A controversial wind farm proposal for turbines reaching 150 metres in height and 120-metre diameter blades in the heart of historic Sliabh Luachra area in Kerry has been granted permission by An Bord Pleanala.
No provision has been made in planning laws, in Kerry, for a minimum distance of the erection of huge wind turbines from family homes.
Four retired Tralee grandmothers are attempting to take “a wrecking ball” to perceptions of older women.
Twenty new jobs will be created following the launch today of Irish TV’s new Munster regional hub in Tralee.
Shannon Development offers property solutions and support, writes Conor Kane.
One of the chief backers of the proposed Global Pharmaceutical Centre of Excellence (GPCE) planned for Tralee has been placed into liquidation.
Jobs Minister Richard Bruton has faced tough questions about the Government’s moves to reconfigure Shannon Development.
A performance management company, whose customer portfolio includes RTÉ and Boston Scientific, has secured an investment of €400,000 through CorkBIC Business Angel Partnership and Enterprise Ireland.
GROWTH in Ireland may have slowed due to the recession, but Kerry company DCS Energy Savings aims to take advantage of opportunities in the British market to increase sales by 20% this year.
INTERNET giant Google is to open a new data centre in Dublin to run its search engine, Gmail and Google Maps services.
Up to 100 jobs have been promised with the move of a financial services company from India to Co Kerry.
THE start-up business programme, Endeavour, has announced the 14 companies that have been selected to complete its 2011 start-up programme.
ALMOST 300 jobs were announced yesterday as part of the first phase of a huge pharmaceutical enterprise planned for unemployment blackspot Tralee, Co Kerry.
THE campaign to establish a major pharmaceutical centre in Tralee is being intensified and potential investors are due to visit the town between now and Christmas.
The Taoiseach Brian Cowen has pledged government support for the proposed Global Pharmaceutical Centre of Excellence in Tralee in Co Kerry.
TWENTY positions have been created at a Kerry- based property management firm to meet growing demands in property sales.
Tralee technology company Aspen Grove has announced the creation of 20 new jobs due to the continued expansion of its business.
KERNEL Capital has invested €750,000 in the Irish-owned BioAtlantis group.
The Taoiseach has announced that contracts for new export sales valued at around €60m were concluded by Enterprise Ireland companies during this week's trade mission to the US.
THE businesspeople of Kerry are celebrating after the county was awarded the prestigious title of European Entrepreneurial Region of the Year for 2011.
Kerry has been awarded the prestigious title of European Entrepreneurial Region of the Year 2011 at a ceremony hosted by the EU Committee of the Regions (CoR) in Brussels today.
KERRY may be in the No 1 position in relation to Gaelic football but it could end up at the bottom of the national broadband league.
Shannon Development is lodging a planning application this week with Kerry County Council for a new 2,500 square metre office building at Kerry Technology Park (KTP), Tralee.
THE sale of Kerry-based images company, Stockbyte, last week for €110m could inspire other success stories from a hi-tech centre in Tralee.
A COMPANY that transferred its 270-job operation out of Kerry, more than three years ago, may again provide jobs for people living in the Kerry area.
Two Kerry-based companies are planning to create 43 new jobs over the next five years as part of investments backed by Shannon Development.
Shannon Development is a key driver behind plans to give Tralee a €28m boost.
A BLEND of cutting edge technology and native cunning enabled Kerry company Stockbyte to snatch the title of DHL Exporter of the Year, managing director Jerry Kennelly said yesterday.
Two Irish companies have announced that they are taking up positions in the new Kerry technology park in Tralee creating 80 jobs.
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