In this week’s Longford Leader we have details of how Longford County Council are opening this Saturday in the hope of attracting more people in to pay the €100 household charge. Also, details and reaction to Albert Reynolds being criticised in the Mahon Report.
Among the many stories inside the newspaper, we also have:
- A Lanesboro priest spearheads the redevelopment of a Belfast church
- Longford troops on duty in Lebanon on St. Patrick’s Day.
- The new Longford Rose was selected - Emily Hughes
- James Bannon goes against his own party colleagues in criticism of pay scales
- Major oil spill in Lanesboro contained
- €2m allocated to refurbishing Trumra Road
- 10th GAA Raceday launched
- St Christopher’s management and parents talk about the need for the cut in funding to be reversed
- Reaction from the protest march against the household charge
- Photos from Killoe GAA’s dinner dance
- All the local news from your area
As well as that, we have all the sports action - Longford’s draw against Tipperary and Longford Town stay top with fourth win.
All that, and more, in this week’s Longford Leader, which is available from your local shop on Wednesday morning, March 21.
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