Killarney News

KDYS launches new online club for teenagers

KDYS launches new online club for teenagers

As teens can’t get out, the KDYS has launched a new ‘Online Club’ to provide an outlet for young people across Kerry. It’s open to all secondary school aged young people via the KDYS Facebook page, but anyone can join in! “We are hoping that we can provide another...

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Gooch urges people to ‘unite by staying apart’

Gooch urges people to ‘unite by staying apart’

Kerry GAA legend Colm Cooper has joined forces with 15 fellow Irish sports stars for a powerful video message that encourages social distancing. In the video, Gooch joins the likes of Brian O’Driscoll, Bernard Brogan, Shane Lowry, Derval O’Rourke and Paul McGrath in...

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Access your local library from home

Access your local library from home

Kerry Library Service is reminding everyone that you don’t need to set foot in your local branch library to access a wide range of free library services. During the current public health restrictions, numerous Kerry Library services can be accessed from your living...

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“Students Deserve Better” – says Kerry TD

“Students Deserve Better” – says Kerry TD

Students who have had to leave campus accommodation early due to the COVID-19 pandemic must be refunded rent, claims Norma Foley TD. She said that universities and large private accommodation operators differ hugely in their approach to handling the issue of student...

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Education continues for local pupils

Education continues for local pupils

ONLINE LEARNING: Holy Cross Mercy School Teacher Rhonda Healy preparing work to give to her pupils online. By Michelle Crean Pupils from Holy Cross Mercy Primary School are not missing out on school work as teachers are continuing with classes online via the school’s...

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Air Ambulance service to be grounded due to lack of funds

Air Ambulance service to be grounded due to lack of funds

Ireland’s first charitably funded Air Ambulance operated by Irish Community Rapid Response (ICRR) and staffed by the National Ambulance Service (NAS) medical personnel is to be grounded indefinitely this coming Friday - due to lack of funds. The service has flown over...

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