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Ukrainian concert in Mullingar this Saturday

A Ukrainian Fundraising Concert is to take place at Mullingar Arts Centre this Saturday, 25 June at 7pm.

Victims to be remembered at Famine Graveyard, Robinstown devotions

The annual devotions at the Famine Graveyard, Robinstown, Mullingar will take place this year on Wednesday of next week, June 29 at 7.30pm and all interested are welcome to attend.

Summer Wedding Feature

💞Love is all around us and couples in love are no doubt thinking about marriage. There’s no better time to plan a wedding than for the summer months. No matter how changeable the weather may be, you can be sure it’s always going to be warmer and that in itself is a plus, especially when it comes to choosing fashion.

A spacious property in Kinnegad awaits you …

This spacious semi-detached residence has come to the market this week, offering value for money and a perfectly located family home in a small estate in the lovely town of Kinnegad. Situated beside the Eurospar supermarket and just a few minutes walk from Tesco and Aldi in Kinnegad, this 110 m² property comes with an attractive C1 energy rating. 

Big-hearted Ballynacargy woman to help Cara Phort

A generous Ballyncargy woman has decided that rather than worry about losing her hair to chemotherapy, a pros­pect that any woman would find devastating, she will be using the situation to help a lady who is currently out of work with a brain injury.

Mullingar Shamrocks GAA clubhouse bar re-opens after 10 years of closed doors

Mullingar Shamrocks GAA club will have an official re-opening of its clubhouse bar which closed its doors over a decade ago.

Cllr Hazel Smyth is new District Mayor

Green Party councillor Hazel Smyth took up her role as Mayor of the Mullingar/Kinnegad Municipal District on Monday with all the councillors taking the opportunity to wish the Killucan woman the very best in her new role.

Westmeath student part of breakthroughs in cancer care treatments

Siobhan Lynam from Ballymore and four other students from different parts of Ireland will spend the summer researching increased understanding and possible new treatments for cancer patients in Ireland.

Kinnegad bids fond farewell to Matt, but will never forget him

Wednesday next, June 29, is the day that all the young girls and boys from St Etchen’s National School are looking forward to because that is the day that they all break up for the long summer holidays.

Rally in Mullingar asks people to question whether they are really being told the truth

An assembly took place last Saturday, June 18 on the Castlepollard Road in order to “get the truth out there,” a local woman, Jen Masterson of Hold the Line Mullingar said.