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Fr Peter McVerry, champion of the homeless and downtrodden in Ireland for the last 30 years, will be guest of honour at the launch of a family support unit in the Shamrock Lodge next Wednesday (November 4).
Aficionados of the pre-CD medium are in for a treat this Saturday November 7, when Records Fairs Ireland will be setting out their comprehensive array of vinyl wares at the Prince of Wales Hotel, from 10.30am to 5.30pm. Christmas is coming and it’s the ideal time to pick up an collectable vinyl or a record player for the perfect present!
Described as ‘the hottest Irish acoustic group on the planet’, Lúnasa will perform their final show of the year ahead of going into studio to record tracks for their new album.
Experience the triumph of the human spirit and the strength of will, with a few tears and laughs thrown in with equal measure!
This is a very well-maintained and tastefully decorated house. The property is facing onto a green area and is not overlooked at front or back. All three bedrooms are very spacious, and the accommodation also includes a sitting room, kitchen/dining room, guest WC, bathroom, and en suite.
FÁS, in partnership with the Westmeath County Library Service, are delighted to introduce the FÁS eLearning at the Library Project to the Mullingar and Athlone libraries.
If you are thinking of starting a new business in Athlone or Mullingar, you should consider calling into the Radisson Hotel in Athlone on Saturday November 14 between 11am and 2pm.
Shoplifters in Athlone could cost retailers over €180,000 per annum if they steal only an average €30 worth of goods each week. Retail businesses in Ireland lose up to 25 per cent of all retail profit each year as a result of criminal activity.
An exhibition of work by artist and AIT lecturer, Margo McNulty, will open at Roscommon Arts Centre on November 19. The exhibition, entitled Imprint, presents a body of work that has been created over the last four years and has been exhibited in part in Cologne, Paris, Louvain, and Poland.
The controversial one-way traffic management system looks like it’s back on the agenda after it was revealed at this week’s town council meeting (November 2) that an agreement had been reached “in principle” with Bus Eireann over the sticking point of the station field.