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Tralee Courthouse Should Be Retained For Courts Use Say Survey Respondents

Tralee Courthouse Should Be Retained For Courts Use Say Survey Respondents

November 17, 2021 at 8:46 am Comments are Disabled

A GREEN Party Kerry online survey has revealed that the vast majority of respondents want Tralee Courthouse to be retained in use for Courts and there is overwhelming opposition to the proposal of a new courthouse at the Island of Geese site. The survey was conducted in September to capture public views […]

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Daly Says Courts Service Will Consider His Solution To Tralee Courthouse Impasse

Daly Says Courts Service Will Consider His Solution To Tralee Courthouse Impasse

November 10, 2021 at 3:48 pm 1 comment

DEPUTY Pa Daly understands the builing committee of the Courts Service is to meet on Thursday to consider a proposal whereby an additional building could be acquired in Ashe Street to enable the Courts facilities to remain there. The Sinn Féin spokesperson for Law Reform, proposed the solution to the […]

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Deputy Daly Wants Clarification On Assessment Of Tralee Courthouse

Deputy Daly Wants Clarification On Assessment Of Tralee Courthouse

September 30, 2021 at 11:52 am Comments are Disabled

KERRY’S Sinn Féin TD has called on the Courts Service to clarify if they have carried out an assessment of Tralee Courthouse by a Conservation Architect. Speaking after the Justice committee on Tuesday of this week, Pa Daly TD, spokesperson for Law Reform, welcomed the contribution from the Department of […]

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Portal Set Up So People Can Share Their Views On Tralee Courthouse Issue

Portal Set Up So People Can Share Their Views On Tralee Courthouse Issue

September 1, 2021 at 5:39 pm 1 comment

AN online portal for people to express their view on the future of the courthouse building on Ashe Street has been set up. The Green Party Chairperson in Kerry, Anluan Dunne, has set up the portal in the hopes that people will share their views. The Courts Service has expressed […]

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Department Of Heritage To Conduct Review Of Tralee Courthouse

Department Of Heritage To Conduct Review Of Tralee Courthouse

August 17, 2021 at 1:37 pm 2 comments

THE Department of Heritage are conducting a review of Tralee’s historic courthouse and their views will be communicated to the OPW and the Courts Service. The Courts Service has signalled it wishes to construct a new court complex in Tralee, rather than invest in the existing building on Ashe Street, with […]

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Daly Expresses Disappointment At Decision To Move Courts From Tralee Courthouse

Daly Expresses Disappointment At Decision To Move Courts From Tralee Courthouse

January 15, 2021 at 5:43 pm 1 comment

SINN Féin TD for Kerry, Pa Daly, has expressed his disappointment with the Courts Service decision to move courts away from Tralee Courthouse to another site in the town. Deputy Daly says he has been informed that the Courts Service has made a decision not to refurbish the Courthouse on […]

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No Decision Made Yet About Future Of Tralee Courthouse

No Decision Made Yet About Future Of Tralee Courthouse

December 16, 2020 at 4:17 pm 1 comment

A DECISION on a new Courthouse in Tralee has yet to be made, after Sinn Féin TD for Kerry, Pa Daly, issued a question on the matter to the Minister for Justice this week. Deputy Daly asked Minister Helen McEntee about the options explored in relation to the socially-distanced swearing in […]

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Council To Seek Straight Answers From Government On Future Of Tralee Courthouse

Council To Seek Straight Answers From Government On Future Of Tralee Courthouse

September 9, 2020 at 9:55 am Comments are Disabled

KERRY County Council is to seek a definitive answer from Courts Service to determine what are their plans in relation to Tralee Courthouse and whether they intend on relocating the courts in the town. At the meeting of Tralee Municipal District on Monday, Cllr Jim Finucane had a motion before […]

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Cllr Says Govt Have Council ‘Over A Barrel’ Over Locating Courthouse At Denny Site

Cllr Says Govt Have Council ‘Over A Barrel’ Over Locating Courthouse At Denny Site

July 17, 2019 at 12:56 pm 1 comment

A TRALEE councillor feels the Courts Services have the Council ‘over a barrel’ on the issue of locating a new Courthouse in the old Denny site. Meanwhile, a local businessman, speaking at a public meeting on Monday night, said he would stand in front of the machinery at any development […]

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Chamber Alliance Concerned About Courthouse Location Reports

Chamber Alliance Concerned About Courthouse Location Reports

June 1, 2018 at 9:45 am 1 comment

TRALEE Chamber Alliance has expressed concerns about reports that the Island of Geese site is being considered as a location of the new Courthouse. It emerged yesterday that Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan favoured the site and discussions had already taken place with the Courts Service about the matter. Tralee […]

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Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan (right) with solicitor Pa Daly, Tralee Chamber Alliance Aidan Kelly and Minister Brendan Griffin.

Minister For Justice Alarmed At Antiquated State Of Tralee Courthouse

May 22, 2018 at 10:31 am Comments are Disabled

THE Minister for Justice says he’s alarmed at the antiquated condition of the courthouse in Tralee. Charlie Flanagan spent nearly an hour inspecting the building on Ashe Street in Tralee amid proposals from the Court Services to build a new courthouse on the outskirts of the town. Tralee Chamber Alliance, […]

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Tralee Delegation Meets With CEO Of Courts Services

Tralee Delegation Meets With CEO Of Courts Services

March 21, 2018 at 5:53 pm Comments are Disabled

A DELEGATION from Tralee met with Brendan Ryan, Courts Services CEO, in Dublin today in an effort to keep court services in Tralee town centre. Sinn Féin Councillor and local solicitor Pa Daly attended the meeting along with Aidan Kelly from the Tralee Chamber Alliance and Kerry TDs Martin Ferris […]

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A United Front Against Court Sittings Moving Out Of Town Centre

A United Front Against Court Sittings Moving Out Of Town Centre

February 14, 2018 at 9:14 am 1 comment

AN Alliance of Tralee businesses, town centre traders , legal practitioners and public representatives will be writing to Minister for Justice and the Courts Service outlining a joint position that court hearings should remain in the Courthouse on Ashe Street . Members of the various interests met on Tuesday afternoon […]

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Kerry Circuit Court.

Council Vows To Fight To Keep Courts Services In Town Centre

July 19, 2016 at 4:37 pm 1 comment

THE Mayor of Tralee called on his fellow councillors and council management to do all they can to keep the court sittings at Tralee Courthouse. The Courts Service proposes to construct a new courthouse on an alternative site to the building on Ashe Street and a State-owned property at Ballymullen is […]

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Site For New Tralee Courthouse Being Looked At By State

Site For New Tralee Courthouse Being Looked At By State

May 25, 2016 at 10:03 am Comments are Disabled

THE Minister for Justice and Equality, Frances Fitzgerald, says the State has identified a location for a new Courthouse in Tralee. The site, which is in State ownership, will not be at the court’s current location on Ashe Street and the Courts Service is assessing the site to establish whether it’s suitable for […]

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Courts Service Say No Funds Available To Make Tralee Courthouse Wheelchair Accessible

Courts Service Say No Funds Available To Make Tralee Courthouse Wheelchair Accessible

January 13, 2016 at 2:52 pm 3 comments

THE issue of access and remedial works to Tralee Courthouse was brought up again at the meeting of the Tralee Municipal District meeting, where a frustrated Cllr Terry O’Brien joked that he was tempted to commit a crime just to see the inside of the building. The Municipal District wrote to […]

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Kerry Circuit Court.

Judge Criticises Conditions In Tralee Courthouse On District Court Days

January 7, 2016 at 10:12 am 1 comment

THE state of Tralee Courthouse on days of district court sittings has been severely criticised by Judge James O’Connor yesterday. A report by Anne Lucey in the Irish Times says the judge called it the most awkward court in Kerry and Cork and he would no longer tolerate the filth and […]

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