News

Super welcome for minor stars

Super welcome for minor stars

HE loved nothing more than kicking a ball around the yard of the school and he did so on a daily basis for eight years from the day he enrolled in 2003. That’s what made today a very special occasion for man-of-the-moment David Clifford when he brought the Tom Markham Cup to his former national… Read More…

Sport

Jack expects to lose boy wonder

Jack expects to lose boy wonder

KERRY Under 20 boss Jack O’Connor has resigned himself to the probability that he will be unable to call on green and gold boy wonder David Clifford next season. Rules prohibit any player lining out for the Under 20s if they are on their county’s senior championship panel and O’Connor fully expects the gifted young… Read More…

Justin the star as Lakers triumph

Justin the star as Lakers triumph

BIG time basketball returned to Killarney at the weekend – after an absence of nearly a decade – and a passionate crowd of supporters loved every minute of it. St Paul’s, playing under the Scott’s Lakers banner, opened their National League campaign with a home game against Dublin Lions on Saturday night with well over 500 fans… Read More…

Business

Fuel prices continue to creep up

Fuel prices continue to creep up

PETROL and diesel prices are still on the increase in Killarney. A spot check at 10 local filling stations this week confirmed that seven of the premises had hiked their charge for both diesel and petrol by two cent per litre since the last KillarneyToday.com survey in July. Two more increased by one cent for… Read More…

Four ministers and a ferry

Four ministers and a ferry

THREE government ministers are to consider a cross-department approach to secure the long-term future of the Valentia Island ferry, it has emerged. Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Brendan Griffin, is to consult Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross, Arts and Culture Minister, Heather Humphreys, and Minister for Rural and Community Development,… Read More…

Features

Ambitious Michael makes his mark

Ambitious Michael makes his mark

BUSINESS PROFILE LONG before he sat his Leaving Certificate examinations in St Brendan’s College, Killarney, in 2015, Michael O’Keeffe knew exactly the career path he wanted to take. And it all revolved around cars. Even then the ambitious Fossa teenager was infatuated by the motor industry and when an opportunity arose to join the team… Read More…

Be prudent when buying a new car

Be prudent when buying a new car

WITH the 712 car registrations on the horizon, Killarney Credit Union has issued some timely advice to members of the public to ensure they are fully informed on the motor finance deals that are on offer and to  consider options before signing on the dotted line. Research conducted by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission… Read More…