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Westmeath County Council truly committed to building communities

Westmeath County Council, in advancing its plans to build 497 new housing units by the end of 2021, is focusing on the construction of small to medium sized developments.

Essential machinery upgrade funded at Athlone Golf Club

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Funding under the Sports Capital Programme has enable the purchase of a special rough mower at Athlone Golf Club.

Host families for international students

Since 1976, families across Ireland have been welcoming international students from the Midland Language Centre

Frankie Keena elected as new Mayor of Athlone

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Honda’s new CR-V to make its debut

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From the world’s bestselling SUV to the futuristic Sports EV Concept, Honda tells us that it will showcase a range of its latest and most exciting vehicles and concepts at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show next month.

Honda’s new CR-V to debut

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From the world’s bestselling SUV to the futuristic Sports EV Concept, Honda tells us it will showcase a range of its latest and most exciting vehicles and concepts at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show next month.

Honda’s new CR-V to debut

From the world’s bestselling SUV to the futuristic Sports EV Concept, Honda tells us it will showcase a range of its latest and most exciting vehicles and concepts at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show next month.

Eamonn Deacy Park

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The townland in which this park is situated is known as Terryland or Tirellan, derived from the Irish Tír Oileáin (the Land of the Islands) which was so named because the river divided into many streams, thus creating islands in the area. It is in the civil parish of St Nicholas in the Barony of Galway.

From generation to generation

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The viability and competitiveness of the traditional family farm model in Ireland is increasingly viewed as crucial to the survival, continuity and future prosperity of the agri-food sector, and broader sustainability of rural society.

Let light guide us through the winter

There is a strong sense of impending Christmas about Galway this week. Tomorrow, the city lights will be switched on, in a progressive way by a city-hopping Santa who will by the end of his journey have brought the power of illumination to us all. The crews have been working on this and on the Christmas Market stalls and huts for the past seven days. The clang clang of their hammers and drills; the constant beeping of the reversing vehicles; the rattling of the dividing fences that will provide safety, the chatter of men dangling by ropes from the steel structure that forms the big Ferris wheel, almost 100 feet above the ground.

 

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