Athlone is to open its arms to 7,500 athletes, singers, debaters, chess players, and artists from across the country due to participate in this weekend’s Community Games Festival.
The HSE Community Games Festival will be taking place over two weekends from August 15-17 and August 22-24 at Athlone Institute of Technology and Athlone Regional Sports Centre.
McGorisks Pharmacies, the Athlone-based pharmacy business, has just completed a refurbishment of its Irishtown store.
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It will not arrive here until mid-spring next year but having attended some workshops and seen the global reveal in Germany last week, I can tell you with some confidence that the all-new Vito Van is going to be a serious player in this segment.
Former Minister and TD, Mary O’Rourke is hoping to use the launch of her memoir on Sunday to provide “a bit of a party for Athlone”.
O’Donnellan & Joyce reported this week that it has been overwhelmed by the number of investors who entered the market in recent weeks, particularly those looking for Galway city properties close to NUIG and UHG. The Government’s capital gains incentive introduced in 2013 comes to an end at the end of this year and provides for investors who purchase a property prior to the end of the year and holds it for seven years; they can then sell the property without having to pay capital gains tax. This is an incredible incentive for investors as there is no other asset that you can acquire and hold for a seven year period tax-free.
Ten SSE Airtricity League Premier Division encounters remain for Athlone Town so the margin for error is reducing with each passing week as Keith Long’s charges seek to avoid the drop.
Presented by Keegan Theatre all the way from Washington, USA, A Few Good Men comes to the Mullingar Arts Centre for two unrivaled performances on September 5 and 6.