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A house in Ballinteer has been sealed off and gardaí are investigating Top Stories: Breaking News…
It certainly wasn’t your average walk on the beach for Maeve Ferris and her partner, Jason Fealing, last week as they stumbled across something you don’t see every day – a message in a bottle. Independent.ie – News …
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The deceased are two sons and their father, named locally as Diarmuid and Mark O’Sullivan and their dad, Tadgh. Top Stories: Breaking News…
As part of Level 5 restrictions, only shops selling essential items are allowed to open. Top Stories: Breaking News…
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- Maeve's message in a bottle discoveryon October 28, 2020 at 6:30 am
It certainly wasn't your average walk on the beach for Maeve Ferris and her partner, Jason Fealing, last week as they stumbled across something you don't see every day - a message in a bottle.
- 'If we stick to the rules we will come out of it'on October 28, 2020 at 6:30 am
Mayor of Listowel MD Cllr Michael Foley (FG) has warned that people need to stop stigmatising the COVID-19 virus as it adds fuel to the fire of an already-dangerous situation for the Listowel Electoral Area - now one of the worst-hit in the entire country.
- No signs of Fungie nearly two weeks on from last sightingon October 28, 2020 at 6:30 am
Dingle boatman Jimmy Flannery has called on the public to show more consideration for the people of West Kerry as uncertainty continues to surround the disappearance of its most iconic resident, bottlenose dolphin Fungie.
- Covid cases surge in Kerryon October 28, 2020 at 6:30 am
The first three weeks of October saw more COVID-19 cases diagnosed in Kerry than in the first six months of the pandemic crisis.
- Elvis statue link might help with Dingle's tourism planson October 28, 2020 at 6:30 am
A Dublin native has written to the Mayor of Kerry asking that a statue of film star Robert Mitchum - of the famous 1970 hit film, Ryan's Daughter - be erected in Dingle to help offset the loss to tourism that would ensue if Fungie doesn't return.