Tralee (Trá Lí) is the county town of Kerry. The name Tralee comes from the Irish meaning 'strand of the Lee' (river), although some believe it comes from the Irish 'Trá Liath' meaning 'grey strand'. The town is situated on the northern side of the neck of the Dingle Penninsula.
Tralee is also home to the famous Rose of Tralee International Festival which is held annually in August. This year the Rose of Tralee is in it's 50 year.
Wednesday 15th May 5:36am UP to 100 members of the Turf Cutters and Contractors Association (TCCA) from north Kerry, Clare, Kildare and Galway mounted a protest outside Listowel District Court on Thursday as two local members of the group appeared on charges relating to the extraction of turf from a protected bog..
Wednesday 15th May 5:36am A BUTCHER who defecated in a cell in Listowel Garda Station and contested a charge that he had failed to give his name and address to gardaí lost his case at Listowel District Court on Thursday..