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Two leading candidates to replace Enda Kenny as Fine Gael leader warn party needs...

The two leading candidates to replace Enda Kenny as Fine Gael leader and Taoiseach have warned the party needs to prepare for an election....

Inland Fisheries Ireland carried out over 8,000 patrols and inspections in region last year

Inland Fisheries Ireland carried out over 8,000 patrols and inspections last year in the South Western River Basin District, which covers Kerry. That's according to...

Councillor says dog fouling is a blight which will affect tourism in Kerry

One woman said she would seek the removal of Ballybunion from the Wild Altlantic Way because of the problem of dog foul in the...

Trial of two men charged in connection with Waterville Post Office robbery to start...

A jury has been sworn in at Tralee Circuit Criminal Court in the trial of two men charged in connection with the robbery of...

Majority of Kerry FG councillors who respond to survey say they have confidence in...

A majority of Fine Gael councillors who responded to a survey by Radio Kerry News say they have confidence in the Taoiseach. Enda Kenny has...

Meeting between Taoiseach and Independent Alliance this afternoon

A meeting between the Taoiseach and Independent Alliance is to take place this afternoon on the future of the minority government. The group has a...

Kerry girls who didn’t get HPV vaccine can still do so

Parents of teenage girls in Kerry who haven't got the HPV vaccine are being reminded they can still do so. The HSE will be returning...

Court orders ashes of woman who lived in Killarney be given to executor of...

A court has ordered that the ashes of a woman be released to the executor of her will so they can be interred in...

Union representing some Kerry hospital staff denies strike is opportunistic

The union representing some Kerry hospital staff is denying that upcoming strike action is opportunistic. From March 7th hospital support staff across the country including...

Tralee and Killarney failing to deal properly with urban waste water

The European Commission is taking Ireland to court for failure to ensure towns and cities are dealing properly with urban waste water. It says the...

Plan for the development of Killarney town being finalised

A plan for the development of Killarney town is being finalised. Councillor John Joe Culloty brought a motion to the recent Municipal District meeting, asking...

Major Kerry water project to be completed by the summer

A €30 million water project in Kerry is on course to be completed this summer. Irish Water, which is responsible for the maintenance and operation...

Students honoured at Kerry ETB Awards

Sixty-six student awards were presented at the annual Kerry ETB Student Awards ceremony. The event celebrated the achievements of students and learners from their Post...

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Castleisland mother facing homelessmess

Deirdre spoke to Tara from Castleisland who is a mother of five and soon will have nowhere to live and is no closer to...

Tougher Law on Drink Drivers Passes Crucial Stage in Dáil – January 19th, 2018

Kerry Independent TD, Danny Healy-Rae, says he will continue his opposition to the Road Traffic Bill and has some strong words about Transport Minister,...

Call from the Dáil – January 19th, 2018

Michael O’Regan, parliamentary correspondent for The Irish Times, on a very important week for Irish society and politics – the Garda apology to Joanne...