Archive for July 28th, 2017

Jack Barry Back In Kerry Team For Clash With Galway

Jack Barry Back In Kerry Team For Clash With Galway

July 28, 2017 at 8:49 pm Comments are Disabled

NA Gaeil’s Jack Barry comes back into the Kerry side to face Galway in the All Ireland Senior Football Championship Quarter Final in Croke Park on Sunday. He comes into the side in place of Anthony Maher while team captain Johnny Buckley starts his first game of the season; he is […]

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Tralee Credit Union

Parents Urged To Talk To Credit Union Regarding Back To School Costs

July 28, 2017 at 2:51 pm Comments are Disabled

TRALEE Credit Union is encouraging parents to talk to them before thinking of using a credit card or a moneylender to deal with the costs of sending children to school. The Irish League of Credit Unions latest research of its annual Back to School Costs Survey shows the back to school […]

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This year’s Tri Kingdom Come Triathlon will take place in the beautiful surrounds of Fenit on Saturday, August 5th
l-r Niamh Murphy, Orla Brosnan, Suzanne O’Sullivan, Rose Quilter and Patricia Murray.

Tralee Triathlon Club will hold its Tri Kingdom Come this Summer in Fenit Co Kerry , as over 400 competitors are due too arrive to take part in one of the county’s top sporting events this year. 

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Fenit Prepares To Welcome Hundreds For Bank Holiday Weekend Triathlon

July 28, 2017 at 2:10 pm Comments are Disabled

FINAL preparations are being made to welcome hundreds of competitors to Fenit during the Bank Holiday weekend. The ‘Tri Kingdom Come’ event hosted by the Tralee Triathlon Club will take place on Saturday, August 5 in the scenic surrounds of Fenit. Triathletes from across Kerry can still sign up for the […]

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A group from Siamsa Tire at the fundraising coffee morning in An Teach Beag on Thursday. From left; Joanne Griffin, Balar Bernal, Anne O'Donnell, Catriona McCarthy, Gina Sugrue, Michelle Murphy, Tom Hannafin, Geraldine Hurley, Jonathan Kelliher and Majella Stack. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Coffee Morning Raises Over €500 For Una And Rachel’s Charity Skydive

July 28, 2017 at 12:01 pm 1 comment

A COFFEE morning raised funds for two young women’s fundraising efforts for the Meningitis Research Foundation yesterday. An Teach Beag was the venue as family and friends of Rachel Walsh, Ballyheigue, and Úna O’Connell, Kilflynn, gathered with other customers to give their support and the event raised over €500. Continued below… […]

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Anne and Gerry O'Riordan with Marcel. Photo by Dermot Crean

Tralee Couple Describes Rewarding Experience Of Being Puppy Walkers For Irish Guide Dogs

July 28, 2017 at 11:18 am Comments are Disabled

A TRALEE couple has told of the hugely rewarding experience of being puppy walkers for the Irish Guide Dogs For The Blind, as the organisation looks for people in Kerry to become volunteers. The purpose of Irish Guide Dogs’ Puppy Walking Programme is to develop and care for a guide […]

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Seven Things To Do This Weekend

Seven Things To Do This Weekend

July 28, 2017 at 11:16 am Comments are Disabled

The weather isn’t going to have us rushing to the beaches this weekend, but there’s other stuff on to help you pass the time… Friday 1. A celebration of community… If you’re in the Ballymullen area this evening at around 7pm, you might notice a gathering in Christ The King […]

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Taxi Drivers Meet With TDs And Councillors About Rank Issue

Taxi Drivers Meet With TDs And Councillors About Rank Issue

July 28, 2017 at 9:56 am Comments are Disabled

TRALEE taxi drivers met with Kerry TDs, Tralee Municipal District councillors and Garda P.S.V. Inspector Jim O’Brien at a meeting on Wednesday evening about the ongoing rank issues in the town. In a statement to, Tralee Taxi Association described the meeting in The Rose Hotel as “a worthwhile exercise” in […]

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