Archive for January 18th, 2023

Leanne Hennessy

The Stag & Doe Music Sessions Find A New Tralee Home

January 18, 2023 at 4:47 pm Comments are Disabled

THE Stag & Doe Sessions are returning to Tralee in a new venue next month after a break of over three years. The Greyhound Bar will host the line-up of original music artists with the first session  starting on February 10.  The sessions were a great addition to the town’s […]

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Glenderry National School located just outside Ballyheigue.

Sponsored: Glenderry National School To Host Open Night

January 18, 2023 at 12:59 pm Comments are Disabled

GLENDERRY National School will host an Open Night next Tuesday, January 24, from 7pm to 8pm. “A school open day plays an important part when choosing your child’s primary school,” said Gerard Pierce, Principal. Glenderry National School officially known as Scoil Naomh Erc is a mixed catholic primary school with […]

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Met Éireann Warns Of More Cold Weather For Tonight

Met Éireann Warns Of More Cold Weather For Tonight

January 18, 2023 at 11:37 am Comments are Disabled

IT’S been a cold week and it looks like that will continue for at least another night. Met Éireann has issued another Status Yellow Ice warning for Ireland for Wednesday night into Thursday morning. They say there will be icy stretches leading to hazardous travelling conditions again, with wintry showers […]

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Shane Finn and Rebecca Hoban Owners of Outwest Clothing in Dingle

‘Moving West’ TV Show To Focus On Kerry Next Week

January 18, 2023 at 11:14 am Comments are Disabled

A NUMBER of Kerry people will feature in the new series of ‘Moving West’ on TG4 which begins this month. Shot against the backdrop of the unique natural beauty and culture of the west, this series puts a spotlight on Donegal, Sligo, Mayo, Galway, Kerry and a special episode on […]

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Winner Frank Boland from Kinsale receives his Ford Focus courtesy of the Cavanagh family’s TOMAR Trust. Frank is pictured with his wife Mary and the Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr. Deirdre Forde. Included are, from left: Gerry Garvey, Regional Co-Ordinator, St. Vincent de Paul; Conor Kavanagh, Tomar Trust; Pat Harte, Sales Manager, CAB and Paddy O'Flynn, St Vincent de Paul. The total funds raised for this year’s Car Draw was €248,000 and SVP South-West would like to express their sincere gratitude to the public for their generous support this year, with all funds raised going directly towards helping people in need in both Cork and Kerry.
Pic: Brian Lougheed

€248,000 Raised For St Vincent de Paul In Cork/Kerry From Annual Car Draw

January 18, 2023 at 10:35 am Comments are Disabled

ST Vincent De Paul South-West has thanked the public for its “immense” support of their Annual Car Draw Appeal as they confirmed that €248,000 was raised from the 2022 Car Draw Appeal. The total amount was raised through ticket sales and donations to both SVP Cork and Kerry since the […]

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The Rose Hotel Achieves Emerald Award For Sustainability

The Rose Hotel Achieves Emerald Award For Sustainability

January 18, 2023 at 9:35 am Comments are Disabled

THE first FSG Emerald Award for Sustainability in the world has been awarded to The Rose Hotel, Tralee, by environmental educational company Fifty Shades Greener. Odran Lucey, the hotel’s Green Manager and Executive Head Chef has been described by the company as a force of nature when it comes to leading […]

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