Kilkenny News from The Kilkenny People
Eddie Dwyer and James Doran can look back on a year when they took a chance on a new business venture, and saw it succeed.
Facing death is a universal challenge that meets everyone at some stage in their life.
Two people have been arrested in Kilkenny City as part of the ongoing investigation into the theft of property from a truck full of donations for Chernobyl children earlier this month.
MARKET Cross Shopping Centre celebrated in style this week for their momentous 21st anniversary.
Two men are in custody at Kilkenny Garda Station following a burglary at a house at Weir View on the outskirts of the city early this morning.
On Friday morning last week the solar eclipse was out-done by the launch of the three-in-a-row, Rith Beo’s A Trí, Gaelscoil Osrai’s fundraising effort for an astro-turf pitch for their pupils.
Eight new jobs will be created when music store HMV returns to Kilkenny next month in a new city centre location.
A multi-million euro cash injection may be on the cards for the St Francis Abbey brewery site, with confirmation yesterday that Kilkenny County Council and the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund are considering a collaborative partnership for the site’s development.
The winter Olympics will be held in PyeongChang, South Korea in 2018 and there is every chance that Kilkenny will be represented at the event by our own Cool Runner.
There has been a terrific community response to help out the Chernobyl Kilkenny Outreach Group following a sickening incident on Sunday in which the group’s truck was broken into and ransacked.