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Wednesday, 11th December, 2013 1:09pm
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In this week's Westmeath Independent
In this week's Westmeath Independent

This week's Westmeath Independent is out now and is packed with 96 pages of the best local news, sport and photography. 

Featured stories include:

* No threat to 600 jobs as Athlone Towncentre enters receivership

* Rape accused faces fifth charge

* Mullingar GAA player in court over alleged assault on Moate player 

* Local M&S staff heartened by public support during strike action

* Suicide support charity plans Athlone centre

* Fears of Christmas ATM outages in Moate

* Court hears of brutal assault on Athlone train station worker

* Local female boxer conquers world champion

* Endurance athlete Mark Pollock inspires Athlone audience

* Westmeath Independent Sports Awards launched

* Ex-boss Roddy Collins to launch book on Athlone Town's season

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, click on 'ePaper' at the top of this page).

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