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No cut in property tax for Kilkenny homeowners

Kilkenny County Councillors have voted not to cut the rate of property tax - but maintain it for 2015.

Spirit and honesty won it for Kilkenny - Brian Cody

Henry Shefflin may have ten senior All Ireland medals after Saturday’s All Ireland final replay and they may have changed his name to “Ten”ry Shefflin but there are two other hurlers at his heels, with nine senior medals, JJ Delaney and Tommy Walsh.

Rugby club puts the fun in ‘fundraising’ as O’Driscoll delights

Kilkenny Rugby Club held a Gala evening with Irish rugby legend Brian O’Driscoll at Cillin Hill last Saturday - riasing funds for future developments at the club’s grounds on the Waterford Road.

Hurling monument a tale that grows in the telling

Kilkenny’s long-awaited hurling monument will now measure over 15 feet in height following a design re-think – but the cost has grown also.

Kilkenny restaurants retain Michelin Stars

Two popular Kilkenny restaurants - Campagne in Kilkenny City and the Lady Helen at Mount Juliet Hotel, Thomastown - have retained their Michelin Star status in the new Michelin Guide Great Britain and Ireland 2015 just published.

Council faces dilemma on Local Property Tax

Local councillors are facing a dilemma on Monday when they will decide whether or not to slash services or implement an increase in the Local Property Tax (LPT).

Film dedicated to the memory of Mairead Moran

A film starring Kilkenny’s own Rory Fleck-Byrne is currently being shot at locations around the city and county.

Dr Donagh unhappy there is no black and amber flag flying on top of Kilkenny Castle for the All Ireland replay

The absence of a Kilkenny flag on the city and county’s most important and best known landmark is the wrong message to send out to Brian Cody and his men before they do battle with Tipperary on Saturday in the All Ireland senior hurling final replay.

All Ireland ploughing win for Hartley and Kilkenny

Kilkenny tasted All Ireland glory at the National Ploughing Championships yesterday (Tuesday). Glenmore man, Thomas Hartley won the intermediate class.

No injunctions as Millea says - ‘The case is over, the war is won’

The Supreme Court has refused applications for injunctions stopping all in stream and near stream works on both the Ossory Pedestrian Bridge and the Kilkenny Central Access Scheme Bridge..