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Tuesday, 23 May 2017 18:03

BOY (13) KNOCKED DOWN.

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  13 year old knocked down in Mooncoin   Posted on May 23, 2017 The child has been removed by ambulance to Waterford University hospital as a precautionary measure 51 SHARES ShareTweet A 13 year old child was knocked down in Mooncoin this morning. Emergency services were called to the scene before 10am. The child has been removed by ambulance to Waterford University hospital as a precautionary measure but any injuries are said to be ‘non life-threatening’. Gardai say the road there is clear again.
Tuesday, 23 May 2017 18:03

BOY (13) KNOCKED DOWN .

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  13 year old knocked down in Mooncoin   Posted on May 23, 2017 The child has been removed by ambulance to Waterford University hospital as a precautionary measure 51 SHARES ShareTweet A 13 year old child was knocked down in Mooncoin this morning. Emergency services were called to the scene before 10am. The child has been removed by ambulance to Waterford University hospital as a precautionary measure but any injuries are said to be ‘non life-threatening’. Gardai say the road there is clear again.
  Cardiac care for South East to be discussed at public meeting in Thomastown   It’s been organised by Kilkenny/Carlow Red Cross 2 SHARES ShareTweet Setting up a new Red Cross branch and positive ways to improve your health are among the topics up for discussion at an event locally this evening. You’re being invited along to the Health and Wellbeing Evening in Thomastown Community Centre, which is being organised by the Kilkenny Carlow Red Cross. Guest speaker, and retired consultant surgeon, Dr Patrick Condon will also be talking about the urgent need for 24/7 cardiac care in the South…
Kilkenny to push for more action horse-drawn vehicles. COUNCILLOR McGUINNESS PRESSES NEW BY-LAWS  Cllr Andrew McGuinness, who initially brought forward by-laws to prohibit sulky racing on public roads. Kilkenny is to explore the possibilities of creating a new system of rules around the use of horse-drawn vehicles, including licensing, age restrictions, and a test of roadworthiness. It follows the unanimous passing of a Notice of Motion brought by Cllr Andrew McGuinness at a council meeting on Monday. The Motion called for the council to work with local Gardai to create a system of licensing and regulation in the city and…
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/sweden-terror-attack-prime-minister-stefan-lofven-stockholm-lorry-crash-arrested-truck-brewery-a7672751.htmlA murderous attack by driving a brewery truck into people in a busy central Stockholm street occurred this afternoon on a pattern becoming all too familiar in Europe. When will the EU, when will our governments ever learn, that you do not allow these people into our countries in the first place? It looks like the perpetrator of this foul deed has escaped. We are now all sitting ducks and it's all due to these crazy policies of allowing millions into Europe - and thus  into our own countries. These people are no good anyway,, they are no addition as they are…
Kilkenny murder trial: Malone told Gardai he argued with woman hours before she was found strangled TRIAL CONTINUES AT CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT Natasha Reid 7 Apr 2017 Email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 0 share The trial continues at the Central Criminal Court. A man accused of the murder of a widowed pensioner in Kilkenny in 1987 told gardai that he had argued with her over a pigeon hours before she was found strangled, his cold-case trial has heard. John Joseph Malone is charged with murdering 69-year-old Ann ‘Nancy’ Smyth on September 11, 1987 at her home on Wolfe Tone Street in Kilkenny City. She was…
Friday, 07 April 2017 15:01

CALLAN FAMINE GRAVEYARD ACCESS APPEAL

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KCLR NEWS Calls for action to repair road to local famine graveyard ByMaryAnn Vaughan Posted on Apr 7, 2017 Locals say both the council and farmers there are at a stalemate over who should take responsibility 1 SHARES ShareTweet A local man involved in the Cherryfield famine graveyard outside Callan says the road leading up to it is destroyed and needs to be repaired. Eddie Kennedy has been associated with the historical site there for years which he says is maintained and landscaped but the access to it is getting harder. He says the issue is now at a stalemate between the…
Friday, 07 April 2017 14:45

VIRTUE SIGNALLER!

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The owner of a Kilkenny business says she’s going to do what she can to help the eighty Syrian families who have been moved to Ballaghaderreen in Mayo. Rita Brennan of Lorimat Jewellers on Kieran’s Street is calling for donations of items like men’s runners, flip flops and clothes for those who are now making their home there. The hotel where they’re staying is being managed by Rita’s cousin. Rita says she’s hoping to bring donations up with her in the next week or so.And all the thousands of Irish homeless...
Thursday, 06 April 2017 14:08

SUSPECT SAID HE DIDN'T MEAN TO MURDER OLD LADY

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An 81-year-old woman has told a cold-case murder trial that the accused admitted the killing to her in the late 1980s. Eileen Kelly was giving evidence to the Central Criminal Court this morning, Thursday in the trial of a 53-year-old man accused of murdering a widowed pensioner in Kilkenny. John Joseph Malone is charged with murdering 69-year-old Ann ‘Nancy’ Smyth on 11th September 1987 at her home on Wolfe Tone Street in the city. She was strangled before fire was set to her house. Mr Malone of Newpark in Kilkenny City has pleaded not guilty. Ms Kelly said she knew…

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