In this week’s Leinster Leader
* Tributes pour in for GAA stalwart Mick Fogarty
* Caravans remain parked on Naas ring roads
* Rare dormouse found in B&Q
* Submissions in on Newbridge Skatepark
* Newbridge councillor loses Fine Gael appeal
* End to darkness may be in sight for Newbridge estate left in the dark
* Refund for owners of clamped cars at Newbridge train station
* We’ve photos from Cycle Against Suicide in Naas; the turning on of Naas Christmas lights; Santa arriving in Newbridge and school productions of ‘The Pirates of the Curry Bean’ in Kildare and ‘Les Miserables’ in Newbridge.
* Plus, comprehensive courts coverage and your best local notes section in the county.
* In our columnists pages: Paul O’Meara says you shouldn’t complain too much about Naas if you don’t spend your money in the town, and Laura Coates asks if Christmas drinks are worth the grief they can cause.
In Leader Sport: it’s double delight for All Ireland Club Camogie champs Johnstownbridge, and a controversial Dublin move is mooted for Newbridge town, plus we’ve a KDFL awards picture special.
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