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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.
One of the first social events on the Galway Race Week calendar is First Furlong at The Ardilaun hotel in aid of The National Breast Cancer Research Institute.
The popular Glamour at the g charity Fashion Show, that takes place on June 12, has a fantastic selection of items donated by participating fashion designers and milliners to be won on the night.
Fashionistas are set for the style event of the year when the g Hotel hosts a bonanza fashion show in aid of Console, COPE Galway and Irish Autism Action on June 12.
Fianna Fáil has welcomed the Government’s decision to accept the Parental Leave Bill 2013, presented in the Seanad by Senator Mary White.
The Deputy Mayor Fine Gael Cllr David Fitzgerald has urged all newly elected Carlow Kilkenny deputies to bring about change in our society and in our political system.
“It is entirely up to the people of Carlow Kilkenny as to what they do with their votes but unless there are two seats in this constituency there may not be a senior minister position.” That’s the warning from incoming Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, in last week’s Kilkenny Advertiser. So what happened to picking the best person for the job? Surely that’s what we’re electing this government for, not to return favours to vote getters, regardless of their ability? We’ve seen enough gobshites topping the poll over the years, Bertie Ahern, Padraig Flynn, Jackie Healy-Rae immediately spring to mind, and dragging in a second or even a third candidate on their coat tails. We want the best man or woman for the job, Mr Kenny, the days of returning favours are over. If you don’t believe me ask the IMF or the ECB.
Green Party TD for Carlow/Kilkenny, Mary White, has said that although the Green’s are polling drastically in recent political opinion polls, she hopes that she will do well on election day and remain on as a TD for Carlow Kilkenny.
Fine Gael Leader Enda Kenny, while on his constituency visit to Carlow Kilkenny this week, had a sharp message for voters in the constituency.
Green Party deputy leader Mary White TD has called on RTÉ and other broadcasters to schedule debates between leading female representatives of political parties during the forthcoming election campaign.