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In this week's Westmeath Independent

Wednesday, 2nd April, 2014 12:30pm
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In this week's Westmeath Independent
In this week's Westmeath Independent

This week’s edition is now on the shelves and is packed with 96 pages of the best local news and sports coverage.

Our stories and features include:

* Man charged with having over 800 child porn images

* Elderly woman disturbs intruder at her home in Moate

* Jay Boland moves a step closer to a record deal

* Approval granted for €4m crematorium in Ballinasloe

* Boat debris found as Lough Ree search continues for missing angler

* Moate woman speaks about her private meeting with the Queen at Buckingham Palace

* 7 pages of reports and photos on the passing of Athlone TD Nicky McFadden

* A special feature on 50 years of An Grianan NS, Mount Temple

* X-Factor singer Mary Byrne is interviewed in our 'Inquisition' feature

* PHOTOS: RNLI lifeboat fundraiser; Rosemount Drama Group's 'Tom, Dick and Harry'; the wedding of Anne Ledwith and Brian St John; social pics from the Prince Bar and the Piano Bar; and the Athlone visit of ex-Spurs ace Ledley King

* Read Shane Curran's exclusive column in which he gives his view on the GAA's potential deal with Sky Sports

* Garrycastle's Paddy Mulvihill set for transfer to St Brigid's

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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