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A recently published bill which gives effect to Budget 2023 measures will help individuals and families in Westmeath with increased payments according to local Fine Gael Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke.
Athlone Credit Union has announced the launch of its Community Support Fund for 2023.
Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has sought Dáil support to designate long Covid-19 as an occupational illness for frontline workers who contracted the virus due to their employment.
There was government presence in Athlone on Friday morning last as Minister for Rural and Community Development, Deputy Heather Humphreys, launched the inaugural National Hub Summit, at the Sheraton Hotel.
Striving to enhance public awareness, the Youth Work Ireland Midlands ALF Youth Diversion Project in Athlone aims to expand its target age group.
Clifden District Hospital will be closed from today (Thursday) until Sunday in order to allow staff to take time owed and/or take annual leave, the HSE said last night.
The Tullamore Library was the venue for the successful launch of Employability Midlands’ updated and improved website. www.employabilitymidlands.com.
Mayo, Sligo and Leitrim Education and Training Board (MSLETB) and Donegal Education and Training Board presented awards and certificates to the graduates of a variety of craft apprenticeship programmes at the Landmark Hotel, Carrick-on-Shannon, Co Leitrim on November 18.
On November 10, 23 auctioneering and property services apprentices graduated, becoming qualified auctioneers after completing their two-year apprenticeship with Galway Roscommon Education & Training Board.
Labour City Councillor Niall Mc Nelis has warned that unless a new national industrial policy framework prioritised the scaling up of indigenous Irish enterprise, Ireland will continue to be exposed to a dangerous and excessive reliance on foreign direct investment for high value, high paying jobs.