Kilkenny News from The Kilkenny People
Almost €1 million has been spent on temporary accommodation for a secondary school in the city which is being forced to continue educating children in cramped conditions.
Courage displayed by motor neuron disease sufferer, Mark Attride applauded by 1,000 people in Carlow last night
When IT Carlow lecturer Mark Attride was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease in February of this year, the news had a cataclysmic impact on his family, friends and work colleagues.
The love and courage shown by Kilkenny families affected by infant brain damage is reflected in the incredible support network they are part of through a non-state agency.
A talented Kilkenny man is guest writing one of the most popular television shows in the US which already has a Kill-Kenny connection.
Some of Ireland’s most exciting young singers, songwriters and musicians will be in comptetition next week at the 2014 YADAs, which take place in Kilkenny’s Lyrath Hotel.
Pat Brett, Managing Director of Ecopower, has been presented with the Outstanding Leadership Award by the Irish Wind Energy Association (IWEA) at its annual Autumn Conference which took place in Kilkenny yesterday.
The potatoes will be cold, but the competition will be hot: A ‘hurl and spud’ race will take place at the Castle Park on Saturday, October 25 at 2pm as part of the Savour Kilkenny Food Festival.
Ireland’s top models, stylists, fashion commentators and local fashion retailers are on the final countdown to Kilkenny Fashion Week which opens today (October 15).
The undead hordes will descend on Kikenny City this October bank holiday weekend as a looming zombie apocalypse threatens to push civilisation to the brink.