Kilkenny News from The Kilkenny People
A man in his 20’s was remanded in custody at a special sitting of Kilkenny District Court today following his arrest in the Bishop Birch area of the city yesterday evening.
Up to 20 people were involved in a riot where missiles were thrown at gardai in the Wetlands area of the city.
The reknowned Mount Juliet Resort in Thomastown has been put on the market.
The final reports into the architectural heritage of two houses on Vicar Street due for demolition have said that the buildings do not contain Medieval fabric.
Residents whose lives are adversely affected by an average of 808 heavy vehicles passing their front door every day say they may be forced to take drastic action to save their homes.
Serious concerns about animal welfare have been raised following the discovery of a number of dead animals at locations around the county.
Children attending a national school just outside Kilkenny City are unable to access parts of their curriculum due to a lack of high speed broadband in the area.
The family of a Kilkenny man who is undergoing treatment for bone cancer in America are appealing to people to support their fundraising campaign.
Move4Parkinsons, the national non-profit organisation dedicated to empowering Irish People With Parkinsons has launched it’s Kilkenny choir at St Mary’s Cathedral. Open to all regardless of singing experience and ability, the free choir is the first of its kind in Ireland.