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The Holiday World Show 2010 is taking place in the RDS Dublin, from Friday, January 22 to Sunday January 24, and the Advertiser has 10 family passes to give away to lucky readers. The tickets, worth €14 each, will permit a family of four (two adults, two children) free access to the event on any day.
From January 2010, Westmeath County Council is embarking on a series of public consultation meetings for the new Westmeath Arts Plan 2010-2016, which is currently in draft stage.
According to a report in Monday’s Irish Independent, demand for social housing has increased by 94 per cent in Westmeath in the past year alone, causing an “unprecedented crisis” as waiting lists soar.
The 2010 budget allocation to the tourism industry has been positively received by the local tourism company, Co Westmeath Tourism Ltd.
A new public art feature has been commissioned by Westmeath local authorities for the entrance to Mullingar Town Park. The winning piece, entitled ‘Stream Spire’, will be produced by Mayo-based artist Cathal McCarthy. The series of stainless steel spheres will stand at 3.2 meters and are designed to float in the air like a weightless ribbon of water droplets, mirroring the nearby River Brosna.
An Athlone woman accused of allegedly breaking into a Galway city restaurant and stealing cash and other property worth more than €16,000 has been sent forward for trial.
Jasango Theatre marks its debut with the Irish premiere of Bombshells, a rip-roaring, explosive and hilarious evening spent with several generations of women on the edge.
Having replenished its salt stocks through deliveries on Monday and Wednesday this week, Westmeath County Council says it is continuing to apply grit to some 462 kilometres of major roads in the county as the prolonged spell of freezing weather continues.
Over 90 secondary students from Westmeath entered the ‘Dragons Den – What’s your big idea?’ competition run by Westmeath County Enterprise Board to encourage students to get their thinking hats on to come up with innovative business ideas.
While disposable incomes in Westmeath remain in the mid-range, they have dropped slightly when compared with our national counterparts, according to the latest figures released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO).