News

Gardai urge public to look out for car

Gardai urge public to look out for car

GARDAI in Killarney have appealed to the public to look out for a black Audi A4 that was stolen in the town centre late last night or in the early hours of this morning. The vehicle, with a registration of 12-C-6286, was parked outside the owner’s home at lower New Street, adjacent to Desire Restaurant… Read More…

Tradition shows Killarney at its best

Tradition shows Killarney at its best

AN exciting new feature film, shot entirely in Killarney and including several town scenes and local landmarks, is expected to be ready for release by April and it could debut at the prestigious Galway Film Fleadh in the summer. Tradition, the work of talented local filmmaker Damian O’Callaghan, of OC Productions, is a comedy drama… Read More…

Sport

One tournament, 1,200 players, one hell of a weekend

One tournament, 1,200 players, one hell of a weekend

IF Páidí was still with us he might have persuaded Kim Jong-un himself to take to the field but, in his absence, the organisers of this year’s Comórtas Peile Páidí Ó Sé will have to settle for a team of footballers from the supreme leader’s neighbouring South Korea. Five years after his sudden passing, the drawing power… Read More…

Dubs dominate Pat’s perfect panel

Dubs dominate Pat’s perfect panel

JUST three Kerry players have been included on a list of the country’s top 30 Gaelic footballers compiled by Kingdom legend Pat Spillane. Three-in-a-row champions Dublin dominate his selection with no less than 10 players – representing one third of the total – chosen with powerful midfielder Brian Fenton, whose father hails from Spa in… Read More…

Business

Sun shines down on Kerry Airport

Sun shines down on Kerry Airport

KERRY Airport chairman, Denis Cregan, has welcomed the “positive” announcement by Junior Tourism and Transport Minister, Brendan Griffin, that a contract has been awarded to Stobart Air to operate the Public Service Obligation air route linking Kerry Airport with Dublin for the next four years. The contract, which will come into force on February 1,… Read More…

Brassil urges Foster to go back to the people

Brassil urges Foster to go back to the people

KERRY TD John Brassil has urged DUP leader Arlene Foster to back calls for a second referendum on Brexit. He said because of the DUP’s unique position as power-brokers in the British Parliament, she could use her influence to give the people a second say on such a crucial matter as EU membership. “That is… Read More…

Features

Blueberry adds extra sparkle at Christmas

Blueberry adds extra sparkle at Christmas

PROVIDING the perfect way to add a little extra sparkle and glamour to the festive season, a classy new specialist lingerie store has opened in Killarney and business is exceptionally brisk in the run-in to Christmas. Blueberry Lingerie is located at 8 Fleming’s Lane, off High Street, and proprietor Jagoda Piedel has an extensive stock… Read More…