Killarney News

Macra members continue their activities

Macra members continue their activities

MOVING ONLINE: Killarney Macra members, pictured enjoying a walk in Kilcummin before the Level 5 restrictions, are continuing their interactions online. By Michelle Crean COVID may have put a halt to their many meet ups but Killarney Macra members are continuing their...

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Locally distilled whiskey now in shops

Locally distilled whiskey now in shops

FAMILY SPIRIT: Maurice O'Connell on the grounds of Lakeview House in Fossa where he is distilling the Liberator brand of whiskey. Photo: Valerie O'Sullivan By Sean Moriarty   The Liberator range of Bonded Whiskeys which is distilled by Wayward Irish Spirits in...

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Father’s debut dance album for Alexis

Father’s debut dance album for Alexis

EXCLUSIVE By Sean Moriarty The father of a four-year-old Killarney girl who suffers from a rare condition has released his first online album to raise funds for his daughter. Alexis O’Mahony, from Woodlawn, and her parents, urgently need a wheelchair accessible...

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School girls’ festive acts of kindness

School girls’ festive acts of kindness

TOY DONATION: Eilish O'Riordan, Enterprise Teacher and LCA Enterprise class will donate toys to the Adapt Women's Refuge, Tralee and the Homeless Shelter. By Michelle Crean It seems that kindness is exuding out of local students as the festive season gets closer and...

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Creative work donated by Killarney artists

Creative work donated by Killarney artists

HELPING OTHERS: Killarney artists John Sheahan and Olivia O'Carra have donated some of their work towards Enable Ireland Kerry's 'Wild Atlantic Art' fundraiser. Photo: Michelle Crean By Michelle Crean Artists from Killarney have generously gifted some of their...

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Residents’ concern over plans for asphalt plant

Residents’ concern over plans for asphalt plant

Exclusive By Sean Moriarty Residents of the Clasheen area have expressed concerns that Roadstone is to build a mobile asphalt plant on the site of the old quarry on the Cork road. They have raised concerns after the construction firm recently changed a planning...

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