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Interested in doing some Live Performances in Kerry between July & October?

Catherine Martin, the Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport & Media has announced a fourth round of the Local Live Performance Programming Scheme (LLPPS). The aim of the scheme is to support employment opportunities for professional performers and technicians across every town, city and county in Ireland and to help underpin the recovery of [...]

Nora finishes her 4 Peaks in Sunshine n’ style!

Nora Butler ( of Slimming World Tralee fame ) pictured here , on top of her 4th peak Mt Snowden in Wales last weekend! This is part of Nora’s challenge in April / May ‘22 b as She is aiming to climb not only Carrontuohill ( done ! )but also Slieve Bernargh in Northern Ireland [...]

Look whats happening at Lots behind ‘Closed Doors!’

Lots Furnishings will be adding a new kitchen department to its showroom shortly. Following many years of providing laboratory furnishings to the pharmaceutical industry Tom and his team will be applying their skills to the domestic kitchen and home storage market with an emphasis on design and installation along with the ability to carry out [...]

Bréanainn documentary premieres at the Rose Hotel

Bréanainn is a new documentary on the life, legends and legacy of St. Brendan the Navigator which will première at the Rose Hotel, Tralee on Sunday 15th May at 8pm. Over many years, there has been much debate over the question who were the first Europeans to discover North America. Notables among them credited with [...]

Warriors edge local derby to stay in pole position for home quarter final

Garvey’s Tralee Warriors took another step towards securing a home League quarter final playoff with a 74-65 win over Team 360 Financial Killorglin at the Killorglin Sports Complex on Saturday night. Allied to C&S Neptune’s defeat to Tradehouse Central Ballincollig in Cork, it leaves the Warriors in prime position to host a quarter final playoff [...]

Tralee Goes The Green Way For St. Patrick’s Day Parade

The St Patrick’s Day Parade in Tralee this year has adopted the theme of ‘Let’s go the Green Way’ which will promote the upcoming completion of the Greenway from Tralee to Fenit while bringing awareness to sustainability and green initiatives. The parade will see close on fifty organisations, clubs, groups and businesses from the Tralee [...]

Dazzling New Venue at The Ashe Hotel

Tralee is killing it these days with venues opening up left, right and centre, which is wonderful for tourists eager to experience all kinds of hot spots and great for locals too, who we know are always up for a good night out. The latest addition is Lottie’s, the freshly refurbished, sumptuous eating space at [...]

Inspired by the Golden 1920’s era, its ‘Lottie’s at the Ashe!

Welcome to Lottie’s at The Ashe Lottie’s is the newly refurbished events space in the four star Ashe Hotel. Step into a space inspired by the golden Twenties, a symbol of glamour, style and sophistication. Relax yourself on scalloped occasional chairs and fan-style velvet couches while enjoying the awe-inspiring decadent detail of the room. Shimmering [...]

Lee Strand celebrates the Cream of the Crop Milk Quality Awards 2021

Twelve of Lee Strand’s top-quality farmers gathered in the Pavilion in Ballygarry House Hotel in Tralee recently for the Lee Strand Milk Quality Awards 2021. The annual awards celebrate the high standard of farming excellence on Lee Strand farms and recognises the farmers who produce the highest quality milk. Eric & Tina O’Brien from Doon [...]

Cara Credit Union at the heart of the local community

There was a lot of love in the air on Valentine’s Day as 6 local groups were awarded €18,000 by Cara Credit Union. The credit union’s Lauri Healy Community Sponsorship Awards were set up in 2017 to support community based projects initiated by organisations within the credit union’s common bond. To date 33 organisations in [...]

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