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Greenway project on track for summer opening

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Local councillors had a chance to check on the progress of the Greenway cycleway project as works reached Moate last week.

Local walk and cycleway on track


Body in canal identified

The man whose body was taken from the Royal Canal this week has been named locally as Delshad Mohammadi (31), a waiter in the popular Pasta Bella restaurant on Austin Friar Street.

Mullingar watermains replacement project to start in July

A start date of July 8 for the commencement of the watermains rehabilitation project in Mullingar was confirmed this week in a report given to the environment and water services strategic policy committee.

Two Mullingar estates to be taken in charge

Two more housing estates in the Mullingar area are to be taken in charge if councillors agree at next week’s meeting of Westmeath County Council.

Council doesn’t understand its cycle brief, says councillor

Westmeath County Council is fundamentally misunderstanding its brief to research plans for its stretch of the National Cycle Network, says Councillor Denis Leonard.

Westmeath encouraged to ‘think big’ for Engineers Week

Engineers Week is coming to Westmeath. The annual campaign to promote engineering as a career and the importance of the profession to Ireland, is taking place from February 25 to March 3. A number of events have been planned for Westmeath to encourage interest in engineering in its various forms.

Athlone-Ballinasloe cycle route approved

A sum of €470,000 has been allocated to provide 20 kilometres of cycle lanes along the former N6 between Athlone and Ballinasloe.

Westmeath County Council obliged to find new source of canal water

Westmeath County Council must find a new source of water for the Royal Canal to protect Mullingar’s drinking water, an oral hearing has been told.

Canal or taps? Waterways sides with drinking supply

In an effort to preserve water levels in Lough Owel because of the very dry spring, Waterways Ireland has closed the Royal Canal for navigation for the immediate future.


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