Carlow News

Exhibitions give an insight into life during the pandemic

  By Suzanne Pender TWO thought-provoking and deeply moving exhibitions were recently launched in Visual featuring wonderful contributions from Carlow people. Carlow Portraits is a unique new work by artist Tadhg O’Sullivan, based on encounters with 43 older members of...

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Death notices and funeral arrangements

David (Mordock) Keane John Street, Carlow, on 24 October 2021, suddenly, at his home. Predeceased by his parents Barney and Ethel....

Monday, 25/10/21 - 2:46pm Read More

Shop window at Potato Market smashed

By Elizabeth Lee GARDAÍ have arrested and detained a teenager after he smashed a shop window in Carlow town by...

Monday, 25/10/21 - 2:23pm Read More

Fireworks seized by gardaí

  By Elizabeth Lee Gardaí seized a quantity of fireworks during the course of a search of a house in...

Monday, 25/10/21 - 1:47pm Read More

Overdraft in place for 2022

By Suzanne Pender THE local authority has agreed to put the facilities in place for an overdraft in 2022, should...

Monday, 25/10/21 - 1:30pm Read More

Spooky walk in Crettyard

By Suzanne Pender WITCHES, ghouls and goblins be at the ready because on Sunday 31 October there’s lots of Halloween...

Monday, 25/10/21 - 11:00am Read More

Communion Day in Clonegal

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Sunday, 24/10/21 - 5:00pm Read More

National News

Carbon budgets proposed to cut Irish emissions by 51% by 2030

By David Young, PA Ireland’s Climate Change Advisory Council has outlined proposals to cut emissions by more than 50 per cent by the end of the decade. The independent group that advises the Government on its climate policy has signed...

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UK Brexit minister sets December deadline for reaching protocol agreement with EU

By Patrick Daly, PA Political Correspondent A December deadline has been set for the UK and the European Union to...

Monday, 25/10/21 - 6:20pm Read More

‘Significant’ rise in ICU admissions for pregnant women with Covid-19

By David Young, PA Ireland has witnessed a significant increase in the number of pregnant women with Covid-19 requiring intensive...

Monday, 25/10/21 - 5:45pm Read More

Dublin Fire Brigade plead with public to only attend organised events over Halloween

Dublin Fire Brigade have asked the public to only attend organised events over the Halloween period. The emergency fire service...

Monday, 25/10/21 - 5:39pm Read More

Gardaí appeal for witnesses following hit-and-run incident in Galway

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses of a serious hit-and-run road traffic collision which happened in Galway on Sunday night. The...

Monday, 25/10/21 - 4:04pm Read More

Carlow Sport

Myshall to contest yet another Carlow camogie final

CARLOW’S all-conquering camogie queens, Myshall, are back in yet another Carlow senior final with their eyes on an incredible 22nd consecutive title after they beat St Mullins in the semi-final by 2-12 to 0-6. First half goals from Ali Ruschitzko...

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Daly back for Connacht for much anticipated clash with Ulster at Aviva Stadium

TOM Daly is one of three changes for Connacht, along with Kieran Marmion and Eoghan Masterson, for tomorrow’s hugely anticipated...

Friday, 22/10/21 - 4:01pm Read More

Walsh nets hat-trick for Rangers in U13 final

MOUNT LEINSTER RANGERS 6-6 BALLINKILLEN 2-1 By Kieran Murphy MOUNT Leinster Rangers won the Under 13 Hurling B Final at...

Thursday, 21/10/21 - 10:47am Read More

Bagenalstown win high quality U13 Final

BAGENALSTOWN GAELS 1-12 NAOMH EOIN 0-7 By Kieran Murphy This was an evenly contested Under 13 Division 1 hurling final...

Thursday, 21/10/21 - 10:41am Read More

Former Clonmore footballer passes away in Galway

ANTHONY (Tony) Doheny, Tulach na Carraige, Loughrea, Co Galway, whose death occurred peacefully on Friday, September 24 at University Hospital,...

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