Archive for November 5th, 2017

PHOTOS: Looking Stylish At Ballyheigue GAA’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ (Part 2)

PHOTOS: Looking Stylish At Ballyheigue GAA’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ (Part 2)

November 5, 2017 at 11:27 am Comments are Disabled

AS we told you earlier (click here for previous story), Ballyheigue GAA’s first ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ was a massive success on Saturday night. It was the loudest crowd we ever heard for an opening dance at a ‘Strictly’ event and everyone had a great time at the Ballyroe Heights Hotel […]

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Jimmy Ross unveils the plaque to his brother Christie at St John's Park on Saturday afternoon. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: New Christie Hennessy Plaque Marks His Birthplace At St John’s Park

November 5, 2017 at 10:57 am Comments are Disabled

A SMALL gathering of musicians and supporters of the Christie Hennessy Festival gathered at an archway in St John’s Park on Saturday afternoon for the unveiling of a plaque to the late singer. Although Christie grew up in Casement’s Avenue, it was in a cottage at 2 Steeple View, formerly […]

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PHOTOS: #Tralee On Social Media This Week

PHOTOS: #Tralee On Social Media This Week

November 5, 2017 at 10:56 am Comments are Disabled

Every week we compile the best of photos posted on Twitter and Instagram about and around Tralee. Here’s what you’ve been snapping this week…  (If you’d like a photo to feature, just tag #Tralee in it and we’ll see it)… We love it too Anna… In love with Tralee’s new […]

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Lira Hoxha (Information Systems Management), LIranda Krasniqi (Computing with Software Development) and Tina Kastrati (Bachelor of Business Hons Degree) at the IT Tralee Conferring Ceremony on Friday afternoon. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: ITT Students From School of Business, Computing & Humanities Conferred

November 5, 2017 at 10:56 am Comments are Disabled

THE IT Tralee 2017 Conferrings concluded on Friday afternoon, when students from the courses in the School of Business, Computing & Humanities received their qualifications in the Brandon Hotel Conference Centre. The courses were in Hotel, Culinary and Tourism, Business Studies, Creative Media & Information Technology and Computing. The conferrings are the main highlight […]

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Susan Lacey, Joan Keating and Fiona Casey, contestants in the Ballyheigue GAA 'Strictly Come Dancing' in the Ballyroe Heights Hotel on Saturday night. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Fantastic Night At Ballyheigue GAA ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ (Part 1)

November 5, 2017 at 10:41 am Comments are Disabled

THE noise was incredible as the Ballyheigue GAA ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ contestants took to the floor for the opening dance and it set the tone for a fantastic night in the Ballyroe Heights Hotel. This was the club’s first trip to ‘Strictly-land’ and it’s one they’re sure to re-visit after […]

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REPORT/PHOTOS: Causeway Show Strength To Reach U21 Hurling Final

REPORT/PHOTOS: Causeway Show Strength To Reach U21 Hurling Final

November 5, 2017 at 10:05 am Comments are Disabled

Causeway advanced to the final of the Acorn Life Kerry Under 21 Hurling Championship after defeating St Brendan’s yesterday. Mike O’Halloran reports… Causeway 3-13 St Brendan’s 2-5 Following their impressive win over Lixnaw in the quarters of this competition last weekend, Causeway installed themselves as firm favourites to win this […]

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The Crotta O'Neills team. Photo by Mike O'Halloran

REPORT: Crotta Make U21 Final After Battle With Abbeydorney/Ballyheigue

November 5, 2017 at 9:43 am Comments are Disabled

Mike O’Halloran watched the Acorn Life Kerry U21 Hurling Championship semi-final yesterday between Crotta O’Neills to Abbeydorney/Ballyheigue… Crotta O’Neills 1-15 Abbeydorney/Ballyheigue 0-14 (after extra time) Adam O’Sullivan came up from his goalkeeping duties to bring Crotta back from the brink of defeat, to point a free in ordinary time, a free […]

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Roger Harty: Why There Are No Problems In Life

Roger Harty: Why There Are No Problems In Life

November 5, 2017 at 9:28 am 1 comment

I FIRST came across this idea in Eckhart Tolle’s bestselling book ‘The Power of Now’ about ten years ago. To be honest when I first read it I thought it was the most ridiculous statement ever written and that it could not possibly be true as sure everybody has problems […]

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