Wednesday, November 22, 2017

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Just Once

Just Once is a new series of short features for Radio Kerry produced by the students of Radio Kerry Training. It is an opportunity to say, do or feel something once. Have you ever thought to yourself “if I could go back to that one moment I do it all differently” or “I wish just once people would see me differently” or “I wish I could sit and chat with them just once more”? These are all things that many of us have considered at one time or another. Through the ‘Just Once’ series Radio Kerry hopes to give people the chance to fulfill that wish by simply saying it out loud, sometimes just taking a thought or a feeling and saying it out loud is enough. Do you have something that you would like to do or say ‘Just Once’?

Man dead following collision on Tralee Dingle road

A man has died following a collision on the Tralee Dingle road. The incident involving a 39-year-old cyclist happed at Tonevane at 8.15 last night. Two...

Extensive flooding reported across Kerry

Gardaí and motorists are reporting extensive flooding across the county, and motorists are being urged to drive with care. Bus Eireann is also advising customers...

Major diversions in place following crash on Tralee-Dingle road

One person has been taken to hospital following a road crash outside Tralee on the main Dingle road. The collision involving a cyclist and a...

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Just 1 Year: €1,200 Car Insurance to a Quote of €4,066 – November 21st,...

Danny Brosnan from Rathmore is self-employed. He’s been telling Jerry how costly car insurance is and how it’s a major consideration when you’re running...

Major Economic Conference in Killarney – November 21st, 2017

The inaugural Killarney Economic Conference will be held on January 12th and 13th next. Organiser Dr William Sheehan spoke to Jerry.

Scaremongering Won’t Keep People Safe from Crime – November 21st, 2017

Sinn Féin Cllr and solicitor, Pa Daly, says he disagrees with  Deputy Michael Fitzmaurice’s view that elderly people in rural areas should be allowed...