Published 25/12/2013 | 05:36
The Finnegan Cup has been rescheduled and will now take place on Saturday December 28th at 2:00pm in Templenoe.
Our weekly Bingo which takes place each Thursday night will not be held on Thursday December 26th. Bingo will resume again on Thursday January 9th 2014.
We wish all our readers, neighbours and friends a very Happy Christmas and a Peaceful and Prosperous New Year.
The Community Employment office will be closed from December 25th until January 5th 2014. We will reopen on January 6th 2014.
Women 200 filled the CYMS Hall on Tuesday morning last for their 2013 Christmas Party.Margaret o Sullivan,Cromane lady,welcomed all women..each lady brought a gift,and therefore each lady received a gift going home. Great idea! There was lashings of great food which made everyone happy. Tuesday mornings are a great success for Women 2000. Our return date is January 7th at 10.30am on Tuesday mornings.
BOWLING AT SPORTS COMPLEX
On Tuesday afternoons is going great. Our Chairperson James Murphy welcomed us and thanked everyone who sent get well cards to Chris O Connor,we wish her a hasty return to the Bowls in Killorglin and Glenbeigh. Bowls return again on January 7th 2014.starting at 1.15,everybody welcome to join the club. We wish everybody a very Happy Christmas and a peaceful New Year
On St. Stephens Day in Milltown ,Thursday 26th, 2013, with Martin Greenwood. An easy 3mile walk for all the family,just to Killaclohane Woods and back again. Starting time 11.00am and 12.00 noon
all my readers and friends,and to those who give the news to me! A very Happy Christmas.
KILLORGLIN ARCHIVES NEWSLETTER
is now available through the town. It was a very successful year. They won their section,Community Award in Kerry and got through to the all Ireland final in Derry. The face book page Web site are receiving more and more hits. One video alone has over 1600 people viewing it. There is a lot more photos out there and one of our staff,either Mick,Tracy,Shane or John will always be available at the Sean Scoil,Sunhill to scan your photos. Kas are wishing all the people of the Parish of Killorglin,at home and abroad,A very Happy Christmas and a Prosperous New Year
Know Your Rights
PRSI on unearned income December 2013
Question: I understand that 'unearned income' such as rents, investments, dividends and interest on deposits will be liable for PRSI from 2014. I am employed and also have a small income from interest on savings. Will I have to pay PRSI on this?
Answer: It depends on how much income you get from your savings and on your age. People under 16 and over 66 remain exempt from PRSI and are not liable for the new charge.
You have to pay PRSI on the interest on your savings if you are what Revenue considers a 'chargeable person'. Employees and occupational pensioners (under 66) with additional unearned income of over €3,174 are considered 'chargeable persons' and are liable for the new 4% PRSI charge. They will pay the charge under Revenue's self-assessment system (Pay and File).
You are not a 'chargeable person' and you do not have to pay PRSI if your additional income from non-PAYE sources is less than €3,174 and is taxed under the PAYE system. Generally such income is taxed by reducing a person's tax credits to account for any tax payable.
Deposit Interest Retention Tax (DIRT) is a final liability for income tax purposes. This means that if DIRT has been paid on your deposit interest you are not liable to pay further tax on this income. However if you are a chargeable person PRSI is payable on such deposit interest.
If you are liable for PRSI on your additional unearned income you will pay PRSI at Class K. This class does not entitle you to any social insurance benefits. People whose only income is unearned income will continue to pay Class S PRSI on this income as before and are entitled to some social insurance benefits.
Further information is available on welfare.ie and from the Citizens Information Centre below.
Killarney - 0761 07 7820 Email: email@example.com Tralee - 0761 07 7860 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org e Caherciveen - 0761 07 7780 Email: email@example.com Castleisland - 0761 07 7790 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Kenmare - 0761 07 7810 Email: email@example.com Killorglin - 0761 07 7830 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Dingle -0761 07 7800 Email:email@example.com Listowel - 0761 07 7840 Email: .firstname.lastname@example.org Phone Centre No: 0761 07 4000
Caherciveen C.I.C, The Library, New Market Street, Caherciveen, Co. Kerry
T: 0761 07 7780 Email:email@example.com
The Laune Rangers Annual General meeting took place on recently in our clubrooms. There was a good attendance and a number of issues were discussed and debated. As well as this, there were six new officers elected to the club. Laune Rangers officers for 2014 are as follows: President Johnny Galvin, Chairman Declan Falvey, Vice-Chairman Maurice Corkery (newly elected), Secretary Terence Houlihan, Treasurers Aidan Gannon (newly elected) & Ger O'Sullivan, Registrars Tim Cronin (newly elected) & Mary Gallagher, PRO Aidan Clifford (newly elected), County Board Delegate John Griffin, Mid-Kerry Board Delegate John Clifford, Development Officer John Quirke, Insurance Officer Glenn Owens (newly elected), Finance Officer Ger Counihan, Player Welfare Officer Eddie Birmingham, Children's Officer Delores Foley, Bord na nOg Chairman Gene Evans (newly elected), Bord na nOg Secretary Paudie Lynch (newly elected) and Ladies Chairperson Susan Joy. We would like to thank the outgoing officers for all of the time and effort they put in to the club in their roles, and we hope that their sabbaticals don't last too long and that we see them back in the hub of club activity in the not too distant future.
Sunday night's jackpot was €2800 and draw was not made at time of going to print. Results of the draw can be seen at www.launerangers.ie or alternatively, results can be viewed in next week's issue.
2014 is a landmark year for the Laune Rangers club, when we celebrate 125 years of championship football after Laune Rangers won the very first County Championship in 1889. It also marks the 25th anniversary of the 1989 Co Championship winning team. Preparations have now begun for the celebrations and we are looking for Laune Rangers memorabilia and photos that may be in the houses around the parish to display on a night of celebration to be held early in the year. More details to follow in coming weeks but as houses are cleaned for the visit of Santa, old photos and memorabilia may be discovered so keeps eyes peeled!
As part of our 125 year celebrations, you are invited to enter our very unique competition!!! Laune Rangers are offering all interested the chance to be a team selector to pick the team of the past 50 years! Entrants have the chance to pick what they think is the best team of GK, 6 Backs, 2 Midfielders, and 6 Forwards to have lined out for the club in championship football over the past 50 years. This is sure to create debate and discussions all over the parish so don't miss out on your chance to have your say. To enter, all you have to do is pick up an entry form from Falveys, Bunkers, Francie Sheahans or O'Sheas Bars. Entries cost €5 and completed entries can be returned to the above or to Mulvihills pharmacy.
Since January 2013, it has been mandatory for players in age grades up to and including minor to wear a mouth guard in all Gaelic Football practice sessions and games. From January 1st 2014, this rule will apply to GAA footballers in all grades.
Finally, Laune Rangers GAA club would like to wish all our members and their families a Happy Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year. Nollaig Shona daoibh go léir
MILLTOWN LISTRY LADIES FOOTBALL: Milltown Listry Ladies Football are holding their A.G.M. on Thursday Jan 9 th 8.30 pm in Listry Club Rooms. It is vital for parents with girls playing football to attend. This is our final attempt to get a chairperson to keep the Club going. We have already lost Milltown Listry Community Games so please do not let it be the same case with Girls Football.
LISTRY G.A.A CLUB
Listry G.A.A. are holding a Ceol agus Craic night in Killorglin Golf Club on Saturday Jan 4 th 2014 at 9.30 pm. Tickets are 5 euro each and are available from Anthony Clifford 087 2215059 Brenda Courtney 087 6252429 Julie Sheahan 087 9762600 and Margaret Lehane 087 6432812. Tickets are limited so order your ticket and don't be disappointed. It should be a great nights entertainment