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Over €100,000 has been allocated following work by local communities to draw this funding under the Community Involvement Scheme (CIS).
Local Election pressure was eveident this week after a first-time candidate criticised his outgoing competitors following a vote to maintain the zoning status on a parcel of land in direct contravention of expert advice.
For the first time ever, RTÉ’s Operation Transformation is teaming up with Swim Ireland to bring National Swim Day to the public tomorrow, Saturday February 1.
Less than two months after applying to open a second store in Mullingar, Lidl has been refused permission by Westmeath County Council.
July has heralded a new era for the further education and training sector in Westmeath.
Motorists are being warned to expect some delays as works get under way on the N4 between Clongowney and McNeads Bridge as part of the N4 The Downs Grade Separation Scheme.
The next stage in the 10-year saga to provide a brand-new primary school for the eastern side of Mullingar was confirmed this week with the news that compulsory purchase orders have been issued to the two landowners of the council’s favoured site just off the Ardmore Road.
Some spring growth seems to be slowly returning to Westmeath business, as evidenced from the planning lists at Westmeath County Council, with a new tyre service facility in Delvin and a new convenience store and deli in Kilbeggan the notable beneficiaries of the official green light.
The plan to halve the number of vocational educational committees (VECs) across the country in accordance with the McCarthy report was presented to Westmeath County Council this week.