Some Saoirse Stuff #2
FAIR City star Rachael Pilkington has united a host of famous names to call on the Government to ban fur farming in Ireland.
Talbot Hotel, Carlow on Friday 08 August 7pm. Tickets are on sale now and moving fast so please contact Cathy Doyle on 0879817092 for all queries.
The Parish lotto jackpot is now heading for a 16,550 and it would be lovely jackpot to win.
Nine-foot fence erected in part of grounds of Mount Wolseley hotel...
The fence delineates the grounds attached to the hotel and the area owned by Donal and Breda Morrissey who live in the adjoining Mount Wolseley House and whose companies operated the hotel before it went into examinership.
Bishop sets out to meet the people
On Sunday The Episcopal Ordination of Very Rev Denis Nulty for the Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin took place in the Cathedral of the Assumption Carlow.
Mental health service 'in crisis' - Healy
Deputy Seamus Healy has called on the Minister for Health to personally intervene in the Mental Health Service in South Tipperary.
Work4You set up by Acquired Brain Injury Ireland can help people with injury return to work, training or education.
By-election to replace Hogan is delayed until spring
THE by-election to replace Phil Hogan when he becomes European Commissioner won't be held until next spring - not with two other votes to replace departed TDs in the autumn.
GP fees vary wildly from county to county
PATIENTS who need to see a GP privately can pay between a 30 and a 65 per visit, depending on where they live.
Miraculous escape for little girl (3) who crashed family car
A three year old managed to avoid injury after starting a car and crashing the vehicle into the back of a truck.
Force bishops to stand down, survivor of abuse urges Pope
Pope Francis watches as Archbishop Claudio Maria Celli, president of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications, shows him news on a tablet during a meeting at the Vatican ONE of the two Irish survivors of clerical abuse who met Pope Francis urged the pontiff to change the church's rules on clerical celibacy and let priests marry as well as ... (more)
Killenaule - Moyglass
Second annual pilgrimage to Knock celebrating Corpus Christi took place on Sunday June 22nd.
Stephen Roche urges cyclists to go loopy for charity
CYCLING legend Stephen Roche and GAA star Johnny Doyle are urging cyclists to get on their bikes next month to raise vital funds for breast cancer research.
Bank in new bid to establish whether Dunne and Killilea are still married
ULSTER Bank has joined a US bankruptcy official in questioning the marital status of bust developer Sean Dunne and socialite Gayle Killilea.