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The future is here - Mullingar robot firm wins top award

Robotic & Drive Services Ltd, of Forest Park, Mullingar are the worthy winners of this year’s Westmeath Enterprise Board (WEB) firm of the year.

The future is here - Mullingar robot firm wins top award

Robotic & Drive Services Ltd, of Forest Park, Mullingar are the worthy winners of this year’s Westmeath Enterprise Board (WEB) firm of the year.

Fire ravages Moate’s Roseland House

Garda forensic teams are working to establish the cause of a fire that destroyed a property in Moate, which housed six businesses including the recording studio of musician Tony Allen.

Fire ravages Moate’s Roseland House

Garda forensic teams are working to establish the cause of a fire that destroyed a property in Moate, which housed six businesses including the recording studio of musician Tony Allen.

Fire ravages Moate’s Roseland House

Garda forensic teams are working to establish the cause of a fire that destroyed a property in Moate, which housed six businesses including the recording studio of musician Tony Allen.

Fire ravages Moate’s Roseland House

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Garda forensic teams are working to establish the cause of a fire that destroyed a property in Moate, which housed six businesses including the recording studio of musician Tony Allen.

Mayo solicitor on tax defaulters list

A Ballinrobe solicitor and his firm are listed on the Revenue tax defaulters list which was published on Tuesday.

It’s a bit cold out there

It’s a bit cold out if you haven’t noticed. While we here in the west have been slipping and sliding our way around the county since the Christmas it seems those in government have finally noticed we may be having a bit of a problem. A snow storm in the Dublin area brought the capital to a standstill on Wednesday evening, with traffic backed up all around the city. So lo and behold, yesterday morning RTÉ reported on its website that a Government emergency response committee was meeting in Dublin to discuss the problems caused by the cold snap. So once again it took something to happen in the capital for the departments of transport, environment, health, education, and the Taoiseach to get together and have a chat about what’s going on around the country.

Westport drops rates by two and a half per cent

Westport Town Council has struck a rate of 64.84, which makes it the lowest rate multiplier in the county. This rate was agreed at a budget meeting on Thursday night where councillors proposed a 2.5 per cent reduction on rates in the town. This, according to the Cathaoirleach of the town, Councillor Myles Staunton, sends out the message that “Westport is open for business”.

 

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