The Kerryman: Our story
Founded in 1904, The Kerryman newspaper is an institution in the Kingdom, informing and entertaining the people of Kerry. A weekly publication, The Kerryman has three editions - the North & West Kerry edition; Killarney & South Kerry edition and the Tralee edition - the latter being the first weekly regional newspaper in Ireland to be published as a tabloid. All three editions are now printed in tabloid format and are also available online individually as an ePaper. The Kerryman prides itself on stories that matter, featuring news, analysis, sports and a substantial local notes section that gets right to the heart of local communities.
From attacks by British forces during the War of Independence, to threats from the IRA in the 1970s, The Kerryman has itself been the subject of the news since its foundation. The first paper in Ireland to be shut down under the Defence of the Realm Act during the struggle for independence, its printing presses were later blown up by the Black and Tans. But news can never be stopped. From the ashes, The Kerryman rose again and has been at the cutting edge of news across the county ever since.
Formerly an Independent News and Media owned newspaper, The Kerryman is now under the Mediahuis Ireland umbrella.
Kevin Hughes, Group Editor
Starting out in journalism in his native County Antrim, Kevin’s career path took him to London where he trained as a history and politics teacher and in 1998 became head of department in a large East London secondary school. Kevin went back to journalism on his return to Ireland, before joining The Kerryman and The Corkman in 2004 as a sub-editor in news and sports. He became the publication’s Killarney & South Kerry reporter in 2006 and was appointed Group Editor of The Kerryman and The Corkman newspapers in 2015.
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Siobhán Murphy, General Manager
Siobhán has worked at the Kerryman since 1979. She was appointed the first female General Manager of The Kerryman Group in March 2019 and before that she was the Group Advertising & Marketing Manager. Siobhán is a native of Tralee and lives in Tralee. E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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