Category Archives: Cordal

North Cork Garda Alert for Toyota Corolla Van, Registration 03-WW-1556

North Cork Garda Alert for Toyota Corolla Van, Registration 03-WW-1556

An Garda Siochána Alert – North Cork, 26th February 2021. After the discovery of the bodies of two brothers on a farm in North Cork overnight,  Garda Síochána in the Cork, Kerry and Limerick – Southern Region have issued an alert this morning from the scene of a double murder of two brothers on a… Read more…

The Late Nora Mary Hickey, New York and formerly of Ballinattin, Knocknagoshel, Co. Kerry.

The Late Nora Mary Hickey, New York and formerly of Ballinattin, Knocknagoshel, Co. Kerry.

The death has occurred of Nora Mary Hickey, New York and formerly of Ballinattin, Knocknagoshel, Co. Kerry. Nora Mary was predeceased by her parents, Laurence and Mary Ann, sister, Sheila in New York, sisters-in-law, Mary and Phil, brother-in-law, Gerald. She will be sadly missed by her sisters, Bride Barry, Angela in London and brothers: James,… Read more…

Headley’s Bridge Crib Sets New €2,200 Record in Comfort for Chemo Collection

Headley’s Bridge Crib Sets New €2,200 Record in Comfort for Chemo Collection

In the run-up to a Christmas which promised little, the Headley’s Bridge promoters of an annual charity crib collection wondered if they should continue with their decade long, seasonal tradition. Eileen and Thomas O’Connor of ‘The Bridge’ were encouraged by neighbours and friends to carry on in spite of the cloud which hung over Christmas.… Read more…

Resources Are Available to People with Long Term Health Conditions

Resources Are Available to People with Long Term Health Conditions

At this time of Covid-19, Maeve Carmody, self-management support coordinator with Cork Kerry Community Healthcare is reminding those with long term health condition that resources and services are available to support them. People living with a long-term health condition may be more at risk of serious illness if they get Covid-19 and need to take… Read more…

Currow Coiste Na nÓg and its First On-line AGM

Currow Coiste Na nÓg and its First On-line AGM

On Wednesday, February 17th the first ever Currow Coiste Na nÓg AGM was held online via Microsoft teams. There was a very good crowd in attendance on the night and the following officers were elected: By Con Enright, P.R.O. Patron – Fr. John Buckley; Presidents: Tadhg Walsh and Johnny Scanlon; Chairman:  Frank Coffey; Vice Chairman:… Read more…

Take the Pledge to Read More During Lock-down with Ireland Reads

Take the Pledge to Read More During Lock-down with Ireland Reads

Ireland Reads is a new campaign to get the whole country reading this month in the lead up to a national day of reading tomorrow, Thursday, February 25th. Kerry Library has teamed up with libraries nationwide and some local authors for the campaign, which is part of the government’s Keep Well initiative and aims to… Read more…

Prolonged Lock-down Knocks Parade for Second Year. But….

Prolonged Lock-down Knocks Parade for Second Year. But….

Last night’s state of the nation address by An Taoiseach Micheál Martin on the Covid-19 situation and the elongation of the current lock-down has already knocked many great social events off the 2021 calendar for sure.  Taoiseach Martin may have officially answered a thousand questions in the course of his statement – but we had… Read more…

Daly Critical of Protracted Processing Delays in Department of Agriculture

Daly Critical of Protracted Processing Delays in Department of Agriculture

Sinn Féin TD for Kerry, Pa Daly, criticised processing delays within the Department of Agriculture in Dáil Éireann last week, highlighting a range of issues affecting beef farmers, forestry and aquaculture in Kerry.  Teachta Daly said that he has been continually hearing from constituents who are frustrated with the Department of Agriculture and the Marine… Read more…

Brosna GAA Club and Parish News Round-Up

Brosna GAA Club and Parish News Round-Up

Celebration Time for Patie We extend our heartiest birthday wishes to Patie Brosnan who reaches the incredible age of 96 on Friday.  It’s a phenomenal age and a tribute to the care and love Patie receives from his family and the terrific staff in Columbanus, Killarney. Yearly Lotto New Members For an annual subscription of… Read more…

Bright Beginnings – Culture, Practice and Pedagogy

Bright Beginnings – Culture, Practice and Pedagogy

In March 2009 Bright Beginnings Preschool officially opened its doors. The preschool, which is located at Castleisland Family Resource Centre on Church Street, focuses on providing quality early intervention in small local group settings while providing encouragement for social inclusion and support for all families. (Advertorial) In 2012 the work of the centre was recognised… Read more…

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Category Archives: Cordal

North Cork Garda Alert for Toyota Corolla Van, Registration 03-WW-1556

North Cork Garda Alert for Toyota Corolla Van, Registration 03-WW-1556

An Garda Siochána Alert – North Cork, 26th February 2021. After the discovery of the bodies of two brothers on a farm in North Cork overnight,  Garda Síochána in the Cork, Kerry and Limerick – Southern Region have issued an alert this morning from the scene of a double murder of two brothers on a… Read more…

The Late Nora Mary Hickey, New York and formerly of Ballinattin, Knocknagoshel, Co. Kerry.

The Late Nora Mary Hickey, New York and formerly of Ballinattin, Knocknagoshel, Co. Kerry.

The death has occurred of Nora Mary Hickey, New York and formerly of Ballinattin, Knocknagoshel, Co. Kerry. Nora Mary was predeceased by her parents, Laurence and Mary Ann, sister, Sheila in New York, sisters-in-law, Mary and Phil, brother-in-law, Gerald. She will be sadly missed by her sisters, Bride Barry, Angela in London and brothers: James,… Read more…

Headley’s Bridge Crib Sets New €2,200 Record in Comfort for Chemo Collection

Headley’s Bridge Crib Sets New €2,200 Record in Comfort for Chemo Collection

In the run-up to a Christmas which promised little, the Headley’s Bridge promoters of an annual charity crib collection wondered if they should continue with their decade long, seasonal tradition. Eileen and Thomas O’Connor of ‘The Bridge’ were encouraged by neighbours and friends to carry on in spite of the cloud which hung over Christmas.… Read more…

Resources Are Available to People with Long Term Health Conditions

Resources Are Available to People with Long Term Health Conditions

At this time of Covid-19, Maeve Carmody, self-management support coordinator with Cork Kerry Community Healthcare is reminding those with long term health condition that resources and services are available to support them. People living with a long-term health condition may be more at risk of serious illness if they get Covid-19 and need to take… Read more…

Currow Coiste Na nÓg and its First On-line AGM

Currow Coiste Na nÓg and its First On-line AGM

On Wednesday, February 17th the first ever Currow Coiste Na nÓg AGM was held online via Microsoft teams. There was a very good crowd in attendance on the night and the following officers were elected: By Con Enright, P.R.O. Patron – Fr. John Buckley; Presidents: Tadhg Walsh and Johnny Scanlon; Chairman:  Frank Coffey; Vice Chairman:… Read more…

Take the Pledge to Read More During Lock-down with Ireland Reads

Take the Pledge to Read More During Lock-down with Ireland Reads

Ireland Reads is a new campaign to get the whole country reading this month in the lead up to a national day of reading tomorrow, Thursday, February 25th. Kerry Library has teamed up with libraries nationwide and some local authors for the campaign, which is part of the government’s Keep Well initiative and aims to… Read more…

Prolonged Lock-down Knocks Parade for Second Year. But….

Prolonged Lock-down Knocks Parade for Second Year. But….

Last night’s state of the nation address by An Taoiseach Micheál Martin on the Covid-19 situation and the elongation of the current lock-down has already knocked many great social events off the 2021 calendar for sure.  Taoiseach Martin may have officially answered a thousand questions in the course of his statement – but we had… Read more…

Daly Critical of Protracted Processing Delays in Department of Agriculture

Daly Critical of Protracted Processing Delays in Department of Agriculture

Sinn Féin TD for Kerry, Pa Daly, criticised processing delays within the Department of Agriculture in Dáil Éireann last week, highlighting a range of issues affecting beef farmers, forestry and aquaculture in Kerry.  Teachta Daly said that he has been continually hearing from constituents who are frustrated with the Department of Agriculture and the Marine… Read more…

Brosna GAA Club and Parish News Round-Up

Brosna GAA Club and Parish News Round-Up

Celebration Time for Patie We extend our heartiest birthday wishes to Patie Brosnan who reaches the incredible age of 96 on Friday.  It’s a phenomenal age and a tribute to the care and love Patie receives from his family and the terrific staff in Columbanus, Killarney. Yearly Lotto New Members For an annual subscription of… Read more…

Bright Beginnings – Culture, Practice and Pedagogy

Bright Beginnings – Culture, Practice and Pedagogy

In March 2009 Bright Beginnings Preschool officially opened its doors. The preschool, which is located at Castleisland Family Resource Centre on Church Street, focuses on providing quality early intervention in small local group settings while providing encouragement for social inclusion and support for all families. (Advertorial) In 2012 the work of the centre was recognised… Read more…

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