Archive for May 8th, 2019

Council staff working in the Town Park on Wednesday.

Council Working On Town Park After Heavy Criticism About Its Maintenance

May 8, 2019 at 5:35 pm 1 comment

KERRY County Council staff have been working this week in the Tralee Town Park after disappointment was expressed about its appearance over the past few months. The Council has come in for heavy criticism recently from Tralee Municipal District (MD) councillors, businesses and the general public for the poor state […]

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Fun at the Variety Show.

Churchill GAA Club News

May 8, 2019 at 4:08 pm Comments are Disabled

Summer Variety Show: Last Sunday saw around 250 people in attendance for the Churchill GAA Summer Variety Show in Ballyroe Heights Hotel and what a night we had. We thank all our Acts, who gave generously of their time, and put on a fantastic night’s entertainment. Once again, this was […]

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Tralee Rowing Club News

May 8, 2019 at 3:47 pm Comments are Disabled

First Grand League Regatta of the Year for Tralee Rowing Club  Skibbereen Regatta went ahead in glorious sunshine at the National Rowing Centre over 2 days (May 4th and 5th), with rowers from Tralee Rowing Club finally racing their first regatta of the year, after a number of them were […]

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Slimm Criticises Lack Of Public Consultation On Rath Cemetery Bye-Laws

Slimm Criticises Lack Of Public Consultation On Rath Cemetery Bye-Laws

May 8, 2019 at 3:20 pm 1 comment

A LABOUR Party candidate in the upcoming local elections has criticised the lack of consultation before the implementation of new Rath Cemetery Bye-Laws. The new section of Rathass Cemetery has been declared a Lawn Style Cemetery by Kerry County Council and is now subject to   bye-laws passed in 2018. […]

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Kerry Centre To Hold Events For National Volunteering Week

Kerry Centre To Hold Events For National Volunteering Week

May 8, 2019 at 2:09 pm Comments are Disabled

KERRY Volunteer Centre will participate in National Volunteering Week 2019, which takes place from May 13-19 The main message Kerry Volunteer Centre wants to convey is that volunteers need to be minded and valued. Volunteering Development officer, Siobhan Johnston has organised an amazing set of free workshops that have been […]

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Pictured at an awards ceremony last week was Dr. Sarah Guerin from Tralee who is one of five early-career scientists selected by the Irish Research Council to represent Ireland at the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting this July.

Tralee Native to Represent Ireland At Prestigious Event With Nobel Prize-Winning Physicists

May 8, 2019 at 1:57 pm Comments are Disabled

TRALEE native, Dr. Sarah Guerin is one of five early-career scientists that have been selected by the Irish Research Council to represent Ireland at the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting this July. Dr. Guerin is based at the Bernal Institute at University of Limerick and her work focuses on developing […]

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Ms Amy Hourigan Assistant Manager and staff of Debenhams Tralee who are taking part in Darkness into Light walk next Saturday makes a presentation to Kerry Rose Celine o Shea who is also taking part in the walk.Also in picture is Anne Leahy O'Shea Chairperson of DIL Tralee and committee members.

Huge Crowds Expected At Darkness Into Light Tralee This Saturday

May 8, 2019 at 9:57 am Comments are Disabled

IT’S just days away now until the annual Darkness Into Light event and there’s still time to register to take part. Last year 1,451 people registered to attend the Tralee event and an incredible amount of €41,198.97 was raised in the 2018 event. The committee are well prepared to stage the walk […]

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Public Forum On Status Of Irish To Take Place At The Rose Hotel

Public Forum On Status Of Irish To Take Place At The Rose Hotel

May 8, 2019 at 9:24 am Comments are Disabled

A PUBLIC forum on the status of Irish and of the Gaeltacht in Kerry will be held in the Rose Hotel, Tralee this coming Thursday, May 9 commencing at 7pm. This pre-election event is being organised to give the Irish speaking and Gaeltacht community an opportunity to raise issues of […]

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