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A woman who had been living rough in a container is now making good progress within a family resource centre, Mullingar District Court has heard.
Having captured this year’s senior hurling title in dramatic style at the expense of Clonkill, Raharney face a difficult challenge when they entertain Offaly champions Coolderry this Sunday.
Fresh from winning this year’s Westmeath intermediate title Bunbrosna begin their provincial campaign with an away game to Offaly champions St Rynagh’s this Sunday. Having to travel into the lions’ den certainly makes this a lot more tricky for the Westmeath side but they still should emerge on top. Bunbrosna have been operating in division one of the league and were in contention to win it before losing to Tyrrellspass by a point last week.
Businesses from all over Westmeath and Offaly came together last Monday in the Tullamore Court Hotel to participate in the third annual Business-to-Business Speed Networking event.
Businesses from all over Westmeath and Offaly are invited to participate at the Business-to-Business Speed Networking event which will be held in Tullamore on Monday September 20.
This Saturday provides a great opportunity for football folk in the region to meet a host of former and indeed some current greats of the game as they gather to launch the new fire and stove centre at Cempo Interiors Ltd in Blyry, Athlone.
Birr’s four star County Arms Hotel is hosting its first ever wedding show – the County Arms Hotel Birr Regional Wedding Show on Sunday September 19.
Westmeath County Council are delighted to announce the third year of the Midlands Masterclasses series in association with Laois, Longford, and Offaly county councils. The series has been developed as a response to the professional needs of visual artists, musical enthusiasts, dancers, writers, and performers right across the Midlands.
The number of people on the Live Register in the Midlands jumped by 1,140 in July, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO).
Despite widespread concerns from local people the new water eco-park mooted for the Midlands will not affect water levels of the Shannon. Speaking to the Advertiser Gerry Geoghan of RPS, a consultant firm to Dublin City Council, said that the water supply is not only for the people of Dublin, but also for those in the Shannon area.