Stephen Fernane Hundreds of people gathered for the Dawn Mass on Easter Sunday in Annagh graveyard in what turned out to be a beautiful morning.
The Office of Public Works is confident Skellig Michael will open to visitors on schedule in mid May despite another rockfall on the island.
Stephen Fernane There was widespread shock and sadness among parishioners in Kilcummin as news of the sudden death of parish priest Fr John Lucid's spread on Sunday evening.
Tralee received a major jobs boost this week with news that Borg Warner is to reopen a major production line at its plant in... News
The family of murdered Beaufort man James Cahillane have joined gardaí to launch a new appeal for information in a bid to catch his... News
This Sunday marks fifty years to the day since the... News
Skellig Michael and Ceann Sibéal play a starring role... News
Sinn Féin Councillor Damian Quigg has branded Kerry TD Danny Healy Rae's recent comments relating to drink-driving as 'totally... News
There will be plenty on offer in Tarbert Community Centre next Monday evening as... News
Kerry-based financial services firm Monex has announced a new college sponsorship... News
No work is likely to take place on the next phase of the long awaited Tralee Fenit Greenway for the foreseeable future. News
Dublin based Providence Resources have announced they will soon start drilling for oil off the coast of Kerry. News
The Tarbert Island Maritime Club recently held its spring regatta under glorious sunshine in a great start to the season. News