Archive for March 19th, 2020

Irish Red Cross Tralee Helping Community During Coronavirus Crisis

Irish Red Cross Tralee Helping Community During Coronavirus Crisis

March 19, 2020 at 3:56 pm Comments are Disabled

THE Irish Red Cross Tralee and Irish Red Cross Tralee Youth are letting the public know that their services are available to the community at this time of crisis. With many people self-isolating — especially the elderly and vulnerable — they want to let people know they can collect and deliver groceries, get […]

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Bishop Ray Browne at the official opening of the new 15-bed specialist palliative in-patient unit at University Hospital Kerry on Friday afternoon. Photo by Dermot Crean

Bishop Says There Will Be No Public Masses Until Further Notice

March 19, 2020 at 2:41 pm Comments are Disabled

MASSES in the Diocese of Kerry will not be celebrated until further notice. Bishop of Kerry Ray Browne has issued a statement this afternoon, updating last week’s information issued when the Government issued guidelines on mass gatherings. The statement reads as follows: “As promised last Friday I now issue ongoing […]

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Sarah Jane Drummey.

Tralee Woman’s Acclaimed Short Film Now Available To Watch Online

March 19, 2020 at 12:00 pm 3 comments

A TRALEE woman’s short film, which has been shown at film festivals all over the world, can now be viewed online. Sarah Jane Drummey, originally from Oakpark, is an award-winning actor and filmmaker. Her film, ‘134’, which was shot in Tralee, is the story of an Irish couple struggling to […]

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Fergal O'Sullivan.

Warrior Fergal Channels Frustration Into Helping Local Charity

March 19, 2020 at 11:33 am Comments are Disabled

TRALEE Warriors basketball team member Fergal O’Sullivan is channelling his frustration at last week’s decision to deprive the club of a second Men’s Superleague title, to do something positive for the local community. Warriors were denied the title after Sports Dispute Solutions Ireland ruled they committed ‘an unintentional rule violation’ for […]

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Junior Locke of SVP.

SVP Tralee Expecting Huge Rise In Demand For Services In Coming Weeks

March 19, 2020 at 11:02 am Comments are Disabled

FOOD hampers are being stocked at the St Vincent de Paul depot in Monavalley, as families face a huge financial impact in the weeks and months ahead. Junior Locke of St Vincent de Paul said many people were paid up by employers up to the next two weeks, but after […]

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