Mullingar


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Mullingar

(ˌmʌlɪnˈɡɑː)
n
(Placename) 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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There are currently only six units in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Mullingar, Letterkenny and Waterford.
It's easy to laugh at the stubborn grudges and silly superstitions that threaten a long-game love match in "Outside Mullingar." Yet this 2014 romantic comedy by John Patrick Shanley ("Moonstruck," "Doubt") doesn't pull dramatic punches when it comes to long-standing battles between neighbors, aging parents and their grown children.
Speaking at the party's annual conference in Mullingar, Co Westmeath, yesterday the Tanaiste made a series of promises in her bid to return to power, starting with phasing out the USC.
THE funeral service for former amateur rider and trainer Cecil Ronaldson takes place at 11.30am today in All Saints Church, Mullingar, County Westmeath.
He described himself as a 'handyman of letters,' as distinct from any class of specialist, and was the author of James Joyce and the Mullingar Connection.
At Mullingar District Court, he convicted an Estonian motorist who crashed his car while over the limit at the Lynn Industrial Estate in Mullingar.
Mullingar is at the heart of the IRISH Midlands, a destination studded with gorgeous lakes, golf courses and historic sites.
The 40-year-old took a taxi to the Midlands Regional Hospital in Mullingar, Co Westmeath, complaining of chest pains on Saturday.
BTE masterfully balances light, dark in Irish rom-com 'Outside Mullingar'
It is understood one of the victims in the accident at Portnashangan, just outside of Mullingar, Co Westmeath, was the child's mother.
THE Irish sprint Classic concluded last Sunday night with Shoemakers Lad winning the Bar One Irish Sprint Cup and tomorrow night another valuable Irish two-bend competition, the Mullingar Agri Store Fair Warrior Sprint, will commence at Mullingar.
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.