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Active Age Night at Passionfruit Theatre

Passionfruit Theatre Co is a voluntary organisation which is committed to its work in building close links with the community.

Saved by the Leaving Cert

A man with 63 previous convictions who fought with a garda after being apprehended for joyriding around the Marist College in July, avoided any addition to his present sentence after the court heard how he had just started the Leaving Cert in prison.

Westmeath students receive Texaco art prizes

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Seven Westmeath students were among the 161 winners from all over Ireland who travelled to Dublin recently to receive their prizes in this year’s 56th Texaco Children’s Art Competition.

Westmeath Junior Cert high achievers recognised at AIT Awards

Some 63 students who sat the Junior Certificate exam in 2009 at secondary schools throughout Westmeath were recognised at a special award ceremony at AIT last week.

Last call for Westmeath students to enter SciFest

Westmeath post-primary students are encouraged to get their entries in quickly for this year’s SciFest ahead of the deadline of next Friday March 12.

Marist off to a flyer with victory over Athlone Community College

Marist 2-10      

A learning curve

With 700 employees and 6,000 students, president of Athlone Institute of Technology Professor Ciarán Ó Catháin is at the peak of his learning curve. Eight years into his 10-year tenure, Ciarán takes the responsibility of running one of the midlands’ biggest employers in his stride.

Eleven Westmeath entries for Young Scientist Exhibition

The BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition has broken all records with 1,616 projects entered into the 2009 exhibition, including 11 entries from Westmeath.

A bridge too far for St Mary’s

Leinster Junior Club Final

What are you at, Batt?

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At this stage I presume that, like myself, you are sick to your teeth of hearing people complaining about the recent Budget. First the pensioners, then the teachers, medical professionals, and more recently the farmers have taken to the streets to highlight how unjust the recent changes brought about by the Budget have been to each of their respective spheres. And that’s before we even mention the dreaded word recapitalisation. Thank God for the All-Blacks was all I could think as our attention was diverted to matters less important, but infinitely more entertaining over the past week.


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