Caherciveen

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Joanne Hayes leaving the tribunal of enquiry into the Kerry Babies in June 1985. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Kerry Babies case has come to symbolise the treatment of women who stepped outside the conventions of the Ireland of a generation ago. But it was (...)

The Gleesk Viaduct which is part of the proposed greenway will require repair.  Photograph: Valerie O’Sullivan

An Bord Pleanála’s approval for a 32km Ring of Kerry greenway on a disused railway line between Glenbeigh and Renard near Cahersiveen has been warmly (...)

Young Kerry artist, Casey Etherton – from Coláiste na Sceilge, Caherciveen – overall winner in the senior 16-18 years age category for  ‘Kevin In The Pink’

When aspiring art student Casey Etherton noticed his neighbour sitting under a light in his grandparents’ home he saw in the moment a self-portrait by(...)

A fobbing-in system which records politician’s attendance at Leinster House was suspended between March and July during the first period of Covid-19 restrictions. Photograph: Alan Betson

Eight TDs and Senators have sworn a statement before a peace commissioner or commissioner of oaths to say they were present in the Dáil or Seanad duri(...)

Lives Lost: Fr Jim O’Donoghue

This article is one of a series about people who have died with coronavirus in Ireland and among the diaspora. Read more at irishtimes.com/covid-19-li(...)

Former Minister for Justice  John  O’Donoghue had suffered great shame and embarrassment because of the publication, it was claimed. File photograph: David Sleator

Defamation proceedings are being brought by former minister for justice and Ceann Comhairle, John O’Donoghue, against the Tralee based newspaper Kerry(...)

The new residents arrived in Cahersiveen on March 18th and 19th, some of them from a hotel in Dublin at which a case of coronavirus infection  was subsequently confirmed in an unrelated guest, he said.

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan has apologised to the people of Cahersiveen, Co Kerry, for not consulting them about the opening of a direct pro(...)

The refugees, who were sent to the former Skellig Star Hotel in Caherciveen from different locations around the country, were initially welcomed by locals. Photograph: Google Maps

The Health Service Executive raised concerns with the Department of Justice regarding the transfer of more than 100 refugees to a new direct provision(...)

File photograph of Mosney direct provision centre in Co Meath. Photograph: Frank Miller

Four self-isolation facilities for direct provision residents who display Covid-19 symptoms are set to be in operation by the end of the week with one(...)

A protester demonstrating against direct provision in 2017. File photograph: Tom Honan

More than 650 additional beds have been secured for asylum seekers in direct provision centres to socially distance and self- isolate, the Department (...)

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