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Brennan brothers hoping for recovery in the hotel industry
Published: Wednesday, 23 July 2014 17:46
Brennan brothers hoping for recovery in the hotel industry

THE helicopter appeared suddenly, hovering in the sky above the Kenmare Park Hotel menacingly. Only moments ago there had been total silence, bar the occasional lilting line of birdsong from the trees of the famous country house's expansive gardens.

Kerry town flags its support 'for all visitors'
Published: Wednesday, 23 July 2014 17:33
Kerry town flags its support 'for all visitors'

Residents of Waterville flagged up last night that one cafe owner's opinions do not reflect the town

Online property auctions 'a Dublin phenomenon'
Published: Wednesday, 23 July 2014 06:19
Online property auctions 'a Dublin phenomenon'

ONLINE PROPERTY auctions will play a central role in the property market in the coming years, according to Allsop's auctioneers. But estate agents in Kerry are yet to be convinced, saying what works for Dublin doesn't always apply to the rest of the country.

Kerry’s night sky: ‘It’s like a punch in the stomach’
Published: Monday, 21 July 2014 19:45
Kerry’s night sky: ‘It’s like a punch in the stomach’

In the 2010 novel Italian Shoes, by Swedish writer Henning Mankell, the character Louise moves from the city and lives deep in the northern forests among artists, intellectuals and pugilists, in a place where “the stars seem to be within reach, almost glittering”.

Kenmare Adult Education Centre
Published: Sunday, 20 July 2014 22:33
Kenmare Adult Education Centre

Kenmare Adult Education Kenmare Adult Education Centre continues to provide a Centre for learning in the Kenmare and surrounding areas.

Champs exit throws race wide open
Published: Sunday, 20 July 2014 13:02
Champs exit throws race wide open

THE defeat and exit of four-in-a-row county champions from the senior football championship has thrown the race to succeed Dr Crokes wide open, and it's not immediately apparent who the new champions are going to be. While an end to Dr Crokes reign and dominance was always inevitable, there weren't too many that saw it coming this year, and even less so saw it coming last weekend.

Superfast broadband on way to Kerry towns
Published: Sunday, 20 July 2014 12:55
Superfast broadband on way to Kerry towns

BUSINESSES in Tralee and Killarney should soon be able to avail of superfast broadband after the two towns were included in plans for a new national fibre broadband network which is to be constructed by ESB and Vodafone.

Four-year-old cars failing NCT due to Kerry's bad roads
Published: Sunday, 20 July 2014 12:50
Four-year-old cars failing NCT due to Kerry's bad roads

A QUARTER of all newer cars that go through the NCT are failing the test due to very minor problems, which are often caused by Kerry's bad roads.

Facebook launches bookmarking feature 'Save'
Published: Wednesday, 23 July 2014 05:56
Facebook launches bookmarking feature 'Save'

Facebook has introduced Save, a new feature which allows users to bookmark content from their news feeds to revisit later.

Dana breaks down in court as she gives evidence in brother's trial
Published: Monday, 21 July 2014 19:55
Dana breaks down in court as she gives evidence in brother's trial

The singer denied she had arranged treatment for John Brown (60) and that she was made aware of claims of the abuse against a child in the 1970s, a court heard today.

Open Glory for Majestic Mcilroy
Published: Sunday, 20 July 2014 22:25
Open Glory for Majestic Mcilroy

This time there was no procession, but Rory McIlroy still created more history as he held off a spirited challenge from Sergio Garcia to claim his third Major title on a thrilling final day of The 143rd Open Championship.

Brennan brothers’ hotel ‘weathers storm
Published: Sunday, 20 July 2014 12:45
Brennan brothers’ hotel ‘weathers storm

The five-star hotel business operated by TV’s trouble-shooting hotelier brothers John and Francis Brennan, has “weathered the storm” to record two years of profits.

€5bn debt threatens plan to cut property tax
Published: Sunday, 20 July 2014 10:59
€5bn debt threatens plan to cut property tax

John McGuinnes Blamed Local authorities now owe a staggering €5bn to the banks. New figures obtained by the Sunday Independent also reveal that €676m remains outstanding to councils across the country by way of unpaid rates, water arrears and housing loan arrears.

Irish priests back Pope Francis' comments on end to celibacy
Published: Sunday, 20 July 2014 10:53
Irish priests back Pope Francis' comments on end to celibacy

The organisation representing Catholic priests in Ireland has called for an end to the Vatican's celibacy rule. The Association of Catholic Priests in Ireland warmly welcomed recent comments by Pope Francis hinting that priests may be able to marry in the future.

'Incinerate Morgan Kelly' - the most shocking Anglo tape yet
Published: Sunday, 20 July 2014 10:50
'Incinerate Morgan Kelly' - the most shocking Anglo tape yet

The UCD economist Morgan Kelly, who alone predicted the sheer scale of Ireland's economic crash, was the subject of a shocking and searing verbal onslaught by a senior Anglo banker and a leading Dublin stockbroker after he suggested the 
then government would be better off incinerating the billions of euro it was preparing to pump into Anglo Irish Bank.

Rowling plans more crime thrillers
Published: Sunday, 20 July 2014 09:18
Rowling plans more crime thrillers

Author JK Rowling has revealed plans to pen many more crime thrillers and create "a series" that will run for longer than her hugely successful seven Harry Potter books.

Facebook's 'buy' button lets you purchase products in posts
Published: Sunday, 20 July 2014 09:08
Facebook's 'buy' button lets you purchase products in posts

Shoppers can click the "buy" button to purchase items in adverts or other posts without leaving Facebook

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Facebook launches bookmarking feature 'Save'
Facebook launches bookmarking feature 'Save'
Published: Wednesday, 23 July 2014 05:56

Facebook has introduced Save, a new feature which allows users to bookmark content from their news feeds to revisit later.

Open Glory for Majestic Mcilroy
Open Glory for Majestic Mcilroy
Published: Sunday, 20 July 2014 22:25

This time there was no procession, but Rory McIlroy still created more history as he held off a spirited challenge from Sergio Garcia to claim his third Major title on a thrilling final day of The 143rd Open Championship.

Rowling plans more crime thrillers
Rowling plans more crime thrillers
Published: Sunday, 20 July 2014 09:18

Author JK Rowling has revealed plans to pen many more crime thrillers and create "a series" that will run for longer than her hugely successful seven Harry Potter books.

Facebook's 'buy' button lets you purchase products in posts
Facebook's 'buy' button lets you purchase products in posts
Published: Sunday, 20 July 2014 09:08

Shoppers can click the "buy" button to purchase items in adverts or other posts without leaving Facebook

Woman loses family member for second time in Malaysian Airline disasters
Woman loses family member for second time in Malaysian Airline disasters
Published: Saturday, 19 July 2014 06:45

An Australian woman who lost her brother in the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has learned that her stepdaughter was on the Malaysia Airlines flight shot down over Ukraine.

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