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Pleads to drug dealing at aunt’s house

A young man has pleaded guilty to having cannabis for sale or supply at the home of his aunt in Kinnegad.

Kinnegad man avoids jail after pleading guilty to possession of €350k of drugs

A man who fled to the UK in 2009 after being caught with €350,000 worth of various drugs avoided a jail term in the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court yesterday, May 22.

Westmeath’s Fittest Company competition launched

Westmeath’s Fittest Company charity competition was officially launched this week at Columb Barracks, Mullingar.

Developers speculating on property price rise

A Mullingar Area councillor has launched a scathing attack on developers whom he believes are speculating on the value of their derelict sites rather than selling them for the benefit of the community.

Streamlined maintenance contract will give council more staff

Westmeath County Council is no longer responsible for the maintenance of its 80km of motorway after the NRA centralised this task in June.

Final call for Heaven Cent coins in Westmeath

Time’s ticking, there is less than a week left to donate to Heaven Cent, a joint fundraising campaign run by Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin and Temple Street Children’s Hospital.

Two Mullingar estates to be taken in charge

Two more housing estates in the Mullingar area are to be taken in charge if councillors agree at next week’s meeting of Westmeath County Council.

Plenty to play for as club championship kicks off this weekend

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The Westmeath senior, intermediate, and junior football championships have snuck up without much fuss or hype. There are plenty of interesting tussles down for decision this weekend.

Development levy cut in Westmeath

At this week’s monthly meeting of Westmeath County Council, councillors welcomed a proposed minimum 25 per cent cut in development levies across the county.

Westmeath councillor expresses concern over county’s smaller towns

A Westmeath councillor has expressed concern about future development in some of the county’s smaller towns. Cllr Denis Leonard said he was worried that towns and villages like Kinnegad, Rochfortbridge, and Ballynacargy may be deprived of vital services in the future purely because their populations aren’t large enough.


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