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Galway Camogie’s star midfielder Niamh Kilkenny is a doubt ahead of their clash with Waterford in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship in Athenry on Saturday (5pm).
Galway led by three points at half time in Sunday's All-Ireland senior final, and for a few brief minutes at the interval some supporters talked of pressing on and winning the game from that position.
Alex Butler from Ballyedmond, Midleton, Co Cork, scooped the coveted title of Kilkenny Best Dressed Lady at Ladies' Day last week, this year sponsored by the Kilkenny Group.
A nature loving cosmetician from Castlebar has launched a new business making and selling her own range of 100 per cent natural, hand made, skin care products.
For over 51 years, the Kilkenny Group has been synonymous with supporting Irish craft and design. As we lead in to our third annual Kilkenny Irish Craft & Design Week (running until Sunday next, this year sponsored by AXA) I have been reflecting on the reasons we decided to start this campaign back in 2012 and on how it has grown year on year.
Westport continued its remarkable run of achievement in the SuperValu Tidy Town competition when it was announced today (Monday, September 8) as Ireland’s Tidiest Large Town at the national awards ceremony in The Helix in Dublin.
Marian O’Gorman and son Gregory O’Gorman of the Kilkenny Group have been named as finalists in the annual EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.
Gregory O’Gorman has been appointed as Group Marketing Director at the Kilkenny Group, having previously operated as the company’s Marketing Manager. This is the first such role within the Kilkenny Group and from his new capacity, Gregory will now oversee the areas of Visual Merchandising and Group Logistics within the company, as well as his traditional forte of Marketing and PR.
From TK Lemonade and Jacob’s Kimberly biscuits to Brennan’s Bread and Barry’s Tea, there are certain iconic products we will always associate with growing up in Ireland. New Irish brand Green Monkey Designs, based in Co Meath and new to the Kilkenny Shop, has created a range of quirky retro homeware accessories using prints of some of these traditional Irish brands, designed to stir up nostalgia and take you down memory lane.
This week, the Kilkenny Shop proudly handed over a cheque to the value of €30,000 to the St Vincent de Paul society. €15,000 of the donation was raised by Kilkenny customers in the company’s stores nationwide, with the owners of the Kilkenny Group, the O’Gorman family, offering an additional €15,000 to match the amount raised by its customers.