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Sadness at passing of former Athlone mayor

The funeral Mass has taken place of former Athlone mayor Brendan McFadden, who died suddenly on Monday at the age of 82. Mr McFadden, who was a public representative in Athlone from 1979-2003, was laid to rest yesterday at Coosan Cemetery following a funeral Mass at the Church of Saints Peter and Paul.

McFadden welcomes water mains funding

Local TD Nicky McFadden has welcomed the approval of required funding of €5.02 million for the Athlone Watermains Rehabilitation Contract.

New mayor pledges support to business

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Athlone’s new mayor has promised to lead a campaign to support local business in the town.

Public submissions sought on Dáil electoral system

Westmeath’s citizens are beng encouraged to have their say on the way in which TDs are elected to Dáil Éireann.

Consultation process begins as Alkermes announces 130 job losses

The consultation process with Alkermes employees started on Wednesday, April 10, after it was announced earlier this week that up to 130 jobs were to go at the biopharmaceutical plant in Monksland.

Westmeath can benefit from strong tourism growth - McFadden

Longford-Westmeath TD Nicky McFadden has said that Westmeath can benefit directly from the increase in tourist visits to Ireland, and the county should do all it can to attract more visitors. Deputy McFadden was speaking following the publication of new figures showing strong growth in visitor numbers of 3.9 per cent at the end of 2012.

Ericsson announce the loss of 100 jobs at Blyry site by next February

One of the main employers in the town, Ericsson, has announced the loss of 100 jobs from its Blyry site.

Moate gets €500k in funding towards new park

Almost half a million euro has been released to develop a town park in Moate, it was revealed this week (October 22).

IO Systems announces 30 jobs for Athlone

There has been widespread welcome this week to the news that IO Systems is to create 30 new jobs in Athlone.

Race to replace Whelan hots up with two more names

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The anticipated re-elevation of John Dolan to the county council chamber will no longer be the rubber-stamped formality he might have hoped for with the news this week that at least two more candidates are to contest the vacant seat - including one from his home base of Castledaly.

 

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