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This photograph of a group of postmen was taken on December 17 1928 outside the General Post Office in Eglinton Street. The sorting office was inside the double gate, as was the long narrow passage that brought one into the back of the post office. The car in the background was a Model T. Notice the cobbled footpath.
It’s beginning to get really exciting now as election fever takes over.
In light of the recent harsh budget Kilkenny Local Authorities must now reduce rents according to Frank Kavanagh, independent candidate in the Local Elections.
Only three months to go to the Local Elections and this week Grassroots is concentrating on the battle for the 12 seats on the borough council.
A face that many may be familiar with in Kilkenny is that of Frank Kavanagh and many may not be surprised to learn that he has finally put himself forward as an independent candidate in the upcoming local elections.
An interesting week it has been. Kilkenny politics has taken a turn as Biffo waved his recession wand over the Marble City by casting to the back benches one of the only men capable of directing the Government out of the crisis they have gotten us in.
With 20 days to go to the local elections, the gloves are off, the knives are out and the newly liveried vehicles are parked all over the city.
Independent candidate in the local election Eugene McGuinness has warned that any action taken on taxi ranks in the city needs to be done in full consultation with the Kilkenny taxi drivers.
With a total of 11 Independent candidates running in this year’s local elections, it was surprising to learn late on Sunday evening that only one of them was successful in taking a seat on Kilkenny local authorities this time around.