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Kilkenny Music Festival 2010 postponed

Due to adverse weather conditions and the resultant shortening of preparation time, Kilkenny Music Festival will be postponed to February 24 to 28 inclusive.

Angels visit Kilkenny for exhibition of hope

Neil Jordan, The Edge, Uma Thurman and other Irish and international celebrities bring messages of hope to Kilkenny this week with the ‘Angels – Beacons of Hope’exhibition currently taking over the grounds of Kilkenny Castle.

South Tipp mental health patients to move to Kilkenny

Mental health patients who are currently being treated in a facility in South Tipperary will soon be transferred to St Luke’s Hospital Psychiatric ward in Kilkenny.

Interested in growing your own food in Kilkenny?

The first meeting of GIY Kilkenny is taking place at 7.30pm on Thursday February 4, at City Hall.

Kilkenny woman’s takes on traditional male role in IFA

A Kilkenny farming woman has defied the odds and become the first female chairperson of the Kilkenny IFA this week.

IMPACT prepare for Carlow-Kilkenny action over pay cuts

IMPACT trade union, which represents more than 1,200 public servants in Carlow and Kilkenny held information meetings for members on Monday and Tuesday this week in advance of industrial action to take place from Monday January 25.

Enable Ireland open 21st charity shop in Kilkenny

Mayor of Kilkenny Malcolm Noonan along with, guest of honour, ten year old David O’Keeffe from Thomastown, will open Enable Ireland’s 21st Charity Shop at 17 High Street, Kilkenny today Friday 22 January at 11am.

Integration forum established by Mayor in Kilkenny

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The inaugural meeting of a forum established to encourage interaction in relation to integration issues in the City and County of Kilkenny took place in City Hall last week and was hosted by Mayor Malcolm Noonan.

Kilkenny school links with State Street in business plan for students

A Kilkenny school is twinning with a locally based company to give its students the business edge that will help them to develop their careers when they enter the workforce.

Phelan to make special case for roads in Carlow-Kilkenny

Fine Gael senator John Paul Phelan, has vowed to make a special plea to Government for emergency funding for much needed road repairs in the Carlow-Kilkenny area.

 

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