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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’?

Kerry apprentices to receive certificates of completion in Advanced Crafts

Approximately 100 apprentices from Kerry, Cork and Clare will today receive certificates of completion at a ceremony in Killarney. The apprentices undertook the...

Fianna Fáil tables motion of no confidence in Tánaiste, breaking confidence and supply agreement...

Fianna Fáil tables motion of no confidence in Tánaiste, breaking confidence and supply agreement with Government That means an election is inevitable, but the timing...

Irish Postmasters Union says immediate investment is needed to save rural post offices

The Irish Postmasters Union says immediate investment is needed to save rural post offices. The Minister for Communications, Denis Naughten, announced a €30 million investment...

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Floodwater Rushed Into Our Home – November 23rd, 2017

Arthur Gabrielyan from Gortcrissane in Listowel, a father of two, woke his family early yesterday morning as floodwater began to enter his home. Arthur and...

Drivers Trapped in Water after Road Closure Sign Moved – November 23rd, 2017

Elaine contacted the show this morning to describe the frightening situation when she was driving to work from her home near Ballyheigue this morning. http://media.radiokerry.ie/upload/radiokerry/audio/part3.mp3

Why I Became a Catholic Deacon – November 23rd, 2017

Denis Kelleher is married and is a father of five children. He’s also a recently ordained deacon in the Catholic Church. He’s been telling...