How a Waterville stone helped keep Canada on time
New book explores the rich history of Ballyheigue
TALES of empire, nationhood, maritime adventures, myth and the long story of Christianity in Kerry are included in a remarkable new history of a proud coastal community in north Kerry.
Tourists blind to Listowel's charms
Amazing victory for Fenit crew in Dun Laoghaire to Dingle race
Lerris Cross is looking great
THEY'RE all wondering who the man over the half door could be as an impressive project by a tidy towns group brightens up a famous north Kerry crossroads.
Tarbert gets set for family gathering
TARBERT is calling home its children ahead of a massive weekend in August when the town will celebrate its very own Gathering event - the Tarbert Family Gathering Festival.
Showed great concern for the sick and the vulnerable
The late Sr Aloysius McElligott
Currow -- all the news
Lotto: The monthly lotto for May was held on Sunday night in the Brown flesk Inn. The jackpot of €2500 was not won.
Two teacher schools title for Curraheen
CURRAHEEN National School defeated Ballyfnnane in the 2 Teacher "A" Final last Thursday evening. A big thank you to Mary Jo Coffey and the Beaufort Club for all their help. The remaining School Finals take place in Glenbeigh on Friday, June 21 beginning at 3.30pm.
Charlotte's deeds rewarded at Pres
ONE Presentation student was celebrated by all her peers as the embodiment of the motto of the order's founder: 'not words, but deeds'.
New management initiative comes to Kerry
A NEW initiative to help managers of small and medium firms build their management capability has arrived in Kerry.
Nuala left a lasting impression on anyone she met
NUALA JOYCE (nee Morley), Racecourse Lawn, Tralee and formerly of Lislehane, Cullen, Co Cork passed away peacefully on Tuesday, May 21, in the presence of her loving family in Cork University Hospital, following a very short illness.
Joseph is worthy recipient of Jim Lyons Memorial award
St. Patrick's College – the local, boys' secondary school held its annual awards ceremony at the River Island Hotel on Thursday, May 23rd. Among the awards handed out was one which commemorates the late Jim Lyons and his huge contribution to the life of the school and the future of generations of students.
Colaiste Ide on list of top schools
Coláiste Íde has been listed in sixth place in the Sunday Times league table of the nation's top schools, which was published on Sunday.
Well known from days on road
The late Jimmy Brosnan
True 'Narie' who packed so much into her life
The late Betty O'Sullivan
Man accused of string of assaults on women
€1m lotto win a Listowel secret
THE rumour mill has gone into overdrive in Listowel after a €1m jackpot was won in the town in last Thursday's 'Daily Millions' Lotto draw
Children escape from bus blaze
Almost €19m spent in first quarter on Kerry properties
Shortage of large detached homes on the market
Bidding a fond farewell to Jimmy
Chamber has big plans for the rest of year
'Help us hold on to gold'
Walsh family offer heartfelt thanks for incredible support
SIR, Further to the recent funeral of our son and brother, Donal, and the many letters of condolence we have since received, we would like to express heartfelt thanks from our family.
Sixties legend looking forward to Kerry gig