Kilkenny News from The Kilkenny People
An audit by the Catholic Church’s child protection watchdog has found that two priests were convicted of crimes against children between 1975 and 2013.
A E65 million investment in South Kilkenny will create 135 construction jobs over the next 18 months.
Staff, students and their parents welcomed an Americal philanthropist to their school last Wednesday for the opening of the new extenstion
Hardpressed householders in the Kilkenny City area are facing a further hike in rubbish disposal charges from January, with a third bin set to become a legal requirement, writes Sam Matthews.
Former Kilkenny College student and rugby star Robin Copeland looks set to sign a deal to play for Munster next year.
Kilkenny Castle hosted it’s very first Nun Run last Sautrday - raising funds for local charities Pieta House, The Samaritans and St Vincent de Paul.
The Fine Gael party has selected four candidates to contest next year’s local elections in the Kilkenny City West area.
The sight of a huddled group of smokers outside the entrance doors to St Luke’s Hospital is set to become a thing of the past, as stringent new rules are on the way to outlaw smoking on the hospital campus entirely.
Kilkenny’s unemployment rate has dipped by 7% in the last twelve months.
A High Court judge has directed that the head of the controversial Rodolphus Allen Private Family Trust, Charlie Allen, should be released from custody after he gave an undertaking not to interfere with or trespass on lands in Co Kildare. Further legal proceedings are pending.