Archive for July 11th, 2020

Miriam Murphy.

Death Of Renowned Tralee Soprano Miriam Murphy

July 11, 2020 at 12:28 pm 2 comments

THE death has taken place yesterday of renowned soprano Miriam Murphy. Tralee native Ms Murphy passed away in London, where she was based. As a child she began singing in choirs in town and attended the Kerry School of Music. She was also taught by Veronica Dunne in Dublin before […]

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Greenway Group Urges Council To Complete Project Ahead Of 2021 Tourist Season

Greenway Group Urges Council To Complete Project Ahead Of 2021 Tourist Season

July 11, 2020 at 11:58 am Comments are Disabled

A LOCAL group who are keen to see the Tralee-Fenit Greenway up and running as soon as possible have issued a call to local politicians to do all they can to have it ready for the 2021 tourist season. The ‘Friends Of The Tralee To Fenit Greenway’ have expressed disappointment […]

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Cllr Deirdre Ferris.

Call For Council To Do More To Curb Litter And Anti-Social Behaviour Problems In Fenit

July 11, 2020 at 11:58 am Comments are Disabled

A SINN Fein Councillor has asked Kerry County Council to introduce a programme of measures to curb littering and anti-social behaviour in Fenit. Cllr Deirdre Ferris made the call at Tralee Municipal District meeting on Monday, following complaints from constituents in Fenit area over issues of deliberate littering and anti-social […]

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Kelby Guilfoyle.

Tralee Author’s Debut Novel Available To Buy Online

July 11, 2020 at 11:57 am Comments are Disabled

A TRALEE author has just released their debut novel which is currently available to buy online. Kelby Guilfoyle┬áis a 23 year old author who identifies as non-binary. Their debut novel ‘Poppy’ released July 3, takes place in Tralee and is a love letter to growing up in small town Ireland, […]

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Finnegan On Films: It’s Back To The Omniplex And Three Crowd-Pleasers

Finnegan On Films: It’s Back To The Omniplex And Three Crowd-Pleasers

July 11, 2020 at 11:57 am Comments are Disabled

With Tralee Omniplex back to business, our movie guy James Finnegan takes a look at some great old movies playing as part of the ‘Bring It Back’ season… The great news that the Omniplex has reopened is another sign of the gentle return to what passes for normal. Yes, these […]

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