IN THIS WEEK'S LEINSTER LEADER:
* Drehid dump intake cut until 2017
* French car crash victim laid to rest
* Naas bids farewell to Paddy Hackett
* We ask, are Trump's tax cuts a threat to Kildare jobs
* Willie Crowley alleged hit and run case moved to Dublin
* Kildare author remembers his friendship with Leonard Cohen
* 183 new homes planned for Jigginstown in Naas; but objections raised to Newbridge development
PLUS: Photos from the Caragh GFC black tie ball; Naas Tidy Towns awards; Rathangan Tidy Towns awards; Strictly Scouts in aid of Barretstown; and Kildare Garda Awards.
Plus your best, most extensive towns news, community notes and courts coverage.
In Leader Sport: Lilies Ladies honoured at All Star Bash; Johnstownbridge head for double All Ireland glory and champs Sarsfields shocked by O'Mahony's.
In this week's Leinster Leader, out now!