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There is hope for Kilkenny's broadband nightmare- Sean Butler

Labour candidate for Kilkenny city, Sean Butler, spoke of his hope for an end to the nightmare many people are facing in and around Kilkenny City in obtaining a proper high speed broadband service.

RSA seeks views of truckers on work time rules

Bus and truck drivers including operators are being asked by the Road Safety Authority (RSA) for their views on planned changes to their working time rules. The changes are being proposed by the EU and apply to any drivers and travelling staff using buses and trucks which are fitted with tachographs.

Galway voters have nothing to fear from Lisbon, says NUIG EU law lecturer

If you spend enough time listening to the Yes and No to Lisbon Treaty campaigns you could be forgiven for thinking Lisbon is a magic cure for all Ireland’s economic woes or a document which champions rampant capitalism and militarism.

White meets Lenihan to discuss Thomastown weir and Carlow rivers

Green Party TD for Carlow/Kilkenny, Mary White, met the Minister of State with responsibility for Natural Resources, Conor Lenihan, last week to discuss river quality issues concerning the Nore, Barrow, and Suir.

Mayo group water schemes officially opened

Minister of State at the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Michael Kitt TD officially opened the Mayo bundle No 1 Group Water Schemes Project this week and announced a further €12 million for the county for the upgrade of water schemes.

Tractorcade brings city to a standstill

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The AA reported very severe traffic disruption in Kilkenny on Monday last following the protest carried out by Kilkenny farmers about recent cuts to their income.

Economics now engulf our politics

The Fianna Fáil Ard Fheis, recent opinion polls, and normal political activity are all being overshadowed by the perilous state of the economy. I have always believed that politics follows economics – to coin Bill Clinton’s phrase “It’s the economy, stupid”.

Economics now engulf our politics

The Fianna Fáil Ard Fheis, recent opinion polls, and normal political activity are all being overshadowed by the perilous state of the economy. I have always believed that politics follows economics – to coin Bill Clinton’s phrase “It’s the economy, stupid”.

Economics now engulf our politics

The Fianna Fáil Ard Fheis, recent opinion polls, and normal political activity are all being overshadowed by the perilous state of the economy. I have always believed that politics follows economics – to coin Bill Clinton’s phrase “It’s the economy, stupid”.

Libertas candidates tell Castlebar meeting they will fight for farm freedom

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Libertas candidates will make defending Irish agriculture their “highest priority” if elected to the European Parliament, Declan Ganley and Raymond O’Malley told a crowd of over 100 people in Castlebar on Tuesday night.

 

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