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Second class students from Ardnagrath National School, Walderstown, Athlone, were runners-up in the RSA’s ‘Hi Glo Silver’ competition for their poster ‘Be Safe, Be Seen’.
A man was banned from driving for four years this week (April 16), after he was found guilty of driving whilst already disqualified.
The re-branding of the anti-household charge group in Athlone progressed this week (January 29) as they set February 7 as the date for the naming of the party and the release of its draft manifesto.
The popular Race of the South Walderstown, Athlone takes place on Saturday and Sunday July 14 and 15 at Walderstown. This is the 13th race that has been run on this circuit, and the event has attracted all the top competitors in motorcycling over the years. This year is no different with the Dunlop Bros, Ryan Farquhar, Derek Sheils, Paul Robinson, Michael Sweeney, Jamie Hamilton, and Alan Kenny to name but a few; Westmeath competitors Derek McGee, Noel Brennan, Damian Horan, and Brendan Flynn; as well as competitors from the 32 counties, England, Scotland, Wales, and the Isle of Man.
A local haulier convicted of driving without insurance whilst serving a three year ban for a similar conviction, was jailed for four months and disqualified from driving for 10 years in the District Court this week (October 27), but walked from court after lodging an immediate appeal.
Athlone community radio is currently producing a series of six programmes called “Heritage on your Doorstep” as part of national heritage week, August 21-29, and will cover such topics as architecture, archaeology, cultural heritage, and local wildlife. Two events being run in conjunction with this are a tour of Athlone town and an exhibition of children’s art, and both events are free of charge.
The Race of the South, Walderstown, Athlone will take place on Saturday and Sunday July 10 and 11.
Chairman of Mullingar Town Council, Cllr Mick Dollard, received a breakdown of capital projects under the control of Westmeath County Council for the current year and proposals for 2009, at the monthly Town Council meeting last week.
A woman who refused to give a breath sample to gardai after a minor traffic accident was disqualified from driving for four years in the District Court last Monday (September 29).
Over €17 million has been allocated to Westmeath County Council by the Department of the Environment for the maintenance and improvement of the county’s roads in 2009.