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Funding for the library, 12 hour work-out marathon and the county finals- It’s Our Top Stories

Our top stories this week looked at everything from the funding for the new library to an attempted burglary.

Of course there was a huge emphasis on all things county final, as our reporters took trips to the primary schools and saw the excitement for the weekend’s matches.

Check out our top stories.


Minister Flanagan announces further funding for new library, a controversial story this week.

Prominent Laois couple share their secret on how they stayed married for half a century, a story that would bring a tear to your eye.

Unacceptable waiting times for mental health appointments in Laois ,simply not good enough.

Attempted burglary stopped in the nick of time by local efforts, a big story this week.

12-hour work-out marathon planned to raise funds for ill little Ballyroan girl, a fantastic cause.

 Laois woman cycles 500km for suicide and mental health awareness, what an amazing feat.


Great excitement as Local shop releases County Final song for Rathdowney-Errill.

Here is the 2018 LaoisToday Intermediate football Team of the Year – eagerly anticipated.

Exactly how much each GAA club in Laois will get from JP McManus was revealed this week.

Camross NS blow the roof off with County Final song, well worth a watch!


From €129,000 to €260,000 – seven homes around Laois currently for sale, a good read for those in the market for a house.


Black Tie event in Abbeyleix in 2004 was a lovely moment in time.

SEE ALSO – Clubs facing big injury problems ahead of county finals

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Sarah Cullen is a Journalism and New Media graduate from the University of Limerick. A Portlaoise native, she is happiest when tweeting and talking about dogs.