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Kilkenny Music Festival has launched its annual event and announced that this year there will be six new competitions during its 11th Festival.
Carlow county has been beleagured by burglaries in the last week. No less than four burglaries are being investigated by gardaí in Carlow town and Tullow. On September 11, a woman had her handbag pilfered in Cassy’s Beauty Salon in Tullow town. A total of €1,500 cash was stolen from the women’s bag in the store at around 2pm. On the same day, at St Joseph’s National School, a video recorder was taken when thieves forced a window open on the premises on St Joseph’s Road to gain entry. On Saturday, September 13 at around 3.30am, the main Post Office in Carlow town was tampered with when trespassers gained entry through an unlocked window. Though nothing was taken, gardaí are seeking anyone who has any information about the incident. Meanwhile, on Sunday evening, September 14 at around 8pm, two handbags were stolen from the kitchen of a house in Mill Race on the Old Burrin Road.
Nine children’s groups in Galway have topped the local vote in AIB’s Better Ireland Programme. They have each received a donation of €10,000 from AIB branches in their area.
The proposed new N4 route corridor between Mullingar and Roosky will threaten the existence of several Special Areas of Conservation (SACs) and National Heritage Areas (NHAs) of European importance, according to a speaker at a public meeting in Multyfarnham on Tuesday night.
The ninth annual Irish Conker Championship is kicking off this month in Freshford, Co Kilkenny.
LAMA award-winning Galway company Winters Property Management has announced that Tom Murphy is to take over the role of managing director, leaving his current position of director of operations.
A Kilkenny youth has been awarded for his braverey when he assisted a woman in trouble in the river in Kilkenny.
St Joseph’s National School, Derrywash are organising a 25 Drive (partners) fundraising card game for Monday December 1 in the Welcome Inn, Castlebar at 9pm sharp.
Congratulations to the winner of the Kilkenny Advertiser Christmas Art Competition - Rachael Henry, age 11, Poulacapple National School, Callan.
Galway city schools are leading the way in the Green Home programme. Gaelscoil Dara and St James’ National School - one of the first group of schools to participate in, and complete, the programme - are now proudly flying their Green Home flags above their schools.