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Nurses strike continues 

Laois nurses and midwives went on strike twice this week, both on Tuesday and Thursday

Laois could go green for St Patrick’s Day

The county could go green for the national holiday if Laois County Council embrace a proposal put forward by Cllr Mary Sweeney.

Ministers visit Laois 

Three Ministers visited Laois on Wednesday to launch new Regional Enterprise plan

Major jobs boost announced in Portlaoise

Supermac’s owner Pat McDonagh announced a major jobs boost at a Laois event

Our roads need it

€250,000 was awarded for local access roads in Laois this week


Laois soccer goalkeeper signs for League of Ireland side

21-year-old Joseph Walshe from The Heath has signed for Wexford Youths 

St Fergal’s camogie

Laois athletics enjoys the spoils in Dundalk

Laois athletes enjoyed great success at All-Irelands in Dundalk

Laois footballers against Sligo



We turned 2!

As LaoisToday celebrated its second birthday we looked back on the stories we had on site this day two years ago

LaoisToday podcast

It’s our fourth Podcast of 2019 and it’s a big one

Moment in Time

Durrow fire brigade paid tribute to much-loved fireman Tom Flynn in 2004

Midlands Prison documentary 

Twitter users had strong opinions on the much-watched Virgin Media One documentary


Father Paddy remembers much-loved Father John 

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Siún Lennon joined LaoisToday in a full-time capacity after studying Journalism and New Media in the University of Limerick. She hails from Rosenallis and her interests vary from news, sports and politics.