Carlow News

Get creative with upcycling competition

By Suzanne Pender RECENT events have resulted in a significant increase in the number of Carolvians who are exploring their creative side to really excelling at DIY upcycling projects. Lots of people in have joined the upcycling trend and found...

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Water outage today in parts of Co Carlow

By Suzanne Pender IRISH Water is working in partnership with Carlow County Council to carry out essential repairs to a...

Thursday, 28/05/20 - 3:35pm Read More

Sean O’Brien autobiography on the way

By Suzanne Pender SEAN O’Brien fans received some exciting news today with the announcement that Sean is about to release...

Thursday, 28/05/20 - 2:54pm Read More

A spotless spiritual cleanse at St Clare’s

  PEOPLE can enjoy a quiet prayer and reflection at St Clare’s Church in Graiguecullen thanks to the efforts of...

Thursday, 28/05/20 - 2:54pm Read More

What it’s like to live… on a Covid-free island

Fiona Glynn is a teacher who’s originally from Palatine, Carlow. Two years ago, she and her family, husband Jesse and...

Thursday, 28/05/20 - 1:30pm Read More

Latest Carlow Covid-19 figure

The number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 remained the same in Carlow as the Health Protection Surveillance Centre has today...

Wednesday, 27/05/20 - 6:43pm Read More

What it’s like to live… in New York state during lockdown

John Lowry spent most of his formative years in St Killian’s Crescent, Carlow. His father was the late Paddy Lowry,...

Wednesday, 27/05/20 - 6:30pm Read More

National News

Covid-19 payment will not be taken back from people in receipt of other state supports

By Paul Hosford Outgoing Minister for Social Protection Regina Doherty denied that people are “gaming the system”. There will be no clawback of payments made to those on the Pandemic Unemployment Payment who are also in receipt of other state...

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‘Are they working on a plan?’: Cork widower wants clarity on cancer screening services

By Olivia Kelleher The HSE needs to urgently address Covid-19 restrictions as it is unacceptable a woman in this country...

Thursday, 28/05/20 - 2:10pm Read More

HSE does not know number of possible delayed cancer diagnoses

HSE CEO Paul Reid gave the weekly update on Covid-19 response in Ireland today at the UCD O’Brien Centre for...

Thursday, 28/05/20 - 12:50pm Read More

Met Éireann expects hottest day of the year today as temperatures soar

Met Éireann expects today to be the hottest day of the year. Temperatures could reach 28 degrees in some places...

Thursday, 28/05/20 - 12:40pm Read More

Minister Halligan: ‘If I was Fine Gael I’d go back to the country’

By Vivienne Clarke The outgoing Minister also said that the system where he was still a Minister even though he...

Thursday, 28/05/20 - 12:20pm Read More

Carlow Sport

Walsh takes second at All-Ireland darts

By Harry Shorthose CARLOW’S Shane Walsh was runner-up in the Virtual Darts All-Ireland singles tournament on Saturday from the comfort of his own home. The Bilboa man was one of two representatives from Carlow to qualify for the tournament, alongside...

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Cows calving and training done: Sean O’Brien enjoying life in lockdown

    By John Foley SEAN O’Brien is enjoying his break from rugby by making sure the cows are calving...

Wednesday, 27/05/20 - 9:00pm Read More

Sports Profile: Pat Fahy

‘We are flat out breaking and schooling horses, we have never been busier’   What was your childhood ambition? To...

Wednesday, 27/05/20 - 1:53pm Read More

Juvenile soccer season bites the dust

By Harry Shorthose THE Carlow and District Juveniles League has also made the decision to cancel the rest of the...

Tuesday, 26/05/20 - 10:24am Read More

No Premier Division champions as Carlow league cancels season

By Harry Shorthose THE Carlow & District League’s decision to end the 2019-2020 season with immediate effect has been met...

Tuesday, 26/05/20 - 10:22am Read More

National Sport

13 classic Champions League finals to be shown on Irish television this weekend

By Joel Slattery One of the benefits of the lockdown is the amount of classic sport that has been shown on television over the last few months. Between RTÉ, TG4 and eir Sport digging into the GAA archives, and classic...

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