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TJ Mahony, Heritage Officer at Kerry County Council; Heather O'Sullivan, Retail representative with Tralee Chamber Alliance; Alison Harvey, National Co-ordinator of the Town Centre Health Check programme; Victoria McCarthy, Architectural Conservation Officer at Kerry County Council; Martha Farrell IT Tralee and Kevin Burns, Economic Development Unit at Kerry County Council, who attended the seminar on Denny Street at Kerry County Museum on Friday. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Very Positive Response To Denny Street Seminar

July 4, 2017 at 11:31 am Comments are Disabled

KERRY County Council – in conjunction with the Heritage Council and Tralee Chamber Alliance – hosted a very successful seminar on the future of Denny Street on Friday last. The event, held at the Kerry County Museum, focused on how to maximise the use and efficiency of properties on Denny […]

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Twenty Per Cent Of Denny Street Buildings Are Empty

Twenty Per Cent Of Denny Street Buildings Are Empty

June 23, 2017 at 9:52 am 1 comment

KERRY County Council in association with the Heritage Council and Tralee Chamber Alliance will host a free public seminar on Friday, June 30 at Kerry County Museum on the future of Denny Street. The aim of the seminar is to stimulate change and to transform Denny Street from a place to […]

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Denny Street Is Looking Good As A Two-Way Street

Denny Street Is Looking Good As A Two-Way Street

May 22, 2017 at 1:00 pm 1 comment

DENNY Street became a two-way street again this morning and the reaction has been a very positive one so far from the public and traders. The parallel parking makes a noticeable difference to the width of the street and traffic was flowing freely both ways at around noon today when […]

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What You Need To Know About The New Two-Way Denny Street

What You Need To Know About The New Two-Way Denny Street

May 16, 2017 at 11:32 am Comments are Disabled

SO, as most of you are aware, Denny Street in Tralee will fully re-open to traffic on Monday next, May 22 and a new two-way traffic system will come into effect. The change is part of the Tralee Active Travel Town project and a €1.7m investment in Tralee town centre and represents […]

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PHOTOS: Resurfaced Denny Street Begins To Really Take Shape

PHOTOS: Resurfaced Denny Street Begins To Really Take Shape

May 13, 2017 at 2:39 pm Comments are Disabled

ANOTHER change on Denny Street came into being this morning, as parallel parking was introduced. There was still one lane closed as work is still going on, but the street has been fully resurfaced and it looks very smart with the tarmacadam laid and the new cycle lane in place. The […]

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Works Underway In Tralee Town Centre To Prepare For Denny Street Two-Way

Works Underway In Tralee Town Centre To Prepare For Denny Street Two-Way

November 16, 2016 at 11:36 am Comments are Disabled

KERRY County Council has commenced works on the provision of new traffic signals at the junction of Denny Street and The Mall in Tralee as well as upgrading the signals at the junction of Ivy Terrace and Prince’s Quay near the Dominican church. The works are scheduled to be completed by […]

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Denny Street Two-Way Traffic Work To Begin In September

August 4, 2016 at 12:25 pm Comments are Disabled

DENNY Street will be two-way traffic by Christmas and works on the shared space in The Mall/Bridge Street/Russell Street will begin in January 2017 it was revealed last night. Kerry County Council Senior Executive Engineer, Eamon Scanlon, briefed local businesspeople  on the upcoming works at a meeting in the Imperial Hotel last […]

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Two-Way Traffic System Set For Denny Street By End Of August

Two-Way Traffic System Set For Denny Street By End Of August

April 28, 2016 at 11:33 am 1 comment

WORK is to start in less than a month to prepare Denny Street for a two-way traffic system by the end of August. Kerry County Council Engineer, Eamon Scanlon, briefed members of Tralee Chamber Alliance on the work ahead at the Alliance’s AGM at the Grand Hotel last night. After […]

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Daniel O'Donnell sings 'Rose of Tralee' to a packed Denny Street. Photo by Gavin O'Connor.

PHOTOS: New Rose Elysha Brennan Beams as Midnight Madness Draws The Crowds

August 19, 2015 at 12:42 pm Comments are Disabled

DESPITE the rain, thousands made their way to Denny Street, to catch a glimpse at the new Rose Of Tralee, Elysha Brennan and Midnight Madness. The Meath Rose, Elysha Brennan, was announced as the winner on the night and was led to the stage on Denny Street, by the Escort of […]

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VIDEO: New Archive Footage Released Of De Valera Reviewing The Forces In Tralee

VIDEO: New Archive Footage Released Of De Valera Reviewing The Forces In Tralee

July 28, 2015 at 12:59 pm Comments are Disabled

THIS man could certainly draw a crowd! Long before Nathan Carter was packing Denny Street for the festival, there was another guy who had the magnetism to attract thousands of people to the streets of Tralee. British Movietone, the digital archive service, has just uploaded a video of Eamon De Valera […]

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New Rose Walk Takes Shape At Denny Street Entrance To Park

New Rose Walk Takes Shape At Denny Street Entrance To Park

June 10, 2015 at 10:41 am Comments are Disabled

DRIVERS and pedestrians will have noticed a lot of work going on in Denny Street over the past couple of weeks. It’s all to do with the construction of the new ‘Rose Walk’ which will begin at the Town Park Denny Street entrance and stretch all the way through the Park, […]

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VIDEO: 12 Hours In The Life Of Denny Street…In Just Over A Minute

VIDEO: 12 Hours In The Life Of Denny Street…In Just Over A Minute

June 4, 2015 at 10:43 am Comments are Disabled

  A NEW video has recently been uploaded to YouTube showing the hustle and bustle of life on one of our main streets over a 12-hour period. Denny Street gets the timelapse treatment in the one minute, 13 seconds clip that shows the 12-hours from 6.30am to 6.30pm on Friday May 29, all filmed […]

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‘Yes’ Vote Gains Support From Above…Well, Sort Of

‘Yes’ Vote Gains Support From Above…Well, Sort Of

May 22, 2015 at 2:33 pm Comments are Disabled

  The ‘YES Vote’ just gained a supporter from on high. The Twitter posts from the ‘Denny Street Camera’ today have been displaying a rainbow on its feed for referendum today. The images are from the Kerry County Council owned web cam at the Ashe Memorial Hall, Denny Street and is updated regularly. […]

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Viewing the Airshow from Denny Street on Sunday were, from left: Evie Giles, Isabella Sands, Rosie Giles, Emma Sands, Dylan Sands and Billy Giles. Photo by Gavin O'Connor.

Photos: Skyfest 2014 Wows Onlookers All Over Town

August 19, 2014 at 4:33 pm Comments are Disabled

IF you happened to be driving around town during Sunday afternoon you may have spied people craning their necks to the skies, to take in what has now become a feature of the festival, the Skyfest. Though it took a while to kick off – because of some blustery weather […]

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New Wheelchair Access To Park Nears Completion

New Wheelchair Access To Park Nears Completion

June 5, 2014 at 2:54 pm Comments are Disabled

IF you’ve been driving down Denny Street lately, you’ll have seen some work being carried out on the wall at the entrance to the Town Park. This is because the Council is constructing a new and improved access for wheelchair users which should be completed in the next fortnight. The old entrance had […]

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