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Two life sentences to be served by Hennessy for Christmas day murders

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A 23-year-old Kilkenny man has been sentenced to life in prison by the Central Criminal Court for the murders of a young mother and her two daughters last Christmas morning.

It’s hard to have hope - but that’s what we need

It’s so easy to be on a downer; no money, no work (or an unpleasant job), horrible weather, forgot to lose that stone before Christmas, have to work New Year’s Eve, gas bill arrived. There’s no doubting it, it’s easy to get bogged down in life.

It’s hard to have hope - but that’s what we need

It’s so easy to be on a downer; no money, no work (or an unpleasant job), horrible weather, forgot to lose that stone before Christmas, have to work New Year’s Eve, gas bill arrived. There’s no doubting it, it’s easy to get bogged down in life.

2009- another super year for the Cats

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The year 2009 has come to an end, so it is time to reflect on what was once again another brilliant year for Kilkenny hurling at both county and club level. It goes without saying that for everyone the highlight at county level was the first Sunday in September when the super Cats landed the incredible four-in-a-row after a pulsating final against the old enemy Tipperary.

High rent and restrictions may sound death knell for Supermacs

The jobs of 35 employees of the Supermacs fast food chain are in jeopardy this week following a massive blaze that completely gutted the interior of the building on the High Street in the city.

Yorkshire racecourse awards scholarship in honour of tragic jockey Jamie Kyne

The young Claregalway jockey who lost his life in a house fire in the UK last year is to be remembered with a scholarship from a UK racecourse.

The Claddagh market

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Grace Henry was born in Aberdeen in 1868. She studied art in Paris where she worked with Andre Lhote. It was there she met the Irish artist Paul Henry, and they married in 1903. They returned to Ireland to paint. In 1912 they went on holiday to Achill Island, and ended up staying there for eight years. They both painted a lot on the island, but also in other areas in the west. Her work was very influenced by Paul in those years. Eventually they moved back to Dublin and, in the late 1920s, they separated. They continued to paint and each developed a major artistic reputation. Grace died in 1953.

Man in his forties dies in Ballyvary house fire

The body of a 43-year-old milk delivery man was discovered in his home in Currane, near Ballyvary, after midnight on Tuesday following a fire at the house.

Dubs earn the spoils over determined Kilkenny outfit

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Kilkenny’s under 14 team faced Dublin side NDSL over the weekend in the Inter League. The game started at a frantic pace with Kilkenny matching the Dublin side for skill and pace and determination. But it was Dublin who made the breakthrough with a goal from Jamie Walsh.

Defendant apologises for attacking senator’s office

The man who is alleged to have smeared human excrement on the door of Senator Camillus Glynn’s office knows that he may face prison for his actions.

 

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