Archive for April 23rd, 2020

There Are 271 Confirmed Cases Of COVID-19 In Kerry

There Are 271 Confirmed Cases Of COVID-19 In Kerry

April 23, 2020 at 6:23 pm 1 comment

THERE are three more confirmed cases of the Coronavirus in Kerry, with the total so far now at 271. The national figures were revealed at the daily briefing from the Department of Health this evening. 28 more people have died from the Coronavirus in Ireland.  This brings the total of […]

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€9.7m Lotto Winner In Kerry Contacts Lottery HQ

€9.7m Lotto Winner In Kerry Contacts Lottery HQ

April 23, 2020 at 2:34 pm Comments are Disabled

THE National Lottery has confirmed that the winning ticketholder of last Saturday night’s €9,772,175 Lotto Jackpot ticket sold in Co. Kerry has made contact. The winning Quick Pick ticket was sold on the day of the draw (Saturday 18th April) at Daly’s Supervalu store in Killarney. This €9.7 million win […]

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WATCH: Tonevane’s ‘Mamma Mia’ Dancers Make It On To US Talk Show

WATCH: Tonevane’s ‘Mamma Mia’ Dancers Make It On To US Talk Show

April 23, 2020 at 12:32 pm Comments are Disabled

YOU’VE all seen the amazing dancing of the residents of a small row of houses in Tonevane featuring, among others, Cllr Terry O’Brien and his 91 year old mother Mary O’Brien. They all came out of their houses last Friday and dressed up in retro gear for a singalong to […]

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Billy Ryle: Kerry Schools Should Opt Out Of Token Junior Cert Exam

Billy Ryle: Kerry Schools Should Opt Out Of Token Junior Cert Exam

April 23, 2020 at 10:55 am Comments are Disabled

Guidance Counsellor Billy Ryle says Minister McHugh should abort the doomed Junior Cert substitute exam this year…. The powers that be in the Department of Education and Skills must immediately step up to the plate and take note of the negative impact that the current uncertainty is having on the […]

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Kerry Author Releases Serialised Story This Friday

Kerry Author Releases Serialised Story This Friday

April 23, 2020 at 10:46 am Comments are Disabled

‘DUPLICITY’, a fictional serialised story by first-time author Zoe O’Connor, will be released online this Friday 24th of April on www.the-dots.eu. Over 12 weeks, it tells the cautionary tale of a modern dating dystopia. A Kerry native, Zoe O’Connor (21), is a third year English student in Trinity College Dublin. […]

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Pieta House Launches Urgent Darkness Into Light ‘Sunrise’ Appeal For Funds

Pieta House Launches Urgent Darkness Into Light ‘Sunrise’ Appeal For Funds

April 23, 2020 at 10:44 am Comments are Disabled

ELECTRIC Ireland has called on the public to support Pieta House’s urgent appeal for donations and join together for ‘Sunrise’ on May 9th to mark the postponed Darkness into Light event. On May 9, it was expected that over 250,000 people would have come together on every continent to walk together […]

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Driver with Kerry Cancer Support Group-Health Link Transport John Fleming was presented with fuel vouchers to the value of €2,000 by Aoife Sheehy CSR Manager with Applegreen Ireland and Ovi Krisciunas, Site Manager at Applegreen in Manor Village Tralee.

Applegreen Donates €2,000 In Fuel To Kerry Cancer Support Group

April 23, 2020 at 10:44 am Comments are Disabled

APPLEGREEN has donated fuel to the value of €2,000 to cover the next month’s diesel costs for the Kerry Cancer Support Group which is providing a vital transport link for cancer patients to access treatment in Cork and Limerick. COVID 19 is having a huge impact on local charities and voluntary organisations […]

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Decisions On Rose Of Tralee And Puck Fair Festivals To Be Made In May

April 23, 2020 at 10:09 am Comments are Disabled

NO decision has yet been made on whether the Rose of Tralee International Festival and Killorglin’s Puck Fair will go ahead this August. Speaking on Radio Kerry this morning, Chief Executive of the Rose of Tralee Festival, Anthony O’Gara, said his team are constantly assessing the situation and will have […]

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