Midlands News from Thursday, October 10th, 2019
Bus Éireann Investigating Employee Using Mobile Phone While Driving
The company says it's treating the matter seriously.
Moving Garda Division HQ To Mullingar Is "Wrong"
The new Meath/Westmeath division is going to be one of the first to be set up.
Midlands Has Half The Required Mental Health Rehabilitation Services
A new report shows people are "trapped" in inpatient units.
Gardaí Appeal For Witness To Fatal Road Crash In Offaly
The cyclist passed away yesterday.
Westmeath Woman In With A Chance To Win €1,000 On The Catwalk
Linda Fitzpatrick will be channelling her inner Naomi Campbell at the Unislim Awards.
Green Party Want Car Pooling App For Rural Communities
Mullingar's Councillor Hazel Smyth is in favour of the idea.
World Mental Health Day Marked In The Midlands
This year's focus is on suicide prevention.
Offaly Councillor Shocked At Discovery of Suspected Pipe Bombs
The Army Bomb Disposal Team was called to the scene last night.
Rural Development Minister Dismisses Suggestions That New Tax Is A Surcharge On Rural Counties
Michael Ring has been defending the new measures in Budget 2020.
Justice Minister Wants Action On Inflated Injury Claims In New Year
The Laois TD expects a judicial council to tackle the issue which is linked to increased premiums for businesses.
HSE Comparing Apples And Oranges In New Report Which Highlights Portlaoise Hospital
The 12% Drop In Number Of Emergency Patients In Portlaoise Is Largest In Ireland
Westmeath Councillor Thinks Temporary Treatment Plant Could Solve Water Issues
It's thought an entirely new facility could take three years to complete.