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African movie star to appear at Carlow African Film Festival

Carlow African Film Festival A real star of African film will be in Carlow this weekend as the special guest of honour when the annual Carlow African Film Festival takes place. That star is Leleti Khumalo, who appeared alongside Oscar award winner Whoopi Goldberg in...
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Another honour for famed Arboretum

Carlow’s famed Arboretum honoured Carlow’s famed Arboretum Home and Garden Heaven at Leighlinbridge has been named the National Champion for Ireland in The European Business Awards. This is Europe’s largest business competition, set up to celebrate...
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Fairgreen Shopping Centre up for sale

Fairgreen Shopping Centre for sale You can buy just about anything at the Fairgreen Shopping Centre in Carlow – even the shopping centre itself. That’s if you’ve got a spare €36 million hanging around. That’s because the Fairgreen has just been...
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Top ploughman Eamonn takes second at World Ploughing Championships

World Ploughing Championships County Carlow’s ploughing master, Eamonn Tracey from Bagenalstown, was in fine form ahead of this week’s National Ploughing Championships as he took second place in his class at the World Championships held in York, England....
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Community will do Laps of Love for Shan Tynan

Fundraising for Shan Tynan The people of Carlow are coming together once more to raise funds for local teen Shan Tynan. For 24 hours, from September 30 to October 1, the running track at St Leo’s College Carlow will come alive. Shauntelle is suffering from...
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Dublin News

From sea to air as Annalise flies high

By Laura Anderson Annalise Murphy, Boeing 737 Celebrated Olympic sailing silver medalist Annalise Murphy has become the first modern-day person to have a commercial Irish aircraft named after her. The newly-dubbed “Annalise Murphy”, an ASL Airlines Ireland...
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The time Willy Wonka dropped in for a pint

By Laura Anderson Remembering Gene Wilder Famous for handing out golden tickets in Willy Wonka, Gene Wilder also played a character who was fond of the black stuff. The legendary American actor may have passed away this month but for many Dubliners his visit here in...
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It’s the great school divide as league table published

By Laura Anderson Southside private pupils do better than Northside peers The perceived divide between North and South Dublin appears all too real as the recently published secondary school league table shows a marked difference between the two areas. According to the...
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Children in Hospital Ireland need your help

By Laura Anderson Put smiles on the faces of sick children Children in Hospital Ireland (CHI) is looking for caring, compassionate people to put smiles on the faces of sick children. “Hospital can be very stressful for both children and parents,” said...
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Shortage of student housing sees rents soar

By Sinéad Fitzgerald Rising demand for student housing There has always been a lot to think about when you accept a place in college. How hard is it going to be? Which societies should you join? Will you see your friends if you’re in different blocks? And of...
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Wicklow News

Culture Night Wicklow has plenty for young people

Culture Night Wicklow This year, Culture Night falls on September 16. In case you aren’t aware of Culture Night it is an annual event where cultural organisations, institutions, individuals and various others open their doors and programme free one off events on a...
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We’re not building houses on Carlisle Grounds – say Wanderers

No houses or offices on Carlisle Grounds “We are not planning to build houses or offices on the Carlisle Grounds.” That’s the claim of Bray Wanderers Chairman Denis O’Connor following recent reports and rumours that the owners of the club are...
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600 houses planned for Fassaroe

Plans for 658-unit Fassaroe housing development A planning application has been lodged with Wicklow County Council seeking permission to build a 658-unit housing development in Fassaroe. The applications, lodged by The Cosgrave Property Group, includes plans for...
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Repeal the 8th Amendment Meeting in Greystones

The campaign to Repeal the 8th Amendment has swiftly garnered momentum as of late, in the wake of the United Nations’ expression of ‘great concern’ regarding the rights of young women in Ireland. Since 1983, three abortion referendums have been held...
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Passion to perform in Arklow

Imagine a musical ensemble that performs – all in the same breath – French Cabaret, Tango, and popular music from Italy and South America. Imagine it composed of three renowned and incredibly talented musical artists, all of whom have toured solo and in...
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Donnelly quits Social Democrats

Stephen Donnelly has today announced his decision to leave the Social Democrats with immediate effect. Donnelly, who was a founding member and co-leader of the party which launched in July 2015, said that he reached the decision following “a prolonged period of...
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Latest News From Carlow

African movie star to appear at Carlow African Film Festival

Carlow African Film Festival A real star of African film will be in Carlow this weekend as the special guest of honour when the annual Carlow African Film Festival takes place. That star is Leleti Khumalo, who appeared alongside Oscar award winner Whoopi Goldberg in...

Latest News From Dublin

From sea to air as Annalise flies high

By Laura Anderson Annalise Murphy, Boeing 737 Celebrated Olympic sailing silver medalist Annalise Murphy has become the first modern-day person to have a commercial Irish aircraft named after her. The newly-dubbed “Annalise Murphy”, an ASL Airlines Ireland...

Latest News From Wicklow

Culture Night Wicklow has plenty for young people

Culture Night Wicklow This year, Culture Night falls on September 16. In case you aren’t aware of Culture Night it is an annual event where cultural organisations, institutions, individuals and various others open their doors and programme free one off events on a...

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