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Cedar Restaurant at the Athlone Springs Hotel in Monksland, a few minutes drive from the centre of Athlone, is a striking impressive space on arrival, with purple-rich curtains cascading down from a high ceiling a level above, over impressive glass windows that particularly capture the morning sun if you happen to be arriving for breakfast. Cream, maroon, and purple upholstery add to the Provencal colour scheme, along with a fetching light purple blind dividing part of the room that captures how you’d imagine the cornfields of Elysium. A baby piano by one of the windows adds an extra layer of sophistication.
Where? 48 St Francis Terrace, Athlone, Co Westmeath
Inniu Kung Fu restaurant is an exciting new restaurant serving healthy Chinese-style fusion cuisine to the Midlands.
A man in custody since August 12 for breaching bail conditions, collapsed dramatically in the dock and had to be carried by gardai from the courtroom in Mullingar on Monday (August 23) after being told he would have to stay behind bars for at least another week.
A man who was stopped twice in two months for drink driving, who tore up a golf club in a stolen buggy, and did likewise to the relevant pages from the notebook of the garda who arrested him for the drink driving, had an 11-month jail sentence reduced to 160 hours community service in the District Court this week (March 24).
According to Joe Naughton, of ERA Oates, “There’s a now greater sense that the market has bottomed-out”. He added “unlike many locations Athlone has surprisingly very little stock of new homes which makes the town a much more solid investment, providing the price is right”.
A file is being prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions (DDP) after a drugs bust uncovered €20,000 worth of cannabis plants in the centre of Athlone town recently.
The Athlone Institute of Technology Students Union has condemned sensational reports which appeared in the national media this week in the wake of the assault of a second year student on Monday night.
Gardai in Athlone have confirmed that no evidence pertaining to the attacks on women in Athlone has gone missing, contrary to reports that appeared in the national media this week.
Sangoma Therapies and Training is a natural medicine clinic and registered training college in the centre of Athlone. Having recently relocated to Scotch Parade (above Behans Fruit and Veg), Sangoma’s owner, Nicola Ryan, is a well known figure in the natural and complementary health sector in Athlone and in Ireland, with extensive experience managing clinics and lecturing both locally and in Dublin, UK, and USA.