Grace 2nd in national Live Life film contest
Carlow Student Grace Murphy has come second in the National 'Live Life, Love Day' Film Competition in IT Tralee. The day was held in memory of the inspirational Donal Walsh and in co-operation with the Live Life Foundation.
Homes here face 3rd highest bills - Big Energy Switch
Customers in County Carlow have the third highest average electricity bills in the country, according to a new survey of consumers who have joined the Big Energy Switch.
380 business premises left lying empty
A TOTAL of 380 of the 2,849 commercial addresses recorded in Carlow in 2013 were vacant, according to new figures published by GeoDirectory last week.
Three Carlow singers in Pan Celtic National final
A total of three Carlow singer/songwriters are set to battle it out in the Pan Celtic National Song Contest which will take place in the Seven Oaks Hotel, Carlow on Saturday, March 8 at 8 p.m.
Magical trip for kids on the Easter express
Following the massive success of their Santa Train which sold over 45,000 tickets last year, leading destination and activity store Rathwood has announced that it will once again host an Easter Train event this year.
A MAJOR Garda investigation is under way after hundreds of customers of Bank of Ireland branches in Borris and Graiguenamanagh had their savings stolen in the latest bank card skimming scam to strike the South East.
Rangers 'fine tuned' for final thanks to Pat
Mount Leinster Rangers fans and many others around Carlow have been humming the same tune over the past week as they get ready for the All Ireland Club Hurling Final on St Patrick's Day.
Saoirse in running for award at IFTAs
Ardattin teenager Saoirse Ronan has been nominated in the Best Lead Actress category at this year's Irish Film and Television Awards (IFTAs).
Rugby club's 'Stars in Your Eyes' launched Tullow's top talent competition
The official launch of Tullow RFC's 'Stars in Your Eyes' fundraiser took place in Mount Wolsely Hotel on Thursday evening. The launch introduced each of the competitors, although some needed no introduction with the Tullow Tank himself, Sean O'Brien in attendance.
Pádraig through to next round of 'Voice'
Carlow People journalist Pádraig Byrne managed to make it through his Voice of Ireland Battle on Sunday night and claim a place in the live shows, due to begin on March 16.