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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In December 1961 he rode Lady Flame to win the Lough Ennel Plate, a bumper at the now defunct Mullingar racecourse and the race in which Arkle made his debut, finishing third.
The 50-year-old male driver of the jeep suffered minor injuries and was also taken to Mullingar General Hospital.
Daly's book put Mullingar on the Joycean map for which its author received little by way of thanks.
A half-hour's drive from Mullingar is Athlone with its castle dating back to the 13th century in the shadow of which is Sean's Bar, said - like so many others - to be the oldest in Ireland.
We chose Mullingar because of its large skilled workforce and the favorable business climate found in Ireland.
It's hardly surprising that even those closest to the action that day at Mullingar have little clear recollection of the occasion.
Mr Katvickas, and another Lithuanian national, Erikas Zukovas - both Mullingar residents - were accused of being drunk and disorderly at the Golden Lake Chinese Takeaway in Mullingar on Saturday last.
Mr Dunne, who was in his early 20s and from Edenderry in Co Offaly, was taken by ambulance to Mullingar Hospital, where he was later pronounced dead.
Down in Mullingar the pitch is fantastic and we will have no excuses.
GardaI in Mullingar are investigating the accident.
THE DISTRICT COURT AN CHUIRT DUICHE LICENSING (IRELAND) ACT, 1833 SECTION 6 INTOXICATING LIQUOR ACT, 1960 SECTION 29 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATE OF TRANSFER OF A LICENCE District Court Area of Mullingar District No.
A contract for all lots was awarded to Canore Pest Control, Mullingar Bus Park, Mullingar, Co Westmeath on the 12.