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Kilbeggan business wins Local Enterprise Office Enterprise award

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Kilbeggan-based business, John Gannon Concrete Ltd T/a Gannon Eco has been selected as the overall winner of the 2014 Local Enterprise Office Enterprise Awards.

Rocky road to Dublin for Console

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A fleet of movie star Rocky lookalikes are all set to run from Galway to Dublin on Saturday September 13 in aid of the national suicide prevention and bereavement charity Console.

Take the Rocky Road to Dublin for Console

Sporting groups, runners and walkers in Galway are being invited to dress like movie character Rocky and join the Great Rocky Run in aid of the national suicide prevention and bereavement charity Console.

Westmeath welcomes the Native Woodland Trust - a fruitful partnership

There have been exciting developments in County Westmeath recently with a pioneering partnership between Westmeath County Council and the Native Woodland Trust. This involved Westmeath County Council leasing a beautiful nature reserve to the Native Woodland Trust. The nature reserve is called Ardan Woods and is located halfway between the villages of Tyrrellspass and Kilbeggan.

Kilbeggan’s restored waterwheel is launched

Kilbeggan Distillery’s restored waterwheel was launched with a splash earlier this week.

Kilbeggan students show the value of publicly funded art

In a council-sponsored collaboration between a community artist and transition year students from the Mercy Convent in the town, the school now has a permanent art installation in the medium of relief printmaking, and based on a theme of “a sense of place”.

Local girlband makes national awards

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Excitement filled the air this week when director of Midland Drama School, Lorraine Wynne, received a phone call from the Irish Entertainment Awards to inform her that her girlband Elles Divas are up for an award for the Best Upcoming Pop Teen Girlband 2010.

Brown bin roll-out to commence in July

Residents of Mullingar will soon have the opportunity to recycle kitchen and garden waste from their own homes, with the roll-out of the brown bin services in the coming weeks.

100kmph speed limit proposed for old N6

It is likely that a speed limit of 100kmph will be reinstated on the old N6 between Athlone and Rochfortbridge following a period of consultation, commenced this week.

New N6 to Midlands and West is good news for business — Dempsey

The N6 Kilbeggan to Athlone national road scheme which was officially opened this week, is great news for business in the midland and west regions, it was claimed at the opening.

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