Archive for May 1st, 2019

Pupils taking part in the 'Dancer For Cancer' fundraiser at Tralee Educate Together on Tuesday. Photo by Dermot Crean

Tralee Educate Together Pupils Hold ‘Dancers For Cancer’ Fundraiser

May 1, 2019 at 3:29 pm Comments are Disabled

TRALEE Educate Together took a break from class on Tuesday to take part in a nationwide event to raise funds for the Irish Cancer Society. Organised by Today FM, they asked people around the country to ‘Be A Dancer For Cancer’ on April 30 as part of their Dare to […]

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Leeann Chapman and Victor Sheahan, of Kerry LEO with Meabh Ring, Mentor and Kate Kennelly, Arts Officer at Kerry County Council promoting access for artists to professional mentoring this week.

Artists Avail Of Mentoring Sessions At Kerry County Council

May 1, 2019 at 2:17 pm Comments are Disabled

MENTORING sessions for visual artists in Kerry have been taking place this week at County Buildings in Tralee. Developed by Creative Ireland Kerry and Local Enterprise Office Kerry, the high level of demand from artists for the initiative has resulted in the original offer of meetings over a two-day period, […]

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Killarney gardaí with organisers of the International Rally of the Lakes.

Numerous Garda Checkpoints Planned During Rally Of The Lakes Weekend

May 1, 2019 at 2:06 pm Comments are Disabled

GARDAI say there will be numerous checkpoints in the Killarney area over the weekend as thousands of motor enthusiasts will converge on the town for the International Rally of the Lakes. Taking place from Friday to Sunday, this event is incorporated into the May Bank Holiday Weekend Festivities and has […]

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Part of the Lee River Walkway.

Cllrs Want Action On Anti-Social Behaviour At Lee River Walkway

May 1, 2019 at 9:45 am Comments are Disabled

A TRALEE councillor is calling on the public to contact the gardaí when they see anti-social behaviour at the Lee Walkway. Cllr Terry O’Brien brought up the issue at the Tralee Municipal District meeting of councillors on Monday at Kerry County Council, after he received a number of complaints from […]

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Frances Clifford, Brian O'Sullivan, Mike O'Connor and Dan Counihan at the 'Fish Supper' fundraiser in aid of Fenit RNLI at IT Tralee on Tuesday evening. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: A ‘Fish Supper’ For Fenit RNLI At IT Tralee

May 1, 2019 at 9:42 am Comments are Disabled

AROUND 60 diners gathered at the North Campus of IT Tralee on Tuesday evening for  a fundraiser in aid of Fenit RNLI. The evening  provided an opportunity for the Culinary Arts students at the college to showcase their talents and skills in a restaurant style setting by providing a three […]

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Worst April On Record For Patients Waiting On Trolleys At UHK

Worst April On Record For Patients Waiting On Trolleys At UHK

May 1, 2019 at 9:41 am Comments are Disabled

IT was the worst April on record for patients waiting on trolleys at University Hospital Kerry according to a new monthly analysis by the INMO. There were 238 patients on trolleys during the month, up from 174 (+38%) last year which was the previous highest April figure at the hospital. […]

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Recovery Haven Begins Free Group Support Programme For Children

Recovery Haven Begins Free Group Support Programme For Children

May 1, 2019 at 9:40 am Comments are Disabled

CANCER support charity, Recovery Haven Kerry, will commence the highly-regarded CLIMB programme on Wednesday next, May 8, to support children aged between 5-12 years who are experiencing the impact of a cancer diagnosis on a parent or other significant adult. Facilitated by award-winning play therapist, Edel Lawlor of Expressive Play, […]

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Performers in 'Anam'.

Siamsa To Give A Taste Of ‘Anam’ In The Square During Food Festival

May 1, 2019 at 9:40 am Comments are Disabled

SIAMSA Tíre, the National Folk Theatre of Ireland is inviting the public to join them for a free open-air performance this Sunday as part of the Tralee Food Festival. Taking place at 2pm at the bandstand in the Square, Tralee the National Folk Theatre will open its 51st season of […]

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