectacle
  122. A show of unbreakable resolve
  123. Sudden seduction
  124. Talking sense
  125. A unique slice of Jamaican reggae ska
  126. Galway’s SSE Cleaning nominated for national awards
  127. Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes
  128. ‘Shock’ at water works road closures
  129. Volunteer with Galway Film Fleadh
  130. 4 FG vie for seats
  131. Appeal on daylight robbery at Merlin Chapel
  132. Father-of-seven laid to rest
  133. Tonabrucky Hill proves toughest test
  134. Leisureland attempts to reel in clubs
  135. Make-A-Wish come true!
  136. Appeal on daylight robbery at Merlin Chapel
  137. Major food summit for Galway
  138. Father-of-seven laid to rest
  139. City centre four-bed
  140. Townhouse in sought after location
  141. Strong bidding expected
  142. Ireland’s fastest growing property network
  143. Four bed semi in sought after location
  144. Thirteen residential properties for auction
  145. Spacious three bed semi in Oranmore
  146. Wonderful detached family home
  147. Strong finish to 2014 for auction
  148. Galway properties go under the hammer
  149. Sport style
  150. In favour of plant based diets
  151. Oh, my aching back!
  152. Workout classes with a difference
  153. Next please
  154. Julian Gough for Over the Edge
  155. Aldi looking to fill Oranmore team
  156. Let’s stop the torture
  157. US investment key for Galway – Anderson
  158. Footpath extension ‘badly needed’ – Ó Conchúir
  159. Household water allowance should be increased – Connolly
  160. Small businesses being ‘pulverized’ – Garvey
  161. And the winner is…
  162. Greenway ‘attainable’ for North Galway – Cunniffe
  163. Tougher sentences needed for thugs who target elderly – Mullen
  164. Investment needed in west of city – Murphy
  165. ‘Pure dogfight’ expected in central ward
  166. Measles outbreak in NUI Galway
  167. Supreme Court Judge for NUIG address
  168. No ‘fair deal’ for elderly farmers – Mullen
  169. New supports for young sexual assault victims
  170. RNLI honours Galway volunteers
  171. EU Commissioner honoured by NUI Galway
  172. Funding announced for Mountain Rescue Teams
  173. ‘I feel at home’
  174. ‘I was controlled by alcohol’
  175. ‘With one person in my corner, I feel like Tom Selleck…’
  176. ‘Showing up is half the battle’
  177. Sticking together
  178. Protecting animals
  179. ‘I’m proud to be a fire-fighter’
  180. ‘The good moments more than outweigh the bad ones’
  181. Galway, wheelchair friendly or not?
  182. We are how we are!
  183. Help your neighbour grow good corn
  184. Galway’s maritime journey
  185. What’s wrong with the Junior Cycle proposals?
  186. Photos in the cloud
  187. An opportunity lost for Galway
  188. Supporting the arts
  189. This shouldn’t be ‘normal’
  190. If you want to feel good, do good!
  191. Wearable technology
  192. Encouraging the underdog
  193. Addressing the real issue
  194. Free architecture event
  195. Learning from The Mocks
  196. Junior Cert students honoured
  197. CAO deadline beckons
  198. Get to the top of the class
  199. Coping with The Mocks
  200. New Merlin School to open
  201. CV as marketing tool
  202. New beach project unveiled
  203. Grainne Seoige to host Alumni Gala Ball
  204. NUI students ‘make an impact’
  205. Final entries for Connacht Property Auction
  206. Spacious rural four-bed home
  207. Spacious three-bed duplex
  208. A house with something extra
  209. Modern spacious apartment
  210. Record property auction for March
  211. Country living by the city
  212. Entries sought for March property auction
  213. Spacious central two-bed apartment
  214. Leon roars in with new 280hp Cupra
  215. Opel’s Adam rocks in with new SUV look
  216. Axa Assistance takes eco-crown in Honda Challenge
  217. Super-sporty S1 hammers home Audi’s advantage
  218. Ferrari brings back the turbo for a new breed of California dreaming
  219. Handsome Spanish weight lifter
  220. TV3 Star Glenda Lands New Role As SsangYong Brand Ambassador
  221. Renault revives rear engine with new Twingo
  222. Century sales for Peugeot’s 208
  223. Hyundai’s perfect 10
  224. Three pronged approach to cleansing
  225. Make-up giveaway!
  226. Boys’ brush with colour
  227. Fight the appearance of ageing
  228. Star Trek star new face of Georgio Armani
  229. What have you got to lose?
  230. Go from am to pm
  231. Swap winter blues for golden hues
  232. Meet your sole mate
  233. In good hands
  234. Rehab for your hair
  235. The advantages of being single
  236. Drop in number of occupied commercial premises
  237. Make your money go further
  238. Indoor market returns to Roisin Dubh
  239. Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh nominees announced
  240. Dublin expo to showcase the West
  241. Don’t blindly follow the crowd
  242. Elephantine logic
  243. Key tax changes to investment or deposit income
  244. Camogie campaign off to rocky start
  245. Connacht win puts Railway Cup back on track
  246. Square Ball
  247. Connacht chase three in a row
  248. ‘Party politics before people’
  249. Western swagger
  250. Labour candidate added in Oranmore/Athenry
  251. ‘Immediate action needed on West funding cut’
  252. In the news: Cian Ó Cíobháin
  253. In the news: Ulla Hokkanen
  254. In the news: David Forde
  255. In the news – Fiona Graham
  256. NUI Galway event to debate privacy law
  257. In the news: Dr Roisin Dwyer
  258. In the news: Lauren Dolan
  259. Spacious semi-detached residence
  260. In the news: Marian Chambers-Higgins
  261. In the news: Tom Sears
  262. In the news: Olive Loughnane
  263. In the news: Freda Nic Giolla Chatháin
  264. In the News – James Martyn Joyce, Author
  265. In the news: Terry O’Flaherty
  266. In the news: Eileen Dixon
  267. Thomas Welby, Mayor of County Galway
  268. Kevin Higgins – Writer
  269. Gerard Craughwell, President of TUI
  270. Marian Moloney, Guide Dog user
  271. Carmen Taheny
  272. In the news: Andrea Tighe
  273. Paulina SIedlarek-Maciejewicz – Mother-of-two and member of Galway Autism Partnership committee
  274. In the news – Seamus Scanlon
  275. In the news- Anne-Marie Shanahan
  276. In the news – Róisín Stack
  277. In the news – Rita Gilligan
  278. In the news – Brían McNamara
  279. Enda McEvoy – Head Chef, Aniar
  280. In the news – Tony Fenton
  281. Pat McMahon – Galway County Librarian
  282. Prof. Tom Sherry – Dean of Science, NUI Galway
  283. John Martin Griffin – Community Worker
  284. Derval Reidy – Clinical Trials Manager
  285. Christy O’Connor Jnr – Golfer
  286. Sylvie Linnane – Hurling legend
  287. Santa Claus – Father Christmas
  288. Peter Flaherty – Soccer Referee
  289. Pat McGrath – Western Correspondent
  290. Claudia Frank – Chairperson, Galway Cat Rescue
  291. Nora-Jane Noone – Actress
  292. Professor Michael O’Flaherty – Human Rights expert
  293. Galway campaigner welcomes US immigration reform
  294. Oil be damned
  295. Connaughton welcomes US immigration reform plans
  296. Major investment in Galway transport
  297. Tributes paid to former Tuam Archbishop
  298. Examiner appointed to B&Q; Ireland
  299. De Buitléar remembered as ‘outstanding figure’
  300. Normal visiting hours resume at UHG
  301. €1m funding for Galway-based company
  302. Senator makes official complaint about Oranhill ‘hole’
  303. Fast food restaurant decision appealed
  304. Public consultation on new energy business
  305. Greyhound to expand into Galway refuse market
  306. O Cuív urges u-turn on ‘dangerous’ station closures
  307. Grassroots football
  308. Henshaw to answer Ireland’s Call
  309. Galway WFC minutes from toppling champions
  310. Eagles land safely after torrid week
  311. European dream evaporates in dismal display
  312. Big names miss out on early games for Cunningham
  313. Bad day for college in Walsh Cup
  314. Mulholland foresees problems with black cards
  315. Square Ball
  316. Winning start for hurlers
  317. Footballers impress but miss out on final berth
  318. Find your voice
  319. ‘Galway Platform’ sets out human rights vision
  320. Two more shows for Tiernan
  321. FF leader on Galway canvass
  322. Galway schools left ‘high and dry’
  323. Reform Alliance to create jobs – Healy Eames
  324. Margaretta “in good spirits”
  325. Galway Chamber welcomes “pro-business” legislation
  326. Ó Cuív welcomes Vatican Embassy ‘u-turn’
  327. NUI Galway to host public meeting on autism
  328. Organic farm scoops top prize at Galway enterprise awards
  329. Council urged to get its house in order
  330. Galway bids to become Ireland’s Floral City
  331. Flood warning for Galway City
  332. Kilnadeema/Leitrim take Connacht title
  333. Connacht let chance slip again
  334. Mountain rescue future in doubt
  335. New app ‘just the ticket’ for Galway
  336. ‘You will encounter views that few will ever see’
  337. ‘Don’t be afraid to ask for help’
  338. ‘I’ve learned more about people standing behind the bar than any college course could teach you’
  339. ‘If you want it bad enough you will make it happen’
  340. ‘Did I make a difference to their lives?’
  341. ‘Try and help save someone’s life’
  342. ‘Why did my child get cancer?’
  343. ‘It’s a whole new world’
  344. ‘I’ve learned more about people standing behind the bar than any college course could teach you’
  345. Macra – It’s not all about farming!
  346. Fuelling imaginations
  347. Tweets of the Week, Issue 38
  348. Driven to debate
  349. Rubbishing debate
  350. Syria – an urgent time to reflect
  351. Desert island economics
  352. ‘Seanad doesn’t make sense’
  353. ‘Time to call a halt and to say No’
  354. Give up yer oul cars
  355. Where the Government got it wrong
  356. Jus’ like that
  357. In defence of one-off
  358. Less talk, more action
  359. Food for thought
  360. Supporting the arts
  361. Spending Christmas in Galway
  362. Opportunity to be a leader in fish farm industry
  363. To promote fish farm as job creation scheme is galling
  364. BEST winners announced
  365. Moving into the driver’s seat
  366. Debate on future of Irish education
  367. ‘Significant donation’ for NUI Galway research
  368. Volunteers needed for adult language programme
  369. NUI Galway announces 2013 Sports Awards winners
  370. Barna Waste teaches students about recycling
  371. Teen Style Boot Camp returns
  372. Choosing postgraduate courses
  373. NUI Galway to host international nursing conference
  374. Spring Open Day at NUI Galway
  375. Staying focused
  376. Preparing for college interviews
  377. Calling all design students
  378. Free English lessons for adults
  379. Ada English Summer School returns to Ballinasloe
  380. GMIT to host graduate conference
  381. Vision for Galway to be compiled
  382. Help explore the power of music
  383. ALâ officers elected
  384. NUI Galway named in top 200 universities
  385. Back door options
  386. Seminar to take celebrate renowned writer
  387. Forum theatre workshops
  388. Change of Mind
  389. What’s next?
  390. A Good Samaritan
  391. Careers assessment
  392. D Day for Junior Certs
  393. Chinese classes for Galway schools
  394. Apply now for courses in the UK
  395. Calling Rural Entrepreneurs
  396. Mary Immaculate College creating pathways to education
  397. GMIT launches language scheme
  398. Returning to Education
  399. Opting out
  400. GMIT student wins international award
  401. GMIT Students’ Union launches jobs initiative
  402. The First Essay
  403. Computer training for over 55s
  404. NUI Galway seeks ‘reel life’ science videos
  405. Galway Kumon centre opens
  406. Dyslexia
  407. Claregalway bungalow for sale
  408. Properties for auction in Athenry, Kinvara
  409. Get tax relief while extending or renovating your home
  410. Large industrial premises for sale
  411. Family home for sale
  412. Spacious four-bed in Renville Village
  413. Superb detached family home
  414. Monster Auction this week with lots from €19,000
  415. Strong interest at first Connacht Property Auction
  416. Worshipping the icon
  417. New Mini back to where it once belonged
  418. Galway WFC on the road to Cork and Castlebar
  419. An Spideal denied by late surge
  420. Lam defends refusing levelling kick
  421. Galway WFC host Shamrock Rovers
  422. Castlebar dethrone champions
  423. Grassroots football
  424. Liverpool a real Christmas cracker
  425. Top roles go uncontested at convention
  426. Top of the table battle for Corinthians
  427. Save the last dance
  428. Local treats from Rí na Mara
  429. Fastest growing Yoga in the West
  430. Find your perfect winter coat at Louis Copeland
  431. All natural ASP Colour Dynamics now at Barry’s
  432. Love Lancôme
  433. Property tax deadline extended further
  434. Call for minimum sentencing for burglars
  435. Fish farm spend probe urged
  436. New Mini back to where it once belonged
  437. Worshipping the icon
  438. ‘We are a local response to a local need’
  439. ‘I thought this was the end for me’
  440. ‘I feel at home’
  441. Christmas exams
  442. Post graduate closing dates
  443. Free advice booklet for first years
  444. Galway company wins at Fit Out Awards
  445. Bright apartments with ‘holiday feel’
  446. Large industrial premises for sale
  447. Abominable Snowman arrives in Ireland
  448. Volkswagen offers VIP service to new customers
  449. Jaguar adds a roof, trims the price of F-Type
  450. Dream giveaway
  451. Bad hair days? Sorted!
  452. The scent of Christmas
  453. Tax-free gift vouchers
  454. WestBIC celebrates 25 years
  455. Galway company director appointed to international health board
  456. Win a Sothy’s skincare set!
  457. Style Watch
  458. Fear the dentist no more
  459. Galway perfume hailed
  460. Say yes!
  461. Get hands on with hands-only CPR
  462. Sales savvy
  463. Mineral magic
  464. New sustainability Masters launched
  465. Galway mathematician publishes 1,000th article
  466. Choosing a course
  467. Principal appointed to new Claregalway school
  468. GMIT students showcase new food products
  469. New Irish-language music app
  470. Skype interviews
  471. Jazz For Juniors schools programme
  472. TG4 launches app as Gaeilge
  473. Landing your dream job
  474. Over 20,000 attend science festival exhibition
  475. Bliain na Gaeilge launched
  476. Education yearbook launched
  477. Studying teaching in the UK
  478. New Year tax tips
  479. Year-end tax planning tips for 2012
  480. Year-end tax planning
  481. Coll & Co
  482. Tax tips
  483. Rental income
  484. Commercial real estate worth considering
  485. Let people make the festivities festive
  486. Spend Christmas in Galway
  487. Team Galway
  488. Creating confidence
  489. We all have a part to play
  490. Making a difference
  491. How to apply for grants and loans
  492. Enterprise Board supports
  493. Financial supports
  494. Look back – move forward
  495. No bank loan? Next…
  496. Apply for a bank loan
  497. Business loans
  498. How to finance your business
  499. How to finance your business in Galway
  500. Training – necessary or relevant?
  501. Get advice
  502. The end goal
  503. Structure of a Business Plan – Part 3
  504. Structure of a business plan – Part 2 of 3
  505. Laying out the law
  506. Board of Directors query
  507. Laying out the law
  508. Mortgage arrears
  509. Question: I am developing a mobile phone app. Do I need to worry about data protection law?
  510. Personal Injury
  511. Commercial leasing
  512. The Volvo impact
  513. To sea, oh to sea
  514. Fighting cybercrime
  515. The big picture
  516. Going for gold
  517. Finishing first
  518. TomTom launches car kit for smartphones
  519. CFO optimism fails
  520. A little light reading
  521. Doing the Math
  522. Optimism on the rise
  523. The dancer
  524. Top 10 trends that will help elevate IT for digital business
  525. Any port in a storm
  526. Keep it simple
  527. Video Games: Economies of the Future?
  528. Hallowe’en Indicator 2012: Trick or Treat?
  529. Irish CIOs look to digital future
  530. Demographics and the markets
  531. The spirit is alive and well!
  532. 4G mobile technology: The €1 billion a year bonus to our economy?
  533. Multi-channel strategy key this Christmas
  534. Monkey business
  535. Nollaig na mBan?
  536. Panda’s not a bear, it’s a monster!
  537. An economist’s guide to buying Christmas presents
  538. 4 Corners Cannabis Review & Coupon Code
  539. Kat’s Naturals Review & Coupon Code – CBD Oil
  540. Local med tech companies short-listed for national award
  541. Budget failure
  542. New model for SMEs launched
  543. Need for broadband investment highlighted
  544. Calling all female entrepreneurs
  545. Increasing online sales with SEO
  546. Crowning the customer
  547. Parcel Motel arrives in Galway
  548. Galway man wins inaugural hospitality award
  549. Galway company buys Weston Airport
  550. Permanent TSB Open Evening
  551. Employment law briefing
  552. Connecting the West
  553. Employment day in Carraroe
  554. Jobseekers’ information day
  555. BPW club launched in Tuam
  556. Galway company acquired by ProTek Group
  557. The voice squad
  558. Gaeltacht funding announced
  559. Jurys invest €1.5m in Galway hotel
  560. New PR agency for food businesses launched
  561. Making connections
  562. Free blogging seminar
  563. Galway company named ‘Best Managed’
  564. Fun Family Day for RNLI
  565. Race for RNLI
  566. Tall Ship Sailing youth exchange
  567. Sailing spectacle on Galway Bay
  568. Mox Henderson
  569. Boost for Connemara salmon farming
  570. Me and the Sea – David Colturi
  571. Galway’s future Olympians
  572. Me and the Sea – Joe Fegan
  573. 10k for Clifden Lifeboat
  574. Rusheen Bay to be eCar ambassador
  575. Gripping finale to Purcell Marine Late Summer Series
  576. Remembering the RNLI
  577. Fine weather for Late Summer series
  578. International Angling Show headed for Salthill
  579. Surf SUP
  580. Sub-Aqua Club celebrates 50 years
  581. Local lifeboats launch 24 times over summer
  582. Me and the sea
  583. Ticket prices plunge for replay
  584. Fast food chief hopeful team can bring home the bacon
  585. Strong character from Galway
  586. Following Galway on the road to Croker
  587. Tending to the tribe
  588. Galway hurling captain’s blog
  589. Galway needs to lay down a marker
  590. Star profile – Iarla Tannian
  591. Galway dominates All-Star nominations
  592. Mervue House
  593. The Loughrea Siege ends
  594. The Eyre Family
  595. Proud Eyre
  596. Stratford Eyre
  597. Other Eyre family members
  598. The Furey Brothers
  599. Liam O’Flaherty – A breathtaking storyteller
  600. Sir Valentine Blake (14th Baron of Menlo)
  601. Christmas Night Broadcast 1941 – Eire’s Stand
  602. Some Christmas events
  603. St Stephen’s Day
  604. New Year’s Day
  605. Teampaill
  606. Embrace The Cloud!
  607. The Best Cloud Apps
  608. Tech Talk
  609. Your First Computer
  610. Computer Hijack
  611. Information Overload – Email Hell
  612. Where are my contacts?
  613. Snap Happy
  614. Setting up cloud storage
  615. Touchscreen tablets
  616. Android Tablets
  617. New Honda CR-V arrives
  618. €800m investment kick-starts new Leon production
  619. Europcar creates 50 new jobs in Galway and Meath
  620. Classic VW Camper headed to campsite in the sky
  621. Fourth-generation Clio here at last
  622. It’s a long way to the top
  623. Citroen offering free fuel to new car buyers
  624. All-new Maserati Quattroporte revealed
  625. Toyota giving cars away
  626. Jaguar-Land Rover expands Irish operations
  627. Local students to be presented with scholarships by Bill Clinton
  628. Clocking in
  629. All shook up
  630. Substance and style
  631. Cava to host second Galway Tweet Up
  632. GiftedLive keeps on giving
  633. New library for Mountbellew school
  634. Style watch
  635. City fair to showcase food and crafts
  636. Trad in An Taibhdhearc
  637. Cover stars
  638. Javanese night
  639. Gosh launches scrappage scheme
  640. National award for Portumna retirement home
  641. Honda’s clever new diesel to hit 78mpg
  642. Where does it end?
  643. Get your groove baroque
  644. Hall of Fame honour for Galway broadcaster
  645. Bottle banks closed for ‘essential maintenance’
  646. Search continues for €500,000 Lotto winner
  647. New alliance formed to protect community services
  648. Wegians take honours in local derby
  649. Moycullen with back-to-back wins
  650. Newpark Hotel to reopen under new management
  651. Running legend to compete in Connemara 10K
  652. New app to provide free access to health info
  653. New bank needed to stimulate small business sector
  654. Galway clubs shine in Cross Country
  655. Flynn point gives Larkins victory in minor decider
  656. AIB drive for small business continues
  657. New education centre for Kylemore Abbey
  658. Galwegians urged to ‘check the register’ ahead of Nov referendum
  659. Galway celebrates social inclusion
  660. Wonderful two-bed townhouse in Galway
  661. Business Profile
  662. Galway champs dominated
  663. Murphy retains Galway minor role
  664. Galway student found safe and well
  665. Thousands to attend Galway’s Baboró Festival
  666. Lengthy closure for Oughterard Library
  667. New Boots store to open in Galway next week
  668. Demand exceeds supply at Colm Farrell Auctioneers
  669. Kelly named Galway U-21 boss
  670. No decision made on Galway Volvo Ocean Race stopover
  671. Occupy Galway protestors escape arrest
  672. A day aboard a HSE Ambulance
  673. Keeping bullying at bay
  674. Spooktacular festival returns
  675. Refugee Council hits out at centre closure
  676. Private sector to be acknowledged in Mayor’s Awards
  677. Trade union condemns FG TD’s comments
  678. Galway woman scoops top blog award
  679. Galway City second best in Ireland
  680. World record attempt in Oranmore
  681. Anti-psychiatry debate at NUI Galway
  682. Appeal for info on spate of burglaries
  683. Public consultation begins on planned salmon farm
  684. Jedward concert cancelled
  685. Volvo bid stalemate continues
  686. Galway students focused on the jobs market
  687. New stats threaten future of rural station
  688. Floating campus to visit Galway
  689. Galway fuel prices among highest in the country
  690. Man electrocuted in freak accident
  691. Work on Bodkin roundabout to begin next month
  692. Interpol in bid to identify Connemara body
  693. Galway students excel in Leaving Cert
  694. Unique youth café for children with autism
  695. Gardaí remain steadfast on nightlife clampdown
  696. AEOS scheme must be reopened
  697. Roll up! Roll up!
  698. Rents rise in the city
  699. Rental income
  700. Working from the heart
  701. 208 joins the ‘lion-out’
  702. In the news- Anne-Marie Shanahan
  703. Why are there so many spam emails?
  704. Choice of two substantial homes in Athenry
  705. Changing it up
  706. IndOpinion
  707. Farm Safety Still an Issue
  708. Making a difference
  709. Nomination call for ‘Life after Stroke’ Awards
  710. The grass is not always greener
  711. Mervue House
  712. Champions Crash Out
  713. Retailers enjoying sales boost
  714. Race Night to support Donal’s road to recovery
  715. Westdoc issues appeal over patient care
  716. Hospital staff subjected to abusive calls in wake of Savita death
  717. ‘Positive indications’ for airport
  718. Councillors fired up over station delay
  719. Coláiste na Coiribe plans submitted
  720. Concerns over closure of Tuam centre
  721. Libraries hoping for happy ending
  722. Drop in perinatal deaths
  723. Galway cues up snooker return
  724. Oranmore school at “crisis point”
  725. Drop in Live Register
  726. Drop in Trolley Watch figures but staffing concerns remain
  727. Challenging year ahead for business
  728. 1 in 6 calls to Samaritans ‘recession related’
  729. Government rules out Volvo ‘dig out’
  730. Crunch meeting on Galway Airport funding
  731. Gameshow windfall for Galway woman
  732. Smartphone leads to successful Galway mountain rescue
  733. Fibre broadband rollout announced
  734. Motorists thanked for ‘conscious’ driving
  735. Extension sought for Sacre Coeur redevelopment
  736. Funding boost for local sports groups
  737. Galway house prices continue to fall
  738. Galway City praised in litter survey
  739. Paddy Power plans Galway expansion
  740. Community in fear after assault on priest
  741. High ratings for Deception debut
  742. Distribution of Lotto funding criticised
  743. Grave concerns over city burials
  744. Lifeline for airport
  745. New contractor for Bodkin works
  746. Children facing year wait for mental heath services
  747. High demand for property in Galway City
  748. Major increase in Park and Ride numbers
  749. Volvo group seeking clarification on Gov funding
  750. Back to the drawing board for Ironman
  751. Knock has busiest year in 26-year history
  752. Galwegians wanted for ‘Big Heart Fight Night’
  753. Galway school aims to lighten the load for students
  754. Over 1,000 volunteer in 2012
  755. Supermac’s to open Down Under
  756. Gleaming Galway named second cleanest city
  757. Galway murder trial to open next week
  758. New bilingual communications company launched in Connemara
  759. Union offers food to poverty stricken students
  760. €3m allocated to tackle student poverty
  761. Information evening for Traveller Community
  762. New maintenance posts for Athenry
  763. Galway ball for Tiny Dancer
  764. Pain for Galway families as Budget cutbacks begin
  765. Call for nursing scheme boycott
  766. Hospitality opportunities at GMIT
  767. Galway welcomes Operation Transformation
  768. Local companies showcase their wares
  769. Public interview with Mary Robinson
  770. Oral hearing on controversial factory
  771. Galway gatherings get going
  772. 2,000 students still waiting on grant payments
  773. New grant scheme for septic tank works
  774. Thousands flock to Shop Street
  775. Jes students to ‘sleep out’
  776. Public urged to sign X Case letter
  777. Taoiseach to meet with student protesters
  778. Students hit by financial hardship
  779. ‘Almost impossible’ cats caused UHG flea outbreak
  780. ‘Much to be proud of’- President
  781. Knock to fly to Malaga and Majorca
  782. Walk the walk for Croí
  783. Chance for Seanad to prove its worth
  784. Concern at falling roads budget
  785. Council to pursue traffic fines
  786. Council makes conditional airport pledge
  787. Tributes paid to Galway artist
  788. Councillors block water rate increase
  789. From Connemara to Mordor
  790. City in Rugby World Cup bid
  791. ‘Anti-education, anti-jobs’ cut slammed
  792. 2,000 students still waiting on grants
  793. Former Galway TD settles defamation action
  794. Healy Eames fined for tax violation
  795. HIQA names investigation team into Savita death
  796. Ultra runner nominated for national award
  797. Weather limits IMA Championship
  798. Me and the Sea – Graigory Sutherland
  799. Rare lobsters at Galway Atlantaquaria
  800. Irish lighthouses still shining
  801. Craic continues at the Race Village
  802. Galwegians urged to come out in force for VOR send-off
  803. Next stop Marstrand
  804. Cash injection needed for Even Keel project
  805. Moycullen sign two-time All-American ahead of first Superleague game
  806. Favourites all through from groups stages
  807. Mountbellew/Moylough finally into last eight
  808. Teachers need to call themselves aside
  809. Do as I say, Not as I do
  810. Wrong way, Turn back
  811. Some comfort for distressed mortgage holders
  812. 263 out of 400 ain’t bad
  813. Cllrs dither while Galway comes to a standstill
  814. All kinds of everything needed
  815. Calling creative types
  816. Join the debate on building a new republic
  817. INDOpinion – 28th September 2011
  818. Dear Tanya – 21st September 2011
  819. Yoga Synergy
  820. Dear Tanya – 28th September 2011
  821. Historic feature property
  822. Major property auction
  823. Tranquil historic home
  824. An app a day, helps you work rest and play
  825. Laying out the law – 28th September 2011
  826. Chamber Col – 28th September 2011
  827. Edu col – 21st September 2011
  828. Bow Waves launches winter training programme
  829. NUI Galway gets arts into action
  830. Ciaran Cannon – Galway East TD and head of SOLAS
  831. Mike Mansfield – Plan Ireland Sponsor Relationships Manager
  832. Professor Pat Dolan – CFRC
  833. Renault put electric car drive in place with new ambassadors
  834. Renault sponsor paracyclist Mark Rohan
  835. TomTom links with Mazda and Fiat
  836. Remembering Manuela
  837. Audio Feng Shui
  838. Abbey Theatre to perform ‘B for Baby’
  839. New clinic to battle lengthy waiting lists
  840. Appeal for information on Gort burglary
  841. Galway businesses falling victim to credit crisis
  842. Defiant turf-cutters return to Clonmoylan bog
  843. Suspect Ballybrit device ‘not viable’
  844. Man charged following cannabis seizure
  845. Swim ban continues at Grattan Beach
  846. Galway Cllr to speak at suicide conference
  847. Parking charges deterring business in Ballinasloe
  848. Private ambulance service to be rolled out
  849. Playgrounds to become smoke free zones
  850. Transplant athlete dedicates win to donor
  851. Traffic warning as children return to school
  852. Galway Target Express workers join sit in
  853. Friday, I’m in Galway
  854. Strong interest in historic Kenny’s building
  855. Port in a storm
  856. NPWS denies ‘death defying’ aerial intimidation
  857. Masquerade merriment for Oyster Festival
  858. Young swimmer wins sports award
  859. Mayor calls for talks over Mervue pitch plans
  860. Galway’s medieval churches at risk
  861. Boyle wins Mór Oil Rally
  862. Home sharing volunteers sought
  863. Culture night returns to Galway
  864. Runner-up prize for Galway charity worker
  865. Ten new jobs for Galway company
  866. New suicide crisis centre for Galway
  867. New service for aggrieved Galway mortgage holders
  868. Galway Senator joins Chinese curriculum group
  869. Volunteering Fair at NUI Galway
  870. 3,000 Junior Cert students to receive results today
  871. Moone landing
  872. New crisis centre confirmed for Tuam
  873. Calls for maintenance of local haulage routes
  874. New non-invasive treatment at GUH
  875. Seminar to discuss social media and charities
  876. Galway pubs boycott late night ambulance service
  877. Tiernan to embark on ‘World Tour of Galway’
  878. BB Bear expands vocabulary
  879. Four Galway nursing homes nominated for national awards
  880. UK company to relocate to Galway
  881. NUI Galway develops new pneumonia testing tool
  882. Galway musicians victorious at Fleadh
  883. Grants available for digital switchover events
  884. Ó Cuív launches visceral attack on Health Minister
  885. Galway cleans up its act
  886. Galway wheelchair users facing social exclusion
  887. Galway’s ‘Sweaty Betty’ to make TV debut
  888. Time to tackle Croke Park
  889. New €3.7m heart facility to open in city
  890. Calling young collectors
  891. Champion runner steps out for Africa
  892. Councillors’ retirement pay ‘inappropriate’
  893. Council allays grant fears
  894. Galway Senator appointed party spokesperson
  895. New cycle track to boost Galway tourism
  896. City Council to join nuclear-free group
  897. Galway model visits Playboy Mansion
  898. Local Senator joins Chinese curriculum group
  899. Wildlife walk at Grattan Beach
  900. Four charged in Galway drug raid
  901. Galway man inspires Chieftains honour
  902. The Bish celebrates 150 years
  903. 300 new jobs for Galway
  904. CERN exhibition opens
  905. Six charged following drugs raid
  906. Extended Christmas market set to return to square
  907. Quest for Liam’s wheels
  908. Be Galway’s 16th Man
  909. Parish mourns tragic loss
  910. €50,000 prize package for SCCUL awards
  911. Probe into garda attack
  912. Campaign continues for Lisbrook residents
  913. Second chance for city ambulance
  914. Connolly best for West
  915. Student to save money by living in a tent
  916. Galway warned to ‘step up’ or lose out
  917. Council allays grant fears
  918. 300 New Tech Jobs For City
  919. €2.2m windfall for Galway Prize Bond holders
  920. Debate on ageing in Ireland
  921. Top marks for Galway campuses
  922. Galway technology used by US Government
  923. Man collapses in city centre
  924. 35,000 ‘no shows’ at GUH
  925. Call for Taoiseach to visit nursing home
  926. Galway production opens to rave reviews in London
  927. An Taisce report ‘peppered with sweeping generalisations’
  928. Families’ hopes dashed by High Court ruling
  929. New appointments to TG4 Board
  930. New tech offers huge potential for Galway jobs
  931. Pieta House founder to speak in Galway
  932. New Claregalway school to open next year
  933. €1 million in workplace compo payouts
  934. Entrepreneurs vie for business prize
  935. Focus on science and technology needed – Commissioner
  936. Warning that budget cuts will push families into poverty
  937. Concern over electricity grid plan
  938. Strong response to O’Loughlin appeal
  939. Full speed ahead for Briarhill
  940. Major initiative to tackle city traffic
  941. Council won’t propose rate decrease
  942. Saw Docs eye up Christmas No.1
  943. Market attendance up
  944. County Council in Staffing Crisis
  945. Ashford Castle enters receivership
  946. Galway man begins 1,000 mile run
  947. Road closure due to flooding
  948. Student protesters released without charge
  949. Diners blast new booking charge
  950. Rezoning plans rejected
  951. NBCRI donate €1m to research facility
  952. Finish line in sight for On the Road Again
  953. New dog breeding legislation welcomed
  954. Galway play boost for local tourism
  955. News Review of the Year
  956. A Year in Politics
  957. Chances of a lifetime for Galway-based artist
  958. 8 out of 10 Irish drivers feel safer on our roads – AXA Survey
  959. Tír an Fhia/Leitir Mór boil water notice lifted
  960. Student protesters released without charge
  961. Golf estate proves that SUV cravings are all in your head
  962. Ghostly image causes a stir
  963. Get Festival Fit!
  964. Hollywood Smile
  965. No Babies on Board
  966. Getting Shirty
  967. Practical market research
  968. The Chinese Dream
  969. Caught in the web
  970. Up-skilling employees
  971. Draft legislation for companies on the way
  972. Bettor Not Lose
  973. Lexus shoots for the moon
  974. Peugeot doing it for the kids
  975. Western Motors Zeroes in on Value
  976. Toyota Ireland wins ethical business award
  977. Send your cubs to train with The Lions
  978. Form an orderly Q
  979. Mazda back in black
  980. SEAT’s practically giving money away
  981. Mitsubishi’s X marks a new spot
  982. Luxury Range
  983. Literary Launch
  984. Growing Pains
  985. Three wins for Galway at Smedias
  986. Summer lovin’
  987. Which language is most powerful for business?
  988. Sick teddies skip waiting lists
  989. Charity ‘rackets’ under fire
  990. Double parking doublespeak
  991. Graffiti clean-up costing city €20,000 per annum
  992. Council looking at suing Govt department
  993. Plans for new western education cluster
  994. ‘Budget fails students’
  995. ‘Wine increase will close restaurants’
  996. UHG hopping… with fleas
  997. City Council refuse service under threat
  998. 5,000 people waiting for a house
  999. Budget targets children – COPE Galway
  1000. Council invest in rugby test
  1001. Galway psychiatric ward deemed unfit
  1002. Lily-Mae comes home
  1003. Council facing €189,000 property tax bill
  1004. ‘Carers using respite grant to pay bills’
  1005. Keaveney blasts ‘regressive’ Budget
  1006. Warriors wanted for American football team
  1007. Garda held over alleged sex assault
  1008. Reilly to visit Galway this week
  1009. GAAW members arrested
  1010. Rates meeting deemed a ‘success’
  1011. Fears Remain Over Island Flights
  1012. No rate hike for local business
  1013. Airport crunch meetings continue
  1014. Minister slams ‘nasty’ turf protest
  1015. ‘Careful consideration’ required on abortion legislation
  1016. Garda checkpoint to track down Ardrahan ‘hit and run’ driver
  1017. St Thomas’ hurlers celebrate family affair
  1018. Consultants Removed From Savita inquiry
  1019. City Council to Combat Traffic Snarl-up
  1020. Major Blow To City Bypass plans
  1021. Taoiseach slammed as ‘insensitive’ following Savita comments
  1022. €80,000 funding for Galway arts groups
  1023. ‘City losing tourists due to bus issues’
  1024. Further criticism for Galway-Limerick rail service
  1025. Galway team tackle Great Ethiopian Run
  1026. ‘Inquiry necessary to ensure UHG is safe’ – Reilly
  1027. Public meeting on suicide set for Loughrea
  1028. Coca-Cola Vice-President speaks at NUI Galway
  1029. Call for increase in CE schemes
  1030. CCTV Footage To Establish Cause of Dealership Death
  1031. ‘Misterman’ Big Apple bound
  1032. First Day of School
  1033. Local Civil Defence role in Libyan conflict
  1034. Galway companies shortlisted in Deloitte Best Managed Awards
  1035. A new way to help you pay a fine
  1036. Year ending on a high for Shannon Group
  1037. HERO Recruitment named Agency of the Year
  1038. Galway woman elected new RDS President
  1039. Galway Lions Auction
  1040. 30,000 to travel through Ireland West Airport for Xmas
  1041. Medtronic is named the Medtech Company of the Yea
  1042. Medical expenses – What can be claimed as a tax deduction?
  1043. Why Would I Use Encryption?
  1044. Galway Chamber Business Award winners announced
  1045. Recipe for Success
  1046. Medtronic is named the Medtech Company of the Year
  1047. ‘Hygge’ – Are the Danes on to something?
  1048. Irish-Chinese networking event
  1049. Free mentoring programme for entrepreneurs and businesses
  1050. Chanelle Group named Exporter of the Year 2016
  1051. SiteMinder opens its new office in Galway
  1052. New appointments at EY Galway
  1053. Shopping local this Christmas
  1054. 308 is lucky number for new Peugeot
  1055. Honda’s back in F1
  1056. Fiesta is Europe’s leading party
  1057. MOD is rocking
  1058. Toyota now world’s most valuable car brand
  1059. Taking DIY to a new level
  1060. New Alsatian is top dog
  1061. Cut and Run
  1062. Breathe Easy
  1063. Galway GAA motion goes to Congress
  1064. Hyundai Has a self-driving Ioniq up its sleeve
  1065. Skoda’s Big Superb Remains One of the most useful cars you can buy
  1066. Toyota Says 97% of its Hybrid Buyers Will stick with their cars
  1067. Sherry FitzGerald Scoop Residential Agency Award
  1068. Christmas ‘Ceiling of Light’ for Galway’s Latin Quarter
  1069. Saw Doctors Galway Concert Cancelled Due to illness
  1070. Brought to Bear
  1071. Folk Revival
  1072. Galway Arts Festival Programme Unveiled
  1073. Sea Festival Ahoy!
  1074. Supporters Rally For Turfcutters
  1075. Galway Students Going To School Starving
  1076. Keaveney Against Abortion Bill
  1077. Savita Report For Minister ‘Within Weeks’
  1078. Questions Raised Over Hospital Board
  1079. Store To Appeal Order to Repaint
  1080. Galway School Tops Times guide
  1081. An Taisce Accused of City Sabotage
  1082. Galway To Get 12 New Councillors
  1083. Man Critical Following Athenry Incident
  1084. Relationship upskilling
  1085. Margaretta D’Arcy book launch
  1086. 48 Hour Film Challenge
  1087. DJ workshops at Galway Arts Centre
  1088. Dermot & Dave on The ‘Ah Sure Lookit!’ Tour
  1089. Choral fusion
  1090. Philadelphia youth choir to perform in Galway
  1091. Countdown to GIAF begins
  1092. What to do in Galway this week
  1093. Family lunch time concerts
  1094. Relic of Mother Teresa at Galway Cathedral
  1095. SeaFest tourism boost for Galway
  1096. Galway Film Fleadh launched
  1097. Free family activities at SeaFest
  1098. Free higher education places on offer
  1099. The Final Week
  1100. Forever Homes Needed
  1101. Supporting mental health through diet
  1102. Make-up Quick Fixes
  1103. Junior Achievement Ireland celebrates 20 years
  1104. Which language is most powerful for business?
  1105. Galway’s Blue Economy
  1106. Business Events at SeaFest 2017
  1107. Galway’s gaming future
  1108. Concern for Apple
  1109. Roundabouts branded ‘a shambles’
  1110. Balloon festival returns
  1111. Ed Sheeran fever hits Galway
  1112. ‘It’s not enough just to be good’
  1113. Macnas Parade
  1114. Questioning Legislation
  1115. Many alternative routes to be looked at
  1116. Do you support the introduction of legislation that includes risk of suicide as grounds for abortion?
  1117. Do you support the decision of Galway Bus Eireann drivers to take industrial action?
  1118. Galway’s research clusters: a shining example of innovation at work
  1119. Forum theatre workshops
  1120. Seminar to take celebrate renowned writer
  1121. Help Explore the Power of Music
  1122. ‘Rails Girls’ comes to Galway
  1123. Galway Girls Named ‘EU & You’ winners
  1124. ALâ officers elected
  1125. NUI Galway named in top 200 universities
  1126. Back Door Options
  1127. Four bed for sale in sought-after area
  1128. Superb City Properties
  1129. Exquisite family home for sale
  1130. Athenry family home for sale
  1131. DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard launch auction
  1132. Two takes at city centre living
  1133. Apartment Block for Sale
  1134. DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard hold May Auctions
  1135. Auctioneers launch ‘major drive’ for Galway properties
  1136. City property in need of refurbishment
  1137. Ford scores van award triple-crown
  1138. Your driveway the most expensive place to park
  1139. Elwood Hopes to Leave on a High
  1140. Mervue robbed at the death
  1141. Traveller Pride Week begins in county
  1142. ‘Exceptional’ response needed to farming crisis
  1143. Call for cancer public awareness campaign
  1144. High-speed broadband set for Shantalla and Mervue
  1145. Volunteers wanted for NUI comfort eating study
  1146. Search launched for Farmer of the Year
  1147. Ash dieback warning for Galway famers
  1148. 24-year-old dies in Knockdoe crash
  1149. GAA fans flock to new Park and Ride
  1150. Inisbofin among favourite holiday spots
  1151. Free screening at African Film Festival
  1152. Do Fairies Still Dwell Among Us?
  1153. Creating Colour
  1154. Learn to be humble
  1155. The Great Willie Morris
  1156. Own the streets for one night only
  1157. The Sound of Silence
  1158. Wishing on a Star
  1159. Sean The Boy
  1160. Is a Guy’s Job Really a Deal Breaker?
  1161. Win a Goodie Bag!
  1162. Can I Ask You a Question?
  1163. Making Exercise a Habit, Not a Chore
  1164. Vintage – A Great Way To Channel Your Own Style
  1165. Healthy Weight, Healthy Pregnancy, Healthy Baby
  1166. Make-up Masterclass
  1167. Best Dressed – Tips From The Judges
  1168. Add a Splash of Summer To Your Look
  1169. Can you kick it? Yes you can
  1170. Making Lifestyle Changes is About Making Them Realistic
  1171. Is A Guy’s Job Really a Deal Breaker?
  1172. Win a Goodie Bag!
  1173. Can I Ask You a Question?
  1174. Making Exercise a Habit, Not a Chore
  1175. Vintage – A Great Way to Channel Your Own Style
  1176. Healthy Weight, Healthy Pregnancy, Healthy Baby
  1177. Picks of the Week, 15 July 2015
  1178. My Fellow Sponges to rock Ruby Room
  1179. Swing Down to Monroe’s Live for some jive
  1180. A Double Whammy of Fine Folk
  1181. Mayhem and Madness
  1182. Paintclub Galway Returns
  1183. Debut Show for Exciting Duo at Monroe’s Live
  1184. Enjoy Old-School Rock’n’Roll
  1185. Folk Legend Declan Sinnott comes to Monroe’s Live
  1186. The Traditional Revolution
  1187. Donegal to face the Galway Hurdle
  1188. Oji own-goal costs Galway
  1189. Dunne rallies the Tribesmen
  1190. Croke Park Dawns
  1191. Sharpshooting Niland leads the way
  1192. Second time lucky for clinical minors
  1193. Dream win for hurlers but still room to improve
  1194. Loughrea Sprint Triathlon
  1195. Galway Welcomes West Coast Racers
  1196. Join Climb for Curls 2015 this August!
  1197. Galway crew assist on ‘Reek Sunday’
  1198. Best Dressed
  1199. Funding boost for Galway Hospice
  1200. Cool Wish Granted for Ciarán
  1201. Champions
  1202. Best Dressed Winner Announced
  1203. 50 new jobs for Galway
  1204. Galway welcomes west coast racers
  1205. Bats to get their own route over new M17/M18
  1206. Ballybrit Bonanza
  1207. Grassroots Football
  1208. FAI Player Development Plan
  1209. FAI Soccer Sisters Easter Camps
  1210. FAI Late Night League
  1211. FAI Skills Development Programme
  1212. FAI Goalkeeper Coaches’ Clinic
  1213. FAI Don’t X the Line
  1214. Summer Soccer
  1215. Family FUN Football Event
  1216. To Heck With The Game, Get in the Zone
  1217. All Can Change Very Quickly
  1218. Roving Reporter Answers The Call
  1219. Never Judge The Book By The Cover
  1220. We Could Do With Some Snow
  1221. Footballers Need One More Big Performance
  1222. ‘Perform as a Leader’ Book Signing Next Week
  1223. Galway Airport without an aviation service
  1224. Tall Ships ‘Could Be Real Possibility’
  1225. Timeless Style
  1226. Spring Has Sprung
  1227. Embrace Brights
  1228. DIY Denim
  1229. Sport Style
  1230. A Touch of Suede
  1231. Get Fit Gear
  1232. Slip into something cool
  1233. Finding the right headpiece
  1234. New €25 Million Cultural Venue
  1235. ConTempo teams up with trad legends
  1236. May Over The Edge: Open Reading
  1237. A Capella Knights take to the stage
  1238. ‘Lark in the Land’ for Western Alzheimer’s
  1239. Galwegian Debut For Glaswegian Limmy
  1240. Galway students’ safety idea wows Bizworld Dragons
  1241. Thesis tips
  1242. It’s good to be back
  1243. Summer Animation Camp at Galway Film Centre
  1244. Citroen’s Rubis Tuesday
  1245. Leaving Cert Stress
  1246. Gold Medal for NUI Galway Chemistry Expert
  1247. Fancy a ten-speed?
  1248. Dealing with Exam Stress
  1249. Punching above its weight
  1250. Volunteer Galway role listing
  1251. GTI hosts student exhibition
  1252. Auction Taking Place This Week
  1253. Superb City Centre Apartment on the Market
  1254. Rinn Dúin second phase coming soon
  1255. Spacious home with excellent potential
  1256. Stunning Countryside Home
  1257. Galway company wins regional award for enterprise
  1258. Budget For Back To School Costs
  1259. Call for entries
  1260. Business Back The West
  1261. LEO Brexit Information Evening
  1262. Back to school costs
  1263. 2016 Income Tax Return filing deadline fast approaching
  1264. Allergan launches new innovation award with GMIT
  1265. Preparation is key to Brexit
  1266. Kevin McGahern at Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh
  1267. Learn to play the harmonica
  1268. On the road with the ICO
  1269. Pure imagination with Diarmuid Gavin
  1270. Fun, toe-tapping show for kids
  1271. NUI Galway hosts Connacht Fleadh
  1272. Druid revives a McCabe classic
  1273. Lark in the Land
  1274. Galway publisher scoops national children’s award
  1275. Peter Pan showing at Eye Cinema
  1276. Incapacitated Child Tax Credit
  1277. Galway hits the jackpot
  1278. Business call to over 50s
  1279. Looking ahead
  1280. Network Awards winners announced
  1281. Soothe dry skin
  1282. Forever Homes Needed
  1283. Tips For Beauty Shopping
  1284. Food intolerance
  1285. Amazing cruise offers for 2017 and 2018
  1286. Wearing White…Well
  1287. Honest food at FORK
  1288. Allergies and herbal treatment
  1289. Health screening open day with medical herbalist Patrick Murphy Allergies and herbal treatment
  1290. Travel light Beauty tips with Caroline Bourke
  1291. Home-grown
  1292. Pensions – Icebergs ahead!
  1293. Tributes for popular estate agent
  1294. Mine tragedy remembered 100 years on
  1295. State Exams Begin
  1296. Celebrate World Oceans Day at Galway Atlantaquaria this Sunday
  1297. Families protest over eviction notice
  1298. Galway Pride taking place in August
  1299. Galway 2020 to bring City and County together
  1300. Man’s body discovered in Salthill
  1301. Community in shock after tragic death of local woman
  1302. Car accident claims two young lives
  1303. Galway transplant recipient to compete at Games
  1304. Mosque targeted
  1305. NUI Galway rises in Global Rankings
  1306. Farming Enterprise
  1307. Emerging Opportunities
  1308. Galway Entrepreneurs Return From US Trade Mission
  1309. Boosting North/South economic co-operation
  1310. Image – Does It Matter?
  1311. Galway Camogie Collapse
  1312. No joy for Tribesgirls as they fall in opener
  1313. Tag Rugby Continues To Grow
  1314. Charity headshave for Aras Mhuire
  1315. CAP deal good for ‘West of Ireland’ – Kyne
  1316. City vacancy rate ‘second highest’
  1317. Speed limit increase welcomed
  1318. CAP deal good for ‘West of Ireland’ – Kyne
  1319. New Lifeboat for Clifden RNLI
  1320. Galway To Host Tattoo Show
  1321. Mazda’s 6 wins prestigious Red Dot design award
  1322. Fleet cars gather for national awards
  1323. Keen drivers, form an orderly queue
  1324. Renault Back in Business in Galway
  1325. Used car market bouyant as new sales slump
  1326. High-altitude action
  1327. Toyota’s hybrids pass the 5-million mark
  1328. MG Makes its first 4×4
  1329. Burke a Major Doubt for Final
  1330. GHSC calls for more members
  1331. Galway FA trip to Poland
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  1343. One million cigarettes seized in Galway
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  1547. €5m Property Sales at O’Donnellan and Joyce Auction
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  1600. Urgent Appeal To Help Children’s Cancer Charity
  1601. Sheridan to run for Greens in Galway
  1602. Tributes paid to Baboro General Manager
  1603. Comedy Carnival set for new home in city centre
  1604. ‘Extreme speeding’ on National Slow Down Day
  1605. Galway disappoints in litter survey
  1606. ‘Invisible No More’ industrial action
  1607. Galway runner on 3,000 mile journey across America
  1608. 30 new jobs for Galway
  1609. All Ireland Hurling Finals to be screened live in Eyre Square
  1610. Galway TD set to retire
  1611. Niall O Tuathail to run as Social Democrat
  1612. ‘I remember with gratitude my donor’
  1613. College interviews
  1614. Cautious optimism for construction industry
  1615. Explore NUI Galway’s first undergraduate science fair
  1616. ‘Performance points’ for elite athletes
  1617. Post Grad Options
  1618. Galway students conferred with PhDs
  1619. ‘A Celebration of David Norris’ at NUI Galway
  1620. Free Architecture Event
  1621. Learning from The Mocks
  1622. New Term of Acting Classes
  1623. Distance learning
  1624. Des Bishop visits Menlo School
  1625. Final entries for Connacht Property Auction
  1626. Spacious Central Two-Bed Apartment
  1627. Three-bed terrace in excellent location
  1628. City Centre Penthouse-Style Property
  1629. Historic castle for sale for €6.5m
  1630. Detached residence in Corrandulla
  1631. Auction prices from €29,950 to €439,950
  1632. Over 20 properties for auction
  1633. Strong interest in bumper auction
  1634. Hyundai finding its rallying feet
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  1636. Low-slung new Merc GLA signals new army of 4x4s from Stuttgart
  1637. Swede – now with more butter
  1638. A good deal for Qash
  1639. New Peugeot petrol engine sets economy record
  1640. The man who fell to earth jumps into an Audi
  1641. Ferrari to create theme park in Spain
  1642. Renault’s Twizy hits the big screen
  1643. One fifth of us still not wearing seatbelts
  1644. Skoda-sponsored Tour Of Connemara gets vintage look
  1645. Opel’s new Vivaro will pack them in
  1646. Kinvara ‘Gig Room’ launches
  1647. Great Danes
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  1655. Beats and Boxes
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  1661. Mayor accepts ‘Micro City’ award
  1662. Gradam gearrliosta unveiled
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  1664. Print Media– Business Card
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  1667. Radisson Blu among country’s green hotels
  1668. Masters of Running workshop in Galway
  1669. Keller rescues Garbally and seals replay
  1670. U-21s crash out
  1671. Galway FC chase first win in Ballybofey
  1672. Galway WFC Suffer Narrow Defeat to League Leaders
  1673. Camogie Campaign Back on Track After Banner Win
  1674. St Mary’s denied All-Ireland hurling title
  1675. Top six now the target for Connacht
  1676. No such thing as a sure bet
  1677. U-21s Stunned by Leitrim
  1678. Meehan refusing to rule out comeback
  1679. Brett Wilkinson forced to retire
  1680. Supreme Court Judge for NUIG address
  1681. No ‘fair deal’ for elderly farmers – Mullen
  1682. Measles outbreak in NUI Galway
  1683. Wishing on the M17
  1684. Ports in a Storm
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  1686. Rescheduled walk for Shaidhbh
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  1825. Connacht Glory for Galway Girls

From Freddy Krueger on ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ to Damien in the ‘Omen’ trilogy, everything associated with Hallowe’en has a habit of re-emerging again and again. The same is true of the so-called ‘Halloween Indicator’in global stock markets.

A previous ‘Money Matters’ article on 13 October 2010 outlined the well-known Bouman and Jacobsen ‘Halloween Indicator’, also known as the ‘Sell in May and go away’ effect. Their original 2002 American Economic Review study has attracted a lot of attention in both the academic and popular press. Essentially, they found that returns during winter (November through April) are significantly higher than during summer (April-October) in 36 out of the 37 countries studied (including Ireland).

As outlined in a paper just out by Jacobsen and Zhang*, several other researchers have found the indicator to be present in out-of-sample tests. As the authors note, this means that the anomaly does not suffer from one of the curses of financial analysis, namely ‘Murphy’s Law’ whereby the effect seems to disappear or reverse after it is discovered. Of course, there are a number of caveats with these results, including possible data mining or lack of real economic significance.

Jacobsen and Zhang’s 2012 paper essentially re-tests the indicator by using the entire historical database for 108 stock markets across the world. Like Michael Myers in the ‘Halloween’ series, there’s simply no putting down the prevalence of the Hallowe’en effect. Overall, the 55,425 monthly observations over 319 years show a strong Hallowe’en effect. The winter returns – November through April – are over 4.50 per cent higher than summer returns and are higher in 81 out of 108 countries, compared to only two countries having significantly higher May-October returns.

In terms of geography, the Hallowe’en effect is more prevalent in countries located in Europe, North America and Asia than elsewhere. Jacobsen and Zhang found that the strongest Hallowe’en effect occurred since 1960 in developed Western European countries, such as Ireland and the United Kingdom. Indeed, Jacobsen and Zhang put a particular focus on the long-term history of UK stock markets as the old market adage ‘Sell in May and go away’ originated there. Using quotes from brokers working in the London since the 1930s, they speculate that the origins of the hypothesis originated from the English upper class spending winter months in London, but spending summer away from the stock market on their country estates.

Although there is no clear reason why the indicator still works now that summer holidays are a very different affair, the evidence reveals that UK investors would have remarkable odds of beating the market by sticking to the adage. With an investment horizon of ten years, Jacobsen and Zhan found that the chances of the Hallowe’en strategy outperforming the buy and hold strategy to be 90 per cent.

Overall, this new evidence suggests that the Hallowe’en indicator is a pervasive market anomaly that has strengthened rather than weakened in recent years. Whatever the reasons behind the effect, now that November is almost upon us, it may be time to invest if we trust that the indicator is a ‘treat’ and not a statistical ‘trick’.

  • Jacobsen, B. and C.Y. Zhang. ‘The Halloween Indicator: Everywhere and all the time,’ Massey University Working Paper October 1, 2012.
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