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Gardai in Athlone are continuing with their enquiries following a fatal dog attack in Burgess Park this past weekend.
The consistently diligent work of numerous local community volunteer groups was formally recognised this week when Athlone achieved a gold medal standard accolade at the annual National Tidy Town’s awards ceremony.
This week marked the relaunch of Athlone’s community policing unit, a development which will ensure more visibility of local gardai on the town’s thoroughfares and allow for continuous integration with numerous representative organisations within the district.
An archaeological find alluding to the possible remains of the town’s 17th century defence walls has been unearthed as Westmeath County Council and the Office of Public Works progress the Athlone Flood Alleviation Scheme on The Strand at the River Shannon.
Defence Force spend a ‘significant commitment’ towards transformation of military’s national presence
The recent decision taken by the Government to enhance its Defence Forces budget spend, the largest increase since the foundation of the State is a “significant commitment” towards the transformation of the country’s military presence, Westmeath County Council Cathaoirleach, Cllr Aengus O’Rourke, stated this week.
To mark their volunteer contribution to the local community, local Fine Gael councillor, John Dolan, has requested that a civic reception be hosted to recognise the 50th anniversary of Athlone Sub-Aqua Club.