Niall Kelleher

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Still friends: Dublin and Kerry fans chat after the All-Ireland senior football final in Croke Park. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Hearts faltered and we lost all semblance of sense and reason, but no dreams were harmed in the making of this All-Ireland epic. As supporters reeled(...)

Brendan White who lives on Clonliffe Road puts up bunting in support of Dublin ahead of the  All-Ireland football final at Croke Park. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A chronic shortage of bunting in shades of blue has prompted Dublin’s Lord Mayor to take to social media to appeal for supplies to be made available t(...)

Banter is building between Dublin and Kerry fans ahead of next weekend’s All Ireland final.

The mayors of Dublin and Kerry have joined the banter between football fans in the two counties in the run up to next weekend’s All-Ireland football f(...)

Gardaí in Hazelwood Drive, Ballyspillane, Killarney, where a house’s windows were broken and front door scorched. Photograph: Don MacMonagle

Forty years old this year, the Ballyspillane council estate was controversial from the start. Built more than a mile from Killarney town, it was put i(...)

Judge James O’Connor in 1999. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The retirement has been announced by the Courts Service of Kerry-based district justice James O’Connor, following a decision not to grant his applicat(...)

Posters advocating a No vote were prominently displayed in Kilgarvan village, leaving locals in no doubt where the two Healy-Rae TDs stood on the contentious issue. File photograph: Dáil Éireann TV

The sense of surprise was palpable when it became clear that not even the mighty Healy-Rae machine could halt the abortion Yes juggernaut in the famil(...)

Ian Marshall is “a certainty” to secure one of the seats, according to one Seanad source

Former president of the Ulster Farmers’ Union and strong anti-Brexit campaigner Ian Marshall is expected to win a Seanad seat when two byelections are(...)

Normand Larose (62) and Rosalyn Joy Few (64) died in a freak accident at the Gap of Dunloe on Monday Normand Larose (62) and Rosalyn Joy Few (64) died in a freak accident at the Gap of Dunloe on Monday.

The family of two tourists killed in a freak pony-and-trap accident in the Gap of Dunloe in Co Kerry this week have begun making arrangements for the (...)

Normand Larose (62) and Rosalyn Joy Few (64) died in a freak accident at the Gap of Dunloe on Monday

More than 200 people have signed a book of condolence that is to be presented to the family of a couple who died on Monday in a freak pony and trap ac(...)

A group  led by local councillor Donal Grady arrive to protest at a reception centre for asylum seekers in Killarney, Co Kerry. Photograph: Don MacMonagle

A county councillor was among a group of about 30 people who protested at the weekend outside a reception centre for asylum seekers in Co Kerry. The(...)

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