TDs past and present from across the Longford-Westmeath constituency have paid tribute to former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds who passed away on Thursday morning (August 21).
His fellow Fianna Fáil party member Mary O’Rourke led the tributes, saying that he was “always very active in bringing industry to the constituency. He worked hard for the good of the county and the constituency. We were rivals, as we were seeking the same votes. But we always both got elected.
McGorisks Pharmacies, the Athlone-based pharmacy business, has just completed a refurbishment of its Irishtown store.
Get regular haircuts: Ok, so you don’t want to have your hair cut… so then have it ‘dusted’, ie just the very dead ends removed to stop it splitting right up the hair shaft. Have a blowdry in the salon and after it is dried it is easy for the stylist to see the split ends to ‘dust off’. This can cost as little as €10.
The newly revised Yaris is just going on sale with an entry price level of €14,995 for the Terra 1.0 VVT-i Manual three-door and a similar spec and engined five-door version for €15,995.
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.
Eight SSE Airtricity League Premier Division fixtures remain for Athlone Town, who have taken ample encouragement from last weekend’s two draws.
In 2003, a group of talented youngsters from the Mullingar area were assembled by centre director Sean Lynch. The group collectively became known as the Mullingar Student Players.