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KERRY'S EYE THIS WEEK - Published Thursday 23rd October, 2014

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A man who was found dead in his car just minutes from the centre of Cahersiveen on one of the hottest days of the summer died because of the soaring temperatures, an inquest concluded this week. Jan Derylak, who was found in the Harp Apartments Car Park on Sunday, July 13th, had worked in Cahersiveen for the past ten years and lived alone in the apartments.

A north Kerry GAA club has issued a landmark public apology this week to a 20-year-old member of the Travelling community from Listowel who was called a ‘knacker’ during a match last year.  Listowel Emmets player, Eddie Joe Walsh from Feale Drive, took his case to the Equality Tribunal after he was abused by several people during a Division 3 North Kerry League game against Clounmacon in April last year.

An American woman seriously injured in a fatal accident in Annascaul last month, was this week preparing to return to the US for further treatment - and has thanked for the doctors and nurses at Kerry General Hospital for saving her life.

Gloria Keller from Stillwater, Minnesota, was driving a car at Ballynane, Annascaul, on September 11 when she was involved in a head-on collision.

The sound of the cathedral bells ringing out over a dark and sleeping Killarney at 6.30am all this week signals rising time for hundreds of ‘early Christians’ who are getting out of their beds for 7am Mass as part of the Killarney Parish Mission.

It will an end of era for Charlie Nelligan’s in Tralee when the well-known town centre bakery closes it doors for the final time on Christmas Eve. Former Kerry footballer, Charlie Nelligan, and his wife, Colette, have operated the bakery at The Mall, Tralee for the past 30 years and have made the decision to retire at the end of 2014.

 

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