All further events at the Glenbeigh Racing Festival on Rossbeigh Beach this weekend have been cancelled following the tragic death of 13-year-old jockey Jack de Bromhead, son of hugely successful racehorse trainer Henry de Bromhead.
A Tralee woman who was sexually harassed by two men in Tralee Town Park over a year ago is calling for action after the recent assault on a teenage girl in the early hours of August 24, just hours after the Rose of Tralee festival drew to a close.
‘It was the worst I’ve ever experienced’ is how Killorglin woman Phillippa Christie described her horrific experience after she was admitted to the Accident & Emergency Department at University Hospital Kerry (UHK).
With concerns over the spiralling cost-of-living intensifying, the Kerry Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP) handled close to 500 requests for assistance in August, well above average for the time of year.
Climate Camp Ireland has confirmed that it sent letters to two Listowel businesses threatening to obstruct their work over alleged links to New Fortress Energy – the US-based company behind the proposed Shannon LNG terminal.
The National Transport Authority (NTA) say it is engaging with relevant stakeholders to try and meet the demand for public transport in Ballybunion since the arrival of over 200 Ukrainian refuges in August.
Less than two weeks after issuing suspensions to anglers for ‘overzealous’ use of the Irish tricolour at the Home Nations Cup in Weymouth in July, the Irish Federation of Sea Anglers (IFSA) has apologised and revoked its decision.
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