Kilkenny News from The Kilkenny People
Local councillor Paddy McKee has withdrawn his name from the contest for selection for the Fianna Fail party in the upcoming Carlow/Kilkenny by-election.
A Kilkenny nurse who retired in 2006 has spent the past seven years volunteering in a health clinic in Malawi.
Kilkenny County Council has said that no contract has yet been awarded in relation to the provision of dog warden services and operation of the dog pound at Paulstown.
New Work Junction, the brainchild of entrepeneur Tom O’Neill, has just opened its doors at the old AIB Bank on the Dublin Road offering a new way for budding entrepenurs, start ups and those who basically work on the move to do their business.
Gardai at Thomastown are appealing for the public’s assistance in seeking the wherabouts of Patrick Langton who is missing from his home at Father Kearns Court in Dunamaggin.
Householders are being urged to be ‘ultra-vigilant’ following the revealation that a recent fire, which left a local family homeless, was caused by a child’s gaming device left charging under a bed.
The official record of the link between Kilkenny and the world’s most handsome man is under lock and key, at an undisclosed location.
Local trainer Willie Mullins made history at Gowran Park yesterday, winning the Goffs Thyestes Chase for the sixth time when Ruby Walsh finished eight lengths clear on 9/2 favourite Djakadam.
Kilkenny Minister Ann Phelan’s insurance was out of date by three days when she contacted gardai over crash
Minister for Rural Affairs, Ann Phelan’s car insurance was out of date by three days when she rang gardai after an incident occurred with a lorry outside her home in Graignamanagh on February 4, 2014.
The body of missing Kilkenny city man, Derek Tyrell has been located.