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  1. Ronan Redican says:


    Here is the link to the 5K walk that Jim Breen launched yesterday in Mercy Secondary School, Mounthawk.

  2. I am just curious if there is going to be an article done on the event ‘bewildered’ which took place on Saturday in Ballymac.

    It was an extremely will organised and successful event with almost 300 people participating in the challenge. It was better than any toughmudder event, so deserves great exposure and should become an annual event.

    There are plenty of photos on facebook and I am sure you would not have a problem finding someone from Ballymac GAA to interview.

  3. Hello,

    My name is Elizabeth O’Connor. I am a Transition Year student attending Presentation Secondary School Tralee. A group of three other TY students and I competed in the SEAI One Good Idea competition and are successfully proceeding to the Regional Finals in Cork this coming February 24th. Our idea is named “Sustainable Karaoke” and is a spin off of the popular segment “Carpool Karaoke” on the Late Late Show with James Corden except when carrying out our idea we are carpooling with friends in order to promote sustainability in our local area. We are currently trying to broaden our campaign and were really hoping you may be able to do an article about it to help us broadcast sustainability for the Kerry community in the future!

    Thank you for your time,
    Elizabeth O’Connor

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