From dangerous goals to ‘OsKaR’ nights, we take a look back at the top 10 most read stories from the past week.
The King goal that not only dumped Camross out of this years hurling championship, but also stopped their bid for three in-a-row.
17-year-old Ballybrittas teenager Ryan Burke hit our screens on Monday night with new Virgin Media drama ‘Darklands’.
‘Parklane Interiors’, owned by Mary Slevin and Cathy Rogers, was the victim of a burglary several nights ago. Anyone with information on the incident is urged to come forward.
Looking back at old photos will never get tiring it appears, as our ‘Moment in time’ this week was a big hit.
Come October 27, we’ll get to see another Laois family take on the challenge that is Ireland’s Fittest Family in the bid for the €15,000 prize.
The Tullamore Court Hotel was packed with citizens of Mountrath as ‘OsKaRs’ were dished out for a number of categories.
PJ Scully helped massively by scoring a massive 18 points in order to help his team secure their place in the county hurling final against Rathdowney-Errill
Fixtures for next years football championship were released during the week as it’s revealed Laois will play against the winners of Longford v Louth in their first match.
Many are left in both shock and disbelief as the tragic news of Kevin Culleton’s death becomes known.
Laois lads Liam Hyland, Luke Rigney and Keith Kavanagh all competed in the Energia All Ireland rugby league.