11 jobs go as Thermo Air closes

By Suzanne Pender ONE of Carlow’s last surviving foreign direct investments (FDIs) from the 1980s has closed with the loss of 11 jobs. Thermo Air Ireland, Strawhall, Carlow has closed after more than 40 years in the town – a...

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Dolmen closed to the public for the first time in 4,000 years!

  By Suzanne Pender FOR the first time in 4,000 years, the Browneshill Dolmen is closed to the public. The decision by the Office of Public Works (OPW) to halt work on the historic site was described as “an unacceptable...

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Laois outdoes Carlow in providing houses in Graigue

    By Suzanne Pender THE Laois section of a housing development planned for Graiguecullen is almost ready for allocation,...

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Man was struck with golf club and spent six days in hospital

  By Suzanne Pender A RESIDENT in a Bagenalstown housing estate was viciously assaulted with a golf club and ended...

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Artistic kids pick up prizes for their posters

Elliott McCarthy from Ballyconnell NS By Suzanne Pender CREATIVE flair was certainly in full flow among local primary school children...

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Prolific Borris author has written five books in just two years

By Suzanne Pender PROLIFIC is certainly the word to describe a Borris writer who in just two years has managed...

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