Kenmare Ireland
Carnegie Arts Centre thanks everyone for all their support
Published: Sunday, 21 December 2014 11:05
Carnegie Arts Centre thanks everyone for all their support

Carnegie Arts Centre Christmas Holidays: December 21 – January 8 - 2015

Kenmare bypass sparks traffic concerns on east side of town
Published: Sunday, 21 December 2014 11:03
Kenmare bypass sparks traffic concerns on east side of town

The newly opened relief road in Kenmare is helping to ease traffic on Henry Street and Shelbourne Street but seems to have catalysed a new problem in the eastern side of the town.

Outrage over top travel writer's slur on Killarney
Published: Sunday, 21 December 2014 10:58
Outrage over top travel writer's slur on Killarney

Rick Steves said those who had the "misfortune" to spend a night in Killarney faced "a sprawling line of green Holiday Inns and outlet malls littered with pushy shoppers looking for plastic shamrocks".

€4 million road works on N71 in Bonane underway
Published: Sunday, 21 December 2014 10:54
€4 million road works on N71 in Bonane underway

A TWO-YEAR, 4-million euro project designed to improve safety on a 1.6-kilometre stretch of N71 in Bonane is finally underway.

Carnegie Arts lastest offerings
Published: Thursday, 11 December 2014 22:25
Carnegie Arts lastest offerings

We've got Film, Drama & Dance this week with   'Mrs. Browns Boys D'MOVIE'  Tonight @ 8pm Junior Carnegie Players Christmas Showcase 

Kerry sights feature in 'bible of Irish art
Published: Monday, 08 December 2014 21:34
Kerry sights feature in 'bible of Irish art

KERRY architecture and art feature prominently in a new series of books which will chronicle the most beautiful pieces of visual art and architecture across the nation.

Minister rejects idea teachers too corrupt to mark pupils
Published: Sunday, 30 November 2014 10:28
Minister rejects idea teachers too corrupt to mark pupils

  Education Minister Jan O'Sullivan has strongly condemned a suggestion that corruption is so endemic in Ireland that teachers cannot be trusted to grade their own students in a reformed Junior Cert.

Carnegie Arts Kenmare Weekly Events
Published: Saturday, 29 November 2014 18:15
Carnegie Arts Kenmare Weekly Events

The Carnegie Players Present 'The Communication Cord' by Brian Friel Gala Opening on Friday 5th  Further showa on the 6th,7th & 8th & The Thursday Night Film is 'Wakolda'

Carnegie Events - 27th Nov  - 6th Dec
Published: Sunday, 23 November 2014 09:59
Carnegie Events - 27th Nov - 6th Dec

Upcoming Events at The Carnegie Films and Drama  Film: 'The Stag' (2013)(94mins)(15A)(Ireland) Thursday 27th November 2014 @ 8pm

Comprehensive survey of tourism regions just released
Published: Monday, 08 December 2014 22:10
Comprehensive survey of tourism regions just released

Fáilte Ireland recently published a comprehensive set of reports capturing holidaymakers’ views of Ireland and its regional destinations – the Fáilte Ireland Holidaymaker

UN seeks $16.4bn to address crises in 2015
Published: Monday, 08 December 2014 21:52
UN seeks $16.4bn to address crises in 2015

Struggling to cope with record numbers of victims of conflict, the United Nations appealed Monday for $16.4 billion (€13.3 billion) to finance humanitarian assistance programs in 2015, warning that the gap between needs and available resources is widening.The appeal, a barometer of the global impact of wars and disasters, calls for 27 per cent more funding in 2015 than the amount requested a year ago for 2014 and is intended to aid more than 57 million people in 22 countries.

Troika rebuked by Government over water charges
Published: Monday, 08 December 2014 21:47
Troika rebuked by Government over water charges

Senior Government officials delivered a severe rebuke to visiting troika inspectors the morning after the European Commission questioned the new water regime, The Irish Times has learned.

Irish second World War veteran given France’s highest honour
Published: Monday, 08 December 2014 21:43
Irish second World War veteran given France’s highest honour

One of Ireland’s last surviving D-Day veterans has dedicated his award of France’s highest honour to his fellow countrymen who fought in the second World War.

Coalition shakes off water debacle with policy attack on Opposition
Published: Sunday, 30 November 2014 10:08
Coalition shakes off water debacle with policy attack on Opposition

After weeks of pressure over the water debacle, Government leaders have mounted co-ordinated attacks against the Opposition on economic and political grounds.

Autumn Statement: George Osborne announces £2bn to save NHS
Published: Sunday, 30 November 2014 10:00
Autumn Statement: George Osborne announces £2bn to save NHS

 

Government to save €750m from early repayment of IMF loan
Published: Sunday, 30 November 2014 09:50
Government to save €750m from early repayment of IMF loan

The Government will repay €9 billion of the State’s outstanding loan with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) next month, Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has confirmed.

Go Walk: the West Galtees in Tipperary
Published: Sunday, 30 November 2014 09:44
Go Walk: the West Galtees in Tipperary

Recently, I decided to join Mid-Tipp Hillwalkers club for a high level Sunday walk to the Comeragh Mountains. Arriving at the meeting place in Cashel, my plan instantly disarrayed on discovering that the moderate walk of the day was destined for the West Galtees.

Carrauntoohil steel cross re-erected one week after felling
Published: Sunday, 30 November 2014 09:35
Carrauntoohil steel cross re-erected one week after felling

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UN seeks $16.4bn to address crises in 2015
UN seeks $16.4bn to address crises in 2015
Published: Monday, 08 December 2014 21:52

Struggling to cope with record numbers of victims of conflict, the United Nations appealed Monday for $16.4 billion (€13.3 billion) to finance humanitarian assistance programs in 2015, warning that the gap between needs and available resources is widening.The appeal, a barometer of the global impact of wars and disasters, calls for 27 per cent more funding in 2015 than the amount requested a year ago for 2014 and is intended to aid more than 57 million people in 22 countries.

Autumn Statement: George Osborne announces £2bn to save NHS
Autumn Statement: George Osborne announces £2bn to save NHS
Published: Sunday, 30 November 2014 10:00

 

Here's a machine that turns water into synthetic gasoline
Here's a machine that turns water into synthetic gasoline
Published: Sunday, 23 November 2014 10:16

Even with the amount of electric vehicles we've seen lately, it's likely going to be a long time until they completely replace traditional combustion engines on the road. So how are we going to get away from pricey fossil fuels until then? Well, water could be a possibility.

Dyson to spend £1bn on 100 products
Dyson to spend £1bn on 100 products
Published: Friday, 21 November 2014 19:59

Inventor Sir James Dyson has pledged to spend £1 billion on the research and development of 100 new products over the next four years.

Paul McCartney enters virtual reality with 3D concert app
Paul McCartney enters virtual reality with 3D concert app
Published: Friday, 21 November 2014 19:55

Sir Paul McCartney has taken a daring leap into the world of virtual reality — launching a free app to watch one of the ex-Beatles recent concerts, that can be used with home-made goggles.

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