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Thursday 7 December 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Mullingar

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OAP behind anti-property tax letter: Apathetic youth leaving it to 'grey brigade'
Billy Cleary, 73, wrote a strong-worded letter opposing the property tax that went viral on Facebook earlier this week and now he wants to escalate the protest.
Man in court for charges of indecent assault at Westmeath school
The charges relate to incidents at St Mary’s CBS in Mullingar almost 30 years ago.
Calling all bachelors, and good lookin' women...
Oh me oh my…
Three men arrested over Westmeath robbery
The three men were due to appear at Mullingar District court this morning.
9 people who know how important Mullingar is
But have probably never been.
Updated: Truck no longer on fire on N4 outside Mullingar
Two appliances from Mulligar fire Station had been in attendance.
IBAL Litter League 2012: Where did your town finish?
Kilkenny has been named Ireland’s most litter-free town by Irish Business Against Litter. Did your town feature highly?
Seven men to appear in court over €4.6m cannabis seizure
Gardaí seized 5,800 cannabis plants in co-ordinated raids around the country yesterday.
Talking points: what we learned from the weekend’s club GAA action
Ballymun Kickhams and Kilcormac-Killoughey were the major victors on an uproarious weekend of Gaelic games.
Ballymun Kickhams v Portlaoise, Leinster Club SFC Final
Thirty years after losing to the same opposition in the final, the north Dublin club win their first ever provincial crown after physically and tactically dominating the Laois side for three-quarters of the game. We had all the action and analysis right here.
Four arrests in garda dissident republicans investigation
The four were arrested outside Tullamore in Co Offally last night as part of an ongoing investigation into dissident republican activity.
Woman killed, child seriously injured in Mullingar crash
Gardaí appealing for witnesses to two-vehicle crash at Ballagh this evening.
Second man dies following Mullingar road crash
A single vehicle crash outside Mullingar on Saturday afternoon has claimed the life of a second person.
Man dies after Mullingar car crash
The single-vehicle accident, on the road between Mullingar and Killucan, occurred at about noon today.
Teenager in court over Mullingar assault
A second man arrested in connection with the incident has been released without charge.
John Joe replaces Joyce on Mullingar's local currency
Nevin’s Olympic success commemorated by having his profile put on tourist notes.
Don't go to the airport today to welcome the Olympians...
… go to the Mansion House on Wednesday instead.
The Evening Fix: Saturday
Things we learned, loved and shared today…
Details of Katie Taylor's Bray homecoming revealed
Live music and a massive fireworks display will greet the golden girl.
In pictures: London 2012, Day 14
Mullingar got a day in the Olympic sun and there were some low-blows in the taekwondo.
Poll: will you attend an Olympics homecoming?
Will you be heading out with your Irish flag to welcome Katie and co home?
Olympics overload? What else is there to do this weekend?
Need a break from the Olympic games this weekend? Here’s what else is going on…
Down v Tipperary, All-Ireland SFC round four qualifier
There was a place in the All-Ireland senior football quarter-finals at stake in Mullingar today as Tipperary and Down went head to head. Here’s how it all unfolded.
Galway, Wexford, Clare and Down prepare for crunch minor hurling clashes
There’s six teams left in the running for this year’s All-Ireland minor hurling title but that will be reduced to four after tomorrow afternoon’s games.
Tipperary v Down - All-Ireland SFC qualifier round four match guide
Tipperary are 70 minutes away from a first ever All-Ireland senior football quarter-final appearance but a Down side overturned in last week’s Ulster final stand in their way.
Hannigan relishing Tipperary football success
The Tipperary midfield has had to bide his time for a run of championship victories but is savouring every moment of the 2012 campaign.
Flynn: "I just thought it was outrageous and with the big decision in the second-half the referee absolutely done Westmeath."
The man in the middle for last Sunday’s All-Ireland SFC qualifier in Mullingar is in the firing line.
GAA throw-in: here's your guide to Sunday's football qualifiers
The focus is on events in Cavan town but there are two other All-Ireland football round two qualifiers as well on tomorrow afternoon.
Kerry boss O'Connor rings the changes for Westmeath tie
Midfielder Bryan Sheehan is one of four new faces to the Kerry team after their provincial championship loss to Cork with the injured Darran O’Sullivan amongst those to make way.
Carlow, Nenagh, Castlebar, and Kilkenny to be among 'active travel towns'
The government has given €4.5 million to nearly a dozen infrastructure projects which will aim to get more people cycling and walking in towns across the country.
Weatherwatch: It’s still raining, but there’s an end in sight
Karl Mehlhorn says a dry patch in the south-west will spread nationwide – but the weekend will still be showery.
Three in court after Garda patrol car ramming incident
The three men were arrested yesterday evening after they failed to stop at a checkpoint.
Man in his 60s killed in two-car Mullingar collision
The man was the only occupant of his car; the driver of the other car and three children were taken to hospital.
Pensioner killed in Mullingar crash
Two others were injured in the collision in the eastbound lane of the N4 last night.
Three charged over fatal assault in Mullingar
20-year-old Andrew Dolan died after he was assaulted on Pearse Street in Mullingar over Christmas.
Renting new bases to replace barracks will save €1million – Shatter
The Minister said leasing separate training facilities in towns whose barracks shut down would cut costs significantly.
Dept of Defence looking for new bases in four towns where barracks closed
The department is seeking to rent military training premises in Cavan, Mullingar, Castlebar and Clonmel – where it already owns barracks buildings.
Government looking for premises... in town where army barracks was closed
Alan Shatter has confirmed his department is advertising to rent another property in Cavan, whose barracks was slated for closure last year.
Two men arrested over €500k Mullingar cannabis haul
The two men were arrested after a search at an industrial unit on the outskirts of Mullingar yesterday afternoon.