Archive for May 15th, 2014

Centre Honours Garda’s Work With Community

Centre Honours Garda’s Work With Community

May 15, 2014 at 2:58 pm Comments are Disabled

SGT JIM FOLEY was honoured for his work with the Tralee International Resource Centre (TIRC) at a special celebration on Wednesday. The Town Council, volunteer Ann McKenzie and the late Gerry Moran were also honoured at the centre. The Sergeant has been involved with TIRC since its inception in 2008. […]

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Slight Recovery In Tralee Property Market This Year

Slight Recovery In Tralee Property Market This Year

May 15, 2014 at 2:45 pm Comments are Disabled

By Dermot Crean THERE is a shortage of detached family homes, while housing rents are on the increase in town, according to a Tralee auctioneer. A recent survey from myhome.ie found that there was a 22 per cent rise in house sales in the Tralee area last year and Paul […]

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Sport: A Landmark Moment For Kerry Soccer

Sport: A Landmark Moment For Kerry Soccer

May 15, 2014 at 12:17 pm 1 comment

THIS Sunday a Kerry side will play in a National Cup ‘A’ Final for the first time. St Brendan’s Park U16’s will take to the pitch in Wayside Celtic Grounds, Kilternan Co Dublin  to play St Kevin’s Boys from the capital  and attempt to make history for Kerry soccer in winning a […]

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Stacks U14 Boys Win County Title

Stacks U14 Boys Win County Title

May 15, 2014 at 11:33 am Comments are Disabled

Lee Strand Boys Under 14 Division 1 County Football League Final Austin Stacks 2-12 Churchill 0-7 The Rockies Under 14 side took the honours  in this county final held on Wednesday night at St Pat’s, Blennerville. This match was much closer than the scoreline might suggest. Two talented teams played some […]

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Like A Fire: Songs In The Key Of Life

Like A Fire: Songs In The Key Of Life

May 15, 2014 at 10:51 am 1 comment

Tralee singer/songwriter, Gary Keane, aka ‘Like A Fire’, picks the soundtrack that shaped his musical outlook… Glenn Miller Band – In The Mood If I had to think of one of my earliest songs in memory,  it would have to be Glenn Miller’s ‘In The Mood’ when I was around nine. […]

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Profile: The Life Of O’Brien

Profile: The Life Of O’Brien

May 15, 2014 at 7:27 am 1 comment

“Look, I don’t know if I’m ‘a politician’. I class myself as someone who’s there for people, to attend the meetings, to do the best I can and to take the tough decisions when needed for the good of my county.” IT’S been quite a journey for self-described ‘thoroughbred narie’ Terry O’Brien. The […]

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