This week’s 44-page edition of the Westmeath Independent is now on the shelves and is packed with the best in local news, sport and photography.
Featured stories include:
*Golden Island centre listed as flood risk area
*Christmas traffic gridlock fears as water mains work delayed
*Deported Nigerian women recall their Athlone lives
*Three pages of first days in school pictures
*Graduation dance pictures from the Marist College, St Aloysius and Moate CS
*Westmeath football championship confusion
*Brave Rossies fall just short in minor semi-final. Report and reaction
*Athlone man looks forward to UN mission on Syrian border
All this and much more can be found in this week’s paper, which is available in local outlets and can also be accessed in the ePaper format (for more on this option, see: http://www.westmeathindependent.ie/epaper#undefined) -
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