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Status Orange warning issued for Kerry

KERRY is bracing itself for a massive battering from the weather on Friday and Saturday with a Status Orange warning for very strong winds issued for the county. The second highest level of warning, issued by Met Éireann and circulated by Kerry County Council, will come into force on Friday evening and Saturday. Kerry County… Continue Reading

School implements critical incident management plan

STAFF at Killorglin Community College will help support and offer advice and guidance to pupils following the loss of a classmate and friend in tragic circumstances. 13-year-old Ryan Nagle, from Ballygamboon, Castlemaine, passed away in Temple Street Children’s Hospital in Dublin on Tuesday after being injured in an accident involving a quad bike the previous… Continue Reading

Killarney to welcome the man in black

THE resemblance is said to be uncanny, the distinctive voice is certainly instantly recognisable as Kerry audiences will see when the Johnny Cash Roadshow will roll into town on June 29. The only production to be endorsed by the Cash family themselves, after sold out shows across Europe, the event to the INEC in Killarney… Continue Reading

Sad passing of schoolboy “a terrible tragedy”

THE funeral arrangements for the Kerry teenager who died after sustaining serious injuries in an accident involving a quad bike have been announced. 13-year-old Ryan Nagle was airlifted to Temple Street Children’s Hospital in Dublin from University Hospital Kerry last week but he lost his fight for life on Tuesday. His family is hugely popular… Continue Reading

Open invite to share a poem or sing a song

A TALENTED Killarney poet has been engaged as the writer-in-residence for the Bealtaine festival this May in an initiative spearheaded by Kerry County Council in association with the Kerry Writers’ Museum in Listowel and co-funded by the Arts Council. Eileen Sheehan will be based in the Writers’ Museum for the month of May. Originally from… Continue Reading