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Boozers forcing us to lock pitch

ONE north Kerry community could find itself locked out of its local GAA pitch due to drunken teens leaving the sportsfield strewn with broken glass and empty beer cans every weekend.

Scout saves mum and child

A YOUNG Tralee boy scout has been hailed as a hero after he rescued a mother and child who got into difficulty while swimming in West Kerry.

Poisonous fish in our waters

FEARS of a surge in numbers of a highly-venomous fish have been sparked on the north Kerry coast after at least one angler hooked no fewer than three in one night this week.

'Shocking' health implications, claim wind farm protesters

HUNDREDS in the Finuge area are this week reading a harrowing document setting out what local wind farm protesters claim are the shocking health implications of renewable energy technology worldwide.

Fine weather and high spirits at Dingle Regatta

NEWLYWEDS Omar Proty and Shauna Drummond from Michigan, USA were among the hundreds that lined the breakwater last Sunday in Dingle to witness the staging of one of the West Kerry's proudest traditions, the Dingle Regatta.

Ballylongford locals fear further flooding

BALLYLONGFORD remains wide open to flooding ahead of high tides next month with no plans for a permanent structure to protect the village in place.

Sex attack on girl in town centre

TRALEE gardaí are investigating a serious sexual assault that allegedly took place in the town last Thursday night.

Gardai hunt for tyre-slash gang

TRALEE gardaí are hunting a gang of vandals who damaged a number of parked cars in the Monavalley area in the early hours of last Friday morning.

Tragic drowning of nuns at Inch

LOCALS rushed to aid lifeguards and paramedics on Inch Beach on Thursday evening as two nuns lost their lives in one of the worst tragedies in decades at the blue flag facility.

100,000 visited Tralee – and they spent €6m

THIS year's Rose of Tralee has been hailed as a huge success with close to 100,000 people visiting the town over the last week, pumping some €6 million into the local economy.