Laois County Council Offices are closed to members of the public in compliance with COVID-19 restrictions under Level 5. Access is strictly by appointment only. For further information please click here
The Council phone line 057 866 4000 is open Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays), between the hours of 9am to 5pm, for the Laois County Council Community Response Support Helpline to facilitate the most appropriate community response to the needs of vulnerable people living in the community where their usual sources of support have become unavailable due to COVID19 and to deal with normal Council queries.
Click HERE to visit our Community Response Support page and to find out more about the Vaccine Rollout Programme
Janelle joins us again today to tell us about some of the flags of Africa. Africa is a continent, not a country, so it does not have its own flag. There are 54 independent sovereign countries in Africa as well as the international organization called African Union within the African continent has […]
Meet Rotimi, Ireland’s Black Mayor. In 2004, Rotimi was elected as a town councillor in Laois County Council local elections. In June 2007 he was elected as mayor of Portlaoise Town Council. In the 2009 local elections Rotimi was re-elected to the town council and also to Laois County Council for the Portlaoise electoral area Laois […]
Meet Jenelle. Jenelle is 9 and enjoys art, acting, history, gymnastics and swimming. On this video you will learn how to say “Hello, my name is ….” In Igbo. Igbo is the principal native language of the Igbo people, an ethnic group of eastern Nigeria. Igbo is one of the largest […]
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Laois Africa Day 2021 will take place virtually from Monday 14th June to Saturday 19th June. Events will celebrate the vibrant cultural heritage of Africa and the contribution made to Irish society by African communities and people of African decent. Join us in this years celebrations by sending us videos, […]