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New to the Area: From a copywriter in Wiltshire to a...

Kyra Fingleton is the owner of ‘Glamping Under the Stars’ - a boutique glampsite located near Ballyroan. The glampsite has quickly established itself as one...

New to the Area: From Brazil to Laois – the story...

Our New to the Area interview series, where we chat to people who have moved to Ireland from a different country and made their...

2018 Remembered – New to the Area: The Spanish girl with...

Itxi Saila Ferrer brought a taste of Spain to Main Street Portlaoise with a taste of culture in La Lola Tapas bar.  Since opening, the...

New to the Area: From Africa, to Asia and now to...

Keanan Crutchley has lived in three continents in his 20 years. He and his family moved from South Africa to Dubai at an early age and...

New to the Area: The Spanish girl with a Tapas restaurant,...

Our latest New to the Area segment is with Spanish woman and Portlaoise restaurant owner Itxi Saila Ferrer. Itxi, who is from the Basque Country,...

New to the Area: From the hustle and bustle of Birmingham...

UK native Aaron Birmingham orginally lived in Dublin for nine years, before upping sticks and moving to Laois where he said he found the...

New to the Area: A young Polish man establishing himself in...

Julian Nagi is a 20 year old Portlaoise man, originally from Poland. He is involved heavily in the political scene in Laois as the current...

New to the Area: Leaving Greece to set up business in...

Greek native Chris Sempos is the subject of this week's New to the Area interview as he tells us how he left behind his...

New to the Area: The unlikely route from Russia to Portlaoise

There was a huge reaction to last week's New to the Area interview with Gintautas Cepaitis and next up is Russian girl Alena Chikurnikova who...

Never forgetting Lithuania but making home in Laois

The first person to feature in our ‘New to the Area’ interview is Gintautas Cepaitis from Lithuania. Originally from Siauliai in Northern Lithuania, Ginte (for...