Midlands News from Wednesday, September 21st, 2022
Laois Man Sets Unusual World Record At National Ploughing Championships
The Castletown has broken the previous record of 44.4km.
Laois Man Attempting Unusual World Record At Ploughing
The Castletown man is raising money for St. James Hospital.
Woman Arrested In Relation To Death Of Two Children In Westmeath Car Fire
She is currently being detained at a midlands Garda station.
Change In Registering Rental Properties Needed To Maintain Landlords
That's the warning from the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers.
Environment Minister Invited To Visit Westmeath Home Destroyed By Botched Retrofit
The cowboy contractor was listed on the SEAI's website.
Electricity Credits Not Enough To Support Households - Midlands TD
The Rural Independent Group has been raising the issue of spiralling energy costs in the Dáil this morning.
Rebooting Of Midlands Power Stations 'Not Practical' - Taoiseach
Micheál Martin has been speaking at the National Ploughing Championships in Ratheniska.
Emergency Services Dealing With Fire In The Midlands
The blaze broke out in a built-up area shortly before 7am.
Over 60 People Attend Public Meeting In Laois On Cost Of Living Crisis
A number of suggestions were made to alleviate the crisis.
25 Countries To Be Represented At World Ploughing Contest In Laois Today
Organisers expect today's crowd to be the largest of the three days.