Kilkenny News from The Kilkenny People
A tidy parcel of good quality land, 25 acres, at Dundaryark, Danesfort, a few miles from Kilkenny city sold recently under the hammer for a very strong price of €505,000 or €20,200 per acre .
One swan was killed and a second badly injured in an attack over the weekend.
A feast of music and song accompanied the launch of the 17th Annual Kilkenny Music Festival which will feature a range of Choral, Vocal, Instrumental and Chamber Music competitions for thousands of young and older performers from March 10 to 15, 2015.
Talks have broken down between IT Carlow and Waterford IT regarding a proposed merger for a Technological University for the South-east.
The HSE and St. Luke’s Hospital, Kilkenny hosted a ceremony to mark the designation at the hospital of six beds for patients with palliative care needs.
Brigadier General Kieran Brennan originally from the parish of Conahy in Kilkenny and now resident in Kilkenny city has been appointed General Officer Commanding 1 Brigade. Brigadier General Brennan will take over from Brigadier General Derry Fitzgerald who has retired.
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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.