Mullingar


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Mullingar

a town in N central Republic of Ireland, the county town of Co. Westmeath; site of cathedral; cattle raised. Pop.: 15 621 (2002)
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TEG Cusack Park in Westmeath will also undergo an inspection to determine if it is capable of hosting two games with the All-Ireland club JFC semi-final between Knocknagree and Naomh Colmcille also set for Mullingar today.
Ensuring a decent standard of living for workers is essential JOAN BURTON AT MULLINGAR, CO WESTMEATH
Ronaldson, who was 86, died peacefully in the Midland Regional Hospital in Mullingar.
Joyce drew on his knowledge of Mullingar in his work.
The motorist before him was Imre Saartok, 29, Ushnagh Court, Mullingar.
Ireland has never been so accessible and the heartland around Mullingar in County Westmeath is an exciting alternative to the bright lights and sometimes overbearing pace of Dublin.
This is great news for the economy of Mullingar as we believe Oakley's presence should bring myriad benefits to the entire region," said Mary Harney, Ireland's Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment.
Their bodies were taken to Mullingar General Hospital for a postmortem.
Nobody told the good people of Aldershot that the Beatles were in town, and racegoers at Mullingar could scarcely have imagined that Arkle would inspire a passion among his fans that would be the sporting equivalent of Beatlemania in Ireland.
A DRUNKEN Lithuanian national who felt he had the ultimate answer to all JFK conspiracy theories was hit with a EUR500 fine at Mullingar District Court last week.
The Mullingar facility has state of the art technology and operates in a paperless environment which has been widely recognized for its superior systems.
Tenders are invited for westmeath county council are seeking a fee proposal for structural/civil engineering services on a 38 house scheme in ennell court, mullingar, co.