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Input sought on Westmeath 1916 centenary celebrations


Council gears up for septic tank registration deadline

The role of Westmeath County Council in the inspection of septic tanks “has yet to be clarified”, according to a council official; however he is satisfied the rules as laid down by the Department of the Environment on this are sufficient.

Parade of Olympians planned for Mullingar

Westmeath County Council has confirmed it is to host a triumphal homecoming for both Mullingar Olympians - John Joe Nevin and Joseph Murphy - on Monday evening (August 13).

Burke is new first citizen

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Councillor Peter Burke has become the latest cathaoirleach of the Mullingar Town Council, and assumed the position at a very speedy annual meeting in the Market House in Mullingar on Tuesday evening (June 28).

Cuddy calls for public toilets to be opened at Rinville Park

The toilets at Rinville Park in Oranmore must remain open during the summer months as many families are using the park with the onset of the fine weather.

Time to rip it up and start again

It’s time to rip it up and start again, nothing else will do for the Ireland we currently find ourselves in. Politically, institutionally, and economically, staying wedded to our current ideologies is no longer an option. They have proven to be either failures or past their sell-by date.

Water crisis should force Galway to have a re-think

The lead drinking water crisis is the city’s second such crisis in a year. While we are told it is confined to specific areas, it is still a cause for concern because it has even more serious implications for public health than cryptosporidium.

Trouble in the Red Camp

As the Local Elections 2009 get underway, the cracks are beginning to show. Despite ambiguous smiles and friendly banter, the Labour camp is falling apart at the seams. Old Labour is dead and gone; it's with Seamy on New Street.

Woman cleared in drugs kiss case

The case against a 27 year-old mother of three accused of passing drugs onto a man by kissing him was this week dismissed.

Brown bins on the long finger

The first step towards a third bin per household was taken by the County Council this week (February 23) when it presented a new set of bye-laws on waste management for public perusal.

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