Family and friends mourn the passing of much-loved John

By Charlie Keegan JOHN Farrell, The Willows, Hacketstown Road, Carlow lost his long and brave battle with motor neurone disease (MND) on Saturday night, 14 November, passing away peacefully at his home, surrounded by his loving family. News of John’s...

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Webinar on plan for high-speed broadband

  By Suzanne Pender NATIONAL Broadband Ireland (NBI), the company working to deliver the government’s National Broadband Plan, will hold a webinar with Carlow County Council later this month. With the issue of broadband more important than ever, the meeting...

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Vaccines are coming, but we still need to do our bit

By Dr Fionnuala Ní Ghrainne EVERY time I plan to do another article, I wonder what more I can write...

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Carlow connections to Bloody Sunday 1920

    By Charlie Keegan SATURDAY 21 November was the 100th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, when 14 innocent people, including...

Wednesday, 25/11/20 - 9:44am Read More

Warm tributes paid to retiring council official Máire Murphy

    By Suzanne Pender A LIFETIME of service to Carlow County Council was acknowledged at a recent council meeting ...

Tuesday, 24/11/20 - 5:24pm Read More

Cllr Wallace calls for ‘revenge porn’ to be made a criminal offence

By Suzanne Pender A LOCAL councillor has called for so-called ‘revenge porn’ to be made a criminal offence following the...

Tuesday, 24/11/20 - 5:18pm Read More

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