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Monday 2 October 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# Leitrim

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Leitrim woman's 'one second every day' video will make you smile
Teacher Edwina Guckian filmed one second of every day in 2014 – and the resulting clip is just so lovely.
Hundreds without power as strong winds batter Ireland
There is also a chance of sleet and snow in some places so bundle up.
€60m is going to be spent improving local roads, did yours make the cut?
Eight counties have been lucky.
What else could I get for the €95,000 pricetag on this Napoleonic fort in Donegal
We take a look at what €95,000 could get you around the rest of the country.
Leitrim pub has the most insulting bar receipt you'll see today (NSFW)
It’s actually perfect.
Here's what happened today: Thursday
Everyone’s talking about Enda Kenny meeting with accused republicans, the new Rehab CEO and an Aer Lingus passenger arrested for an Ebola scare.
Man dies and seven others injured in Leitrim pile-up
The collision took place this morning just after 10am in on the N16.
Blind man's family devastated by vicious, fatal stabbing as he listened to World Cup
Frank Costello passed away two months after being attacked in his home.
Michael Kivlehan: 'Hopefully Dhara is looking down proud'
The 35-year-old widower also said there was much to be done to protect pregnant women in Ireland.
Broken promises and invisible candidates: Here's what we learned from last night's Prime Time debate
Someone ‘pulled a Ming’ and the issue of Roscommon Hospital just isn’t going away… Here’s what went down in the RTÉ studios last night.
How's the 'Ming' by-election shaping up?... We hit the trail in Roscommon-South Leitrim
The ten candidates are facing-off tonight in the heated atmosphere of an RTÉ studio. We spent the morning at the mart, and the afternoon at the races, to check the temperature on the ground…
Nurse doesn't remember telling Michael Kivlehan to stop 'eavesdropping'
The inquest has heard about a number of angry exchanges between the bereaved and a consultant.
Taxpayers pay hundreds of thousands on field unsuitable for sheltered housing
The situation was unveiled on Prime Time tonight.
'Still a small chance' for Dhara Kivlehan after transfer to Belfast hospital
Dr Paul Glover said his colleagues would not have put the patient through the procedures they did if there was no hope.
Timeline: Search for answers after death of Dhara Kivlehan
The 29 year old died four years ago after giving birth to a baby boy.
Council set to reconsider controversial energy extraction stance
The introduction of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) has been criticised for its potential environmental damage.
Enterprising Leitrim farmer selling silage-scented cologne
“You’ll be beating them off with a sprong”.
Tipp's Local Enterprise Office spent €4k on its opening event... Leitrim spent €30
Scones and brown bread were supplied to the event free of charge. Yum.
160 jobs to go as MBNA closes Carrick-on-Shannon call centre
Attempts to sell the call centre were not possible according to the company.
Emergency Leitrim Council meeting calls a halt to mining firm drilling in Belcoo
Communities claim that the drilling in Fermanagh is the first stage in the fracking process.
Leitrim lad hitchhikes from Berlin for surprise trip... is picked up by his dad!
God bless us, everyone.
€300,000 worth of cannabis plants seized in Leitrim
A 43-year-old man has been arrested and is being held at Carrick-on-Shannon Garda Station.
Leitrim senior footballers kick off potential €1 million penalty competition
The competition is part of a charity initiative from the NCBI.
Ireland had a starring role on this Japanese TV show broadcast to 36 million
We’re now officially big in Japan.
Watch: Minister heckled at public meeting
An angry property developer confronted Junior Minister for Small Business at a business networking meeting.
Two men arrested in connection with €4 million investment fraud operation
The men have since been released and a file is being prepared for the DPP.
Column: 'I felt an immediate kinship' – my journey of discovery in Ireland
My father often mentioned that I might go to visit Ireland, the land of our ancestors one day. It never occurred to me that I actually would, writes Kathleen Maloney.
Leitrim parade has two floats dedicated to local ATM robbery
Commemorating the great Tubbercurry raid of 2014.
7 of Leitrim's best sporting moments in 2013
A first piece of GAA silverware in nearly 20 years was the highlight of 2013.
Five horses rescued from freezing River Shannon
A local charity has praised Leitrim Civil Defence who helped with the rescue.
Gardaí investigating dissident republicans arrest two in David Black murder probe
The arrests were made following a number searches in Leitrim and Cavan today.
Pedestrian killed by car in Leitrim
The pedestrian in her 60s was crossing a road outside Mohill when she was struck with a car.
Calling Leitrim diaspora: Your county needs YOU
Tourism board in Leitrim wants natives now living in the UK to be ‘ambassadors’ to drive tourists back to the county.
Irish girl dies after being hit by a car in New York
Kalie Gill had only recently moved back to New York with her parents.
First case of killer tree disease found in native Irish hedgerow
A total of 97 cases of the deadly fungus have now been found since the first one in October last year.
Investigation under way after work-related death in Leitrim
It’s believed the man was crushed to death while he towed a trailer on a rural road.
Man killed in Donegal hit-and-run
It is believed the man in his late 40s was struck by a vehicle as he walked home last night.
IKEA to invest in Leitrim wind farm to power Irish stores
The new facility in Carrickeeny will have the capacity to generate the equivalent electricity for approximately 5,500 houses a year.
Seán Quinn tells supporters he will be vindicated
Ireland’s one-time richest man believes the current government is anti-Seán Quinn because it has been “sold a pup”.
Two men airlifted to hospital in serious condition after car driven into ravine
The men were rescued from their upturned car after it left the road and plunged into the Arigna river near Drumshanbo in Leitrim.