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KERRY NEWS CHRISTMAS 2018 9
Award for their contribution to tourism.
Killarney Valley Classic and Vintage Club launch a restored 1989 Land Rover 90, which will be raffled off for Down Syndrome Kerry and Recovery Haven Cancer Support Group.
A large yacht washes up on Waterville beach just off Waterville Golf Links.
Kilgarvan mum Noreen O’Neill urges Minister Simon Harris to legalise medicinal cannabis to help her son.
The long hot summer begins with record temperatures and an official hosepipe ban coming into force.
Milltown hosts Fleadh Cheoil Chiarraí once again.
Regional Mayors are elected around the county; Cllr Norma Moriarty, Cathaoirleach of the South and West; Cllr Aoife Thornton, Cathaoirleach of the Listowel Municipal District; and Cllr John Sheahan, Cathaoirleach
An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar speaking at a press conference following the Cabinet meeting in Derrynane House in July.
Micheal O’Muircheartaigh, Sr Mary Rose Doyle, and resident Robert McCarron pictured at St. Mary of the Angels / St John of God Services 50th golden jubilee in Beaufort. Sr Mary Rose’s family presented the lands at Whitefield, Beaufort back in 1968.
  of the Killarney Municipal District and Tralee Cllr Graham Spring, Tralee.
The average three-bed semi in county Kerry is now €216,500 according to a survey.
Kerry beat Cork to win another Munster final
Airport try to avoid parking charges by using the nearby housing estate and school.
Former Kerry footballer Maurice Fitzgerald is new principal
of Coláiste na Sceilge in Cahersiveen.
A major burst pipe near TECSO in Killarney causes havoc over a large area causing water outages Sean Jones (30) is the first priest to be ordained in the Diocese of Kerry since 2007 in Moyvane, North Kerry.
St. Mary of The Angels in Beaufort celebrates 50 years caring for people with special needs.
Farmers and landowners from South Kerry backed an IFA-led protest to voice anger at the use of Compulsory Purchase Orders (CPOs) to acquire land in the area.
Nearly 10,000 cyclists take part in the Ring of Kerry cycle.
July
Nurses from University Hospital Kerry’s Emergency Department staged a demonstration outside the hospital against overcrowding in the unit.
 Lots of fires, melting roads and empty reservoirs cause problems in Kerry as the heatwave continues to bake the county
as temperatures reach a record 31.6°C inthecounty.
FEXCO announce175 jobs for Killorglin over a three-year period.
Holidaymakers flying from Kerry
    








































































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