Inside this week’s Longford Leader we have details a successful garda surveillance operation that detected cannabis growing in a house in Ballinamuck. Also, we speak to Longford priest Fr Kevin Reynolds about the BAI report that is about to be published.
We also have a special 16-page supplement on the Titanic and the strong Longford connection.
Among the many stories inside the newspaper, we also have:
- Cathedral Circle celebrates 50 years.
- Longford to be promoted in London.
- More details about the upcoming race day.
- Longford Co Council to review planning - in particular all local maps following the collapse of the construction industry.
- Three candidates have emerged for the Co Council seat vacated by Alan Mitchell, while one - Denis Hughes - appears to be the new Town Councillor.
- Gardai appeal for witnesses to the recent bog fire in Clondra.
- The turfcutting ban is to impact severely on farmers in the affected areas.
- A review of the traffic congestion in Longford town around school opening and closing times is to be carried out.
- Photos from Cilloe Yew Drama Group’s 25th celebrations.
- Longford Hurlers vow to carry on.
- Mullingar hospital overspends for January.
- Photos and reaction from the Co Longford Ploughing Championships.
- Details on Abbeylara’s enhancement plans.
- Photos from Clonguish’s GAA Dinner Dance.
- All the news from your area in the local notes.
As well as that, we have all the sports action - Reports from Longford vs Wexford.
All that, and more, in this week’s Longford Leader, which is available from your local shop on Wednesday morning, April 11.
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