Homes taken from two families
TWO families in Tralee are facing a desperately bleak Christmas after banks repossessed their homes weeks before the festive season.
Bumbleance sets drive-in date with Kerry supporters
IT took months of intensive fundraising before it carried its first Kerry passenger earlier this month, but this weekend in Tralee the much anticipated BUMBLEance will be unveiled to its Kerry supporters.
Beauty spots are blighted by dumping
ONE of the finest views from Tralee was ruined in an act of thoughtless illegal dumping this week while a forested area in Ballymacelligott was similarly blighted.
TDs asked to back new plan for Fenit Port
Grady is '100 per cent committed' to elections
KILLARNEY town councillor Donal Grady has formally announced his candidacy for the forthcoming county council elections when the urban authority is axed next year.
€10 gift voucher addition to scheme
BUSINESSES in Listowel are hopeful of having one of the best Christmas shopping periods since the recession hit, thanks to new promotional measures and a budget that doesn't yet appear to have hit pockets as hard as its immediate precursors.
Let there be light
WHEN it came to turning on the Christmas lights in Tralee this year there was no need for famous faces or international sportspeople.
Rico's parents thank public for donating funds
THE parents of a three month old baby boy who is in urgent need of a heart transplant have thanked those who helped secure passports for the family should a heart become available and they need to travel to the UK.
Kevin cooking up a storm at food demo
CELEBRITY chef Kevin Dundon received a massive west Limerick welcome at the Devon Inn, Templeglantine on Friday night, where he was the star guest at a fund-raising food demonstration.
Life changing trip for father and son team
THE 'experience of a lifetime' was how a Listowel father and son described their recent trip to the African community for which they raised over €150,000 in the past eight years.