Eircodes Are Another Barrier For Thieves

The Junior Rural Affairs Minister says putting an Eircode on equipment is another barrier for criminals to overcome. The Property Marking Ireland programme is being … Read More

No Action Against Tech Companies Despite Complaints

No action has been taken against tech companies in Ireland despite 2,000 complaints being made in the last year. Ireland is the designated lead regulator … Read More

‘Irish Water Won’t Answer In Meetings’

A Westmeath Councillor says they get no answers from meetings with Irish Water. Its been claimed the local authority would deal with issues quicker. In … Read More

ICSA President Steps Down

The former head of the Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers Association will now focus more on Europe. Patrick Kent stepped down last night as President … Read More

‘Election Posters Vital For Democracy’

A PR expert says local election posters are a vital part of democracy. From today, candidates running in next month’s local and European elections are … Read More

Offaly Convent Closing It’s Doors After 200 Years

An Offaly convent will be closing it’s doors next August after more than 200 years. Seven nuns live in the Presentation Convent in Killina, one … Read More

Mullingar Hospital At Full Capacity

Mullingar Hospital is warning it’s at maximum capacity. According to today’s INMO figures 27 people had been on trolleys in the facility. The Westmeath centre … Read More

Lawnmower Stolen In Laois

Gardaí in Laois are appealing for information to the burglary of a ride-on lawnmower. The incident happened at around 11.30pm last night in the Morette … Read More

‘Irish Mammies Aren’t Passing Down Cooking Skills’

A new study has found Irish mammies aren’t passing down cooking skills to their kids. The research supported by Safefood says the mother has been … Read More

Enforcing Law Will Stop Learner Drivers – Troy

Fianna Fáil’s Transport spokesperson doesn’t believe increasing the cost of a learners permit will deter motorists exploiting a loophole – but enforcement will. Over 120,000 … Read More

Funding Needed To Fight ATM Robberies – Analyst

A Westmeath security analyst believes the Justice Department needs to provide funding to help the Gardaí stop a state of ATM burglaries on both sides … Read More

IFA Representing Farmers Trying To Pay Loans

The IFA say they are not representing farmers that may have not kept up their loan repayments at a protest. Members will hold a demonstration … Read More

Sahara Dust Falls Overnight In The Midlands

Motorists around the Midlands woke up this morning to a covering of Saharan dust on their cars. Strong winds in Northern Africa whips up particles … Read More

Offaly Actor Lands Netflix Job

A Tullamore actor has landed a gig on a new Netflix series. Sam Keeley, who was in RTE’s restaurant drama RAW has been cast in … Read More

‘Nationals At Bigger Risk’ As Offaly Papers To Be Sold

The editor of an Offaly newspaper believes nationals are at a greater risk of becoming redundant than locals. Member of the UK’s House of Lord, … Read More

Westmeath Has High Proportion Of Dissidents On Facebook

The family of Lyra McKee says she was a “gentle innocent soul” who wouldn’t wish ill on anyone. In a statement, they say Lyra would’ve … Read More

‘Level Of Pension Take Up Worse Than CSO Stats Indicate’

A Midlands Financial Broker believes today’s pension stats from the CSO are even more damning than they appear. The figures show nearly half of workers … Read More

Teachers Calling For Sick Leave After Miscarriages

Primary school teachers are calling for leave to be available if they suffer a miscarriage. The INTO’s annual congress want a review of the current … Read More

‘HIV Rates As High As They Were During 90s Epidemic’

A Sexual Health Consultant in Portlaoise Hospital is warning HIV rates are as high as they were during the original epidemic in the 90s. Taoiseach … Read More

Chasing Abbey Hoping To Release Album In The Next Year

Chasing Abbey are hopeful they’ll release their first album this time next year. The hip-hop group, from Tullamore Co. Offaly, released their debut EP ‘The … Read More

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