THE historic first performance in Kerry of excerpts from Bach’s glorious Christmas Oratorio will take place in the Franciscan Friary, Killarney, tomorrow, Wednesday, December 20, at 8pm. Excerpts from Handel’s Messiah will also be included in the performance.read more
GARDAI have urged the public to be on the lookout for a blue Astra. Reports have been made of the 02 Cork-registered car acting suspiciously in the Killarney area. Contact Killarney Garda Station on 064-6631222 if you have any information.read more
ALL who wanted a dose of zany nostalgia and full-on entertainment were well served at the Christmas in Killarney quiz.read more
THE second instalment of Grand Tour Season 2 was a return to form. Episode 2 shook off the cobwebs and awkwardness of the season two opener.read more
AS 14 ASYLUM SEEKERS move into Linden House in Killarney, two members of Kerry County Council have said they will be joining forces with the Killarney Asylum Seekers Initiative (KASI) to help ensure the new residents are supported and successfully integrated into the community.read more
THE helpline for patients of University Hospital Kerry has extended its opening hours until 10pm for the next three nights as the hospital is conducting a review of over 46,000 scans or files, involving over 26,700 patients.read more
CHRISTMAS has come early for 500 McLaren owners with the launch of the company’s “most extreme road car yet”.read more
THERE were celebrations for the Kerry Diocesan Youth Service as it received the coveted Gold Standard Health Quality Mark (HQM) from the National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI).read more
A SPECIAL information line has been set up at University Hospital Kerry as it emerged the hospital is conducting a review of over 46,000 scans or files, involving over 26,700 patients. The number is 1800-742-900 and will operate from tomorrow at 9am to 5pm, Monday to...read more
STAFF members who have provided five-star service at the five-star Europe Hotel & Resort for many years took a well-deserved bow on Monday.read more
SOME 30 people protested outside Linden House on New Road yesterday as the first of 55 male asylum seekers to be housed there arrived. The placards highlighted the 3,000 homeless children in Ireland and called for local people to be housed first. Linden House, a...read more
WELL, our series on innovative parking solutions has most certainly sparked debate across Killarney.
Last week when we unveiled an artist’s impression of what a multi-storey car parking facility would look like on Lewis Road, it garnered an overwhelmingly positive response.