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Our Lady’s Bower Athlone Parents Association is holding its 12th annual duck derby fundraising event on Friday May 15 on the River Shannon at 7.30pm.
Councillors were shocked to hear that the preferred cycle route through Athlone which was put to the public in December has come back to them dramatically changed.
The Left Bank area of Athlone could see the addition of a new cycle hub, attracting thousands of tourists annually, if a proposed new cycle route gets the go-ahead.
The driver of the speedboat that crashed into the White Bridge last year when a passenger was seriously injured, and three others hospitalised, was given a trial date in November at the District Court last week (July 24).
Athlone could see its fourth river crossing built since 1989 as part of the new Athlone-Mullingar cycle route.
The driver of the speedboat that crashed into the White Bridge in July where a passenger was seriously injured, was remanded on continuing bail in the District Court this week (February 27) to re-appear on April 24 for a book of evidence.
A protestor who blocked the main Dublin-Galway railway line in the summer of 2011 must now work on a railway in Sweden to raise the €3,000 compensation he was ordered to pay in the District Court this week (December 19).
Our Lady’s Bower is proud to host its sixth annual Duck Derby today, Friday May 13. It promises to be a visual delight as all sponsored ducks are released onto the Shannon at the White Bridge at 7.30pm on Friday evening.
Athlone has noted the passing this week of former mayor, trade unionist and champion of the working man, John “Joxer” Keenehan, who died suddenly on Tuesday at his residence in West Lodge.