Killarney News

What the School Roadmap means for the Class of 2021

What the School Roadmap means for the Class of 2021

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt by all students and the loss of face-to-face teaching hours experienced by the incoming exam students in September has been of major concern to students, parents and teachers. The long awaited guidelines published by the Government...

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The Coronas to visit Killarney today (Wednesday)

The Coronas to visit Killarney today (Wednesday)

Fresh from the success of their ‘mini-tour with a twist’ over the August Bank Holiday weekend, The Coronas have decided to visit Killarney today (Wednesday). They’ll start in the INEC car park at 5pm, then tomorrow (Thursday), in partnership with Golden Discs, The...

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Disappointment as Skellig Michael to remain closed

Disappointment as Skellig Michael to remain closed

The Office of Public Works (OPW) has confirmed that the Skellig Michael World Heritage Site will remain closed and not open to visitors in 2020 because of COVID–19 concerns and the consequent risks to both staff and visitors. The OPW had undertaken, following the...

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Drive-in circus to visit Killarney

Drive-in circus to visit Killarney

BACK ON THE ROAD: Stephen Courtney, his wife Teresa and baby Cora are bringing their drive-in circus to Killarney. EXCLUSIVE By Sean Moriarty Killarney is going to be one of the first stops as one of Ireland’s oldest circus returns to national touring this week....

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Evelyn is helping and inspiring others

Evelyn is helping and inspiring others

HELPING: Photographer Evelyn Woodard didn't hesitate to help raise funds for Dublin mother Holly Kennedy who is going through an aggressive form of cancer. Photo: Michelle Crean   This week, Editor of the Killarney Advertiser Michelle Crean is 'In Conversation'...

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Fr Liam says farewell to Friary and Killarney

Fr Liam says farewell to Friary and Killarney

By Sean Moriarty Killarney will bid farewell to popular Franciscan Guardian Fr Liam McCarthy, who has been transferred to Clonmel, as this week the Franciscan Friary announced a raft of new changes. The biggest change is the transfer of Dubliner, Fr Liam, who was a...

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“The main challenge will be social distancing”

By Michelle Crean Two new classrooms are due to be opened for the new school term - but school principal of Scoil Phobail Sliabh Luachra in Rathmore this week told the Killarney Advertiser that social distancing will be one of the main challenges when students return....

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€22k works as St Oliver’s prepares to reopen

€22k works as St Oliver’s prepares to reopen

By Michelle Crean Works to the tune of €22,000 including colour coded areas for children, over 80 hand sanitiser units, a marquee for dropping off children and new electronic doors are all part of the changes at St Oliver's National School. Principal Rory Darcy this...

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Masks could become the new classroom accessory

Masks could become the new classroom accessory

MASKS: Principal Sean Coffey says students may have to wear masks when returning to The Sem. Photo: Michelle Cooper Galvin By Michelle Crean Masks may become a whole new look at one Killarney secondary school as staff look at ways to safely return students and staff...

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