Portlaoise


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Portlaoise

(ˌpɔːtˈliːʃə)
n
(Placename) a town in central Republic of Ireland, county town of Laois: site of a top-security prison. Pop: 12 127 (2002)
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Tenders are invited for tenders are invited from suitably qualified and experienced companies to prepare a masterplan for the togher area (map of study area attached) in portlaoise that will develop and deliver the most effective presentation (layout and design), land management and traffic modelling associated with the site.
THE Leinster Council will hold a pitch inspection at O'Moore Park in Portlaoise at 9.
Leinster Club SFC semi-final Portlaoise (Laois) v Emmet Og Killoe (Longford) Portlaoise, kick-off 2.
The man in his 30s is being held at Portlaoise Garda Station under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act.
Tommy Thompson, 59, originally from Yorkshire, worked as a plasterer in Portlaoise, Co Laois, before his disappearance on April 21.
Officers raided a house in Portlaoise where they discovered a cocaine-mixing factory with 15 kilograms of cocaine and a quantity of mixing agents.
Paul Ward, 37, who was serving a life sentence in the Irish Republic's Portlaoise prison, contested in Dublin's Court of Criminal Appeal earlier this month the credibility of crucial evidence against him by State-protected witness Charles Bowden.
GAA: Leinster club senior football championship, quarter-final Portlaoise v St Vincent's Today, kick-off 2.
The driver, Matthew Peters, and his young girlfriend Aoife Carroll died along with their friend Ray Cuddy after they collided with a silage truck on the way into a nightclub in Portlaoise.
MOOREFIELD boss Ross Glavin has no wish to see any of his players in Kildare colours this side of St Patrick's Day after their smash and grab raid on Portlaoise.
Portlaoise (Ls) v Moorefield (Kild) Leinster SFC quarter-final, tomorrow, O'Moore Park, 2pm
AN IRA detainee is running Portlaoise Prison from his cell instilling fear into other inmates in the maximum security facility, the Irish Sunday Mirror can reveal.