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Four candidates on Fianna Fail’s South Westmeath ticket

The recent convention of South Westmeath members of Fianna Fail saw four candidates put forward for the 2014 local election.

Councillor urges town council to clampdown on public begging

Athlone town councillor Sheila Buckley Byrne asked the February meeting of Athlone Town Council if it would be possible to pass a bylaw to limit begging in the town.

Hogan demands Fine Gael clarity on Custume Barracks

Athlone Town Councillor Paul Hogan has demanded clarity from the Fine Gael Minister for Defence regarding the future of Custume Barracks. The request comes in light of the confirmation that the Fine Gael-led administration will cut the brigade structure from three to two.

Local councillor elected to Sinn Féin Ard Comhairle

Athlone town councillor Paul Hogan was elected to the Sinnb Féin’s officer board at the party’s recent North Leinster Cuige AGM.

Disappointment over Drugs Taskforce report

It was a case of ‘tell us something we don’t know’ when the Minister for Community, Equality and Gaeltacht Affairs launched a study into substance abuse in Athlone last week.

Disappointment over Drugs Taskforce report

It was a case of ‘tell us something we don’t know’ when the Minister for Community, Equality and Gaeltacht Affairs launched a study into substance abuse in Athlone last week.

O’Rourke welcomes grants for elderly and disabled

Athlone town councillor Aengus O’Rourke has warmly welcomed the recent announcement by Minister Michael Finneran regarding the allocation of €100m to improve or extend the homes of older people and people with disabilities.

FF Euro candidate out of touch with constituency

This week Athlone town councillor Paul Hogan has said that Fianna Fáil’s Liam Aylward is out of touch with his constituency as hundreds of posters were erected around Athlone and the county erroneously.

Gambling review will not curtail local charities - O'Rourke

Athlone Town Councillor Aengus O'Rourke welcomes the initiative announced by Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform, Dermot Ahern, to undertake a major review of the legislation surrounding the gambling industry in Ireland.

Henson claims Bord Snip surgery bad for Athlone health

Newly elected Athlone Town Councillor Jim Henson has added his voice to the Labour party’s scathing reaction to the Bord Snip proposal to take medical cards from all but those on the lowest social welfare payments.

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