Place: east Kerry
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Manager Edmond O’Sullivan admitted Dr Crokes attempted to coax Colm Cooper out of retirement for yesterday’s Kerry’s county final, but “it wasn’t to be”.
Mon, 11 Nov, 2019
Watched by an impressive 8,258 crowd in Austin Stack Park, Dr Crokes were a distant second best and so it will be club championship winners Austin Stacks that represent the county against Nemo Rangers in next Sunday’s provincial semi-final.
Sun, 10 Nov, 2019
Declan Bogue Armagh may have made their first Ulster semi-final since 2014, but they could be
Tue, 21 May, 2019
On a fast and furious opening 96km stage, Alex Luhrs (Ribble Pro Cycling) took the win from a breakaway trio ahead of his teammate Dan Bigham on day one of the Kerry Group Rás Mumhan. Ben Healy (Team Ireland) just hung on to the flying English duo to take third.
Fri, 19 Apr, 2019
The 2017 Galway U21 hurling final takes place on Saturday, as poor fixture-planning and a condensed calendar has resulted in the competition running 12 months behind schedule.
Wed, 12 Dec, 2018
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Mon, 15 Oct, 2018
Some new insights into the extinction-threatened hen harrier have come to light in a study by a rural development group in Co Cork.
Mon, 30 Jul, 2018
It’s a feat that came in very useful to east Berliners defecting to the West — being concealed in suitcases — and Limerick Rose Kayleigh Maher has discovered she, too, can fit into her enormous suitcase in the unlikely event of her requiring an escape route from Tralee, Co Kerry.
Sat, 19 Aug, 2017
Kerry’s rural readers will be reduced to getting books once a month — after one of the county’s mobile library vans failed its NCT.
Wed, 09 Aug, 2017
On the eve of what would have been Princess Diana’s 56th birthday,reveals her hidden Irish connections.
Fri, 30 Jun, 2017
Suicide was the verdict in three of the four inquests at the coroner’s court in Killarney, Co Kerry yesterday and the fourth inquest was held “to allay” rumours in an east Kerry community that the deceased took his own life.
Sun, 21 May, 2017
Management loses games, players win them (Great GAA truisms, No 53 in a series). On the bad days, the ditch carps and criticises and moans about the sideline. Lambasts may be the association term. Clueless clowns. On Lewis Road in Killarney, you might catch a carp or two on the odd occasion Dr Crokes lose a game, but it’ll be a brave ditch hurler all the same. Or a fool.
Thu, 16 Mar, 2017
From west to east, the wellspring of Kerry football talent is shifting.
Mon, 27 Feb, 2017
Half of the drink-drivers in Kerry are under the age of 40, and most of those are under the age of 30, according to new figures revealed by the gardaí.
Thu, 10 Nov, 2016
Fri, 30 Sep, 2016
Fianna Fáil councillor Michael Cahill, who re-joined the party in July, has declared his intention to seek a nomination to contest the next general election.
Mon, 12 Sep, 2016
An 82-year-old man from a village in East Kerry had publically acknowledged his abuse of two women when they were young children, and he was in his forties and fifties, the Circuit Criminal Court in Tralee has heard.
Fri, 17 Jun, 2016
Kerry County Council is examining locations for cable cars to enhance the Kingdom’s tourism appeal.
Wed, 18 May, 2016
Imagine a national sports body at odds with its constituent parts about money.
Mon, 25 Apr, 2016
Mon, 29 Feb, 2016
Mon, 08 Feb, 2016
Sat, 06 Feb, 2016
Thu, 13 Aug, 2015
This is the insidious Japanese knotweed, one of the fastest-growing and most destructive of our adverse invasive plants and weeds.
Wed, 05 Aug, 2015
A 42-year-old father of four died from multiple injuries after being struck by a vehicle in a hit and run accident while cycling, a court heard yesterday.
Sat, 28 Feb, 2015
Kerry’s Paul Murphy believes Tommy Walsh’s Kingdom return will bring with it positives that ripple far beyond the field of play.
Fri, 19 Dec, 2014
Claims that protected, wild deer are carriers of TB, which affects cattle, have been rejected by the Department of Agriculture.
Wed, 23 Jul, 2014
Killarney might regard itself as the "tourist capital’’, but the rest of the county does not revolve around it, Kerry county manager Tom Curran stated yesterday.
Tue, 13 May, 2014
Businesses in tourist centre Killarney are to lobby for key local authority services to be retained following the abolition this month of the town council.
Thu, 08 May, 2014
Senior officials with the National Ambulance Service will next week meet with GPs, healthcare professionals, community leaders, and politicians amid warnings a restructured service will cost lives in Kerry.
Thu, 24 Apr, 2014
A renowned beauty spot and a magnet for tourists for more than 250 years, Killarney, which likes to dub itself the “tourism capital”, has always seen itself as a place apart.
Mon, 21 Apr, 2014
Thu, 13 Mar, 2014
The 2014 Sliabh Luachra Music Trail, celebrating the traditional musical style of the area, will be launched on Friday by Arts Minister, Jimmy Deenihan, TD, at Ballydesmond Community Centre. The aim is a year-round calendar of events, encompassing festivals and venues throughout the region.
Thu, 06 Mar, 2014
A claim that there will be “utter bedlam’’ in a top tourist town during the summer following the abolition of the town council has been rejected by a senior manager.
Wed, 05 Mar, 2014
Fri, 11 Oct, 2013
A coroner has said that the “plague” of suicides in Kerry had “considerably reduced” since the appeal by the late Donal Walsh to young people to think twice before doing so.
Thu, 12 Sep, 2013
IN TOUGH times for farmers, lime is currently being promoted as the cheapest fertiliser available.
Mon, 22 Apr, 2013
It was a done deal as far as gardaí were concerned when they collared a young man who was trying to sell equipment he’d stolen on the internet.
Fri, 01 Mar, 2013
Road L7046 in the heart of rural east Kerry could be in the running for the dubious record for having the most potholes per metre.
Mon, 11 Feb, 2013
As shortlived as a smile, Irish snow rarely lasts beyond lunchtime, and so, while yesterday began as the best Monday ever for many children, come home time, the whiteness was gone.
Tue, 22 Jan, 2013
Thu, 03 Jan, 2013
Dual Olympic gold medal winner, the late Dr Pat O’Callaghan will be remembered in his native Dromtarriffe, Co Cork, this Sunday as part of the Discover Duhallow — A Day in the Region festivities.
Fri, 27 Jul, 2012