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Recent News

Bridge work to continue with review meeting in September

Work will continue at the site of the controversial new bridge in Kilkenny and no review of the project can alter that fact, it was revealed on Saturday.

Input sought on three-phase management plan for HGVs

A new HGV traffic management plan for the Kilkenny City area in the years ahead is to go on display for a period of public consultation.

Kilkenny couple begin landmark fertility study

A couple who have struggled to conceive are embarking on a 90-day fertility boosting programme in a landmark effort to get pregnant.

Where in Kilkenny?

Question: where is Loughmacask? Or to be more precise, where IN Kilkenny is Loughmacask? Don’t know about you but I never head of Loughmacask until a week ago when I picked up an Ordinance Survey map of Kilkenny. One of the first places that jumped out at me, metaphorically speaking, of course, was Loughmacask. LOUGHMACASK! Sounded more like a place in the wilds of Mayo or the backwaters of Fermanagh. But no, Loughmacask is in Kilkenny, or at least on the outskirts, because the map I picked up (bought actually because it was so informative) was a Kilkenny Street Map.

The ‘Magnificent Seven’ - local food producers begin new chapter as Irish Food Co-Op is launched

The first of it’s kind in the country, and a giant leap forward for local food producers in Kilkenny and the entire south east region.

The Forristals and Ferrymountgarrett bridge connecting Kilkenny and Wexford

The Forristals, their fortunes and their way of life have been intrinsically entwined with Ferrymountgarrett bridge for generations - Through rebellions, floods, murders, and the foundation of the State, they remain in situ, just yards from their original home which was right on the water’s edge.

Inistioge Vintage Rally this weekend

Preparations are now well underway for the Inistioge Vintage Rally which will take place over the August Bank Holiday weekend. It’s always great day out for all the family in the charming village along the banks of the river Nore.

Classic Da, gives Donal O’Brien his finest hour

Anyone who attended the Watergate Theatre on Monday night for the opening of the play, Da will have been swept away on a tide of emotion.

Locals tackle riverbank invasion

It may look pretty, but it is deadly. The pink/purple flowered Himalayan Balsam is a highly invasive plant species, which is currently attacking the native plants and vegetation our local rivers.

Freney’s family visits Kilkenny

Australian descendants of Kilkenny’s celebrated and notorious highwayman ‘Freney the Robber’ visited the county last week.