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In response to the Government’s formalised range of measures aimed at preventing the spread of Covid-19, Westmeath County Council has announced that all libraries in the environs are now closed with public access to Athlone Castle, Luan Gallery and Abbey Road Studios not permissible until March 29.
Following on from a competitive tendering process, Westmeath County Council signed the Housing First Contract for the Midlands Region with Peter McVerry Trust.
Athlone Institute of Technology will launch a comprehensive student sexual health service to meet the needs of its growing student population, 61 percent of whom are aged 18-24 and are classified as ‘high risk’ for sexually transmitted infections.
Senior executive members of the Westmeath County Council have been criticised for their perceived lack of urgency in dealing with the need for accommodation in the county.
Athlone Institute of Technology has been named U-Multirank’s Top 25 Performing Universities in the World in the category of interdisciplinary research for the second consecutive year.
A member of the Athlone IT staff has been appointed to the inaugural Midlands Science expert advisory panel, the aim of which will be to contribute to Science Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) programmes going forward with a focus on the Midlands region in terms of its overall reach and impact.
Westmeath County Council are inviting Tidy Towns committees to take part in an initiative that will tackle the scourge of disposable coffee cups in the county during National Spring Clean Week in April.
At a recent meeting of Westmeath County Council held within Athlone Council Chamber, elected representatives unanimously supported a motion from Cllr. Michael O’Brien noting the recent cervical check scandal, that the local authority call upon the Minister for Health and An Taoiseach to acknowledge, support and respond in detail to the demands of the Standing4Women campaign.
Town Mayor, Cllr. Frankie Keena, has expressed his sympathy and thoughts at the passing of former Town Clerk, John Walsh.
Green Party leader, Deputy Eamon Ryan was present in the Dean Crowe Theatre on Friday last as he launched the local elections aspirations of Mount Temple native, Louise Heavin.