We are kick starting 2019 with plenty of stories as Portlaoise GAA celebrated their way into the new year, new jobs were announced in Laois and the search for the next Laois Rose got under way.
There were plenty of feel good stories but with the good comes the bad and the littering and criticism of a Portarlington school have made the list.
If the first few days are anything to go by, 2019 will be a busy year.
It’s great news to start the new year as there are Jobs on the way to Laois as multi-national company announces new store.
Labour Party representative, Eoin Barry Calls to enforce sanctions to tackle illegal dumping in Laois
The search is on in Laois for the 2019 Rose of Tralee with a few rule changes on the cards this year.
Cllr hits out at ‘deplorable conditions in Portarlington secondary school and are unhappy with the problem of overcrowding.
Kicking off the New Year In Pictures: Portlaoise GAA celebrate remarkable 2018 with New Year’s Eve Dinner Dance
Laois LGFA club to host Australian ladies team next week as part of the Wanderers’ European tour.
WE ARE LAOIS
We name our 19 Laois people to watch out for in 2019
OUT AND ABOUT
In Pictures: Huge turnout at New Year’s Day walk in Timahoe in support of the Irish Wheelchair Association and the Fatima Invalid Fund.
In Pictures: Ballacolla New Year’s Day Walk and Vintage Run a huge success in support of The Hawthorn Community Center, Aghaboe Senior Citzens and Ballacolla NS.