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Constitution Day, April 18, 1949

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On that day 65 years ago, the Government declared Ireland to be a Republic. This did not help Anglo-Irish relations at the time, and it also upset deValera and his Fianna Fáil colleagues, but it was the cause of public celebrations around the country.

Loose horses causing great unrest in Brawny - O’Rourke

This week Fianna Fáil councillor Aengus O’Rourke is calling on the town council to repair the damaged perimeter fence around the Lissywollen housing estate, Brawny.

Database of Athlone homes needed to prevent dumping

The chairman of the Athlone Area committee is calling for greater action to be taken to deal with illegal dumping while protecting those who do follow the law.

Luan Gallery wins a second award

Athlone’s art gallery - the Luan - has won a coveted Civic Trust award at a ceremony at the iconic Winter Garden in Blackpool, England.

Well-known Athlone landmark to be moved again

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One of Athlone’s most viewed pieces of public art is to be relocated to a more prominent position, it was revealed this week.

Radical tourism initiative plans to make Athlone the new Westport

A radical initiative is underway to boost tourism, increase revenues, and enhance community spirit to make Athlone as successful a destination as Westport, Co Mayo.

New Arts and Tourism Board on track

Athlone’s town councillors have agreed the legal framework for the management of the new Athlone Arts and Tourism Board just hours after they received the paperwork.

Flood fears recede in Athlone as south takes brunt of latest storms

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Fears for a repeat of the devastating floods of late 2009 receded this week after the south of the country took the brunt of the bad weather thus taking the pressure off Athlone.

Councillor slams new board for excluding experts of the arts

An Athlone town councillor insists that she will fight to ensure non-council representatives are appointed to the board of the town’s new arts and tourism body.

New cycle route could see tourism boost for Left Bank

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.

 

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