Archive for September 26th, 2020

Kerry Cases Rise To 380, 248 More COVID-19 Cases Reported Nationally

Kerry Cases Rise To 380, 248 More COVID-19 Cases Reported Nationally

September 26, 2020 at 5:53 pm Comments are Disabled

THE total official number of cases for Kerry since the start of the pandemic has increased by nine to 380, reflecting the increase reported yesterday. But Kerry was not specifically mentioned as having new cases by the health authorities this evening. If there is an increase it will  be added […]

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PHOTOS: Glamorous Ladies Take Part In Listowel Races Online Best Dressed Competition

September 26, 2020 at 11:52 am 1 comment

SADLY, McElligotts Honda Ladies Day did not take place this year at Listowel racecourse, but there was still an array of style to be viewed online. The directors and sponsors, organised a virtual ladies day on Friday where ladies were invited to celebrate all the fashion and fun of ladies […]

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Fenit RNLI Welcomes First Female Lifeboat Coxswain In Ireland

September 26, 2020 at 11:11 am 1 comment

A VOLUNTEER lifeboat crew member with Fenit RNLI in Kerry, has been passed out as an RNLI Coxswain and is the the first woman to be appointed to the role in the country. Denise Lynch is currently the only woman to hold the senior position on an operational lifeboat crew […]

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Finnegan On Films: Three Very Different Offerings At The Omniplex

September 26, 2020 at 11:10 am Comments are Disabled

Our movie guy, James Finnegan, looks at what’s playing in Tralee Omniplex this week… Three very different offerings on show this week at Tralee Omniplex including science fiction (I hope!), a romantic comedy musical and a wonderful Irish made true life documentary that tells a great human story. Street Leagues […]

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Kerry College Campus Activities Continue As Normal

Kerry College Campus Activities Continue As Normal

September 26, 2020 at 10:54 am 1 comment

KERRY College would like to clarify that, as a provider of Further Education and Training (FET), the college is excluded from the request of NPHET to move all learning online for the next two weeks. Although Higher Education institutions has been requested to move to online learning from Monday next, […]

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