Killarney is reacting to the good news that the town is now ranked third on this morning’s league table of cleanliness. The survey found both Killarney and Tralee are cleaner than the European norm according to the latest survey from Irish Business Against Litter. Tralee ranked in eighteenth place on the table of 40 towns and cities in Ireland while the cities of Dublin, Cork and Limerick are at the bottom of the table. Yvonne Quill of Killarney Looking Good says they are thrilled with the result and paid tribute to the hard work of the council and local volunteers : [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/26985/medium/”]
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Former Kerry footballer Sean O’Sullivan on the retirement of Kerry intercounty footballer Donnchadh Walsh.http://media.radiokerry.ie/upload/radiokerry/audio/2109_donnchadh.mp3