There were a few quite frankly, brilliant Tweets about Ireland progressing towards World Cup qualification.
Give McClean a knighthood and get Duffy a Panadol #Ireland
— James Mullaney (@mullaneyjames) October 9, 2017
It’s not a bad country that we have , 40000 of us able to feck off to wales for a ⚽️ match on a Monday #boomisback
— Gary Walsh ? (@GaryWalshLaois) October 9, 2017
James your true Irish Legend #COYBIG pic.twitter.com/uPVVgOUAHG
— fr paddy (@frpaddybyrne) October 9, 2017
Daniel Connolly was appealing to the minds of many sixth year students
Shite load of homework every night, class tests to study for , exams to study for … I honestly don’t think the human body can do this ????
— Daniel Connolly (@canieldonnolly) October 9, 2017
And there were some great Tweets for World Mental Health Day and Mental Health Awareness week.
You don’t know anyone’s story, demons or mind. Don’t presume, don’t ignore. Talk,care & love. We all matter #worldmentalheathday
— Aedín Dunne (@AedinDeee) October 10, 2017
Eye opening, inspiring and hilarious talk from @nbrez this evening @UL ? Off to practice some mindfulness in the cinema now ?@lustforlife pic.twitter.com/6iGw65nKvQ
— Leigh Bergin (@LeighB96) October 11, 2017
Hashtags don’t save lives, but hopefully they make people feel like they are not alone ? #WorldMentalHealthDay17 pic.twitter.com/O7sBGVbzcS
— Claudia Keane (@StingsPen) October 10, 2017
There was plenty of reaction to the announcement that Laois footballers are heading to London for the 2018 National Football League.
There was high praise coming in for a new bakery in Abbeyleix…
And there was shock and disbelief that a knife was produced during a row at a Portlaoise girls school
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