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# Carlow

Eire Óg establish dominance with 31st county title in Carlow
Kilcoo advance in back-tempered Down tie.
Last month
September 2023
Three men jailed for balcony death of Irish teenager in Australia during an armed robbery
The three men fled the scene within minutes and without attempting to help after Cian English fatally fell from the fourth-floor balcony.
Trio plead guilty to manslaughter of Irish teenager who died in Australia after falling from balcony
Cian English fell from a fourth floor balcony during an armed robbery.
Man dies following collision between lorry and car in Co Carlow this morning
The incident happened shortly before 7am the N80 at Gráig na Spideog.
This year
Man, 20s, dies after fall from truck while working in Co Carlow
Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to the incident to come forward.
Tipperary hurling champions knocked out, Mount Leinster lift Carlow title
Kilruane MacDonaghs ended a 37-year wait for the Tipperary senior hurling title last season.
"Something has to change": Retained firefighters call for complete overhaul of service
A report by
Steven Fox
Firefighters across Ireland have been striking to try and resolve critical issues within the service
Two men sentenced over trying to claim pension of deceased man in Carlow post office
One of the men was the nephew of the deceased, Peadar Doyle.
'The system is broken': Carlow toddler with scoliosis without therapy due to staffing crisis
A report by
Eimer McAuley
“There is no one for us to pick up the phone to,” Shannon’s mum said.
Mother-of-five Yvonne Proctor speaks to The Journal about her "fight with the system".
Her daughter Shannon was diagnosed with scoliosis after her parents noticed that she was holding her neck to one side.
The Proctor family feels that, despite the huge financial burden, they will now have to go private to get Shannon therapy services.
Donnelly says child scoliosis patients should receive surgery within four months under new plan
Waiting lists for children's surgeries to be tackled by extending operating theatre hours
Second-half goals key for Dublin in win over Carlow to set up clash with Clare
Mark Grogan and Cian O’Sullivan hit the net for the Dubs.
New Yorkers on their way for Tailteann Cup debut
Dr Cullen Park to host Johnny McGeeney’s New York in preliminary round clash.
Daithí Regan: 'We were the authors of our own misfortune in Offaly'
With their hurlers in the Joe McDonagh Cup final and continual underage success, the Faithful are restoring pride.
Crimecall issue appeal for man missing from Carlow since 15 April
John Coakley was last seen near Hanover Bus Station, Carlow Town on 15 April and is described as being approximately 6’1” in height and of slim build.
Four teen boys arrested in connection with vehicle thefts in east of the country
The boys are being detained in garda stations in Kildare and Carlow.
Winning starts for Carlow, Offaly and Kerry in Joe McDonagh Cup
They overcame Kildare, Laois and Down respectively.
Wicklow finish strong to stun Leitrim, Sligo and Carlow pick up wins
A round-up of the weekend’s Allianz Football League Division 4 action.
Several people injured in Co Carlow collision, with road to remain closed overnight
The N80 is currently closed between Junction 5 of the M9 and Ballon.
Young Carlow rider was fatally injured after horse landed on her at water jump, inquest hears
Allegra “Tiggy” Hancock’s mother said her death was a “tragic accident”.
HSE reviewing circumstances around death of woman (87) who went missing after leaving hospital
The woman had last been seen in the Athy Road area of Carlow on Saturday afternoon.
Man (60s) dies after e-scooter crash in Carlow
The man was pronounced dead at the scene last night.
Last year
Gardaí investigating after multiple shots fired in Carlow housing estate
It is believed the intended target escaped an attempt on his life earlier this year.
Investigation following overcrowding claims at restaurant converted into refugee accommodation
The department said it was awaiting further information from the owner of the accommodation.
Football history made in Tipp, Clare champs win and Palatine lift Carlow title
Upperchurch-Drombane are through to their first ever Tipperary senior football final.
Carlow company told to engage with EPA following complaints about strong odour
The council launched an investigation following complaints from residents.
Financial support to be given to householders affected by severe flooding in Wexford
Around 70 homes and businesses in New Ross were damaged by flooding yesterday.
Man (30s) drowns in Carlow swimming tragedy
A member of the public removed the man from the River Barrow and attempted to resuscitate him.
€300,000 worth of cannabis seized in Tipperary and Carlow
Two men were arrested by gardaí.
Men appear in court for bringing deceased pensioner to Carlow post office
The garda investigation has so far shown the pensioner did not die suddenly at the post office.
One woman brought to hospital following fire at factory in Carlow
The fire has been brought under control.
Sligo advance to Tailteann Cup semi-finals after penalty shootout, Westmeath also prevail
Disappointment for Leitrim and Carlow, who bow out at the quarter-final stage.
'A horrendous act': Gardaí investigating after car driven into Carlow tanning shop and set on fire
Nobody was injured in the incident.
Carlow court upholds €6,000 fine for man who damaged nests and eggs of five different bird species
Brian O’Reilly’s appeal against the fine for damaging vegetation and birds’ nests was rejected today
Two people brought to hospital with serious injuries after collision in Carlow
Gardaí and emergency services attended the scene of the collision.
Two teenage sisters missing from Carlow since Sunday
Gardaí are appealing for help to find sisters Helen and Melissa McDonnell.
Kerry get back on track with Carlow win, Offaly overcome 14-man Meath
Kerry and Offaly both registered their first win in the 2022 Joe McDonagh Cup.
Gardaí arrest man over armed robbery of Carlow business
The man threatened staff members and demanded cash from a business premises on Saturday night.
Man found with stab wounds in Co Carlow house after gardaí respond to 3am call out
Almost €500,000 worth of suspected cocaine was discovered in a follow-up search.
'Huge outrage' from Carlow community over depiction of pensioner's death in two St Patrick's Day parades
Councillor Andrea Dalton called on the two local groups to apologise for the depiction.
'I stay strong for mom': Irish student in Ukraine stays positive with routine and calls home
Carlow native Racheal Diyaolu is sheltering in student accommodation in the city of Sumy.
Teenage boy missing from Carlow 'found safe and well'
Gardaí have thanked the public and the media for their assistance.