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Coursing ban has been partly lifted

The ban on hare coursing has been partly lifted.The Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht has confirmed that the activity may resume in...

Man remanded in custody charged with assaulting three men with a hammer in Tralee

A man has been remanded in custody for a week charged with assaulting three men with a hammer in Tralee.It’s alleged 36-year-old Michael Costello...

Killarney man charged with damage to 4th of July statues

A Killarney man has appeared in court charged with causing €2,300 worth of damage to 4th of July statues.19-year-old Eamon Murphy of Cahir, Aghadoe...

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A Problem Shared – October 16th, 2019

Every Wednesday, Val and Tony McGinley give their take on problems that listeners have sent to them.

Innocents, Informers or Both? IRA Civil War Executions – October 16th, 2019

The Irish Times journalist Ronan McGreevy talks about the IRA's execution of 'Old Tom', a member of the Traveller community, described at the time...

South Kerry Oral Hearing Week Two – October 16th, 2019

Eamonn Hickson reports on the contributions submitted yesterday at the hearing which is taking place in Manor West Hotel, Tralee.