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Castle to stand proud into future

BALLYBUNION Castle is getting a helping hand from modern builders to ensure it continues weathering the worst the Atlantic can throw at it for centuries to come.

County board promises action on match queues

THE Kerry County Board has pledged to take action to avoid a repeat of the lengthy queues that delayed the kick off the County football finals at Austin Stack Park on Sunday afternoon.

Work will start on mains by spring

THOUSANDS of people in north Kerry affected by regular water outages due to crumbling old mains will have to wait until next spring, at the earliest, before the problem is addressed.

Rural Kerry facing big bill to connect to water

HUNDREDS of Kerry homeowners without official water connections face thousands of euros in charges to regularise their supply under the new Irish Water rules.

Abbeyfeale in fine tune for singing weekend

BALLAD lovers across Munster are gearing up for the sixth annual Garry McMahon Weekend which takes place in Abbeyfeale this weekend.

Cost puts recycling plant out of reach

Listowel is not going to get its own recycling facility as the cost of providing one are simply too high, according to Kerry County Council.

Cyclists need safer roads

Listowel and north Kerry need better roads to provide for the safety of increasing numbers of cyclists.

Shipwrecks surface in Ballyheigue

EXTREMELY low tides allowed archaeologists delve into the wreck of an 18th Century cargo vessel on the Ballyheigue foreshore for the second time in little over a month.

car-jacked trio in holiday hell

THREE north Kerry women who were car-jacked just minutes after leaving Alicante Airport said they would have been left without money, food or accommodation for several days had it not been for the help of two Kerry families on their flight.

Council says no to windfarm

WINDFARM protestors in Finuge are now calling on the Stacks Mountain Windfarm company behind the windfarm plan that was refused by Kerry County Council last week to drop it completely.