The Chief Executive of the Rose of Tralee says she`s confident there will be a festival in 2004 despite massive debts. Last night the festival confirmed it owes 890,000 euro. A scheme of arrangement is being put in place which involves giving creditors 30 per cent of what they are owed along with a rescue package for the festival. So far 75 per cent of creditors have given a verbal commitment to accept one third of what they are owed, but the festival will have to bring the remaining creditors on board. Siobhan Hanley says she`s confident they can avoid liquidation.
Radio Kerry co-commentator Colm Kelly spoke about yesterday’s pulsating game.
Kerry TD John Brassil talks about a letter a constituent has received about their UK pension.
Aileen Murphy working with the pastoral development team of the Kerry Diocese about the World Meeting of Families. http://media.radiokerry.ie/upload/radiokerry/audio/13_pope.mp3