Carlow, Ireland Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. Laois ready to welcome Rose of Tralee Maggie McEldowneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 14 | Leinster Express

    The red carpet will be rolled out in Laois this week for Rose of Tralee Maggie McEldowney, who is visiting the county this Wednesday March 15. The Chicago Rose is back in the emerald isle in time for St Patrick's Day but before she celebrates our national holiday, the Rose of Tralee is calling to Laois to meet local people. The Portlaoise Heritage Hotel, the host venue for the 2017 Laois Rose Selection is a fitting first port of call for Maggie, expected to arrive at 2pm.

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  2. Garda on duty at entrance to estate morning school run and work commuteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 14 | Leinster Express

    Garda in Portlaoise were on duty early Tuesday morning manning a checkpoint at the entrance to one of Portlaoise's biggest housing estates. A single garda vehicle checkpoint was on duty at the Kilminchy estate as cars exited.

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  3. Court - Portlaoise man found in stolen car twiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 14 | Leinster Express

    A Portlaoise man was found in a stolen car the day after he was granted High Court bail on a similar charge, but the State was last week unable to have a suspended sentence activated against him due to his having appealed a prison sentence. Detective Garda Gerard Galwey gave evidence that the accused received a four-year sentence in May, 2015, with the final two years suspended on a number of conditions.

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  4. Panthers seal crucial win over NUIG MysticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 14 | Leinster Express

    Coming off the back of a hard-earned win over Brunell last weekend, all roads led to Galway on Saturday as the girls faced a Mystics side who have been struggling to find form in their debut season in the Super League. A win was imperative for the Panthers as other results in the league went their way, which now leaves them level on points with both Killester and Waterford Wildcats in fourth position going into the last game of the season, leaving them with the chance of gaining that coveted playoff spot.

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  5. The Heath cut loose to beat 13 man Ballyroan AbbeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 14 | Leinster Express

    The Heath got their 2017 campaign off to good start with an emphatic eighteen-point dismantling of thirteen-man Ballyroan Abbey in The Heath on Sunday morning. The home side and eventual winners got off to a dream start as with just a minute and a half on the clock, Chris Bergin finished off a superb passing move to raise the green flag for The Heath.

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  6. Builders hit by thieves in PortlaoiseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 13 | Leinster Express

    Extensive damage was caused to houses under construction at a new housing development in Portlaoise, after thieves stole copper boilers and cylinders and ripped out copper piping. The houses are being built by local developer Aston Homes, who applied in 2014 to Laois County Council for permission to build 30 new houses at the unfinished estate.

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  7. content creation specialistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 13 | Business World

    A new Irish-owned dental group has acquired 11 dental practices nationwide, creating 30 jobs and introducing a brand new concept to dentistry in Ireland. Dental Care Ireland will officially open its first practice this month in Ashbourne, Co.

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  8. Laois denied by two late Carlow points in low-scoring affairRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 12 | Leinster Express

    Rebecca Williams, Laois contests this ball with Sarah Foley, Carlow in the Camogie League Division 2 at O'Moore Park. Picture: Alf Harvey/HRPhoto.ie Two injury time points separated Laois and Carlow on Sunday afternoon in O'Moore Park, as the home side suffered an agonizing defeat.

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  9. Willoughby Brothers look forward to returning to North Country Goes Green Irish FestivalRead the original story

    Saturday Mar 11 | Watertown Daily Times

    ... “It was an incredible show,” Mr. Willoughby said Monday in a phone interview from his home in Carlow, Ireland. “I think the people of Watertown just warmed to us. It was an incredible reaction.” The Willoughby Brothers ...

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  10. Craft beer in Ireland? Just venture outside of Dublin.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 9 | Chicago Tribune

    Spend a week sampling seven of some of Ireland's best microbreweries on a relaxed-pace road trip from the east through the Emerald Isle's rugged southwest coast. Beyond the pale of Dublin's fair city, where tourists pour into the Guinness Storehouse at St. James's Gate, there's a rebellion of flavor brewing with the country's latest wave of craft beer.

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  11. Mount Wolseley Hotel for sale with a guide price of 14.25mRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 8 | Business World

    It was announced today that Mount Wolseley Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort, Tullow, Co. Carlow is for sale with a guide price of 14.25m.

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  12. McEnaney: Leinster All-Stars wouldn't beat DublinRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 6 | RTE.ie

    Wexford football manager Seamus McEnaney says that "the pick of Leinster" wouldn't beat a Dublin side that he says appear to to have no serious challengers for their All-Ireland crown. Banty's side will face the champions in the provincial quarter-final if they get past Carlow on 21 May but the Monaghan native is not optimistic of stopping the Dubs as they pursue a 12th Leinster crown in 13 years and fifth All-Ireland in seven.

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  13. 'Garda visibility is the key to reassuring rural communities' - IFA's Jer BerginRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 5 | Independent.ie

    New investment in the gardai may be paying dividends, with burglary rates halving in some areas. But the closure of rural garda stations has left many communities living in fear.

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  14. 'Incredible progress' claimed in campaign to save Roscrea boarding schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 5 | Leinster Express

    Campaign group say they have raised substantial funds and had a lot of support in effort to prevent closure of Cistercian College Roscrea The campaign by parents and past pupils to save the Cistercian College Roscrea is gathering momentum and has made "incredible progress" say its organisers. On Friday, February 17, the students, parents, staff and alumni were in shock as it was announced that the boarding school, which had been founded in 1905, would close at the end of this academic year.

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  15. 'Garda visibility is the key to reassuring rural communities'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 5 | Independent.ie

    New investment in the gardai may be paying dividends, with burglary rates halving in some areas. But the closure of rural garda stations has left many communities living in fear.

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  16. TDs stand by Durrow family in search for justice for son as the call on Garda Commissioner to step inRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 5 | Leinster Express

    Two Laois TDs have put party politics aside to take up the torch for the Monaghan family in the search for the truth of what happened to a young Durrow man who died in Kilkenny in 2012. Fianna Fail's Sean Fleming and Sinn Fein's Brian Stanley are adamant that the case is not closed.

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  17. Durrow family pledge to be the voice for dead son as the demand new garda probeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 5 | Leinster Express

    The Monaghan family from Durrow say they will not give up campaigning for their son and brother Kieran, despite the refusal by the Minister for Justice to intervene in his case. Kieran 'Mono' Monaghan died from a single stab wound to the chest in an incident at a St Valentine's night party in 2012 at an apartment in Larchfield Court, Kilkenny.

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  18. Gales and strong winds set to sweep the country through SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 4 | Leinster Express

    National weather warnings are in place as high winds reaching gale force at times set to sweep across the Ireland. While the weather has not been given storm status Met ireann has issued but Orange and Yellow weather warnings in the wake of what has been a wet and windy spell of weather.

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  19. ESB Portlaoise man - late Tom ConnollyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 4 | Leinster Express

    Pioneering ESB linesmen l-r: Tom Connolly, Donie Fitzgibbon, Sandy Wright, Paddy Bergin and Tommy Kelly. The picture is courtesy of Paddy Bergin and was taken in 1969.

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  20. Great night at the Portlaoise Prison Officer annual functionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 4 | Leinster Express

    From left, Maeve Phelan , Mo Nerney , Paul Byrne , Stephen Maher , Saragh Buggy Pictured at the launch are the Portarlington Enterprise Town organising committee: Colm Powell, Lillian Shiels, Ann Dunne, Julia Leavey, Mary Keogh, Eddie Fitzpatrick, Aidan Mullins, Maria Harris Bra This website and its associated newspaper are full participating members of the Press Council of Ireland and supports the Office of the Press Ombudsman. This scheme in addition to defending the freedom of the press, offers readers a quick, fair and free method of dealing with complaints that they may have in relation to articles that appear on our pages.

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