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Jo Jo Dullard's sister is pleading for Serious Crime Team to open up investigation and for whoever has the information on what happened to the 21 year old woman to ‘look into their conscience’

The sister of Jo Jo Dullard last seen at a phone box in Moone 23 years ago is appealing for people with information on what happened to her sister to ‘look into their conscience.’

Josephine Dullard, 21 at the time, has been missing since 11.30 pm. on Thursday,November 9, 1995. At that

yesterday 20:10
Jo Jo Dullard's sister is pleading for Serious Crime Team to open up investigation and for whoever has the information on what happened to the 21 year old woman to ‘look into their conscience’

The sister of Jo Jo Dullard last seen at a phone box in Moone 23 years ago is appealing for people with information on what happened to her sister to ‘look into their conscience.’

Josephine Dullard, 21 at the time, has been missing since 11.30 pm. on Thursday,November 9, 1995. At that

yesterday 19:01
Planned water disruptions for Johnstown residents today due to works on watermain

By Kim O'Leary

Residents in some parts Johnstown are set to experience disruptions to their water supply today with a work crew carrying out maintenance works on a watermain.

Areas affected will be Johnstown Gardens, St. Johns Grove, Furness Manor and Forenaughts Road Johnstown, Co

yesterday 12:07
Murder investigation on Deirdre Jacob needs more information says her father 'hoping that whoever has the information will come forward'

The father of Deirdre Jacob is renewing appeals for information just months after Gardaí launched a murder investigation and 20 years on since her disappearance, just a short walk from the gate of her home.

Michael Jacob,  the father of Deirdre Jacob, who was  last seen at the gateway

2018-11-13 22:07
Newbridge charity providing hot meals to people of all ages

A Newbridge charity offering hot meals to people says that they are getting from all over the county and from all ranges looking for food.

Newbridge based, Sarah Shinkins, is a volunteer at The Dining Room, which offers hot meals to those in need, every Wednesday and Thursday.

The

2018-11-13 17:28
Parts of Johnstown to be affected by water disruptions tomorrow due to works

By Kim O'Leary

Kildare County Council has said that residents in parts of Johnstown will be affected by water disruptions throughout tomorrow due to necessary maintenance works.

It is understood that supply will be disrupted from 8am until 8pm approx.

Motorists are also being

2018-11-13 16:16
Dublin Gardaí make arrests as they seize drugs worth a total of €570K

As part of an ongoing investigation by the North Central Divisional Drugs Unit at Store Street Garda Station into the sale and supply of controlled drugs in the North Inner city a 34-year-old female was stopped in the Dublin 7 area yesterday afternoon.

During the course of the search

2018-11-13 14:07
Naas residents wake up to discover home broken into overnight

Naas Gardaí are appealing for witnesses after a house was broken into while the occupants were sleeping.

Yesterday morning, between 2am and 9am, on the Dublin Road, Naas, a burglary took place.

Entry was gained through a bedroom window and cash was stolen.

The occupants woke

2018-11-12 18:49
Moorefield let Leinster crown slip in the rain as Portlaoise get revenge for 2017 defeat

Moorefield 1-11

Portlaoise 1-14

Leinster Club SFC quarter-final

Portlaoise got revenge on Moorefield as they edged through to the last four in Leinster by hanging on for a three-point victory in a bruising quarter-final in Newbridge.

In wet, windy and sometimes torrid

2018-11-11 18:01
McKenna caps breakthrough campaign with POTY award and first successful dip into management

When Paddy McKenna set out at the start of this season his goals were fairly modest. The Clane goalkeeper was hoping to finally establish himself as the number one netminder for the Kildare seniors, with one of Kildare’s longest serving and most appreciated players, Paul Dermody, standing in

2018-11-11 13:25
13-man Milltown defy the odds to land late winner and reach Leinster semi-final

Milltown 1-8

Naomh Eoin (Carlow) 1-7

Leinster Club JFC quarter-final

The story of this game will likely be recounted around the Milltown club for years to come after the Kildare junior champions somewhat implausibly grinded out the narrowest of wins over Carlow's Naomh

2018-11-10 20:19
Two Mile House come through titanic tussle with Dublin champs to surge into Leinster semi-final

Two Mile House 4-15

Round Towers Lusk (Dublin) 1-16

Leinster Club IFC quarter-final

There wasn’t a sweeper in sight as Two Mile House and Round Towers Lusk played out an absolute epic encounter in Newbridge on Saturday, with the former's ability to find the net eventually

2018-11-10 18:04
2 men arrested in connection to murder of David Boland in Athy last week

Two more men have been arrested in connection with the murder of David Boland in Athy last week.

It brings the number of people arrested in connection to the fatal incident to four, after one man appeared in court in the past week and another was released without charge last

2018-11-10 00:01
Risk to road users as 'monster rain' and strong winds lashing Kildare

Road users have been urged to use extreme care on all roads with gales and very heavy rainfall.

The forecasted monsoon-style downpours hit Kildare at 12 noon.

Up to two inches of rainfall is predicted until at least 6pm.

There is limited visibility for motorists who are

2018-11-09 15:52
Flynn lands county player of the year while Masterson gets club award as Kildare GAA announce individual awards for 2018

The winners of the various individual awards in Kildare GAA have been announced, with no less than 10 gongs set to be handed out to various players at the Kildare GAA Awards night on Saturday November 17 at the Osprey Hotel.

Following a successful year for the county on the GAA front,

2018-11-09 13:31
Sallins mother who lost son in traffic accident says 'he was my baby boy and he will not be forgotten'

This Saturday a silent march will be held in Sallins to honour the life of a teenager who tragically lost his life 12 months ago after sustaining injuries walking towards his school bus.

The silent march will take place in Sallins between 4pm and 5pm on Saturday as a tribute to Dane

2018-11-08 22:49
Daily News
Outside Kildare County Council offices is set to be location for large protests next week

by Louise McCarthy & Kim O'Leary

Urgent appeals are being made for traffic calming with protests due to take place next week outside Kildare County Council offices following a schoolgirl being knocked down in Kill.

Meanwhile one year since the death of Sallins schoolboy, Dane

today 07:19
Woman tells Naas Judge how she is 'punched in the face'

A woman told the Judge at Naas Family Law Court how the father of her children punched her in the face within the past few days.

She told the court how she was going to do some shopping when he approached her and punched her in the face.

The court how since the incident she nolonger

today 22:29
Cold Weather Strategy being launched for homeless in Dublin

The Dublin Region Homeless Executive (DRHE) has responsibility for co-ordinating responses to homelessness on behalf of the four Dublin Local Authorities.  In order to meet the increase in demand for homeless services and have the appropriate contingency plans in place for cold weather

today 22:29
Concerns by Co Kildare TD that Rent Pressure Zone is not slowing down rent increases in Kildare

A TD for South Kildare says that  the Rent Pressure Zone System introduced by Government is not working  and has done nothing to slow down the rate of increases in the price of rent across Kildare.

The latest Daft.ie quarterly housing report published yesterday indicates that the

yesterday 21:19
Kilcullen resident wakes to find jeep stolen

Gardaí are appealing for information after a jeep was stolen in Kilcullen.

A black HILUX Toyota jeep was stolen from outside the house.

Between 4pm on November 8, and the morning of Friday, November 9, the jeep was stolen.

The registration of the jeep is 171 KE

yesterday 21:19
Fees announced by Minister for Health today for abortion services to be carried out with calls for medical practioners interest in the contract

This contract will be offered by the HSE to medical practitioners who express an interest in providing such services.

Minister Harris said: "The agreement of this contract is a significant step in the detailed preparations for the introduction of termination of pregnancy services at the

yesterday 21:19
Public meeting to be held at St Laurence's GAA club to discuss crime prevention as longer nights set in

A public meeting will be held at St Laurence’s GFC on Thursday, November 15 at 8pm. All members of the public in South Kildare are invited to attend. With the darker evenings and a number of break-ins over the last number of months, the Community Alert committee in conjunction with the

yesterday 20:10
Co Kildare teenager calls for warning those with weak immune systems before getting HPV vaccine

A Co Kildare teenager diagnosed with a heart condition when she was born is calling for the HSE to warn those with a weakened immune system before taking the HPV vaccine, claiming that a stinging rash and other health issues she now gets could have been as a result of the vaccine.

Her

yesterday 20:10
Latest news from Naas
today 07:19 Outside Kildare County Council offices is set to be location for large protests next week
today 22:29 Woman tells Naas Judge how she is 'punched in the face'
today 22:29 Cold Weather Strategy being launched for homeless in Dublin
yesterday 21:19 Concerns by Co Kildare TD that Rent Pressure Zone is not slowing down rent increases in Kildare
yesterday 21:19 Kilcullen resident wakes to find jeep stolen
yesterday 21:19 Fees announced by Minister for Health today for abortion services to be carried out with calls for medical practioners interest in the contract
yesterday 20:10 Public meeting to be held at St Laurence's GAA club to discuss crime prevention as longer nights set in
yesterday 20:10 Co Kildare teenager calls for warning those with weak immune systems before getting HPV vaccine
yesterday 20:10 Jo Jo Dullard's sister is pleading for Serious Crime Team to open up investigation and for whoever has the information on what happened to the 21 year old woman to ‘look into their conscience’
yesterday 19:02 PHOTO GALLERY: Launch of Naas Gift Card & Shop Local Campaign
yesterday 19:02 Co Kildare obituaries: Wednesday, November 14, 2018
yesterday 19:01 Jo Jo Dullard's sister is pleading for Serious Crime Team to open up investigation and for whoever has the information on what happened to the 21 year old woman to ‘look into their conscience’
yesterday 17:52 New carriageway to be used on the M7 from tomorrow onwards as next phase of upgrades begin
yesterday 17:49 Mainline Traffic In The M7 Work-Zone Will Be Gradually Moved To The New Carriageway.
yesterday 17:49 JobPath Participants' Chances Of Finding Full-Time Work Increased By 2%.
yesterday 17:49 Business News Briefing: 90% Of Consumers Fear Home Heating Price Hikes.
yesterday 17:49 Listen: Kildare Based Union Says Dispute Is Exposing Problems With The Ambulance Service.
yesterday 17:49 The 1,000 Year Old Prosperous Crozier Has Gone On Display At The National Museum Of Ireland.
yesterday 17:40 Kildare gardai appeal for information on theft of tools in Sallins and the Curragh
yesterday 17:40 Wind, rain, the toss of a coin, and Portlaoise end Moorefield's reign
yesterday 17:40 Twenty year-old Athy man jailed for 22 months for sale and supply of drugs and criminal damage
yesterday 16:46 Documentary on Kildare farmer's battle to save his home wins award at major film festival
yesterday 16:46 More unsettled weather to hit Kildare as rain to continue through to tomorrow
yesterday 16:43 Heart Of St. Laurence O'Toole To Go Back On Public Display.
yesterday 16:43 "Considerable" Amount Of Steel Fencing Stolen In Kildare Town.
yesterday 16:43 Listen: Maynooth U. Has Won An Award For Advancing Gender Equality.
yesterday 16:43 Listen Back: Wednesday's Edition Of Kildare Focus With Ciara Plunkett
yesterday 16:34 Plans lodged for 64 acre solar farm beside Kildare's Dunmurray Springs Golf Club
yesterday 16:34 Green light for guesthouse over Hartes of Kildare town
yesterday 16:34 New plans for 298 homes under discussion for former Kildare military barracks
yesterday 16:34 Changes to traffic movements on M7 near Naas and Newbridge
yesterday 15:37 Home comforts! Kildare clubs to enjoy home advantage in Leinster semi-finals
yesterday 15:37 Progress on Clane Link Road confirmed says Kildare TD
yesterday 15:34 Listen: 16% Of Ireland's Population Live Below The Poverty Line.
yesterday 14:25 Kildare's next big band? 'The Hideout' set to release debut album after Christmas as their covers of 'Bohemian Rhapsody' and 'Not The Only One' go viral
yesterday 14:25 Delays in illness benefit payments unacceptable says Kildare TD
yesterday 14:22 Listen Back: Wednesday's Edition Of Kildare Today With Clem Ryan.
yesterday 13:16 AGM of Kildare Branch of Alzheimers Society of Ireland next week
yesterday 13:16 TRAFFIC: Lorry jack-knifes and crashes into M7 road works
yesterday 13:13 Listen: Study Shows 75% Over Over 60s Are Over-Paying Health Insurance By Up To €1,000.
yesterday 13:13 Large Quantity Of Expensive Equipment Stolen From Leixlip GAA Club.
yesterday 13:04 Pregnant Kildare mum waiting weeks for illness benefit payments
yesterday 13:04 Steel fencing stolen in Kildare town
yesterday 13:04 Rathangan school launches Blue Bag Appeal for homeless in Kildare and Dublin
yesterday 12:07 'Very friendly' male cat found wandering around Mountain View in Naas
yesterday 12:07 Stands available at Sallins Business Association Christmas Extravaganza
yesterday 12:07 Planned water disruptions for Johnstown residents today due to works on watermain
yesterday 12:04 Business News Briefing: 43 Irish Firms Commit To Cutting Carbon Emissions.
yesterday 12:04 Jeep Stolen From Kilcullen Yet To Be Recovered.
yesterday 12:04 Listen: Kildare TD Says Its Not "Ideal" That BnM Announced Redundancies Without Package Details.
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