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11 new social houses set to be completed in Laois village...

11 new social houses are set to be completed by the end of the year in Borris-In-Ossory. So says Laois County Council Housing Officer Nicola...

Calls to upgrade ‘the worst footpaths in Laois’

A Laois County Councillor is calling for work to be carried out to upgrade what he called 'the worst footpaths' in the county. Fine Gael...

Laois trip to the States for St Patrick’s Day to proceed...

An official trip to the United States by a small Laois delegation on the occasion of the St Patrick’s Day festivities is going ahead,...

A raft of issues in Laois village need to be tackled

A whole litany of issues which need to be tackled in a Laois village have been well ventilated this week. The matters concerning Ballaghmore were...

Rural lighting a major concern while Shanahoe issues also raised

A Laois County Councillor has said that he has had more queries for lighting in rural areas than anything else this winter. Cllr Conor Bergin...

Rivers, roads and Rathdowney – series of issues ire local councillors

Rivers in a "third world state" and "the most urgent issue since I came into the council" were the basis of two motions raised...

Shards of glass falling on street of Laois town

The dangers to pedestrians and passers-by in one Laois town were forcibly brought home at a Council meeting this week. Local area elected representatives once...

€2.1 million confirmed for County Council for 11 new houses in...

This is a significant development. Borris-in-Ossory based Fine Gael County Councillor Conor Bergin has welcomed the approval in principle of €2,111,032 funding to Laois County...

Child dental and mental health services in Laois in disarray

Not for the first time Laois elected representatives this week once again trained their sights on the Health Minister, Simon Harris as they highlighted...

Those dreaded words, ‘subject to funding’

You know the feeling.  Everyone’s been there at some stage or other. Those dreaded words: “It’s not you, it’s me.” Well, there is a political equivalent at...