Archive for May 2nd, 2019

Gradam Gnó Chiarraí To Encourage Businesses To Use Irish

Gradam Gnó Chiarraí To Encourage Businesses To Use Irish

May 2, 2019 at 3:38 pm Comments are Disabled

GRADAM Gnó Chiarraí is now into its second year in 2019, commencing with a photo-shoot in Áras an Chontae. The categories have changed this year to give new businesses an opportunity to take part in the awards while allowing for greater development in those areas of business where use of […]

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The Forge Cross Roundabout as it looks now.

Is It Time To Remember The Forge At Forge Cross?

May 2, 2019 at 3:19 pm 3 comments

  YOU may have noticed that the roundabout at the Forge Cross has seen a bit of landscaping in the past couple of weeks. New shrubs and plants have been set in the small stones there and in time we hope these will grow to make the roundabout look more […]

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Helen Quealy Murphy, judge of Ladies Day in Listowel Races on Sunday, June 2. Photo: John Kelliher

Fashion And Fun In Listowel For June Bank Holiday Racing

May 2, 2019 at 12:42 pm Comments are Disabled

LISTOWEL Race Company this week officially launched their popular June Bank Holiday Race Meeting which will take place on the scenic course on Sunday, June 2nd and Monday, June 3. Top fashion blogger, Helen Quealy Murphy, aka Daily Diva Diary, will judge the Listowel Races Ladies Day on the Sunday […]

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JRI America To Create 100 New Jobs At Tralee Centre

JRI America To Create 100 New Jobs At Tralee Centre

May 2, 2019 at 12:26 pm Comments are Disabled

TRALEE-BASED software development company, JRI America, is to further expand and create 100 new jobs over the next five years at its centre in Kerry Technology Park. Since 2011, when JRI America, Inc. established in Ireland, it has grown its team in Tralee to 100 staff. JRI America, Inc. now plans […]

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Cathaoirleach of Kerry County Council Norma Foley cut the tape to officially open the Boherbee Mitchels Regeneration Walkway on Wednesday. Photo by Dermot Crean

New Mitchels Regeneration Walkway To Help Get People Active

May 2, 2019 at 8:37 am Comments are Disabled

A NEW walkway which aims to get people active and learn more about an historical part of Tralee, was officially opened by Cathaoirleach of Kerry County Council, Cllr Norma Foley, on Wednesday across from Tralee Library. The new Mitchels Boherbee Regeneration Walkway starts at Moyderwell and leads down Cloonbeg Terrace, […]

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Sponsored: A Sweet Way To Spend An Afternoon At The Rose Hotel

May 2, 2019 at 8:36 am Comments are Disabled

SWEETEN up in the heart of Tralee with the new Summer Afternoon Tea from The Rose Hotel. Inspired by the busy bees working away in their rooftop hives, the new honey-themed Summer Afternoon Tea is the perfect way to spend a relaxing afternoon catching up with friends and family. Take a […]

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At The Oyster Tavern on Friday night for the launch of the Churchill Variety Show which takes place on May 4 in Ballyroe Heights Hotel were, in front; Jessica McGibney and Maeve Hanafin. Seated; Aidan Murphy, Mike Moriarty and Dave Buckley. At back; Veronica Kelly, Triona Daly, Jim O'Sullivan, Malachy Kelly, Maura McCarthy, Susan Browne and Linda Browne. Photo by Dermot Crean

Churchill Community To Get Together For Variety Show

May 2, 2019 at 8:36 am Comments are Disabled

A GREAT night out and an opportunity to meet the neighbours is guaranteed this Sunday as Churchill GAA hosts a ‘Summer Variety Show’ in the Ballyroe Heights Hotel. This is the third major fundraising event they’ve had in as many years after hosting a Strictly in 2017, a Lip Sing […]

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Cyclists before taking off at the Fenit RNLI Fundraising Cycle from O'Donnell's Mounthawk on Saturday morning. Photo by Dermot Crean

Participants Wanted For Annual Fenit RNLI Cycle

May 2, 2019 at 8:34 am Comments are Disabled

FENIT RNLI are asking cycling enthusiasts to come out and support them on Saturday, May 11. That’s the day they will hold their 16th annual cycle. This year’s event has two options for cyclists. There will be the traditional 50km route and a new 80km route. Both options will start […]

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