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Nicky McFadden honoured by AIT
Athlone Institute of Technology has conferred its highest honour on Longford-Westmeath Deputy, Nicky McFadden.
New Intreo Centre to be officially launched in Athlone
An Intreo Centre which offers employment and income support services in one location will be officially launched in Athlone this week, local Fine Gael TD Nicky McFadden has said.
Air ambulance to be extended until March
The air ambulance service based in Custume Barracks, Athlone is to be extended until March, pending a decision on its long-term future.
Two school building projects announced for Westmeath
Two school construction projects have been announced for Westmeath for the coming year.
Sadness at passing of former Athlone mayor
The funeral Mass has taken place of former Athlone mayor Brendan McFadden, who died suddenly on Monday at the age of 82. Mr McFadden, who was a public representative in Athlone from 1979-2003, was laid to rest yesterday at Coosan Cemetery following a funeral Mass at the Church of Saints Peter and Paul.
McFadden encourages people to avail of Better Energy schemes
Deputy Nicky McFadden has welcomed the announcement that 250,000 homes have been upgraded in Ireland through the highly successful Better Energy schemes. Free home energy upgrades have been completed in 100,000 homes through Better Energy Warmer Homes Scheme. A further 150,000 homeowners have availed of the popular Better Energy Homes grants for insulation and heating upgrades.
McFadden welcomes water mains funding
Local TD Nicky McFadden has welcomed the approval of required funding of €5.02 million for the Athlone Watermains Rehabilitation Contract.
New mayor pledges support to business
Athlone’s new mayor has promised to lead a campaign to support local business in the town.
€460k funding for Killucan community centre
Just under half a million euros in funding has been approved for the construction of a community centre in Killucan.
After 245 missions, air ambulance service gets three-month extension
Minister for Health, James Reilly has agreed to allow the Emergency Aeromedical Support (EAS) air ambulance based in Custume Barracks to continue for three months while the 12 month pilot scheme is reviewed.