A book lover's paradise by the sea 

Georgina Downes Ballybunion Library sits alone, rather majestically, on the outskirts of the town, perched above a stunning panorama of seemingly endless Atlantic Ocean. The building was once known as St Augustine's, a single-storey, Gothic Revival-style church. What's really interesting is that St Augustine's was originally built at Rattoo, near Ballyduff, in 1879. It stands in Ballybunion today as, in the 1950's, a decision was made to move the entire structure to the resort.

Get the lead out and dispose of hazardous waste for free 

Mícheál Ó Coileáin - Environment Watch We use household hazardous products every day in cleaning and decorating our homes, improving our gardens, car maintenance and even in personal grooming and hygiene. Check any shed, garage, bathroom or kitchen in Kerry and you will find a wide range of households products bearing hazardous symbols. Everyday examples include oil-based paint, weedkillers, bleach, nail varnish and batteries to name but a few. If these products are not properly...

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