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Just 24 hours after Westmeath’s chief fire officer outlined a plan to streamline fire services in the county, councillors hit out, fearing job losses and a risk to health and safety.
Archaeologists, history buffs, trad musicians, bon viveurs, and imbibers of all shapes and requirements can breathe a big sigh of relief this week (March 5) with the news that the oldest pub in the world - Sean’s Bar on Main Street - has been given back its licence to trade.
A caravan park that was told it was in breach of fire regulations nearly five years ago saw three of its properties burn to the ground in an accidental fire last Sunday (May 27).
Judge David Anderson has once again refused to deal with the failure of a developer to comply with building regulations at a Mullingar housing estate.
More than 50 patients and members of staff had to be evacuated from St Luke’s General Hospital in Kilkenny last week after a gas leak was detected near one of the buildings.
A hard-hitting road safety message will be delivered to some 1,000 teenagers at the Royal Theatre in Castlebar on February 3 when they view the award-winning Roadsafe Roadshow. The event has been organised in conjunction with the Mayo County Council, An Garda Síochána, and the local emergency services. It depicts graphically how a night out ended in tragedy and permanent disability for one Roadshow participant.
Revellers across Athlone were left holding their breath this week (September 23) when the re-issuing of a number of pub licences was postponed for a few hours at the annual licencing court.
A Moate couple who appealed against a neighbouring pub’s application for a dance licence because they felt their privacy and peace was impinged upon, were assured some compromises in court this week (November 25).