Archive for February 27th, 2019

Seanie Sugrue and Bertie Brosnan.

Movie Made By Tralee Men To Premiere In California On St Patrick’s Day

February 27, 2019 at 4:58 pm Comments are Disabled

A FILM written and directed by a Tralee man and co-produced by another local, is to premiere at a film festival in California on St Patrick’s Day. ‘Misty Button’ is an Irish/American  dark comedy written and directed by Seanie Sugrue and co-produced by Bertie Brosnan. It will receive its world […]

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Two Events To Give Information On Fostering In Kerry

Two Events To Give Information On Fostering In Kerry

February 27, 2019 at 3:47 pm Comments are Disabled

IF you want to find out more about fostering, then next month sees a couple of events in Tralee which may interest you. The Kerry Branch of Irish Foster Care Asscoiation (IFCA) is a voluntary group that meets on the second Friday of each month for a Coffee Morning in the Meadowlands […]

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Road Works On Tralee-Dingle N86 Road Over Coming Weeks

Road Works On Tralee-Dingle N86 Road Over Coming Weeks

February 27, 2019 at 1:45 pm Comments are Disabled

IF you’re heading west, take note of some road works taking place on the N86 over the next number of weeks. Works will commence on road surface improvements on the N86 Tralee to Dingle road between Camp and Annascaul on Thursday, February 28. The resurfacing works will take place between […]

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Still Time To Get To KCFE Open Day

Still Time To Get To KCFE Open Day

February 27, 2019 at 1:22 pm Comments are Disabled

THERE’S still time to get to Kerry College of Further Education’s Open Day which is being held today at their Clash campus. Continuing until 7pm this evening, this annual event provides an opportunity for those attending to gain an insight into the college and the many courses on offer. Teachers […]

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Con O'Connor (standing second from left) of Pieta House with the Tralee Darkness Into Light committee at the presentation of proceeds from last year's event. Front from left; Martin Brosnan, Marilyn O'Shea and Aidan O'Sullivan. Back from left; Stephanie Turner, Ann Leahy O'Shea and Pat Turner. Photo by Dermot Crean

Amazing Amount Raised From Tralee Darkness Into Light 2018

February 27, 2019 at 11:14 am Comments are Disabled

TRALEE’S Darkness Into Light event was a massive success again last May and this year’s walk was launched at a cheque presentation at Kirby’s Brogue Inn last night. The cheque of €41,198.97 raised in the 2018 event was presented to Con O’Connor, Co-ordinator of Pieta House in the South West, […]

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Anluan Dunne (JRI America), Shane Walsh (JRI America), Emer O’Connor (JRI America), Gearóid McCann (John Dough’s Shop) and Rachel O’Sullivan (JRI America). .
Foodie Fridays at JRI America has an initiative at the Kerry Technology Park Tralee . Foodie Fridays has been a great success since it began last December, creating awareness among staff which are from all over the world on the magnificent local food producers from Kerry . 
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PRESS INFO REPRO-FREE - 60 lunches sold in half an hour – sushi, tapas, paella, pizza – this is not in a busy city restaurant but it’s actually how quickly the grub has been selling on Foodie Fridays at JRI America in Tralee. The initiative at the Kerry Technology Park-based company has been a great success since it began last December, creating awareness among staff of the magnificent local food producers and providers in the county. The events are designed to highlight one food producer each week, which enables both commercial success and excellent promotion opportunities.

Company’s ‘Foodie Friday’ Is A Hit With Staff And Local Food Producers

February 27, 2019 at 10:41 am Comments are Disabled

WITH 60 lunches sold in half an hour – sushi, tapas, paella, pizza – Foodie Fridays at JRI America in Tralee is proving a big hit. The initiative at the Kerry Technology Park-based company has been a great success since it began last December, creating awareness among staff of local […]

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