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Concern over major spike in burglaries

Gardaí in Kilkenny have expressed concern over the rise in the number of burglaries taking place in the city and surrounding district in recent weeks.

Change of start point for fun run

Nicholas Dunphy from Ballycallan, in association with The Drum Youth Centre, is organising a 10km Fun Run on Sunday, February 19.

Kilkenny’s cultural organisations gather at Fáilte Ireland workshop

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Two of Kilkenny’s key cultural and heritage organisations, Butler Gallery and the National Craft Gallery, were among a group of cultural experts who took part in Fáilte Ireland’s Cultural Insights Initiative.

Free writers’ workshops begin in local libraries

Kilkenny County Council Arts Office and Library Service has announced its spring 2012 free writers’ workshops.

Support the arts on your doorstep

We in Kilkenny are lucky to have such a vibrant artistic community in our midst, so much so that we almost take for granted that there is probably live music or theatre options available seven nights a week in the city and across the county.

Young stars shine for YIFMAs

Kilkenny's Young Irish Film Makers is rolling out the red carpet for its young members, whose work will be celebrated at this year’s awards ceremony – ‘The YIFMAs’.

Funchion hits out at Kilkenny TDs

Councillor Kathleen Funchion has criticised Kilkenny’s TDs, following the publication of new IDA figures which reveal that Kilkenny is a long way behind neighbouring counties in terms of job creation and grant aid.

Phelan welcomes 2012 road grants

Kilkenny Labour TD Ann Phelan welcomed the 2012 maintenance and improvement grants announced this week for Carlow and Kilkenny.

Man released following city centre assault

A man who was arrested for questioning following a serious assault in the city on Saturday night last has been released without charge.

Support sought for hurling ‘Walk of Fame’

Local business Murphy’s jewellers will seek the support of Kilkenny local authorities for a hurling ‘Walk of Fame’, featuring a series of bronze plaques, to be inlaid at a public place in the city.

 

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