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A whopping €257,723 is some consolation prize

A whopping €257,723 is some consolation prize

A LOTTERY ticket sold in Beaufort was just one number short of scooping a massive €16.5 million jackpot but it still earned the lucky owner a cool €257,723. The ticket, sold in Carson’s Daybreak and Beaufort Post Office, had five matching numbers plus the bonus to win over quarter of a million euro but it… Read More…

Club launches Couch to 5k initiative

Club launches Couch to 5k initiative

MOVING with the times we live in, the Killarney Valley Athletic Club is organising what promises to be an action-packed, fun-filled Couch to 5k event for adults who simply want to get moving. The group will meet twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 7.30pm, starting on October 5. The programme will conclude at… Read More…

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Club launches Couch to 5k initiative

Club launches Couch to 5k initiative

MOVING with the times we live in, the Killarney Valley Athletic Club is organising what promises to be an action-packed, fun-filled Couch to 5k event for adults who simply want to get moving. The group will meet twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 7.30pm, starting on October 5. The programme will conclude at… Read More…

Ross ladies bring home the silverware

Ross ladies bring home the silverware

AT the top of their game and displaying great consistency, the ladies of the Ross Golf Club in Killarney were in celebratory mood after they were declared the winners of the keenly contested Joe Quinlan Trophy at the weekend. They overcame a stiff challenge from Tralee Golf Club in the shootout, held at Dooks, and… Read More…

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A whopping €257,723 is some consolation prize

A whopping €257,723 is some consolation prize

A LOTTERY ticket sold in Beaufort was just one number short of scooping a massive €16.5 million jackpot but it still earned the lucky owner a cool €257,723. The ticket, sold in Carson’s Daybreak and Beaufort Post Office, had five matching numbers plus the bonus to win over quarter of a million euro but it… Read More…

Billy hailed as a credit to his country

Billy hailed as a credit to his country

A GIFTED Kerry-based horticulturalist has scooped a coveted gold medal at the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show for a truly spectacular display. Billy Alexander from Kells Bay Gardens won the first prize for his entry which is described as a microcosm of Kells Bay with Dicksonia Antarctica tree ferns. The honour follows another gold medal win… Read More…

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