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Tim Clancy’s Drogheda United can secure automatic promotion on Tuesday night. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Proponents the world over of league structures specifically designed to ensure that more games matter might cite this year’s Airtricity League First D(...)

Hilary Tully, Patrick McGivney and Judy Sheridan objected to  the planning application sought by Kiernan Milling.  Photograph: Alan Betson

On a clear day, a person standing atop Granard Motte will be able to see five lakes, nine counties and three provinces of Ireland. Recently, the so(...)

Classes at Meán Scoil Mhuire, Longford Town, are due to continue online on Friday. File photograph: Getty Images

Parents of students attending a girls’ secondary school in Longford were asked to collect their children on Thursday following a confirmed case of Cov(...)

 Cork City saw off Longford Town to advance to the FAI Cup second round on Tuesday night. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

Defending champions Shamrock Rovers will face Cork City in the only all-Premier Division tie in the second round of the FAI Cup following Wednesday’s (...)

Honest Ndlovu signed up for the Gaisce bronze award after hearing about Wavelength through Longford youth service.

The national Gaisce award has called on young asylum seekers and refugees to sign up to the president’s youth development programme so they can build (...)

Gardaí shut down the party using their existing public order powers. File image:  Frank Miller /	The Irish Times

Gardaí were forced to break up a house party involving around 80 young people in Longford town due to “public health concerns.” Officers we(...)

Election candidate Joe Flaherty with Longford butcher Christy Monaghan and his customer Katherina Connellan on Thursday morning. Photograph: Lorraine Teevan

“Make Longford Matter” is the campaign slogan local Fianna Fáil councillor Joe Flaherty hopes will help him secure a seat in the general election. Lo(...)

Minister of State for Immigration David Stanton said State-owned land could be used to provide direct-provision accommodation for the growing number of asylum seekers arriving in the country.

Vacated barracks and defence forces accommodation could be used to house asylum seekers in the future, the Department of Justice has confirmed. The(...)

Dublin Rose Laura Vines’ dog Penny, high fives Dáithí Ó Sé onstage at the Rose of Tralee Festival Dome on Monday night. Photograph: Domnick Walsh

Tralee is in a particularly festive mood this week and it’s only partially down to the Roses. For the first time the Rose of Tralee festival has coin(...)

Pat Quinlan, left, and Matt Quinlan, third from right

In the summer of 1992 Bernadette Quinlan arrived home on holidays from Switzerland, where she and her husband Gerry were living at the time. The phone(...)

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