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TidyTowns Results 2019 Announced

The 2019 winner of the National Award in the Supervalu TidyTowns competition is Glaslough, Co. Monaghan (346 marks)

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Exciting Oppurtunity for Kildare Secondary Students!

Secondary School students in Kildare are invited to an event by the Irish Second-Level Students' Union (ISSU) to give students a voice on national issues and promote student activism

Launch of Barrow Way Walk

The launch of the Barrow Way Walk took place on the Horse Bridge in Athy, Co Kildare. 

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Kildare signs EU Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy

Kildare County Council have formally signed the Covenant
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Culture Night County Kildare 2019

County Kildare Celebrates 10th Anniversary of Culture Night

Kildare Business Awards 2019

In association with Kildare County Council & LEO Kildare

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Athy Retails Skills - 24th June 2019

Employment focused training
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National 5G Test Centre opens at Maynooth University

€1.5 million centre is one of the first of its kind in Europe
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Hamptons Floor Store opening new outlet in Newbridge this weekend

Hamptons Floor Store is opening a brand new store and showroom in Newbridge on Saturday November 3rd 2018.
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Downtown Abbey - Athy period style ... 


Two historic homes for sale in South Kildare  

Athy Brand & Customer Journey Manager - Tegral  


Tegral Building Products Recruitment  

Brannoxtown Community National School Now Enrolling 


A wonderful new primary school enrolling across all classes!

 

KWWSPCA Shelter Open Day 


The KWWSPCA Shelter Open Day is on Sunday, 18 August from 12.00 noon - 4.00pm and everyone is welcome.

 

Maynooth University To Offer Highest-Ever Places for CA  ...


The University will offer places to 3,225 students for 2019-20 academic year

 

Dog Licence Reminder from Kildare Dog Wardens 


Do you have a dog? If so, you need a licence.  
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