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More jobs announced as Taoiseach confirms Ballymahon project

The jobs boost for the Midlands as part of the anticipated Center Parcs development in Ballymahon has doubled after being formally announced by Taoiseach Enda Kenny.

€220,000 facelift fund to fix 26 council houses

Westmeath is to to benefit to the tune of €220,000 to help turn 26 vacant housing units across the county into viable homes.

Half a million delight for Westmeath couple

A lucky County Westmeath couple got summer off to a flying start as they collected a cheque for €500,000 at National Lottery offices last weekend. “We’re delighted! We plan to clear the mortgage and the bills and use the rest to put the kids through college,” said the wife.

Frugal Westmeath is spending less than other local authorities

Westmeath is spending less than other councils in areas such as housing, roads, water, and recreation, according to a new website which compares public spending across the country.

New education and training body established in Westmeath and Longford

July has heralded a new era for the further education and training sector in Westmeath.

Croke Park or bust as local rivals meet for semi-final tomorrow

GAA supporters from across Athlone and the extended areas of south Westmeath and south Roscommon will meet in Longford tomorrow as neighbouring clubs Garrycastle and St Brigid’s finally meet at the much anticipated All-Ireland club senior football championship semi-final.

Triple P’s founder Professor Matt Sanders to visit Athlone

The Longford-Westmeath Parenting Partnership will welcome Professor Matt Sanders, the founder of the Triple P Positive Parenting Programme from June 8-10 including a seminar in Athlone on Thursday June 9. The programme is currently being piloted in Longford Westmeath having started up in September 2010.

Damien Dempsey to headline charity micro music festival

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It’s Helium time of year again – not quite the size of the famous music festival Oxegen but helium is slightly lighter and smaller after all.

Ten jobs to go in Ballymahon

The closure of a cement works in Ballymahon and the resultant loss of 10 jobs has been described as “disastrous” by Longford/Westmeath Deputy James Bannon

Eire Óg strong contenders for Andy Merrigan Cup

Eire Óg will meet Colmcilles of Longford this Sunday in Dr Cullen Park at 2.30pm.

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