Archive for April 18th, 2019

Dr Fergus Leahy

Health: Feeding Problems In Infancy And Childhood

April 18, 2019 at 4:00 pm Comments are Disabled

Consultant Paediatrician, Dr Fergus Leahy, on feeding problems in infancy and childhood… Feeding problems are a very common occurrence in infancy and childhood.  Common definition of feeding problems is the inability or refusal to eat certain foods. Feeding problems may lead to negative nutritional, developmental and psychological outcomes. Feeding problems […]

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Sharon Lewis of Bamboo inside the Ardfert boutique.

Sponsored: Get Your Fashion Fix At Bamboo In Ardfert Village

April 18, 2019 at 3:41 pm Comments are Disabled

WITH the fine weather here for the coming days and the Easter break to enjoy, it’s definitely worth a trip out to the lovely village of Ardfert. And with the fantastic Bamboo boutique located there, you can be assured of finding something special on your visit. While Bamboo — located […]

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The launch of the MOYA Wellness Festival in Ballybunion.

MOYA Festival In Ballybunion To Invigorate The Body And Mind

April 18, 2019 at 2:09 pm Comments are Disabled

A FESTIVAL in north Kerry on the May Bank Holiday weekend is encouraging people to let their troubles sink into the golden sand and inhale the invigorating sea air in Ballybunion. MOYA, a festival of Meditation, Ocean, Yoga and Art in the breath-taking seaside town is, according to organisers, a […]

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Kerry Fire Service Issues Advice As Status Orange Forest Fire Warning Issued

Kerry Fire Service Issues Advice As Status Orange Forest Fire Warning Issued

April 18, 2019 at 1:45 pm Comments are Disabled

WITH a forecast of dry weather for the weekend, a status Orange warning for forest fires has been issued by the Department of Agriculture, Food and Marine from today through until Monday. Kerry Fire Service says the public need to be extra vigilant over the weekend and have issued advice […]

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Politicians need to display leadership in the fight against single use plastic and show the next generation that they care about the environment. Pictured at the launch in Tralee of Candidates.ie, a website where voters can find out more about their local politicians running for election without the use of posters are Brian Stephenson, founder, Candidates.ie with Annette Grealish, Project Manager, NoteCloud. Pic: Pauline Dennigan. No fee for repro

Tralee Company’s Website Aims To Reduce Need For Election Posters

April 18, 2019 at 11:13 am 1 comment

A TRALEE company has set up a new website which aims to significantly reduce the need for election posters. The European and Local Elections take place on Friday, May 24 and candidates will erect an estimated half a million posters on telephone poles and lamp posts across the country. Most […]

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Pa Laide CEO Cara Credit Union with Marcus O'Shea and Noel O’Connor of Adams of Tralee.

Cara Credit Union Teams Up With Adams Of Tralee For Members Car Draw

April 18, 2019 at 10:42 am Comments are Disabled

CARA Credit Union has teamed up with Adams of Tralee for their famous 2019 Members Car Draw. The draw has proved to be hugely popular and Pa Laide CEO  of Cara Credit Union is looking forward to working with Adams. “Each year our car draw tender goes out to all the […]

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Arts Officer, Kerry County Council, Kate Kennelly and Director of the Education Centre, Terry O’Sullivan launching the 'Call Out For Artists'. Photo by Dermot Crean

Artists Wanted For Summer Course And Residency Programme

April 18, 2019 at 10:00 am 1 comment

KATE Kennelly, Arts Officer, Kerry County Council together with Terry O’Sullivan, Director of the Education Centre, Tralee launched a “Call Out for Artists” on Wednesday morning. The Teacher Artist Partnership CPD Summer Course & Residency programme is open to artists (in any art form) that are committed to sharing their […]

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Number Of Garda Checkpoints In Kerry Rose By 45% Last Year

Number Of Garda Checkpoints In Kerry Rose By 45% Last Year

April 18, 2019 at 9:39 am Comments are Disabled

THE number of proactive policing checkpoints rose significantly last year compared to 2017, it was revealed at the Joint Policing Committee meeting at Kerry County Council on Friday last, where the Kerry JPC Annual Report for 2018 was distributed. It showed 5,632 checkpoints were conducted in 2018 compared to 3,875 […]

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