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Looking Back: Who fears to speak of ’86?

It will never be forgotten. No matter what happens on Saturday evening, no matter what way this year plays out for Laois or what...

Moment in Time: Dove House Fete in Abbeyleix 2008

Today we're reeling back the years to 2008 when Alf Harvey captured the events taking place at the Dove House Fete in Abbeyleix. These brilliant...

Moment in Time: Arles NS in the year 2000

Way back in the year 2000, photographer Alf Harvey visited almost every primary school in the couty for regular feature for oneof the local...

Moment in Time: 16 years since Helen Gee officially launched G’s Jams

G's Gourmet Jams is one of Laois's real success stories. Owned by Helen Gee, who makes the jam on her own Abbey Farm near Abbeyleix,...

Moment in Time: Scoil Chriost Ri awards in 2001

The school year is coming to an end - which generally means exams, awards and graduations. And it's been like that forever. Before teenage students...

Moment in Time: Cumann na mBunscol hurling and camogie finals in the year 2000

This Thursday and Friday sees the 2017 Laois Cumann na mBunscol finals take place in O'Moore Park. For many young players it's their first time...

Moment in Time: A 2000 champagne party in ‘The Kitchen’ in Portlaoise

Another week, another batch of brilliant photos from Alf Harvey's archives. This time it's a champagne party in 'The Kitchen' in Portlaoise owned by Jim...

Moment in Time: Brigidine in Mountrath bi-centenary celebrations in 2009

We delve into our archives again this week where we've unearthed some brilliant pictures from 2009. That year marked the 200th anniversary of the Brigidine...

Moment in Time: Portlaoise students produce ‘Oliver’ in 2008

Alf Harvey's archives are the gift that keeps on giving. This time we go back to 2008 when the students of Scoil Bhride in Portlaoise...

Moment in Time: Crettyard GAA open new facilities in April 2000

Pitch openings and the like were all the rage at one stage in the GAA. A club would open their new pitch or a stand...
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