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Deaths 'shocked' murder accused

The man accused of murdering Lithuanian woman Jolanta Lubiene and her daughter told gardaí he was shocked and saddened when he heard about the double killing.

Gas pipeline on the way

Plans to connect the county to the national gas grid could give a massive jobs boost to North Kerry.

Gardaí probe two Tralee break-ins

Tralee gardaí are investigating two separate break ins that took place in the town over the weekend.

Dowling takes the reins at Kerry Group

Michael Dowling has been appointed as chairman designate at Kerry Group to succeed Denis Buckley, who is retiring from the board at the end of the year.

Jury hears further details about Jolanta's private life

Further details of the personal life of Jolanta Lubiene have been outlined to the jury at the murder trial of Aurimas Andruska who is accused of killing the Lithuanian woman and her eight year old daughter.

Tralee stained glass artist stars in Jameson campaign

TRALEE stained glass artist Mary J Leen has had her work featured in Jameson's latest ad campaign, after being comissioned from a host of artists across Ireland to create a new piece for a Dublin bar.

Civil War echoing at Library

ONE of the darkest periods of the county's history is brought to life in a new book on the Civil War here that is to be launched at Kerry County Library on Tuesday next, October 28, at 7.30pm.

Fears over lead in water spread across Tralee

Hundreds more homeowners in Tralee could be at risk from dangerously high levels of lead in their drinking water.

Kerry in line to connect to gas grid

EFFORTS are underway to finally connect Kerry to the national gas grid in a move that would come as a major boost for the county's hard-hit industry, The Kerryman has learned. Plans to extend the gas grid into Kerry via a pipeline from Foynes to Tarbert are underway in talks at the highest levels between Bord Gáis and major industrial players of the county.

IT Tralee launches unique Down syndrome post grad

FOR the first time ever Irish students with Down Syndrome are being offered the chance to take part in postgraduate thanks to IT Tralee.