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Sadness as popular Timahoe man passes away

Tributes have been paid to Timahoe man Dan Lalor who tragically passed away on Monday. Dan was injured after a fall almost two weeks but...

Dairy farmers protest in Portlaoise over milk prices

Dairy farmers took to the streets of Portlaoise today to protest over claims that 'Dunnes Stores and Aldi are undermining the sustainability of fresh...
Students at Dunamase College on their first day in the new school

In pictures: Dunamase College opens its doors for the first time

Dunamase College has opened its doors to students for the very first time this morning. Principle Aoife Elster reckons that it is the first time...

Laois woman is ‘rising’ to the top as she qualifies for the semi-finals of National...

Brown Bread is a stalwart in the Irish diet for centuries. Who doesn’t love brown bread, especially the homemade batch. Whether it is with...

Portlaoise to be sole focus of three-part TV3 documentary series – and they’re looking...

Portlaoise is set to become famous in a TV documentary series following life in and around the town over the next few months. Motive TV,...

WATCH: Mountmellick basketball star to make his Sweet Home Alabama

These are exciting times for 17 year old James Gormley as he jets off to take up his basketball scholarship in Alabama, USA next...

Digging up a storm in Abbeyleix

The award-winning annual kids archaeological dig returned to the Heritage House in Abbeyleix on Thursday 24 August as part of Heritage Week. Over 30 children...

Last chance to enter for Laois Community and Voluntary Awards

Today is the last chance to enter for the Laois County Council’s Community and Voluntary Awards. You have until 5pm today to nominate anyone you...

Laois Heritage Week gets off to a wild start

National Heritage Week got off to a great start this week in Laois, with a great range of events for all ages. The theme for...

In Pictures: Reptiles let loose in Portarlington, Portlaoise and Mountmellick

There were tarantulas, scorpions, lizards and snakes in Portarlington, Portlaoise and Mountmellick yesterday. But there is no need to fear. The reptiles were in Portarlington,...
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