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Athlone is the third most expensive destination in Ireland

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Hotel prices in Athlone fell 17 per cent in the first six months of the year according to the Hotel Price Index. Despite experiencing the steepest price fall in the country, Athlone was still ranked as Ireland’s third most expensive destination with room rates averaging at €97 per night, after Wexford and Kilkenny where room rates are €104.

There’s more than one way to adulthood

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Many parents quite naturally dread the onset of teenage years, when their dearly beloveds are subsumed by a fog of mental hormones for a few years while they painfully begin to learn their way in the world. For the lucky ones, a sporting bias will show early, and a simple pair of football boots are all that’s needed to keep your horror from a regular appearance in the Garda station.

John Walsh resigns after 28 years as town clerk

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There was shock and praise in equal measures at the end of Monday’s meeting of Athlone Town Council when town clerk John Walsh announced he had presided over his final council meeting.

Athlone estate must wait to see who pays for its speed ramps

Plans of the local authority to take Cloghanboy estate in charge were adjourned for at least a month after a councillor raised a question about whether the developers had promised to install speed ramps.

Motorpark Athlone opens in Athlone as Ford Main Dealer

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Motorpark is delighted to announce the opening of a new Ford sales and aftersales facility at Monksland, Athlone.

Motorpark Athlone opens in Athlone as Ford main dealer

Motorpark are delighted to announce their opening of a new Ford sales and aftersales facility at Monksland, Athlone.

Council to fund €22m road locally

To pay for a road that has been 10 years in the planning, Westmeath County Council has set a price of €82,500 per hectare on future development levies in Athlone, a figure that equates to just €835 per each quarter acre site.

Elan plan slow change at top

The CEO of Athlone’s biggest private employer, Kelly Martin of Elan, is to step down in 2012, the firm announced this week.

Monksland site drops over 98 per cent in value in four years

A 3Ha (7.5 acre) site on the outskirts of Athlone bought for €17.5m in 2004 and valued at €31m two years later, is now only worth €600,000, the Commercial Court was told last week.

Completion date set for troublesome bridge

Traffic jams at the infamous Garrycastle bridge will be a thing of the past by August 2011, it was revealed at the monthly meeting of Athlone Town Council.


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