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Killarney Friary selected to run international project

A new international project being run in the Irish Franciscan Order in Killarney is being hailed as an important step for the order. Men from...

Ballymacelligott woman aims to highlight sepsis following death of husband

A local woman aims to highlight the life-threatening condition sepsis, following the death of her husband. 37-year-old golf professional Liam Duggan lived in Ballymacelligott with his...

Public meetings on marine tourism to be hosted across the Dingle Peninsula

A series of public meetings are set to take place to discuss the future of communities and the development of marine-based tourism on the...

First half of Rose of Tralee contestants to appear on TV to be chosen...

Sixteen of the 32 Rose of Tralee contestants to appear on the televised selection nights will be chosen tonight.     The Celebration of Roses is taking...

Gardaí renew appeal for information on Ballybunion man missing one year

Gardaí have renewed their appeal for information on a Ballybunion man missing for almost a year.     54-year old William Mulvihill hasn't been seen since Sunday...

Kerry TD says delayed hospital discharges and lost bed days are ‘unjustifiable’

A Kerry TD is calling on the HSE and the Government to deal with the challenge of delayed hospital discharges.     Fianna Fáil Deputy John Brassil...

Almost 400 new .ie websites registered in Kerry in first half of 2017

Almost 400 new .ie websites were registered in Kerry in the first half of 2017. That's according to the latest dot ie Domain Profile Report...

Companies sought to deal with eradication of rhododendron in Killarney National Park

Companies are being invited to tender for a contract to eradicate rhododendron in Killarney National Park. The invasive species has spread across thousands of hectares...

Over 800 Kerry farmers paid GLAS balancing payments to date

Over 800 Kerry farmers have been paid their GLAS balancing payments to date. According to figures from the Agriculture Minister, 816 Kerry applicants have been...
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No winner of last night’s Lotto jackpot

There was no winner of last night's Lotto jackpot of €7.6 million. The winning numbers were 7, 16, 17, 25, 31, and 33; the bonus number was...

7.7 million euro of expanded facilities officially opened at Bon Secours Hospital Tralee

Junior Minister Brendan Griffin believes there should be more collaboration between the private and public health sectors. The Kerry TD was speaking as he officially...

Kerry’s junior minister says zero tolerance approach needed to anti-social behaviour on public transport

The Junior Minister at the Department of Transport says a zero-tolerance approach is needed to anti-social behaviour on public transport. Irish Rail is working closely...

House burgled following emergency hoax call-out in Castlecove

A south Kerry householder, who responded to a hoax emergency call-out, returned to find his home burgled. Last Sunday, between 2.30pm and 3.45pm, a householder...

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Kerry Co-op Board Deserves a Hearing – June 18th, 2018

Michael O’Dowd is a dairy farmer and the IFA Dairy representative for Kerry. He attended last week’s special general meeting of Kerry Co-op where...

Clamping Down on Puppy Farms – June 18th, 2018

Brendan Smith, Animal Welfare Officer with Veterinary Ireland, spoke to Jerry about the need for stronger regulation of dog breeding establishments http://media.radiokerry.ie/upload/radiokerry/audio/Dogbreeding.mp3

Seven Days – June 17th, 2018

On this weeks Seven Days, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla visit Kerry, will people bet on anything?, do celebrity suicides effect vulnerable people,...