News

Sheila now reunited with her leading man

Sheila now reunited with her leading man

POPULAR Killarney woman Sheila Courtney, who was laid to rest in Aghadoe Cemetery yesterday, was a lifelong lover of musicals and movies and a big fan of leading men of the calibre of Clark Gable, Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra and Gregory Peck. But now, following her passing last Monday, she has been reunited with her… Read More…

Heartbreak in Limerick for Jack’s lads

Heartbreak in Limerick for Jack’s lads

IT was a heartbreaking case of so near and yet so far for a gritty Kerry under 20 side who staged a memorable fightback but, devastatingly, lost by a single point to Kildare in the All-Ireland Championship semi-final in Limerick this afternoon. Trailing by seven points well into the second half of a tight and… Read More…

Sport

Heartbreak in Limerick for Jack’s lads

Heartbreak in Limerick for Jack’s lads

IT was a heartbreaking case of so near and yet so far for a gritty Kerry under 20 side who staged a memorable fightback but, devastatingly, lost by a single point to Kildare in the All-Ireland Championship semi-final in Limerick this afternoon. Trailing by seven points well into the second half of a tight and… Read More…

€5.3 million already raised for Currans project

€5.3 million already raised for Currans project

CORPORATE Kerry GAA supporters splashed out €150 a head for a lunch in Croke Park on Friday with four fee tickets for tomorrow’s Super 8’s clash with Galway distributed to each table of 10 with an option of buying six more. Billed as a curtain raiser to the big match and “the social event of… Read More…

Business

Council buys 13.7-acre site near town

Council buys 13.7-acre site near town

KERRY County Council has confirmed that it has acquired a portion of the Peninsula lands in Kenmare. The purchase of the 13.7-acre site, on the outskirts of the town, has been completed following lengthy negotiations. Following on from the successful adoption of new casual trading bye-laws for Kenmare in recent months, which come into effect… Read More…

It’s looking good but no room for complacency

It’s looking good but no room for complacency

HOTEL and guesthouse owners in Killarney and across the county are forecasting a good summer for the sector, according to the results of the latest industry survey undertaken by the Irish Hotels Federation. A total of 70 per cent of those interviewed say business is up compared to the same time last year, with increases… Read More…

Features

Dunloe is jazzing up Summer Sundays

Dunloe is jazzing up Summer Sundays

THE Sunday lunch scene in Killarney is being jazzed up in an exciting fashion courtesy of the newly reopened Dunloe Hotel and Gardens. The five-star establishment has introduced a live jazz music lunch which will run from 12.30pm right through to 5.00pm with high quality musical entertainment guaranteed to help while away a lazy Summer… Read More…