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University hopes ambitious plan will send it soaring into top 200

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Ambitious plan to catapult NUI Galway into the top 200 universities worldwide while securing €100 million in competitive EU research funds were launched last week.

NUI Galway launches Strategic Plan with ambitious aims for 2020

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NUI Galway’s President, Dr Jim Browne, today unveiled Vision 2020, the University’s new Strategic Plan 2015–2020.

CHEF’S corner

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Trevor Donegan, executive head chef at the Athlone Springs Hotel, shares a recipe exclusively prepared for Advertiser readers. Please email head chef, Trevor Donegan directly on [email protected] with comments or questions.

Cameron wants council to support Corrib Rangers’ funding application

If funding to develop a natural grass pitch for Corrib Rangers Football Club is to be secured, the club needs the support of the Galway City Council to make an application.

Q-Sat Broadband demo tour en route to Mayo

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Q Sat Broadband, Ireland’s leading provider of satellite broadband, is embarking on a nationwide tour this May, to bring the Q Sat Broadband experience to life, in areas where reliable broadband connectivity remains a live issue.

Corrib Rangers AFC gets long lease for 3G pitch

Westside football club Corrib Rangers AFC has been given a ten year lease on a 3G all weather sports facility with floodlights at the Corrib Park Neighbourhood Park.

Mayo open league campaign at home to Roscommon

The Mayo senior hurlers have their first competitive outing of the season with a home game to near neighbours Roscommon this Sunday, February 24, at 2pm in Elverys McHale Park. This is their first game under recently appointed manager Christy Phillips who is hoping to start the League campaign with a win. Phillips and his backroom team of Ciaran Hynes (Westport), Austin Kenny (Tooreen), and Sean Malee (Kiltimagh) have been fine-tuning their preparations for the League since the first week in January, training three times a week at the 3G Connacht Centre of Excellence in Bekan and playing a number of challenge games. The hurlers received a major boost over the past few weeks with the return of Westport’s Aiden Connolly to the panel. Connolly was Mayo’s stand out player last season and his arrival will be a major boost to Mayo’s full backline. Mayo will be looking for strong performances from seasoned campaigners Donal O’Brien, Pa Connell, Shane Morley, Derek McDonnell, Kenny Feeney, and Brian Hunt. Relative newcomers to the panel Ciaran Finn, David Kenny, Adrian Guiry, and Colin Staunton will also be hoping to impress. The match day panel will also be bolstered by the return of All-Star Keith Higgins and football panellist Cathal Freeman.

Westmeath hurlers suffer second early season defeat

Westmeath hurlers bowed out of the Walsh Shield following an 11-point defeat at the hands of the students of DIT. In the bigger scheme of things exiting the Walsh Shield is not the be all and end all but the manner of the defeat raises serious questions ahead of their upcoming division 2 campaign. It certainly highlights the need to get a number of our more experienced players back on board as soon as possible.

Burke hat-trick steers NUIG students to victory over Westmeath

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Turlough residents object to 30 metre Vodafone mast

Plans to erect a telecommunications mast in Turlough, outside Castlebar, have met with opposition from local residents.

 

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