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Jobs boost for Mullingar as Mullingar Autos expands

Mullingar Autos has announced the inclusion of the Skoda brand at their Dublin Bridge showrooms with the creation of 10 new jobs.

Westmeath councillors earn average of €28,000

Westmeath county councillors received average annual payments of more than €28,000 over the past two years, with four councillors earning in excess of €40,000 last year.

Town Park to be monitored by CCTV

CCTV cameras will be installed in Mullingar's Town Park, which recently witnessed a number of vandalism and antisocial behaviour incidents.

Calls for new policy on signage on Westmeath roads

Cllr Robert Troy is calling on Westmeath County Council to immediately bring forward a policy document on the erection of signage on the county’s roads.

Ardmore/ Marlinstown Plan praised by councillors

The draft Local Area Plan for Ardmore/ Marlinstown has been hailed as an important development for Mullingar and the county by local councillors.

Address of recognition for Bishop Smith

“An address of recognition for Bishop Michael Smith on his silver jubilee,” was Cllr Jim Bourke’s unanimously approved proposal at the recent Mullingar Town Council meeting.

Council to fight reduction in fallen animal subsidies

There may be some light at the end of the tunnel for farmers struggling to meet the increasing costs of disposing of fallen animals, as Westmeath County Council is to take the issue to national level.

Council strives to meet €3.8m roads shortfall

A deficit of €3.8 million in roads grants for 2009 has left Westmeath County Council with no choice but to postpone certain projects and cut costs in other areas.

An exhausting weekend sees little changes

It was an exhausting weekend for anyone with an interest in politics. In Westmeath the two count centres at Mullingar and Athlone played host to many candidates and party members, as they dashed from north to south to ensure everything was running smoothly in county and town.

An exhausting weekend sees little changes

It was an exhausting weekend for anyone with an interest in politics. In Westmeath the two count centres at Mullingar and Athlone played host to many candidates and party members, as they dashed from north to south to ensure everything was running smoothly in county and town.

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