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New Year, new paper!

Tuesday, 31st December, 2013 12:42pm
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New Year, new paper!

The first Westmeath Independent of 2014 is out today!

Get your packed 72-page paper in local outlets today (Wednesday) to usher in the New Year and catch up on all the local news and sport from post-Christmas period, and review the year just past.

Some of the stories in this week's edition include:

- Read about an Athlone woman who performed with her singing hero Mary Black at a recent local concert.

- A High Court date has been set for a case by locals bidding to block two windfarms in South Roscommon.

- Moving tributes paid to young Athlone mother who passed away suddenly before Christmas.

- Westmeath County Council had been warned about the dangers of a tree that killed Ballymore's Aisling Maguire as far back as three years ago, it's been claimed.


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