The heartbroken brother of Michael O'Sullivan who died in a motorbike crash last Thursday has paid tribute to his 'best friend,' whose loss, he said, has left his entire family in Ballyduff totally devastated.
The trial of a 22-year-old County Cork man charged with dangerous driving causing the death of cyclist Paud O'Leary in July 1, 2012, will begin with the selection of a jury this morning (Wednesday) after the case was adjourned on Tuesday.
Gardai, the IFA and Crimestoppers are joining forces as part of a new campaign tackling the growing problem of livestock theft.
Kerry County Council is currently in discussions with gardaí and the NRA over a dangerous stretch of road at Ballydowney in Killarney where several road traffic accidents, including fatal incidents, have occurred in recent years.
The untimely death of Jack Glavin was greeted with widespread sadness and dismay in the Laccamore, Abbeydorney, Kilflynn and Causeway areas. Jack was born on November 13, 1998 and had just completed his Junior Cert last year. His passing at such a young age has left his parents, Cal and Angela, his sister Megan, his grandmothers, his aunts, uncles, relatives and friends bereft and devastated.
THE NRA has asked Kerry County Council to carry out a review of road safety in Barraduff following a number of traffic incidents in recent years.
IT was an action packed few days on the Scór front at the weekend, as participants young and old took part in various competitions across the county.
A GROUP working hard to ensure a cleaner future for the county is calling on all interested parties to attend a special event at the IT's north campus in Tralee on Thursday, March 5, next from 7.30pm to 10pm.
Competition is heating up for Kilflynn's inaugural Soap Box Derby, with teams frantically bending, welding, sanding, greasing and painting in the effort to construct the fastest soap box for this Sunday's highly-anticipated event.
Safer Internet Day 2015 took place at St. Joseph's Presentation Secondary School recently. As part of the initiative, Ellen Sheehan, a Transition Year student, was chosen to be the school's Safer Internet Ambassador.