Kilkenny News from The Kilkenny People
The late John Bradley, the city’s best known and celebrated historian and archaeologist was not only an expert on his beloved city but also represented it on chess boards throughout the country.
James Stephens GAA club have agreed to sell an almost three acre site in the the city .
Kilkenny hurling manager Brian Cody will be the special guest at this year’s Kilkenny Motor Show and he will officially launch three days of exclsuive viewing of car models from local garages at Cillin Hill - starting this Friday.
Tens of thousands of readers have viewed a story on last week’s Kilkenny People outlining horrific animal abuse that continues to be prevalent in the city.
A harmonica playing parish priest is part of a silver-haired, still cool, blues band which reaches out to people.
Local architectural firm, Brian Dunlop associates were announced as Overall Winner at the Glanbia Kilkenny Business Awards.
The Kilkenny-based centre, Aislinn, which has for years treated people for alcohol and drug addiction, will be part of a new service to tackle a scourge which is wreaking havoc in local communities.
Harrowing video footage of a horse being relentlessly beaten and flogged by the intoxicated driver of a sulky on a city street has been seen by the Kilkenny People.
Final contracts on the sale of the former Mart site on the Castlecomer Road are expected to be signed over the coming weeks.
Kilkenny city and the academic world has been stunned by the death of leading historian and archaeologist, John Bradley of NUI Maynooth.