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Keith Higgins became the latest in a line of Mayo footballers to announce his retirement from inter-county football last weekend.
Fine Gael TD Alan Dillon has said he is privileged to have been appointed by An Tánaiste Leo Varadkar as the party’s spokesperson for Tourism and Sport.
Athlone Town Mayor, Cllr. Aengus O’Rourke, has expressed his immense disappointment pertaining to the Oireachtas Golf Society outing, the source of much public ire this past week.
Local Fianna Fáil Councillor, Frankie Keena, has denounced the hosting of the Oireachtas Golf Society event stating this week that he reacted with a myriad of emotions as news of the controversial Clifden gathering emerged.
Local Fine Gael Councillor, John Dolan, has expressed his utter anger and dismay at the hosting of the Oireachtas Golfing Society event in Clifden last week.
As part of the Westmeath County Council Decade of Centenaries programme, Mount Temple resident, Ian Kenneally, has been appointed Historian in Residence for the period from August until November 2020.
Galway East TD and Fianna Fail Programme for Government negotiator Anne Rabbitte was last night named a Minister of State by Taoiseach Micheál Martin when the names of the 17 junior ministers were revealed after a day of speculation.
Fianna Fáil TD for Westmeath, Deputy Robert Troy, has written to the Minister for Justice regarding the health and safety concerns of residents living in the Temple Spa Accommodation Centre in Horseleap.
Westmeath County Council continues to deliver vital public services in the challenging circumstances arising from the Covid-19 pandemic and are being continually advised by relevant Government and public agencies in doing so.
Fine Gael Cllr Peter Flynn has called for action to be taken to improve the footpaths around Westport town. Speaking at the West Mayo Municipal District February meeting this week, he said: "It has been something that has bothered me since I came back on to this council in June last year and I am talking about the main thoroughfares. What has really brought it to a head in the last few months has been the Quay Road - probably the busiest footpath outside the town centre. It links the Quay and the town and is used by visitors and locals alike.