Carlow News

Seven new cases of Covid-19 reported in Carlow on Monday

Seven further cases of Covid-19 were confirmed in Carlow on Monday evening as nationally no new deaths were recorded. Of the 381 new cases notified nationally today: 192 are men / 188 are women 77% are under 45 years of...

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Traffic congestion worsens because of school buses

TRAFFIC congestion in Bagenalstown and Borris has gotten worse since the pandemic because of the increased number of school buses...

Monday, 10/05/21 - 6:21pm Read More

Death notices and funeral announcements

  Michael (Mick) Gray Harbour Street, Ballynacargy, Co. Westmeath and Carlow, (suddenly) at the Mater Hospital, Dublin, pre-deceased by his...

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Rain fails to dampen spirits in Carlow’s ‘darkness’ walk

  Chairperson of Carlow’s Darkness into light, Dolores O’Neill, centre, with Gene Kurpaviciute and Dovile Coppola    Jane Coleman and...

Monday, 10/05/21 - 5:36pm Read More

Grounds for optimism but remain cautious –HSE

  Let’s protect the progress that we’ve made. It’s too precious to let it slip.   That’s the message from...

Monday, 10/05/21 - 4:48pm Read More

Carlow community groups urged to apply for renewal scheme

COMMUNITY groups, business representative organisations and interested parties are being called on to make their innovative projects come to fruition...

Monday, 10/05/21 - 4:40pm Read More

Lauren and Sean’s 500km challenge

  By Suzanne Pender A LOCAL couple have set themselves the ambitious challenge of completing 500km in the month of...

Monday, 10/05/21 - 4:00pm Read More

National News

Man found guilty of ‘brutal and pre-mediated’ Kildare murder appeals conviction

Michael McAleer A man who was found guilty of carrying out a “brutal and pre-meditated” gun murder has told the Court of Appeal that he did not give permission for his legal team to allow a garda’s evidence go unchallenged...

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Doug Beattie confirms UUP leadership bid

By Jonathan McCambridge and Rebecca Black, PA Former British army captain Doug Beattie has confirmed he will stand to become...

Monday, 10/05/21 - 8:03pm Read More

Covid vaccine: Will we need booster doses in the future?

Kenneth Fox As the vaccine rollout continues across the State, questions remain about how Covid will evolve in the coming...

Monday, 10/05/21 - 7:15pm Read More

Businesses reopening today ‘may have to deal with Brexit challenges’

By Michelle Devane, PA Businesses who are reopening for the first time this year due to the lifting of Covid-19...

Monday, 10/05/21 - 7:04pm Read More

Losing bidder for library IT contract begins legal action

An unsuccessful tenderer for a multi-million euro computer system for the country’s public libraries has sued over the awarding of...

Monday, 10/05/21 - 6:07pm Read More

Carlow Sport

Injury to Whelan overshadows Carlow win

A potentially serious injury to midfielder Ciaran Whelan, before the game even started, marred what was an otherwise perfect first game under new manager Tom Mullally for the Carlow hurlers today in Netwatch Cullen Park. Whelan suffered an ankle injury...

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Be Sound or Be Silent – Carlow GAA launch new initiative

CARLOW GAA have launched a new initiative – Be Sound or Be Silent – aimed promoting atmosphere on the sidelines...

Friday, 07/05/21 - 12:06pm Read More

Larkin looking forward to getting down to training with Ballinkillen, but first is planning to take points off Carlow

WHEN Carlow take on Wicklow on Sunday in the first round of the Division 2A senior hurling league Eoin Larkin...

Thursday, 06/05/21 - 3:46pm Read More

Carlow begin life after Bonnar with home tie against Wicklow

THE new Carlow senior hurling management team has big shoes to fill. In his four years in charge former manager,...

Thursday, 06/05/21 - 3:02pm Read More

FAI Launches Online Referee Beginner Courses

EVERY football fan is quick with an opinion on the performance of a referee and now the FAI are giving...

Wednesday, 05/05/21 - 7:36pm Read More