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Croft Alley owner Gale Watchorne on setting up in Laois, naming her business and...

In October 2019 Croft Alley appeared on the streetscape of Portlaoise. Little did owner Gale Watchorne know that less than six months later she would...

Lovely To Meet Me: The blogger, vlogger and Creators.ie manager on life in Laois...

Rachael Taylor-Fawsitt is the Laois lady behind the Lovely To Meet Me travel and lifestyle blog. She also works for Independent News and Media as...

Elise Abbie: From Laois to Sweden – a debut single and a worthy cause

Elise Abbie - that name may not sound all that familiar to you now but for more than one good reason that might change...

Patrick Ryan: Laois native and Firehouse Bakery on the rise

Laois native Patrick Ryan is owner of Firehouse Bakery and bread school based in Wicklow. Having initially set up a bread school on Heir Island...

Pamper The Camper: The festival industry, impact of covid-19, pushing through and making memories

Summer and festivals go hand in hand. The music, the friends, the atmosphere, the holiday vibe, the feeling of escapism from the norm for...

Makeup Artist Ruth Bergin on finding her passion, meeting a hero and silver linings

Makeup artistry is just that - an art - and Abbeyleix native Ruth Bergin has put her background in fine art to great use...

Laois author Helen Cullen on early influences, a big breakthrough and her favourite words

We love nothing more than a success story here in the LaoisToday office. Portlaoise native and author Helen Cullen is just that. Helen's debut novel, The...

Stay, Home, Play: Top Instagrammer on her ideas, famous followers and postponing her wedding

Here in LaoisToday, we recently released our Top Instagrammers list for 2020. At the top of that list was a Durrow lady by the...

Midlands Mammy: TV, driving, perfume? What’s your treat?

It’s often said if you’re finding something tough or challenging that you should incorporate a little treat for yourself at certain points along the...

Midlands Mammy: 5 things this Mammy simply couldn’t live without

We all know the main essentials for our new arrivals: moses basket/co-sleeper, bottles, sterilizer, car seat, buggy etc and let’s face it, I could...

Midlands Mammy: Dealing with Mammy Guilt is a real struggle

Some of you may have seen a documentary aired on TV3 in recent times based around the notion of Mammy Guilt.   I’m sure this...

Midlands Mammy: Naming a child … how hard can it be?

Just before Christmas three became four. We gained a daughter and William, a baby sister. It didn’t really dawn on me until after the...