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Introducing the Athlone Town senior women’s playing squad

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Team Captain

Fatal crash car had travelled 2km in wrong direction, inquest told

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A car which collided with another, killing a family of three and its own driver had travelled 2km in the wrong direction before the impact, an inquest was told this week.

Galway artist pays homage to Ukranian artist Maria Prymachenko in new exhibition

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Artist Anna Rozanska-Batra's exhibition titled, 'Birds in Quilling', was launched at Ballybane Public Library on Saturday September 11 and will run until October 22.

Revenue seize cocaine and cash in Athlone

As a result of routine operations on Sunday (04/09/2022), Revenue officers examining parcels at a premises in Athlone seized over 2kgs of cocaine with an estimated value of more than €140,000. The illegal drugs were concealed in two parcels that originated in the Netherlands and were destined for addresses in Counties Louth and Armagh.

Recruits from 34th Platoon complete military training at Custume Barracks Athlone

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Amid the centenary year of the Defence Forces, 27 recruits from the 34th Two-Three Star Platoon completed their military training prior to their formal passing out parade which took place within the surrounds of Custume Barracks in the heart of Athlone.

Documentary on Athlone pub to be shown at festival in Poland

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‘Ann’s Pub’, the award winning 26-minute documentary by Swiss filmmaker Thabea Furrer, which was filmed at Flannerys, the landmark Sean Costello Street premises between 2017 and 2019, will be screened at the prestigious BNP Paribas Two Riversides Film and Art Festival.

Fleadh closes with a poignant reminder of reality

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The closing film of the Fleadh this year was particularly poignant. While we are all delighted to be back indoors watching films after a two year hiatus, this well chosen final film of the week puts a lot into perspective.

Toyota set to expand new partnership with Stellantis following the addition of large van

Toyota will add a new large van to its range in 2024, expanding its partnership with Stellantis, which began in 2012.

NUI Galway to host new world-class supercomputer

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The Irish Centre for High-End Computing (ICHEC) at NUI Galway has been selected by the EU as a home for a new supercomputer.

Davitt calls for debate on Ireland’s corporate tax rate

Fianna Fáil Senator Aidan Davitt has called for a debate on Ireland corporate tax rate.


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