Tidy Towns awards Picturesque Clonegal came out tops again in County Carlow in this year’s Tidy Towns award - but again, local joy was tempered by a touch of disappointment too, as they again just missed out on the overall national award....read more
US election politics at Carlow College Carlow College (St Patrick’s) is hosting a four-part debate and discussion series on the US Presidential Election every Wednesday during the month of October. The series will incorporate all sides of the political discourse going...read more
New book by Turtle Bunbury Carlow author Turtle Bunbury has just seen the publication of his latest work – a collection of tales of characters and events from the year 1847. It’s a year that may be most remembered in Ireland as ‘Black 47’ because of the Famine, but...read more
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 business excellence...read more
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 placed on the...read more
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. Indeed, such...read more
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 cancer so...read more
Latest News From Carlow
Rising business insurance costs burden pub owners Almost one in four pub owners have had difficulty paying for business insurance, new research conducted by Vintners' Federation of Ireland (VFI) members reveals. The vast majority (88%) of publicans reported to VFI...
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€540k will support job creation in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown within a year Local Enterprise Office approves €540k to support job creation in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown and will create 44 jobs to start with and over 100 jobs within the next twelve months. Local Enterprise...
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Groove Festival announce headliners This year's Groove Festival is set to be Loaded with great acts as UB40 and Primal Scream have been announced as headliners. Groove announced that the world's most successful reggae band UB40 will be bringing their show to...