Archive for August 3rd, 2019


Status Yellow Rainfall Warning For Kerry

August 3, 2019 at 6:31 pm Comments are Disabled

NOT looking good. After some fine weather of late, there’s a lot of rain on the way tomorrow according to Met Eireann. They’ve issued a Status Yellow – Rainfall warning for Kerry, Galway and Clare. We can expect heavy downpours during Sunday, possibly prolonged, which will lead to rainfall accumulations of […]

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Andrew Ong outside his Tamarind Restaurant on Matt Talbot Road.

Sponsored: Tantalising Tastes Of Asia At Tamarind Restaurant

August 3, 2019 at 5:00 pm Comments are Disabled

  IT’S been delighting lovers of Asian food in Tralee for the past 14 years so it’s no wonder people come back time and time again to Tamarind Restaurant. The business on Matt Talbot Road has been dishing up tantalising Malaysian, Thai and  Chinese specialities since 2005 when Andrew Ong […]

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Mike McCannon, Ciaran O'Connor, Ed O'Regan and Sebastian Vasiu with younger members of St Brendan's Park FC at the launch of the U11/U12 tournament which takes place on August 31. Photo by Dermot Crean

Soccer Club To Host Charity Tournament Later This Month

August 3, 2019 at 1:15 pm Comments are Disabled

A HUGE soccer tournament is to take place at the end of August to raise funds for BUMBLEance. St Brendan’s Park FC will host the event for U11/12 teams from all over the county and in Cork, Clare and Limerick, at their pitches in Cahermoneen on Saturday, August 31. “We […]

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Brian Burnie and his Bluebell bus.

Charity Trekker Brings His Bluebell Bus To Tralee

August 3, 2019 at 12:16 pm 1 comment

A BRITISH charity trekker has arrived in Kerry with a large blue double-decker bus as part of a 7,000 mile walk for cancer patients. Brian Burnie has walked 3,607 miles around the coastline of Scotland, Cumbria, Lancashire, Merseyside, North Wales and Ireland. This week, Brian Burnie, 75, has hiked to Tralee […]

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Pictured were --  Mary McCarthy , Mena Cahill , Brian Sheehy from Tralee and Derek Rusk Manor West .  
Manor West Shopping Centre and Retail Park welcomed over 100 cyclists from the 18th Annual ‘Tour de Munster’ held in aid of Down Syndrome Ireland (DSI) and individual beneficiaries . This was the second year the tour used Manor West as its Tralee stop off point. Manor West and the DSI Kerry branch planned a range of fun activities for the day's celebrations and saw great crowds turn out to welcome the cyclists. T  he four day charity cycle aims to raise €250,000 for DSI, with funds going towards providing vital services and facilities for people with Down syndrome across Munster.
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Tour De Munster Set For A Warm Welcome At Manor West

August 3, 2019 at 10:26 am Comments are Disabled

MANOR West Shopping Centre and Retail Park will welcome cycling legend Seán Kelly and over 100 amateur cyclists to Tralee on the second day of the 600km Tour de Munster charity cycle tomorrow, (Friday August 9). This will be the third year that Manor West has hosted the tour in […]

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Know Your Rights: One-Parent Family Payment

August 3, 2019 at 10:24 am Comments are Disabled

Know Your Rights has been compiled by Kerry Citizens Information Service which provides a free and confidential service to the public… Question: What is the One-Parent Family Payment? Answer: The One-Parent Family Payment (OFP) is a means-tested social welfare payment for men and women under 66 who are bringing children up without the […]

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