Midlands News from Friday, September 23rd, 2022
Energy, Childcare and Housing Top Sinn Féin's Alternative Budget
The opposition party outlined their Budget 2023 proposals this afternoon.
Pop-Up Covid Vaccination Centre Returning To Offaly
The clinic will be open to those aged over 12 this weekend.
Paid Leave For Domestic Violence Suggested By Government
If approved, Ireland will become one on the first countries in Europe to introduce such a measure.
Five Key Steps To Follow On World Lung Day 2022
Those suffering from long covid in particular are advised to take care.
Rent Caps And End To College Fees Top Of The Priority List For Students
The USI has made the calls ahead of a massive cost of living march tomorrow.
World Ploughing Championships Brings Fun, Frolics And Farmers To Ratheniska
A selection of the interviews, photos and videos recorded at this year's event.
Insurance Costs Forces Midlands Equestrian Centre To Cancel Hunt Events
The centre was recently quoted €20,000 in insurance premiums.
Man Arrested For Damaging A Church In Offaly
The incident occurred yesterday afternoon.
Younger Brother Of 1916 Revolutionary To Be Honoured In The Midlands
The Joseph MacDonagh Centenary Weekend is taking place in his native Cloughjordan.
Culture Night Sweeps Across The Midlands With 70 Events Lined-Up
There's lots to do and see around the midlands tonight!
Calls For An Off-Leash Dog Park In Athlone
Westmeath County Council said it would consider the proposal.
Overnight Hospital Charges Abolished For Under 16s
It's being welcomed by a midland TD who says people often avoided visiting hospital because of the charge.