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Tender approach with a strong message in Man Up exhibition

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Think of a photograph that would be suitable for a campaign tackling domestic violence, and it is likely that a dark image of a terrified women, crouching in the shadow of an abuser, is likely to spring to mind.

Anti-water charges march this Saturday


Athlone Tidy Towns groups to receive awards

Bishop of Kerry, Athlone native Bishop Ray Browne, is to be special guest at this year’s Athlone Tidy Towns Awards on Wednesday.

HSE’s free detox services “very successful” - says report

The number of heroin users in Westmeath engaging in a methadone programme has risen by almost 75 per cent in the last three years, it was revealed this week.

Garda presence keeps South Westmeath roads fatality-free

For the first time since records began there has not been a road fatality in the south of Westmeath to date this year.

Councillors decide to pursue funding for John McCormack Centre

Elected members of Athlone Town Council are to pursue Fáilte Ireland for a grant promised to them for the creation of a John Count McCormack Centre.

Protesters locked out of public gallery at town council meeting

This month’s Athlone Town Council meeting saw the public gallery locked and no members of the public allowed in as protesters from Athlone’s newest political party the People’s Voice returned to make their presence felt.

New €3.5m watermains gets the go-ahead

Athlone can expect up to nine months of selective disruption from June after it was announced the €3.5 million rehabilitation plan for the town’s elderly watermains was given the green light.

Closing date for latest town plan looms

With only four days to go before the closing date for public suggestions on the future development of Athlone, it has been revealed that just five submissions have been received by the town council to date.

Council strengthens its hand against disruptive tenants

In an effort to curb anti-social behaviour, Westmeath County Council will now insist that all new housing applicants submit to a Garda check, and those with any convictions or for public order offences will have to face at least another layer of interview with the housing liaison officer before they may be accepted.


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