In this week's Leinster Leader:
Vicious attacks - taxi driver robbed in Newbridge and Maynooth student assaulted;
Naas says a sad goodbye to its 'Queen' Sheena Walsh;
Public park plans for Kerdiffstown dump site;
Kildare Fianna Fáil row as TDs deny making Ceann Comhairle complaints;
No relief for businesses as commercial rates to stay the same for next year;
Special report on plan to revamp Newbridge;
Kildare couple share their story of premature 'miracle' baby;
Plus: extensive court reporting, community news, entertainment, columns and much more;
We've photos from the Sensational Kids Glitter Ball; Citizens Information 40th anniversary; Defence Forces Gala musical evening; Cunningham's Black Tie Ball; NMS Celebration of Song; Kill Playground Opening and more;
And catch up with all the Kildare Black Friday bargains in our bumper sales special.
In Leader Sport: Naas boss Niall Cronin lays it on the line; awards night for Lily Ladies; GAA honours sporting stars and Celbridge hurlers advance to decider.
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