A bitter row over a disputed right of way near the Lakes of Killarney is set to erupt again after An Bord Pleanála ruled that a gate erected to block public access to the lakeshore is not exempt from planning permission requirements.
Sat, 08 Jul, 2017
An unseen enemy lies in wait for people making the most of fine weather and long evenings at this time of year. Many people may not have heard of Culicoides impunctatus, but everybody is familiar with a tiny creature called a midge, its name in plain language.
Mon, 13 Jun, 2016
LIKELY to be chased as a trophy Killarney purchase, as either a hotel with further potential, or as an extraordinary private residence once more, is the 38-bedroomed Victorian timepiece Cahernane House Hotel, on the Muckross Road in Killarney.
Thu, 04 Feb, 2016
The irony of how a gentle person who loved peace and nature could die in a terrifying gas explosion that ripped through his launderette was reflected upon by mourners at his dignified funeral service yesterday.
Fri, 19 Jul, 2013
WITH all the talk about a possible visit of Queen Elizabeth II to Ireland and the 3 Irish Open being played at Killarney this weekend, it is worth remembering that the queen’s great, great grandmother, Queen Victoria, was largely responsible for putting Killarney on the tourist map with her visit to the area in 1861.
Sat, 31 Jul, 2010
“AT the height of it, this land would have been worth €850,000 to €900,000, and it’s possible to get planning for a fantastic, detached house,” says Donal Cullotty of Coyne and Culloty Real Estate Alliance of a 22.5 acre farm at Crohane, Fossa, Co Kerry.
Thu, 06 May, 2010