Dail committee demands answers over NUI Maynooth €750,000 loan write-off

The Dail's Public Accounts Committee (PAC) is demanding answers from NUI Maynooth over the decision to write-off a €750,000 loan to a failed subsidiary company.


Latest: No distress signal sent from aircraft involved in fatal Kildare crash

Latest: No distress signal was sent from the aircraft which crashed in Co Kildare yesterday evening.


Kildare skincare company Pestle & Mortar win National Enterprise Award

Pestle & Mortar, launched by Sonia Deasy in 2014, is now a global skincare brand and stocks its products in thirteen countries including the US, the UK, Australia, Bermuda and Thailand.


Part of M7 to remain closed due to upgrade works

As part of upgrade works, a new bridge is being installed and the motorway is closed in both directions between Naas North and Naas South.


Intel look to create thousands more jobs for Kildare

Thousands of jobs could be created in Kildare as Intel looks to expand.


Roadworks on N7 in Kildare due for completion in April

The works between the M9 Interchange and Junction 8 Johnstown have been ongoing for over a year, affecting around 70,000 people every day.


Seán Kelly: GAA must learn lessons from Newbridge fiasco

Former GAA president Seán Kelly has called on the association’s hierarchy to prioritise the upgrading of county grounds to ensure the Newbridge saga never repeats itself.


#NewbridgeOrNowhere produces hilarious memes in response to match fixture drama

With Kildare refusing to play against Mayo this Saturday in Croke Park the internet has decided to make light of the situation.


Man arrested in connection with 1987 Kilcock murders released without charge

A man arrested in connection with the 1987 triple murder of a woman and her two nieces in Kildare has been released without charge.