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# Leitrim

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Gardaí seize 175 cannabis plants from Leitrim growhouse
Nobody was arrested as the house was unoccupied.
Leitrim man jailed for abusing boy from the age of nine
The abuse lasted for eight years.
Growhouse raided in Leitrim as gardaí seize €200,000 of cannabis
A man in his 50s has been arrested.
15 gorgeous shots of Carrick-on-Shannon that prove it's more than just hens and stags
A male stripper called the 'G-String King' got everyone talking on RTÉ's Carrick-On-Stag
Oh God.
Corbyn's Labour are dead against it, but what's the up-to-date situation with fracking in Ireland?
The controversial gas-extraction technique tends to inspire strong emotions in people living in areas affected by it.
Three status yellow wind warnings issued for seven counties
All three of the warnings are valid for at least eight hours, with wind gusts expected to reach 100 km/h in some areas.
Frank Feighan wants the European Medicines Agency to move from Canary Wharf to Leitrim
Earlier this month the Department of Health confirmed that they are preparing for a bid to bring the EMA to Ireland.
Two Sligo men charged with IRA membership appear before Special Criminal Court
The men, aged 27 and 35, made no comment when they were arrested by gardaí.
Two arrested over assault in Carrick-on-Shannon as victim remains critical
Gardaí have said there was an altercation between the man and a group of people on 17 July.
Figures used to tackle housing crisis were five years out of date
In May, the Housing Agency told the Dáil there were 230,000 vacant houses in Ireland – it’s actually 198,000.
Connolly's bar in Manorhamilton is a delightfully old school spot for a pint
Small but mighty. And €3 Guinness!
Murphy leads Sligo's first-half charge in convincing win over Leitrim
Niall Murphy scored five first-half points to give the hosts plenty of breathing space at Markievicz Park.
Ronan Kennedy leads the way as Leitrim win an All-Ireland qualifier for just the second time
Shane Ward’s side have ended Waterford’s campaign.
15 beautiful photos that would make you proud to be from Leitrim
The Wild Rose.
Over 200 jobs lost across four counties as family business goes into receivership
Excol Oil Limited has gone into receivership, with the immediate closure of all its interests.
Martin Kenny has met GSOC over his Garda malpractice allegations
Last week, Martin Kenny put forward a number of claims in the Dáil over alleged Garda malpractice in the Sligo-Leitrim district.
This Leitrim GAA club came up with an excellent way of promoting their lotto
They got the digger out.
This Leitrim GAA club came up with an excellent way of promoting their lotto
They got the digger out.
14 of the most Leitrim things that have ever happened
Mother of nine takes first steps in 21 years after being diagnosed with MS
“I thought this can’t be real, I just have to keep this up … I walked 100 steps, that’s like a marathon to me.”
Elderly man dies after being struck by jeep in Leitrim
The man in his 80s was hit by the car this morning.
Emlyn Mulligan says a transfer to Dublin or Donegal 'was never going to happen'
The Leitrim star plays down talk of a move.
This Fine Gael TD is taking his own party to court
John Perry is still trying to get his name on the Fine Gael election ticket in Sligo-Leitrim.
Appeal for information about bomb found outside garda's home
The under-vehicle improvised explosive device was found outside a Garda’s front door in Co Leitrim.
Take a look inside two of Ireland's swankiest castles as they go up for sale
Kilronan Castle in Roscommon and Lough Rynn Castle in Leitrim are up for grabs.
Leitrim County Council finds 'archaeological remains' when digging up road
The findings have been reported to gardaí and the National Museum.
Going a month without a shower at HSE-run home is "intolerable"
Numerous shortcomings were found by a Hiqa report published yesterday.
Leitrim farmers fear fracking, but researchers deny plan to drill
A local anti-fracking group has vowed to “halt this continuous onslaught on our communities”
Poll: Would you oppose plans for fracking in your area?
Farmers in Leitrim are mounting a campaign to oppose the practice.
‘I walk around in pain nearly every day’ – Ireland’s new world champion makes big sacrifices
Tommy McCormack chats to The42 about his recent triumph
'Serious injury' avoided after pipe bomb is found in Leitrim
It was found in a woodland area this morning.
Bare chests, grappling and goals: The best images from the weekend's championship
Here’s how the first big Championship weekend looked.
Bomb disposal team deal with four devices just days before Prince Charles visit
Gardaí arrested six dissidents as activities by anti-terrorism gardaí step up.
This video of a Leitrim waterfall has lulled millions of people off to sleep
I can’t get no sleep. *Faithless’ Insomnia plays*
Young motorcyclist killed in Leitrim crash
This is the third fatal crash since yesterday afternoon.
'Crude' viable bomb made safe by army in Drumshanbo
The device was found by gardaí on approach into the town.
Teenage driver killed in two-car crash
Two women were also treated for injuries, but were released from hospital.
How one Irishman went from contemplating suicide to cycling the world
Breifne Earley tells The42 about his extraordinary journey.