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Several roads still remain impassable this lunch time in the North Leitrim area.  The road at Socks line is totally impassable and there are reports of houses being flooded in the area.   There are also reports of a numbers of commuters of having to be rescued from floods at…

A Sligo/Leitrim general election candidate says if elected to the Dail he will work for the provision of a new bridge on the road linking Kinlough in North Leitrim and Bundoran in Donegal. For years, there have been concerns about safety on the narrow Lennox Bridge, which is used on…

Residents in the Rossinver and Glenaniff areas of North Leitrim are calling for major flood relief systems to be put in place to prevent any further damage being caused to their homes and properties. There was reported damage caused in the area during floods after storm Lorenzo. Local Fine Gael…

Calls are being made to erect proper signage so tourists can easily find their way to North Leitrim. The Cathoirleach of Leitrim County Council, Fine Gael Councillor Enda McGloin highlighted the issue at a recent meeting of Ballinamore Municipal District. He says when people travel through places such as Drumshanbo,…

Several roads in North Leitrim will soon become impassable if land owners to not start to maintain and cut road side hedges and trees. That’s according to the Leitrim independent Councillor Felim Gurn who raised the matter at this week’s Manorhamilton Municipal District meeting. All Councillors in attendance backed the…

There are are calls for all of North Leitrim to be included in the Wild Atlantic Way. Tullaghan which is the only part of Leitrim on the coast has recently been included on the route after objections that it was left out. But Leitrim Councillors say that’s not enough. Fianna…

The first deacon in the north Leitrim part of the Diocese of Kilmore will be ordained on Sunday. Padraig Kelly a native of Glencar in county Leitrim is well known in both Sligo and Leitrim. He will be ordained deacon by Bishop of Kilmore Leo O’Reilly in St. Clare’s in…