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A clean-up morning takes place in Mullingar this Saturday August 6 from 10am til noon, and all are welcome to come along and take part in making their town a better place to live and work.
There is disappointment in Mullingar at the latest Irish Businesses Against Litter (IBAL) rankings, which branded the town ‘moderately littered’ and was strongly critical of littering in the vicinity of the canal.
After a gap of 55 years, the unromantically named “Barge No3” will take up where the “Hark” left off, and on September 30 become the first vessel in over half a century to navigate the Royal Canal all the way to the Shannon.
After 18 years of working towards the aesthetic improvement of Mullingar’s primary geographic feature, the Mullingar Royal Canal Amenity Group was formally acknowledged this week with an Address of Recognition accorded by the cathaoirleach and members of Mullingar Town Council.
Labour Party TD Willie Penrose has raised with Rural Affairs Minister Eamon O’Cuiv the progress on the replacement of Lyneen Bridge in County Longford.