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Keeping it in the Family: Cleary Electrical … keeping the spark in Mullingar for over 16 years

Clearly Electrical pride themselves in going the extra mile for their loyal customers and Jimmy and his brother Eddie Cleary are very appreciative of the support through the years.

The 16th Man: After all the house parties it’s time for some games don’t you think?

You know, I often heard it in the past but thought I was hearing things. And I was making allowances for some kind of confusion on the part of NPHET (National Public Health Emergency team).

Shortage of referees will place fixtures programme in jeopardy

Covid restrictions are nearing an end and a return to GAA activity is imminent, but for Westmeath GAA, planning a busy schedule of games this summer might well prove difficult for a different reason.

Paddy Flanagan: The late Ned Flynn – a legend and a loss!

“I love the GAA, I love the hurling and football games and I love the local community here in Castlepollard.”

Resident hurt after Cathedral View floor collapses

A resident from Cathedral View, Mullingar was injured  on Tuesday afternoon of this week, 20 April, when he fell through the floor of his Council-owned home on Tuesday afternoon.

Joy for Darragh going for a spin with Inland Bikers!

Lynn Heights in Mullingar was filled with the roar of motorbikes on Sunday morning last and also with joy on a youthful face, as members of the local Inland Bikers club along with other motorcyclists from the Freewheelers biker club rocked up.

Hard decisions to be made about litter louts

Elected members of Westmeath County Council, fully aware of how much it is costing annually  to deal with littering abuse and  attendant problems, and intent on gaining a firm grip on the problem, are pushing for bigger fines and “naming and shaming” of those who are found littering.

GreenAer Mullingar plans to expand to meet growing demand for e-bikes

GreenAer, the Irish owned e-bike retailer that currently operates three stores in Mullingar, Dublin and Cork, has announced significant expansion plans through its network of stores.

Graham Norton teams up with Mullingar writer

Get your tickets early for this one and book the armchair for the evening, as local Mullingar writer Anne Griffin chats all things books with Graham Norton.

Bernard Corrigan – A life fully lived

Donal Corrigan spoke to Topic this week about his recently deceased brother Bernard and talked about his elder sibling’s great love of sport, his long career in the retail industry and his time in England and Dublin.