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Promises Promises in the Town Hall

NO FIXED Abode Theatre Company are in the Town Hall next weekend with Promises Promises, the hilarious new comedy play by Athlone-based writer Margaret Mc Kenna Mullan.

Alcohol-free youth disco for summer

A monster summer break up youth disco is to be held at Athlone Rugby Club this Friday June 26, in conjunction with Athlone Gardai and the Athlone Drug Awareness Group.

County councillors slam incomplete NRA projects

The National Roads Authority (NRA) came under fire at the first meeting of the new Westmeath County Council, as councillors vented their anger at the body’s unwillingness to meet with them to discuss unfinished road projects in the county.

Health hazard posed by dumped asbestos - Keena

“If only I could catch the individual who dumped a large quantity of asbestos in Annagortha Bog,” was the regret of Cllr Frankie Keena this week.

Proposed planning bill needs careful consideration - Keena

Westmeath county councillor Frankie Keena has called on all Oireachtas representatives in the Longford/ Westmeath constituency to carefully consider the proposed Planning and Development (Amendment) Bill 2009 as it comes before them over the next couple of months.

Massive turn out at crime prevention meeting

Over 100 people attended a crime prevention presentation last Monday night in the Garrycastle GAA Clubhouse. Organiser of the event Cllr Frankie Keena said that he was thrilled with the large turnout who represented the following areas: Blyry, Moydrum, Woodville, The Orchards, Altown, Garrycastle, Garnafailagh, Tully, Fossagh, Baylin, and Cornamagh.

Keena praises Garda drug seizure

Chairman of the Athlone Drug Awareness Group, Cllr Frankie Keena, said he was delighted with the success of the drug seizure by the Gardai in Athlone last weekend.

Flood devastation: clean-up to run into six figure sum

The clean-up operation following the flooding of several hundred homes in Athlone and the surrounding area will cost hundreds of thousands of euros and will be “difficult, traumatic, messy and will take some time”, according to county manager Dan McLoughlin.


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