Category Archives: Scartaglin

The Late Michael ‘Mike’ Riordan, Newcastlewest and Knocknagoshel

The Late Michael ‘Mike’ Riordan, Newcastlewest and Knocknagoshel

The death has occurred of Michael ‘Mike’ Riordan, 8 Lilac Close, Newcastle West, Co. Limerick and Knocknagoshel, Co. Kerry. Michael ‘Mike’ Riordan, 8 Lilac Close, Newcastle West, Co. Limerick and formerly of Ahaneboy, Knocknagoshel, Co. Kerry. Suddenly on May 5th 2021 at his residence. Sadly missed by his loving brothers Pa in Castleisland and John… Read more…

Will Our Proposed Cycle Lanes Draw €40 Parking Fines on Desmonds GAA Supporters

Will Our Proposed Cycle Lanes Draw €40 Parking Fines on Desmonds GAA Supporters

At midnight on Tuesday, November 12th 2019, new laws protecting cyclists came into effect. The new legislation, which built upon existing laws governing cyclists and cycling in Ireland, made it an offence to dangerously overtake a pedal cyclist. And it also provided for an increased fixed charge penalty of €120 and three penalty points for offenders. … Read more…

Diversions Through Town as Castleisland Bypass Closes on Monday and Tuesday

Diversions Through Town as Castleisland Bypass Closes on Monday and Tuesday

Cllr. Bobby O’Connell passed on a notice he received from Kerry County Council Senior Executive Engineer, Breda Mulryan about next week’s closure of the Castleisland Bypass over Monday and Tuesday. Ms. Mulryan, head of the roads, transport and marine department at the council, also issued the warning that the traffic diversions mean that the flow… Read more…

Danny asked Tánaiste for Explanation on Driver Test Delays

Danny asked Tánaiste for Explanation on Driver Test Delays

Deputy Danny Healy Rae raised the matter with Tánaiste Leo Varadkar of the long delays with waiting times for driver theory tests which are at a standstill along with driver tests. Deputy Healy Rae said that he wanted to draw attention to the fact that there are almost 3,000 learner drivers waiting for a driving… Read more…

Libraries Re-Opening from Monday – Castleisland on Tuesday at 10am

Libraries Re-Opening from Monday – Castleisland on Tuesday at 10am

Cllr. Fionnán Fitzgerald passed on the notice that, in accordance with recent Government announcements, public libraries nationally will re-open for business on Monday,  May 10th 2021. The following services will be provided: browse and borrow; book returns and photocopying. A contact and collect service may also be offered if requested. Tralee, Killarney, Dingle and Listowel… Read more…

The Late Tom ‘Tomboy’ Hickey, Nenagh and formerly of Tullig, Castleisland

The Late Tom ‘Tomboy’ Hickey, Nenagh and formerly of Tullig, Castleisland

The death has occurred of Tom ‘Tomboy’ Hickey, (86) Wellington House, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary and formerly of Tullig, Castleisland, Co. Kerry. Peacefully on May 6th in the loving care of the Matron and staff of Rivervale Nursing Home, Nenagh. Predeceased by his wife Mary, his parents, brothers and sisters. Always remembered and sadly missed by… Read more…

Political Retirement: Cllr. Michael Gleeson Always Played the Ball

Political Retirement: Cllr. Michael Gleeson Always Played the Ball

Michael Gleeson’s decision to retire from active politics marks a real end of an era on the local political landscape and it brings a very dynamic, effective and dignified four decades of active political representation to a close, Killarney Chamber of Tourism and Commerce has said. Paying tribute to the veteran councillor for the wonderful… Read more…

Welcome Return to Action for Currow Coiste Na nÓg

Welcome Return to Action for Currow Coiste Na nÓg

All involved with Currow Coiste Na nÓg are delighted to see their juvenile teams return to the playing fields this week. By: Con Enright Our teams will continue to train once a week on the following days: U15: Wednesday at 7pm;  U13: Friday at 6pm; U11: Monday at 6:15pm; U5,U7 and U9 on Saturday morning at… Read more…

The Late Tom Hickey – and The  Voice from the Ivy Leaf Audience

The Late Tom Hickey – and The Voice from the Ivy Leaf Audience

The death has occurred of Thomas ‘Tom’ Hickey, South Circular Road, Dublin and late of Kildare. Peacefully, in the tender care of the nurses and staff at Orwell Private Nursing Home, Rathgar, surrounded by his loving family. Sadly missed by his son Lee, brothers Kieran, Tim and John B, sisters Phyl and Anne-Marie, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law,… Read more…

Kerry College to Hold Virtual Information Sessions this May 11th.

Kerry College to Hold Virtual Information Sessions this May 11th.

Kerry College will hold the first in a series of live information webinar events on Tuesday, May 11th. at 7pm. The event will feature staff, learners and graduates. Participating on the night will be teachers and current students to talk of their experiences with Kerry College and to answer any questions you may have. The… Read more…

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Category Archives: Scartaglin

The Late Michael ‘Mike’ Riordan, Newcastlewest and Knocknagoshel

The Late Michael ‘Mike’ Riordan, Newcastlewest and Knocknagoshel

The death has occurred of Michael ‘Mike’ Riordan, 8 Lilac Close, Newcastle West, Co. Limerick and Knocknagoshel, Co. Kerry. Michael ‘Mike’ Riordan, 8 Lilac Close, Newcastle West, Co. Limerick and formerly of Ahaneboy, Knocknagoshel, Co. Kerry. Suddenly on May 5th 2021 at his residence. Sadly missed by his loving brothers Pa in Castleisland and John… Read more…

Will Our Proposed Cycle Lanes Draw €40 Parking Fines on Desmonds GAA Supporters

Will Our Proposed Cycle Lanes Draw €40 Parking Fines on Desmonds GAA Supporters

At midnight on Tuesday, November 12th 2019, new laws protecting cyclists came into effect. The new legislation, which built upon existing laws governing cyclists and cycling in Ireland, made it an offence to dangerously overtake a pedal cyclist. And it also provided for an increased fixed charge penalty of €120 and three penalty points for offenders. … Read more…

Diversions Through Town as Castleisland Bypass Closes on Monday and Tuesday

Diversions Through Town as Castleisland Bypass Closes on Monday and Tuesday

Cllr. Bobby O’Connell passed on a notice he received from Kerry County Council Senior Executive Engineer, Breda Mulryan about next week’s closure of the Castleisland Bypass over Monday and Tuesday. Ms. Mulryan, head of the roads, transport and marine department at the council, also issued the warning that the traffic diversions mean that the flow… Read more…

Danny asked Tánaiste for Explanation on Driver Test Delays

Danny asked Tánaiste for Explanation on Driver Test Delays

Deputy Danny Healy Rae raised the matter with Tánaiste Leo Varadkar of the long delays with waiting times for driver theory tests which are at a standstill along with driver tests. Deputy Healy Rae said that he wanted to draw attention to the fact that there are almost 3,000 learner drivers waiting for a driving… Read more…

Libraries Re-Opening from Monday – Castleisland on Tuesday at 10am

Libraries Re-Opening from Monday – Castleisland on Tuesday at 10am

Cllr. Fionnán Fitzgerald passed on the notice that, in accordance with recent Government announcements, public libraries nationally will re-open for business on Monday,  May 10th 2021. The following services will be provided: browse and borrow; book returns and photocopying. A contact and collect service may also be offered if requested. Tralee, Killarney, Dingle and Listowel… Read more…

The Late Tom ‘Tomboy’ Hickey, Nenagh and formerly of Tullig, Castleisland

The Late Tom ‘Tomboy’ Hickey, Nenagh and formerly of Tullig, Castleisland

The death has occurred of Tom ‘Tomboy’ Hickey, (86) Wellington House, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary and formerly of Tullig, Castleisland, Co. Kerry. Peacefully on May 6th in the loving care of the Matron and staff of Rivervale Nursing Home, Nenagh. Predeceased by his wife Mary, his parents, brothers and sisters. Always remembered and sadly missed by… Read more…

Political Retirement: Cllr. Michael Gleeson Always Played the Ball

Political Retirement: Cllr. Michael Gleeson Always Played the Ball

Michael Gleeson’s decision to retire from active politics marks a real end of an era on the local political landscape and it brings a very dynamic, effective and dignified four decades of active political representation to a close, Killarney Chamber of Tourism and Commerce has said. Paying tribute to the veteran councillor for the wonderful… Read more…

Welcome Return to Action for Currow Coiste Na nÓg

Welcome Return to Action for Currow Coiste Na nÓg

All involved with Currow Coiste Na nÓg are delighted to see their juvenile teams return to the playing fields this week. By: Con Enright Our teams will continue to train once a week on the following days: U15: Wednesday at 7pm;  U13: Friday at 6pm; U11: Monday at 6:15pm; U5,U7 and U9 on Saturday morning at… Read more…

The Late Tom Hickey – and The  Voice from the Ivy Leaf Audience

The Late Tom Hickey – and The Voice from the Ivy Leaf Audience

The death has occurred of Thomas ‘Tom’ Hickey, South Circular Road, Dublin and late of Kildare. Peacefully, in the tender care of the nurses and staff at Orwell Private Nursing Home, Rathgar, surrounded by his loving family. Sadly missed by his son Lee, brothers Kieran, Tim and John B, sisters Phyl and Anne-Marie, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law,… Read more…

Kerry College to Hold Virtual Information Sessions this May 11th.

Kerry College to Hold Virtual Information Sessions this May 11th.

Kerry College will hold the first in a series of live information webinar events on Tuesday, May 11th. at 7pm. The event will feature staff, learners and graduates. Participating on the night will be teachers and current students to talk of their experiences with Kerry College and to answer any questions you may have. The… Read more…

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