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The Midweek Podcast: SOSAD’s Christy Bannon, historian Cormac Moore and Laois...

The latest instalment of the Midweek Podcast with LaoisToday is here – and we are up to episode 16. SOSAD Laois is a charity that...

Crime Prevention Officer urges Laois dog owners to comply with regulations...

Crime Prevention Officer for Laois/Offaly, Garda Sergeant, Graham Kavanagh joined Paul Downey for this month's Crime Prevention segment on the LaoisToday Midweek Podcast. They discussed...

The story behind a Portarlington band and their inspiration behind their...

The Hearty Boys from Portarlington have recently released a brand new song! Fran Hearty is one of the members of the group behind the track...

New documentary highlights importance of community and the shining lights of...

During the first lockdown, Maurice O’Carroll created a short documentary film about Mountrath called ‘Mountrath Unlocked’. He joined Paul Downey on LaoisToday's The Midweek Podcast...

Ballyroan musician launches EP in aid of Cuisle Cancer Support Centre

Ballyroan musician, Brian Lalor, has launched a new EP in aid of the Cuisle Cancer Support Centr. Brian was joined host Paul Downey on The...

Crime Prevention Officer urges Laois people to lock cars and help...

Gardaí are appealing to the Laois public to change their habits and ensure they are locking their cars and removing any valuable items to...

Big plans and high hopes for Abbeyleix musician when live music...

Brian Killeen has been involved in music for many years and is currently working on his own music career as well as working with...

A strong start to fundraiser launched in memory of beloved Laois...

The family of John 'Ulick' Conroy have launched a fundraiser in his memory after he sadly lost his life to Covid-19 and all support...

The show goes on at Laois Martial Arts as zoom classes...

As many clubs around the county have been effected by the pandemic, Laois Martial Arts is no exception. The club has accepted the hand they...

The Midweek Podcast: Laois Martial Arts, crime prevention and Portarlington band...

The latest instalment of the Midweek Podcast with LaoisToday is here – and we are up to episode 15. As the pandemic continues, Laois Martial...

The Midweek Podcast: Local Garda tries his hand at comedy, Mountrath...

The latest instalment of the Midweek Podcast with LaoisToday is here - and we are up to episode 14. On Monday night, Bernard O'Shea brought...

The Midweek Podcast: Fundraiser launched in memory of beloved Laois man,...

Due to St Patrick's Day, the LaoisToday Midweek Podcast is out on Thursday this week with another varied show. On January 31st John 'Ulick' Conroy...

‘All gambling advertising needs to be banned at this stage’

A local senator is leading the way in attempting to get gambling advertising banned after what he described as the saturation of gambling promotions...

Sink or Swim: Portlaoise singer Chris Conroy delighted to be using...

The lockdown that the country has been under for most of the last year has had plenty of negatives no doubt - but there...

The Midweek Podcast: Local Senator on Gambling Bill, Virtual dancing for...

On the week's LaoisToday Midweek Podcast, we hear from local Labour Party Senator Mark Wall about his party's bill to end the link between...

Laois woman gearing up to take on 40km Bristol Channel swim...

Mountmellick woman Joan Fennelly is currently preparing to swim across the Bristol Channel. This follows on from her epic swim of the English Channel in...

The Laois woman on her amazing journey back from life-threatening brain...

At the age of 19, Mountrath woman Niamh Cahill was struck down with a rare brain infection, one that saw her spend a week...

‘People have had time to stop and create and from that...

A well-known Laois musician reckons there will a lot of high quality music to emerge over the coming months as the effect of the...

The Midweek Podcast: Mountmellick woman to swim Bristol Channel, Laois girl...

Welcome to episode 11 of the Midweek Podcast with LaoisToday. We have yet another jam-packed line-up on the podcast this week: Mountmellick woman Joan Fennelly is...

‘Children really thrive when in a routine’ says Laois woman behind...

Amy Huberman, Vogue Williams and Sofie Skehan are among the 13,000 followers of the Stay Home Play Instagram account set up by Durrow woman...

‘2022 is pretty chocablock’ – Laois wedding band braced for busy...

Weddings are set to make a massive comeback from 2022 onwards - so says the lead singer of a Laois Wedding Band. Damien Carroll of...

Abbeyfolk looking forward to getting back on stage again – ‘I...

Well-known Laois band Abbeyfolk, who have played venues all over the country and internationally, say they can't wait to experience the thrill of performing...

Better late than never – Laois singer looking forward to launching...

So many walks of life have been adversely effected by the Coronavirus restrictions but for those in the live music sector it really has...

The Midweek Podcast: Laois student off to European Debating Championships, Macra...

Former Scoil Chriost Ri student Anna Lee Dowling is heading to the European Debating Championships. The current NUIG student is one of only two first...

The Midweek Podcast: O’Dempsey’s man signs children’s book deal and Laois...

As always, this week's LaoisToday Midweek Podcast, hosted by Paul Downey, is jam-packed with content and it begins with the story of a new...

Laois band on Hawaii, Las Vegas, Amsterdam and Spain dreams plus...

A Laois band who have performed in countries all over the world are dreaming of returning to these places once again. David Fitzpatrick, Jody Cahill...

‘All parents should have life assurance. I think it should be...

A well-known Laois-based financial advisor says that life assurance should be compulsory for parents. David Peavoy from Peavoy Financial Planning was speaking recently on the...

January car sales down – but increase in electric and hybrid...

There were almost 100 fewer new car sales recorded in Laois in January compared to the same month last year, according to figures released...

‘The primary producer … always seems to take the smallest portion’

The primary producer in farming "always seems to take the smallest portion" and the current forestry felling licence backlog sees everyone else having their...

The Midweek Podcast: Paralympic preparations, financial planning and the Crooked Jacks

As we begin a new year and the Christmas season is behind us, how can we save money? Steven Miller speaks to David Peavoy of...