Killarney News

Dóchas Drama returns to the stage with powerful words

Dóchas Drama returns to the stage with powerful words

Words are powerful - and the latest plays by Dóchas Drama are set to inspire - as they’re planning a series of plays in Killarney in the coming weeks. With the theme ‘The Letters’ all manner of emotions will be brought to the stage at the Killarney Avenue Hotel next...

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Competition continues to spread Donal’s message

Competition continues to spread Donal’s message

Entries are now open for the sixth annual Live Life Film Competition in memory of Donal Walsh. The national competition, which was officially launched on Thursday last at the Kerry College of Further Education, is open to groups and individuals of all ages and...

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Kerry Macra hosts successful national Capers Semi-Final

Kerry Macra hosts successful national Capers Semi-Final

Last week at the Preforming Arts Theatre in the Killarney Racecourse, Kerry Macra na Feirme hosted the National FBD Capers Semi-Final. Teams from Killarney, Causeway, Kinsale, Fermoy and Clonakilty Macra Clubs competed for two spots at this year’s national finals, on...

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Lewis Junction safety works planned for 2020

Lewis Junction safety works planned for 2020

Upgraded works at the Lewis Road Junction which will include a new roundabout - are to go ahead – but it’ll take a least another year. Serious accidents and loss of life have occurred on the busy road, which sees over 18,500 vehicles pass through every day. It has a...

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Killarney cyclists claim top team prize

Killarney cyclists claim top team prize

Killarney Cycling Club proved their mettle at Ireland’s largest cyclocross event on Sunday last as they claimed the top team prize in the Elite Men’s Race. With close to 50 riders in the field in Fota, Cork, the Killarney team, which consisted of current Munster...

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€7,200 worth of drugs seized in Cahersiveen

€7,200 worth of drugs seized in Cahersiveen

Gardaí have seized suspected cocaine, cannabis and controlled drugs worth an estimated value of €7,200 following a search at a house in Cahersiveen on Friday. Shortly after 10pm Kerry Divisional Drugs Unit, assisted by uniform Gardaí in Cahersiveen, conducted a search...

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“Organ donation works, I’m living proof”

“Organ donation works, I’m living proof”

Third time lucky kidney recipient urges people to carry a donor card A Milltown man who has undergone three kidney transplants is planning to give something back and also create awareness about the importance of organ donation. Colm Clifford (42), and his supportive...

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“Pedestrian crossing is dangerous”

“Pedestrian crossing is dangerous”

Councillor calls on Council to extend crossing time Killarney locals have expressed their concerns saying one particular pedestrian crossing doesn’t allow them time to cross a busy road safely. Locals have called on Cllr Michael Gleeson to ask the Council to remedy...

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€59,000 funding announced for Killarney Micro Track

€59,000 funding announced for Killarney Micro Track

A community project is near its funding target after receiving €59,000 on Thursday. Killarney Micro Track, also known as the South and East Kerry Community Rural Track project, which will be located at St Brendan's College, is now at 75 percent of its €400,000 target....

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Killarney Derby Preview: New look Blues aiming for second

Killarney Derby Preview: New look Blues aiming for second

Premier A Killarney Celtic v Killarney Athletic Sunday at 11.30am Celtic Park The Killarney Derby has thrown up some real classics over the past few years (league finals aside) so anticipation is high ahead of the latest instalment on Sunday. League leaders Celtic...

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