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Killarney’s rate of infection per 100,000 population was 20.3

Killarney’s rate of infection per 100,000 population was 20.3

SIX cases of coronavirus were confirmed in Killarney in the 14-day period from September 1-14, it has been confirmed. The rate of infection per 100,000 population was 20.3 and the Killarney Municipal District has a total population of 29,607. In Castleisland, five cases were diagnosed in the same period. The rate of infection per population… Read More…

36 new cases in 14 days in Kerry

36 new cases in 14 days in Kerry

ALTHOUGH the increase was not officially flagged by senior public health officials yesterday, as is normally the case, four new cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed in Kerry this Saturday, bringing the number of infections in the county to date to 366. The number of newly confirmed cases in Kerry over the past 14 days… Read More…

Sport

Brotherly love set aside for Wayne and Terry

Brotherly love set aside for Wayne and Terry

FROM a club perspective, it was a win-win situation but on the field of play it was all about bragging rights and friendly rivalry as Killarney Celtic A engaged with the club’s senior B team in a novel all -Celtic Kerry League Cup final last night. The final pairing speaks volumes of the stranglehold the… Read More…

Major campaign to get Kerry people more active

Major campaign to get Kerry people more active

THE Kerry Recreation and Sports Partnership has urged the people of Kerry to get out and be active for European Week of Sport 2020 which runs from September 23-30. There will be a mixture of events available locally to cater to the needs of every member of the community – even from the comfort of… Read More…

Business

Mayor: There’s too much at stake for the town

Mayor: There’s too much at stake for the town

AN appeal has been issued to the public to continue following public health guidelines if visiting Listowel for the seven-day festival of racing which gets underway on Sunday. Although the meeting will be held behind closed doors, a big influx is expected and that has given cause for some concern in terms of social distancing and… Read More…

Demand to know costs of Safe Streets plan

Demand to know costs of Safe Streets plan

KERRY County Council is to be asked to divulge exactly how much money has been spent on the Safe Streets campaign implemented in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Cllr Jackie Healy-Rae has tabled a question for next Monday’s meeting of the local authority to ascertain how much the mobility plan has cost to date. He… Read More…

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