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Athlone Round Table launch annual ball
Athlone Round Table’s 2008 annual charity ball will take place on November 22 at the Radisson, SAS Athlone.
Who will be King of the Castle?
After all the huffing and puffing and belting and skelping 12 teams have finally been whittled down to two to contest the Shay Murtagh Westmeath senior football championship final.
Eleven Westmeath entries for Young Scientist Exhibition
The BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition has broken all records with 1,616 projects entered into the 2009 exhibition, including 11 entries from Westmeath.
FF reveals candidates for Kilbeggan area
Fianna Fail has confirmed the three candidates to contest the Kilbeggan electoral area for June’s local elections.
Killucan turn over the champs
National Development Plan supporting Further economic and social progress in Westmeath
Over the past year, the National Development Plan continued to deliver significant investment in a range of economic and social projects in Co Westmeath. Despite the global financial crisis and the pressure on Ireland’s public finances, further investment was made in training and employment programmes, business supports, education, healthcare, social housing, and the county’s physical infrastructure during 2008.
Westmeath students leading the way in enterprise
Secondary school students from all over Westmeath are gearing up to compete in the Westmeath County Student Enterprise Awards, to take place on Friday March 6 in Golden Island Shopping Centre, Athlone. The winning team will represent Westmeath in the national finals in May.
Focus on inclusion in GAA programmes
Marking the 125th anniversary of the foundation of the GAA, councillors were brought up to speed on the development of Gaelic games in the county by club support officers Eddie Bouabse and James Heffernan at Monday’s meeting.
June opening for new Mullingar library
A new Mullingar Library is to open in June this year, while initiatives whereby young people deliver library books to elderly people are set to spring up around the county.