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Slight rise in number of vacant premises

THE number of vacant business and retail units in Tralee town centre has remained relatively static in the last year, indicating that a modest recovery may be beginning to take hold.

Listowel rocked by two tragedies

LISTOWEL was rocked by two separate tragedies in the space of a week, following the deaths of locals Mike Neill and Sonia Broderick.

Politicians pay generous tributes

FORMER Tánaiste Dick Spring has paid generous tribute to former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds who, he said, had made a "major contribution" to the peace process.

Dubai Rose trying to trace family heirloom

THIS year's Dubai Rose is asking for the public's help in tracing a precious heirloom that was lost while she was in Tralee for the Rose of Tralee festival.

Importance of pubs to tourism highlighted

THE importance of Kerry's pubs to the tourist sector has been highlight by a new report by leading Irish economist Tony Foley of the DCU Business School.

Beef farmers are angry over price cuts, say IFA

IFA President Eddie Downey said livestock farmers cannot survive with unviable beef prices and severe specification cuts.

Protesters turn their anger towards local politicians

ANGER is intensifying in north Kerry over the last elected council's designation of the region as an area of little or no scenic value in a move that opens the plain wide for windfarm development.

Broadband bills

KERRY Fianna Fáil Senator Mark Daly has warned rural business that they could be facing huge hikes in the broadband internet bills Broadband bills as a result of the government's decision to end the National Broadband Scheme.