Champions of Leinster
The parish priest in Borris must have the best gig in town, no doubt about it. If his congregation contains even half of the MLR crowd that were in Nowlan Park on Sunday and if even half of them again respond to gospel teachings the way they respond to every MLR puck, block, hook, step, shot, hit, catch, or you name it, then that is one lucky preacher.
Delegation discuss pylon plans in Dail
Cllrs. William Quinn and William Paton accompanied members of the 'Save Our Heartland Group' to Dáil Eireann recently to attend a meeting of the Join Oireachtas Committee on Transport and Communications.
Woman who was abused by former US marine waves right to anonymity
A Carlow woman who was molested by her uncle as a young child has waived her right to anonymity so 'the world can know he is a child abuser'.
Young man injured in traffic accident
A 22-year-old man was said to have been 'seriously injured' following a serious road traffic collision on the Bagenalstown to Borris Road on Saturday night. The single vehicle collision took place at approximately 9:50 p.m. on Saturday night when the car left the road at Kilcummey.
Dedicated followers of youth fashions
Fans of fine fashion flocked to Colaiste Eoin on Thursday night as the school held a fashion-show fundraiser.
Date set for Chada murder trial
A trial date has been set for next November for Sanjeev Chada, the Ballinkillen man who stands accused of murdering his two sons. Sanjeev (43) is charged with the murder of his sons Eoghan (10) and Ruairi (5) at Rosbeg, Westport on July 29, 2013. The bodies of the two boys were found in a car which Sanjeev Chada had crashed.
Mooney Installation Award for Borris Lodge Nursing Home
The Borris Lodge Nursing Home was awarded the prestigious Brecan Mooney Installation of the Year Award for its low-energy and low-carbon heating system derived from geothermal energy.
Eirgrid extend consultation period
Following a number of complaints from groups such as 'Save Our Heartland' in Carlow, EirGrid have decided to extend their third public consultation on their multi-million euro Gridlink project until Tuesday, January 7, 2014.
Lane delays ambulance after woman falls through roof
A woman who fell through the roof of a house in Harristown, Graiguenamanagh, was delayed in getting to hospital as a result of the poor condition of the laneway which leads up to six houses there.
Carlow man acquitted of raping his nieces
A Carlow man has been acquitted of raping his nieces over 30 years ago but the jury has failed to agree on charges he sexually abused the girls and their next door neighbour.