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Local pubs to throw parties for First Dates Scully – who will do LaoisToday...

First Dates Ireland reappeared on our screens last week - and we collectively gasped, laughed and cringed as the daters came on our screens. Laois...

Laois Tourism are looking for Directors in upcoming AGM

The Annual General Meeting of Laois Tourism will take place on Wednesday February 7, 2018 in the Heritage Hotel Killenard at 7.30pm. Laois Tourism is...

New UK supermarket is coming to Laois and will create more than 20 jobs

Iceland, the frozen food supermarket chain, is coming to Portlaoise and creating at least 22 jobs. The UK based supermarket already has 19 stores around...

Sean Fleming calls for Fair Deal Scheme publication

The Minister for Health should publish new legislation in relation to the Fair Deal Scheme which is long overdue, according to Fianna Fáil TD...

Laois group wins Leinster Scór title at the weekend

The Borris-in-Ossory-Kilcotton Scor Instrumental Group collected the Leinster Scór title in Wexford last weekend. The group won the Ceol Uirlise category at the National Opera...

Moment in Time: A visit to Castletown NS in 2001

Our photographs this week from Alf Harvey's archives capture his visit to Castletown NS in 2001. In the year after the turn of the Millennium,...

One of Irish cycling’s most famous faces calls on cyclists from Laois for epic...

Sports journalist and former professional cyclist Paul Kimmage is calling on cycling enthusiasts from Laois to join him in covering three different countries in...

In Pictures: Crowds gather in Portarlington for Operation Transformation walk

People of all ages were out and about this cold Saturday morning in Portarlington for the Operation Transformation 5k. The walk took place in Derryounce,...

Teenage mental health: Free seminar for parents in Laois

Parents in Laois who want to learn how to help their teenage children through issues such as anxiety and self-harm can avail of free...

Laois student takes home award at BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition

Laois student Caoimhe Murphy from Ballyroan has won an Highly Commended Award for her project at the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition. Heywood student...
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