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ABOVE: Enjoying D. J . Curtin and at theBrandon Hotel on Saturday night, from left ColetteShortt, Mai McGuire, Fiona Murphy, Conor McGuire, Barry Murphy and Chris Shortt.

ABOVE: D.J. Curtin, direct from Las Vegas to his show at the Brandon Hotel on Saturday night and pictured with members of THE COMQUERORS left Keith McDonald, D. J. Curtin, Lorraine McDonald and Deloras Guirin, Tralee

ABOVE: Ena and Johnny O'Shea, Tralee, ABOVE: Enjoying the craic at D. J. dancing the night away as they Rock and Roll Curtin's show on Saturday night Eddie at D. J. Curtin's Concert at the Brandon on Barrett and his wife Pauline Saturday night.

ABOVE: Patsy and Marian Griffin, Tralee, with D. J. Curtin ABOVE: Mark Leen on Stage at his show at the Brandon before D. J. Curtin, at the Hotel on Saturday night. Brandon Hotel on Saturday night.

ABOVE: National Ex-Servicemen and Women of ONE Thomas Ashe Branch Kerry, march to St John's Church Tralee on Sunday for the annual Lá na BhFiann Mass for members of the Defence Forces Garda Siochana, Civil Defence and Red Cross.

ABOVE: National Ex-Servicemen attended the Lá na BhFiann Mass for Defence Forces, and Reserve Defences Forces, Garda Siochana, Red Cross at St John's Church Tralee on Sunday, from left front Patsy Curtin, Listowel, Sean Ryan, Milltown, and Ray McGibney, Listowel, back left John Joe Walsh, Ballylongford, Timothy O'Sullivan, Beaufort and Tom Noonan, Milltown. Friday 8th November 2019

ABOVE: Members of Killorglin Districh Pipe Band who led the parade of National Ex-Servicemen and Women in the Lá na BhFiann to Mass at St John's Church Tralee on Sunday, from left Ger O'Donoghue, Valentia, Jimmy Sheehan, Listowel, Eamon Mulvihill, Killarney and Pat Pigott, Killorglin.

ABOVE: Waiting for the quiz to commence ladies attending the Kerry Women's Resource Centre Tralee, who held their fundraising Quiz at Kerin's O'Rahilly's Club on Friday night, from left Joan Prendergast, Tralee, Shelia Fitzpatrick, Shanagolden and Fran Beasley, Listowel.

ABOVE: Tralee's Star D. J. Curtin back from Las Vegas, Nevada, in full swing at his show in the Brandon Hotel on Saturday night.

ABOVE: Meeting the Star of the Show D. J. Curtin at the Bandon Hotel on Saturday night, from left Patsy O'Connor, Anne Ryle, D. J. Curtin, Joan O'Connor, Alice Tiernan and Elizabeth Hegarty.

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LEGAL MATTERS CORNER MIRIAM MC GILLICUDDY ANSWERS YOUR LEGAL QUERIES Sarah has been summonsed for Jury service and she is wondering what this will entail. Juries are the input of the non-lawyer Irish citizen into the legal system and therefore are a very important aspect of our justice system. We are all entitled to a jury of our peers if we are ever up on a serious criminal offence. The summons to Jury Service is a court summons so there are potential penalties if a person does not show up. The Jury and jurors are an essential part of the Irish Legal System and the administration of justice in our country. They are essential for the courts and the courts could not function without their cooperation. Jurors are selected at random, they are called to court from the Dail voting register and are sworn to give a verdict on the basis of evidence given in a court case. The Jury system relies on the fact that ordinary people applying their common sense, can arrive at a fair and reasonable verdict. Serving on a jury is a great way for individuals to participate in our justice system and our government. Jury service is a civic duty and an obligation. It means ordinary citizens are standing up to be counted and to ensure that people particularly who contravene the criminal law are given a fair hearing and if found guilty are punished. (The Judge decides on the amount of the punishment) 12 people sit on a jury but it can rise to 15 in trials that will last more than 2 months. Various people depending on their occupation may be ineligible, disqualified or excused from Jury Service. Although there is no

upper age limit once one is over 65 one could please health grounds as a reason not to go on a jury. Juries usually apply in criminal cases but they could also be involved in some civil cases like Defamation, Assault and False Imprisonment cases. Once a jury is empanelled if a juror knows the accused or feels they will not be unfair or impartial they should remove themselves from the jury. The Plaintiff and the Defendant can both request removal of up to 7 jurors without cause and 7 with cause each so there may be some shuffling of the jury before the final jury is in situ. Jurors have to respect the confidentiality of their deliberations. If Sarah is employed she will be paid by her employer while she is on jury service. If self-employed there is no state pay but it is proposed to provide expenses for the self-employed. The advantages of a jury are that the public believe in them, they are essential to democracy, and they seek a fair result. Justice is seen to be done. Disadvantages include the length of time a jury trial takes, the expense for the system, the risk of jury tampering and risk of bias. As Lord Devlin said “trial by Jury is more than an instrument of Justice and more than one wheel of constitution it is the lamp that shows that freedom lives” Law Quip: Ever notice how random chance always picks you for jury service but not to win the Lotto.

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Declan O Rourke plays Siamsa! Declan O'Rourke is coming to Siamsa Tire on Dec 7th. A great singer songwriter and storyteller, Declan is on a small tour of Ireland between now and the New Year, he is looking forward to returning to Kerry to perform for his many fans, the programme will include songs from his wide repertoire, along with some exciting new work. Declan O’Rourke is a Dublin born musician, singersongwriter and storyteller. His songs are inspired by people, love, war, and history. Since 2004, Declan has recorded six albums touring extensively as a solo artist, and also sharing stages with some of the greatest names in music eg. John Prine, James Taylor, Rosanne Cash, Mary Chapin-Carpenter and Paul Brady. Widely admired in the industry, Declan’s songs have been covered by a growing list of artists including Christy Moore, Eddi Reader and Josh Groban. A dynamic performer, he is as comfortable fronting a Friday 8th November 2019

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Nominated for best singer, and winner of the first ever award for ‘Best Original Song’ at the inaugural ‘RTE Folk Awards’ 2018 for his latest work, O’Rourke’s versatility live performance has resulted in successful appearances in concert halls, theatres, clubs and television shows at home and abroad. He appeared on season five of BBC’s ‘Transatlantic Sessions’ alongside Alison Krauss and Amos Lee, and two seasons of the popular music show ‘Other Voices’. The Dubliners legend John Sheahan, declared recently that, “after 50 years I have decided it’s time to put a lid on the ‘The Dubliners,’ but I’m sure you’ll all agree that with Declan, and Damien (Dempsey), the future is in good hands.”Declan O’Rourke does not stand still and continues to forge his unique brand of original songs, drawing on influences both rich and diverse. On a

short tour of Ireland, Declan is performing at Siamsa Tire on Saturday 7th December where he is looking forward to performing to his Kerry fans. He will be drawing from his wide repertoire of songs and will be introducing some

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Ballyseedy Cafe is agrowing! Ballyseedy Café from Tralee has recently opened a branch in Dairygold Co-op Superstores in Raheen, Co. Limerick, which is the first part of its partnership with the Munster agri-business giant.Well-known to visitors to Kerry, Ballyseedy Café will be open seven days a week, with two more Ballyseedy Café openings planned at Dairygold Co-Op Superstores in Midleton and Carrigaline by the end of this year.John O’ Carroll, from Tralee who is head of retail at Dairygold, commented on the opening, saying: “This partnership with Ballyseedy is an exciting element of our overall store investment plan.“These openings demonstrate the shared values of Ballyseedy and

Dairygold Co-Op Superstores of being at the heart of local communities.”The welcome addition of the Ballyseedy brand is just one element of a plan set out by the Co-Op Superstores brand, Dairygold claims. Nathan McDonnell, managing director of Ballyseedy Group, also spoke about the partnership, adding: “We’re excited to be expanding Ballyseedy across Munster by partnering with Dairygold CoOp Superstores.More than 60 full and part-time roles will be created by Ballyseedy Cafés with the opening in Raheen, followed by Carrigaline, and Midleton in Cork later this year.“We’re overwhelmed with the response to our new Raheen Café since opening

and plans are now well under way for our two additional cafes in Cork to open later this year.“Aligning ourselves with a brand like Dairygold Co-Op

Superstores which shares our own core value of customer focus makes perfect business sense,” McDonnell concluded. (article Agriland.ie)

Vomiting Bug threat reduces at UHK

Strict visitor restrictions remain in place at University Hospital Kerry (UHK) due to persistent suspected outbreak of Norovirus (Winter Vomiting Bug). Visiting is only allowed in exceptional circumstances and by agreement with the Clinical Nurse Managers. Strict visiting restrictions were introduced at UHK due to the volume of patients with suspected ‘Norovirus’ - commonly known as the ‘Winter Vomiting Bug’. This is in the interest of patient care, and in order to curb the spread of the ‘Winter Vomiting Bug’ within the Hospital. Visitors are asked to strictly adhere to the UHK visiting restriction. In the interest of our patients who are mainly elderly and acutely unwell, attendees at the Hospital, for example

outpatients and X-ray department must use the ‘Alcohol Hand Gels’ supplied as they enter the hospital. Mr Fearghal Grimes General Manager states: “The suspected ‘Winter Vomiting Bug’ is prevalent but reducing in the number of symptomatic cases in UHK. We would appeal, therefore to people to strictly adhere to the UHK visiting restriction. In particular, if they have been affected by vomiting and / or diarrhoea, or if they have been in contact with anyone with these symptoms until they have been symptom free for 72 hours. Community and visitors may unknowingly bring the ‘Winter Vomiting Bug’ into the hospital when visiting sick relatives or friends. Patient care is our priority and we would urge the public to assist

hospital staff keep to the virus at bay as it can further debilitate those who are already sick in hospital”. In certain circumstances, visitors will be allowed access to the affected Wards by prior arrangement with the Clinical

Nurse Managers. This will be strictly monitored by the hospital. Anyone with any queries about visiting times or visiting a particular ward should ring the Hospital in advance on Tel: (066) 7184000.

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Mark brings Tralee together for DJ's Final Concert in Tralee Says Mark Leen "Bon Voyage to the wonderful DJ Curtin who thrilled the full

houses in Tralee last Fri and Sat night. DJ played a blinder and feedback was phenomenal. His new DVD is just released,the last time DJ had a DVD released was 1988 at Clontarf Castle," Mark also performed at the start of the night and later in the night following performances by Keith and Lorraine and the Conquerors , Mark rolled back the years and performed a few of his very popular Elvis numbers , finishing with his swansong "Goodbye Venice" Local legend DJ Manus Leane , kept things rockin into the wee hours. DJ, of course was something to be savoured.. what a voice, what a repertoire

Mark Leen performing before DJ comes on Stage in The Brandon Hotel Tralee on Saturday evening.Photos Joe Hanley

DJ Curtin performing at his Final Curtin Concert in The Brandon Hotel,Tralee on Saturday evening Photo Joe Hanley

Ladies having a great night at the DJ Curtin Final Curtin Concert in The Brandon Hotel,Tralee on Saturday night. Photo Joe Hanley

Sean Crowley and John Hegarty Tralee at the DJ Curtin Final Curtin concert in The Brandon Hotel,Tralee on Saturday night Photo Joe Hanley

At the DJ Curtin Final Curtin Concert in The Brandon Hotel Tralee on Saturday night Darren O'Sullivan,Dawn O'Sullivan and Angela Walshe Photo Joe Hanley

Kitty Curtin,Maire Coffey and Mary Glazier at the DJ Curtin final Curtin concert in The Brandon Hotel,Tralee on Saturday night Photo Joe Hanley

Keith and Lorraine McDonald who were the backing group of the DJ Curtin Final Curtin Curtin Concert in The Brandon Hotel,Tralee on Saturday night Photo Joe Hanley

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Having a great night at the DJ Curtin Final Curtin Concert in the Brandon Hotel,Tralee on Saturday night Breda Hurley,Mena and John O'Shea, Colette Houlihan and Bridie O'Grady Photo Joe Hanley

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Kerry Airport Unveiled As Lead Sponsor of Basketball In The Kingdom For 2020 BASKETBALL at juvenile and senior level in Kerry has been given a major boost at the start of the new season with the announcement that Kerry Airport has become the lead sponsor of the sport in the county. The Kerry Area Basketball Board (KABB) season has just commenced with over 300 teams competing in over 50 League, Cup and Plate competitions. These competitions will now be known as the Kerry Airport League, Kerry Airport Cup and Kerry Airport Plate Competitions at all levels from Juvenile up to Senior in both Girls / Women and Boys / Men. The CEO of Kerry Airport, John Mulhern, said: “We are celebrating our 50th anniversary at Kerry Airport and over the coming year, we are reaching out to communities throughout the county to show our appreciation of what they do for others. Basketball – in clubs and schools – is at the heart of so many towns and villages in Kerry. Hundreds of people play, coach and coordinate games, camps and

activities from Ballybunion to Caherciveen, from Kenmare to Dingle, from Farranfore to Glenbeigh. Most of these wonderful people are volunteers who invest so much time and energy year after year for the love of the sport and to ensure that youngsters have a healthy social outlet. We are proud to play our part and we are looking forward to working closely with KABB in promoting and developing the sport at club level into the future.”

The partnership between Kerry Airport and KABB will also embrace the representative Kerry Juvenile Girls and Boys Teams from Under 14 to Under 17 as well as the Juvenile Academy Under 12 and Under 13 Teams. The new-look Kerry Airport logo will be featured on the team jerseys. Kerry Airport, which serves two German destinations with Ryanair, is planning to send one of the underage teams to compete against a German team in Berlin in the new year. The Executive Secretary of Kerry Area Basketball Board,

David Ahern, said: “The Kerry Area Basketball Board is delighted to announce a new partnership with Kerry Airport for 2020. It's an exciting time in Kerry Basketball as the game is enjoying continued growth throughout the county. Kerry basketball is involved in many communities in all parts of the Kingdom and everyone involved in Kerry Basketball is excited to be part of Kerry Airport’s plans to celebrate its 50th anniversary as a gateway to Ireland and the rest of the world.” Kerry Airport recently announced Pieta House as its charity partner for 2020 and KABB will also work closely with Kerry Airport to stage a

fundraising event in support of Pieta House next year. Kerry Airport is ideally located for anyone wishing to travel on business or pleasure with direct flights to seven destinations including: London-Stansted, LondonLuton, Frankfurt-Hahn, Berlin, Alicante & Faro with Ryanair and to Dublin with Aer Lingus Regional. There is ample and great value parking at Kerry Airport as well as friendly service. For more information about Kerry Airport, please visit www.KerryAirport.ie or contact +353 66 9764644.

Blennerville National School Receives 12 Ipads from Connect! Kerry's premier monthly lifestyle magazine, Connect Kerry has just delivered not one, not two, but 12 Apple Ipads to Blennerville National School as a result of their ‘Support your Local School’ initiative. Complete with storage cases and wireless keyboards these iPads will make a huge difference to the school. Principal of the school Robbie O Connell says ‘Blennerville NS were very fortunate to be Connect Kerry's school for 2019. We won a competitive online poll and were thrilled to do so. We are extremely grateful to Connect Kerry and Margaret Kissane for the iPads we received today. These iPads will go a long way towards helping us to fulfil our digital learning strategy and each and every child will get an Friday 8th November 2019

opportunity to engage with an iPad in a fun and educational way. iPads are an excellent resource to compliment work and to reinforce work done in class. Margaret Kissane, Publisher and Editor and publisher, Connect Magazine ‘ ‘For many years now we have always supported local with our events here in Connect and we are proud to say we have raised lots of funding for many charities over the years, however our new ‘Support your Local School’ initiative has been well received over the past two years, it enables us to give something back to that area of our community, Its imperative that in an era of technology kids will learn to use and understand this technology properly to take them safely into their teenage

years. We are already in the process of choosing the school that will benefit from the next school years fundraising activities, our 5 finalists will be announced Monday November 11th and the public can vote for their favorite

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Louise Morrisson, Tralee wins €1,000 in Lee Strand’s Grand Finale - “Is Lee Strand’s New 100% Renewable Carton in your Fridge?” There was lots of excitement at Lee Strand’s €1,000 Grand Finale on Saturday, November 2nd when Radio Kerry broadcasted live from Manor West Shopping Centre in Tralee. To celebrate the launch of Lee Strand’s new 100% Renewable & 100% Recyclable carton, Lee Strand and Radio Kerry called at random to homes in Kerry from Monday, October 14th until Friday, November 1st. The finalists qualified if Lee Strand’s new 100% Renewable carton was in their fridge. All finalists received a hamper filled with Lee Strand products and were invited to attend the Grand Finale to be in with a chance to win €1,000. On Saturday the finalists who attended the Grand Finale were all asked to select a Lee Strand 100% Renewable

Carton at random. Francis Jones from Radio Kerry then explained to the finalists to twist the cap to see which carton had the Renewable sticker inside the cap. Louise Morrison from Cois Abhainn, Tralee had the lucky carton and was announced the winner. Speaking at the Grand Finale Louise stated “I am absolutely delighted, we always drink Lee Strand milk in our house. The €1,000 is going to make Christmas so special for my kids.” The finalists who attended on Saturday were: Joan Kenny, Ballyheigue; Anne Evans, Tralee; Rose Kennedy, Dingle; Margaret Browne, Castleisland; Ms Dara Knightly, Annascaul; Mary McCarthy; Killarney; Louise Morrisson, Tralee; Michelle McCarthy, Rathmore; Deirdre

O Connor, Listowel; Martina O’Shea, Cahersiveen; Lynda McCarthy, Abbeydorney; Robert Allen, Killarney and Peter Hanly, Kenmare. There were lots prizes to be

won on the day including hampers, half zips and t-shirts. Kids also enjoyed Mighty Mikey Milk and they also got the opportunity to milk Rosie Lee Strand’s interactive milking cow.

Carmel delighted Love is in the Air with reaction to at Syphon Coffee Pop up Shop Concept. Bar & Lounge Owner of the new Fashion Pop Up Shop in the Square , Tralee Tralee couple Áine Brennan and Robert Babington celebrated , Carmel Prenderville ( who also runs the very popular She Boutique in Castleisland ) says " We had a fantastic opening weekend a few weeks ago and its been really good since then . Customers cant believe the value in top labels we have available . Ladies loved the offer of beautiful clothes and shoes @ budget prices. Loads of fab ‘pieces’ in again this week so call and treat yourself or a friend or pick up your Xmas gifts"

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A Night not to be missed!!

Francie Conway performing at the Christy Hennessy Songwriters Finals 2019 in The Ashe Hotel,Tralee on Saturday evening

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ABOVE: The Kerry Women's Resource Centre Tralee, held their fundraising Quiz at Kerin's O'Rahilly's Club on Friday night, from left Barbara Derbyshire, Moyvane. Claire Tracey, Ballybunion, Mark Trecey and Marie Eason Lisselton.

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TECHNOLOGY CORNER with Billy O Meara (HRI Services)

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Email Scams... How to avoid them ! The most common way that fraudsters target potential victims is by sending fake emails that look like they are from a reputable company. They will urge you to click on a link and enter your personal and financial details into a fake website that will look like a genuine website. They usually ask you to fill in your details as well as financial information.

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ORIGAMI Workshops for all in Syphon Coffee Bar Visual Artist and Origamist Rebecca Lyons is running

Christmas themed Origami Workshops in Syphon Coffee Bar and Lounge for children and Adults over the next 4 weeks with possible others in December also. Children's workshops will run on Saturday's 12-2 and 3-5 whilst Adults will run on Sunday's 12.30-3. These workshops have gone down well previously in various locations and everyone is delighted to take home their own handmade decorations and gifts. For more details contact Rebecca Lyons on 086-8690322 or email rebeccalyons1977@gmail.com.

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KNOW YOUR RIGHTS: PUBLIC HOLIDAY ENTITLEMENT Question I work full-time, Monday to Friday, but the business will be closed on Monday 28 October. Will I get paid for the day? Answer Monday 28 October 2019 is a public holiday and as you would normally be due in work you are entitled to get your normal pay for the day. If you did work on Monday 28, you would be entitled to your pay for the day and one of the following alternatives: • An additional day of annual leave • An additional day’s pay • A paid day off within a month of the public holiday

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WANTED Old Irish Bank Notes Stamp Collections | Old Coins The Harp and Lion, Church St, Listowel Open: Tue- Sat: 12 - 4pm Phone Keith: 0871844164 or e-mail: keith.harbour@yahoo.com

Schools Science Quiz at ITT Tralee next week Kerry Irish Science Teachers Association will hold the annual

Senior Science Quiz on Thursday the 14th of November at Tralee IT South Campus at 7pm. The ISTA Senior science quiz for Leaving cert students sponsored by Kerry Group is being held Thurs night 14th Nov starting at 7pm at the canteen @ South Campus ITT. Finish time 8.30pm

If you are not normally rostered to work on a public holiday you are entitled to one-fifth of your weekly pay as compensation for the public holiday. Part-time employees also qualify for a public holiday entitlement, when they have worked at least 40 hours in total in the 5 weeks before the public holiday. If you are not getting your public holiday entitlement, you may make a complaint under the Organisation of Working Time Act within 6 months. You must use the online complaint form (pdf) from the Workplace Relations Commission.

Table Quiz at the Shanty Bar! Table Quiz in aid of Ballyfinane National School will take place in The Shanty Bar on Friday night November 15th at 7.30. Tables of 4 will cost €20. Raffle for lovely prizes. Refreshments will be served. Your support would be appreciated.

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Ryan J Announced as Winner of IMRO Christie Hennessy Song Contest Singer-songwriter Ryan J was crowned the winner of the 9th annual IMRO Christie Hennessy Song Contest with his song ‘Timebomb’. The live final took place on Saturday, 2nd November at The Ashe Hotel, Tralee, with a special guest performance from singer-songwriter

Mundy. Ten finalists were selected from just under 300 entries from across Ireland and beyond to perform their original song in front of a live audience and panel of expert judges. Speaking at the announcement of the winner Ryan said: “I can’t believe this

happened, I’m over the moon! I had everything packed away so this was unexpected. Well done to everybody who came and performed, the talent was amazing. Thank you to IMRO and all involved.” Ryan J was presented with a cheque for €1,000, courtesy of CARA Credit Union. For the first time in the contest’s history, two finalists were named in second place, Nnic with ‘The Place’ and Ivan Nicolas with ‘Sicily’. Both received €300 as worthy runner-up prize. The competition, which is a tribute to one of Tralee’s most famous sons, received almost 300 entries from across Ireland and beyond. Now in its ninth year, the competition has grown in stature over the years to become one of Ireland’s leading song competitions and continues to attract a high calibre of

songwriters from Ireland and overseas, covering a broad range of musical genres. Previous winners have included Paul McDonnell, Dave Molloy, Alan Kavanagh, Enda Reilly/Christine Deady, Míde Houlihan & Katie O’Connor, Curtis Walsh and Gemma Bradley.

Fire breathing dragons & circus in churches. The National Circus Festival of Ireland celebrates its 18th edition The National Circus Festival of Ireland will celebrate its coming of age in style this Nov 14th-17thin Tralee, Co. Kerry. Founded in 2001 by Con Horgan of Fanzini Productions, the festival has blossomed to become the western lighthouse for contemporary circus in Europe today. Taking over the town of Tralee in various venues indoors & out, the festival will bring some of the world’s greatest contemporary circus artists to Tralee as well as offering workshops for all ages & levels, talks, parades, independent circus film screenings & parties where you can dance the winter nights away. Highlights include; • The Irish premiere of Fauna by Fauna Circus in Siamsa Tíre Theatre on Friday November 15th. Having received 5 star reviews around the world and won The Total Theatre & Jacksons Lane Friday 8th November 2019

award for Best Circus at Edinburgh Fringe, Fauna is set to a live soundtrack by award winning musician Geordie Little. Suitable for all ages, highly recommended for everyone. Circus Siamsa, a specially curated, totally unique gala show on Saturday November 16th. Bringing together Irish & international contemporary circus performers for two awe inspiring shows in Siamsa Tíre Theatre. Audacious & incredible feats of circus skill blend with theatrical tenderness, the beauty of dance & face melting comedy for this all ages show. Including stars of Irish circus performance as well as artists from Spain, Belgium, the UK, Germany, Argentina, Catalonia, Italy, Sweden and Cork, Circus Siamsa will be hosted by the infamous Britain’s Got Talent Finalists & World Street Performance

Champions, Ireland’s favourite brothers, Lords of Strut. Workshops in any circus discipline from absolute beginners to masterclass levels. A chance to try your hand at juggling, acrobatics, trapeze & more with some of the greatest teachers available today. Inspire your little ones with our specialised introduction to circus workshops for children. The very special double bill of contemporary circus companies Cikada & Tea Time, presented in the beautiful St Johns Church of Ireland, Ashe Street, Tralee on Saturday 16thNov. Independent film screening of The Pitts Family Circus, by Irish circus star & film maker Ken Fanning of Tumble Circus on Thursday 14thNov. The festival finale parade, Sunday 17th will light up Tralee with

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skill & joy, then enjoy the incredible skill & comedy of BubbleCirkusShow for free in the town square afterwards. For more more information, full programme & tickets see www.circusfestival.ie For interviews or questions contact festival director Con Horgan on info@circusfestival. ie or call 0879978146 TRALEE ADVERTISER


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FREE public talk on 'Climate Change & Bees' at the Wetlands during Science week Science Week 2019 will focus on climate action, seeking to help people understand climate change, how science and technology can help us create a positive climate future and the impact we as individuals can have on climate change. While one person may feel unable to make a difference on their own, a collective effort to offset our carbon emissions will have a positive impact. Science week will commence at Tralee Bay Wetlands Centre, Eco & Activity Park, Sunday 10th November with a ‘Free’ public talk on ‘Climate Change & Bees’ This event is suitable for all ages, children & adults and attendees will learn more about the issues climate change present, how we as individuals are affecting our climate and what Ireland as a country is hoping to do and achieve to try reduce these effects. This event will also

look closely on the effects climate change is having on our native bee population and biodiversity. This event will be jointly presented by Alan Balfe, centre wildlife officer & educational coordinator & Ger Scollard, Irish Wildlife Trust, Kerry Branch. This event will be hosted at Tralee Bay Wetlands centre exhibition room, and will commence at 2pm. If you miss Sundays event, worry not. The centre will also host a second free public event entitled ‘Waste & Wildlife’ at 4pm on Tuesday 12th November. This event will look at and discuss how an increase of waste is adversely affecting our native biodiversity. This event will look at what can we do as individuals to protect our biodiversity, and also take a look at ways other countries are dealing with this issue. Again this event will be jointly presented by Alan

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Balfe, centre wildlife officer & educational co-ordinator & Ger Scollard, Irish Wildlife Trust, Kerry Branch. Are you a School or Group Organiser? Throughout Science Week Tralee Bay Wetlands Centre & Activity Park, are offering a discount

of 50c per pupil on all Autumn educational packages & programmes from the 10th – 17th November inclusively. For more information on programmes and or activities visit our website www. traleebaywetlands.org or call reception 066 7126700.

Tralee Rowing club is having a quiz night! "Tralee Rowing Club will be having its annual Table Quiz Night on Friday 15th of November, at The Ashe Hotel in Tralee, from 7:30 pm. This is a great opportunity to test your general knowledge about pretty much everything and try to win one of the great prizes of the night.

This is a family-friendly quiz night and a very important fundraising event that helps keep Tralee Rowing Club on the water. There's no need to book, just turn up with your friends, family or join others on the night. Only €40 per team of 4 people".

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Warriors rise to the top as rivals falter Garvey’s Tralee Warriors are top of the Super League table

Physio Advice

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6 Things you should know about Laser Therapy You don't really feel much when you are having Low Level Laser treatment. It's a form of healing light and does many great things for our bodies in need. It emits not heat, sound, or vibration. It's also called photobiology or biostimulation. It's very effective and very safe. LASER treatment began in 1967 and evolved through to 1987. By 2016 it's use is known for wound healing and in my Clinic it's now an integral part of my physiotherapy. Laser therapy can be used as a stand-alone treatment, or with rehabilitative exercise therapy.

after another impressive display saw them overcome Moycullen of Galway by 89-53 at the Tralee Sports Complex on Saturday night. In combination with their win and a series of favourable results elsewhere the Warriors now lead the competition by virtue of superior points difference over DSB Éanna albeit that the Dublin side have a game in hand. The win made it five on the spin for the Warriors and was all the more notable given that Paul Dick played no part in victory. With all the other top teams dropping points it allowed the reigning champions take their place at the top of the Super League table ahead of three away fixtures in a row. Next up for the Warriors is a return trip to the Killorglin Sports Complex next Saturday night to take on their local rivals Keane’s Supervalu Killorglin for the second time in two weeks. Following the Warriors win in the first round of the Cup and with both teams unbeaten since it promises to be a highly charged and highly competitive affair. Tip of next Saturday night is 7.15 pm ( Alan Cantwell , Photos Liam Ryan ).

1. Pain Relieve: Laser decreases nerve sensitivity and also has a pain-blocking effect on certain nerve fibers. 2. Anti-inflammatory/Healing: Laser increases ATP, which is stored Cell energy. This increased energy accelerates the repair processes of the cell. 3. Accelerated Tissue Repair and Cell Growth: As a result of exposure to laser light, the cells of tendons, ligaments, nerves and muscles repair faster. 4. Improved Vascular Activity: It increases the formation of new capillaries in damaged tissue, which speeds up the healing process, and closes wounds quickly 5. Faster Wound Healing: Laser light stimulates the building blocks of collagen, which is important in the wound healing of damaged tissues. As a result, the laser is effective on open wounds and burns 6. Reduce Scar Tissue: Laser therapy reduces the formation of scar tissue following tissue damage from repetitive motion injuries, cuts, scratches, burns or surgery. Lasers are also very effective for inflammatory conditions, including peripheral neuropathy, tendonitis, bursitis, and capsulitis. Strains, sprains and repetitive motion injuries all have an inflammatory component and can be successfully treated with laser.

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The Castle Bar Thursday night Card Club who presented a cheque of €300 to the Kerry Hospice Foundation Palliative Care Unit UHK accepting the cheque Joe Hennebry (Chairman KHFPCU UHK) on Thursday night in The Castle Bar Rock Street,Tralee .Photo Joe Hanley

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HELLO BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE! I hope you’re having an amazing week.

This week, I have news… I’m hosting the very first ‘Master Your Makeup Bag’ class in Tralee.

Do you feel like you need to refresh your makeup skills? Want to be able to use the products in your makeup bag to their full potential? Master Your Makeup Bag is the makeup class for you! It will take place on Wednesday, 20th November from 7pm - 9.30pm in Benners Hotel Tralee. There will be Prosecco on arrival and it will be a lovely chilled informative evening. This time of year there are so many events and parties on that we want to look our best for. Master Your Makeup bag will give you the skills, tips and confidence to apply your makeup with what you already have! The class will go through everything from skin prep, how to apply products, product knowledge and tips and tricks to help ageing skin. During the class there will also be an open floor q&a in which all questions with regards to anything makeup related will be answered. Attendees will also receive a PDF file with product recommendations and extra tips! Tickets are on sale now on rebeccashortt.squarespace.com and are €30. Tickets are limited as I want to keep the class relatively small. Tickets will not be available on the night. I’m very excited to bring this class to Tralee, I think something like this is much needed so that everyone can feel comfortable doing their own makeup with what they already have.

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Treat her to a beautiful family ring or necklace this year... Choose the number of birthstones and the months that represent your family. Then choose her favourite gold: 9ct yellow gold, 9ct rose gold or 10ct white gold. We will then have the ring or necklace handmade in Ireland for you. Imagine her delight on Christmas morning when she unwraps this most thoughtful and personal gift.

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HELLO EVERYONE! I hope you’re all having a great week.

Last week I talked all about weight training - which I am currently loving. This week, I’m going back to basics. MOTIVATION. We hear this word a lot, motivation. Phrases like, “I wish I had their motivation”, “I’ve no motivation”, “They have so much motivation”, can be thrown around a lot. But actually, it’s not motivation, it’s priorities, it can be your mental / physical health, an underlying problem, medication and other factors that cause you to be ‘unmotivated’. Let’s look at priorities. Someone who exercises frequently may do so because it’s at the top of their priorities. They might want to lose weight, gain muscle, improve their mental state, etc. There are many reasons why someone’s exercise might be a top priority in life. You have to sit down an evaluate what you want and why you want it. When you do that you will realise where exercising lies on your priority list.

some people. But if you remember why you want to do it and what you want to achieve from it, it becomes that much easier, TRUST ME. So the next time you think to yourself, ‘I would love to do but I have no motivation’, take a step back and think. Do I really want it? And if that answer is yes, that will be your motivation.

An underlying health problem might cause you not to be “motivated”, lacking iron can make you feel tired, an underactive thyrioid may do the same. If you are feeling extra drained or tired maybe get a blood test to check out that everything’s ok with you. For me personally, i found that being on the contraceptive pill made me a less motivated version of myself. Honestly. I came off the pill about two months ago and since then my consistency levels in the gym have shot up! I’m not saying the pill affects everyone the same way, but for me personally I feel like it did not agree with me at all. And I’d rather not have extra hormones in my body. Everybody makes choices, what to wear, eat, do and believe. I make the choice to put myself first, and for me putting myself first involves making sure I am active. I know I feel better when I am consistenly active, so I make that a priority in my life. It’s all about self awareness and knowing what you value and prioritise in your life. Obviously getting started in an exercise routine is harder for

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PROBABLY THE MOST VERSATILE CLASS TO GET YOU IN SHAPE FOR CHRISTMAS!

OUR BODY HIIT CLASSES (HIGH INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING)

Classes every Tuesday 6.45-7.30pm and Friday 7.00-745pm Members PAYG Non-members PAYG

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WINTER WARMER Hot Stone Back Massage ELEMIS Taster Facial & Indian Head Massage plus 30 minutes in our Relaxation Suite €119 (75 minutes) (Offer is available November, December & January from Monday-Sunday)

please call 066 7199111 or email spa@therosehotel.com The Rose Hotel, Dan Spring Road, Tralee, Co. Kerry, V92 HKA4.

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HEALTHY RECIPES for 2019

Veggies kids love!

Ever wonder what to do with sweet potato? Well here is an easy.one for you to try and the kids will love it. This is an easy way to get veggies in to them , so ticks all the boxes as they taste delicious!

ROASTED SWEET POTATOES WITH SPECK AND CHIMICHURRI Serves 4

INGREDIENTS

• • • • • • • • • •

4 small sweet potatoes, unpeeled, cut lengthwise into wedges 2 tablespoons plus 1/4 cup olive oil Sea salt, freshly ground pepper 1/2 cup fresh coriander leaves with tender stems 1/2 cup fresh flat-leaf parsley leaves 1/4 cup fresh oregano leaves 1 tablespoon fresh thyme leaves 2 garlic cloves 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar 2 ounces thinly sliced Speck or prosciutto, torn

METHOD Heat oven to 180c Toss sweet potatoes and 2 tablespoons oil on a large rimmed baking sheet; season with salt and pepper. Roast, turning once, until tender, 25-30 minutes. Meanwhile, pulse coriander, parsley, oregano, thyme, and garlic in a food processor until finely chopped. With motor running, slowly add vinegar and remaining 1/4 cup oil and process until combined; season with salt and pepper. Spoon chimichurri onto a serving platter and top with sweet potatoes and Speck

WAGYU STEAKS THIS WEEKEND

13th November 100 day Aged Steak | 21st 22nd November Wild Game Menu | 1st December Whiskey Masterclass

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Suffer from COPD, Asthma, Bronchitis or Sinusitis? Salt Therapy may be the answer

The Ideal Christmas Gift Salin® Plus Air Purifier helps you breathe more easily, so you get a great night’s sleep

Available from O’Donoghues Pharmacy As winter looms bringing with it cold and inclement weather conditions, those who are prone to respiratory issues like chest infections, asthma attacks and bronchitis will be trying to ensure they have an infection free winter. Salin® Plus Air Purifier salt therapy may be the answer. Salin® Plus has been available for use in the home for over six years and many people have used it successfully to help manage their respiratory problems including Asthma, COPD, Bronchitis, Cystic Fibrosis, Sinusitis, Rhinitis (Hay Fever), Allergies, Snoring and Sleep Apnoea.

What is the Salin® Plus Air Purifier? It is a small device about the size of a kettle that you plug in each night and leave on while you sleep. The following morning you wake up feeling refreshed after having a great night’s sleep.

How Salt Therapy works The benefits of Salt Therapy can be attributed to its antiinflammatory effects. Salin® Plus Air Purifier uses Microcrystalline salts that are fanned through the air to relieve breathing difficulties. Once inhaled, the microparticles of salt penetrate deep into the lungs which can help unblock and remove any buildup of mucus and foreign allergens.

Can also help Allergies By using the Salin® Plus Air Purifier in the bedroom each night it eliminates foreign allergens such as pollen and dust particles.

Important to replace the Salin® Plus Air Purifier Filter regularly

For best results it is recommend that you should change the filter of the Salin® Plus Air Purifier every 4-6 months or it will not work as intended, that is to clear the airways and release phlegm, resulting in the patient being able to breathe more easily and having a great night’s sleep. Keep a note of the date you change the filter.

A great complement to medication The O'Donoghues pharmacy team recommend that you should never go off your medication without speaking to your pharmacist or doctor. However they consider the Salin® Plus Air Purifier to be a great complement to medication.

O’Donoghues Pharmacy, 64 Boherbee, Tralee, Co Kerry. 066-7121215

How Salin® Plus Air Purifier has helped these users Colds, Coughs and Bronchitis

Siobhan, mother of triplets said “We purchased the Salin® Plus Air Purifier in September 2017 for our then 3yr old triplets who were born prematurely at 31 weeks. They very frequently suffered with Colds, Coughs, Chest Infections, Bronchitis and we had hospital stays with Influenza and Pneumonia. The winter months were the most difficult. Steroids, Antibiotics and Inhalers would be prescribed to all three to deal with these symptoms. After installing the Salin® Plus Air Purifier in their bedroom, I very quickly noticed the excellent quality of the air. The girls would sleep very well and often undisturbed especially if they had a cough or chest infection. Now age 5, the girls are doing great. I wish we had known about Salin® Plus Air Purifier soon after they were born. I wouldn't be without it.”

COPD

Edna (pictured), uses Salin® Plus Air Purifier salt therapy to help her COPD Symptoms. Edna explained that within three hours of starting to use the Salin® Plus she noticed an improvement in her breathing and she is amazed at her condition since then. She said she relies on it to help maintain a good quality of life in relation to her ease of breathing. She also said that she can manage a few minutes on her treadmill if she has the Salin® Plus Air Purifier on in the room beside her. Enda said that she could not recommend Salin® Plus natural salt therapy highly enough.

Asthma Relief

Ella from Dublin has suffered from Asthma since she was an infant and was on regular medication, i.e. inhalers and antibiotics, because of constant chest infections until Asthma was diagnosed. Her parents got a gift of the Salin® Plus Air Purifier and after 2-3 weeks using Salin® Plus Ella’s parents noticed that her night time cough had stopped and that she was having fewer issues with her asthma. They highly recommend this natural salt therapy to parents of children with Asthma.

Chest Infections and Asthma

Deborah said, “I bought the Salin® Plus Air Purifier as my daughter suffered badly with breathing problems due to Chest Infections and Asthma. She was on a lot of medication. I have to say that since getting this machine she sleeps better, breathes better, as do I and everyone else in the house. I would highly recommend the Salin® Plus Air Purifier for nasal or chest problems.”

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LIVE MUSIC

Friday

On The House

Fri...................................... 2 Toned Sat.......................... On The House

Saturday

Sun....................... Clint Fitzgerald

2 Toned

Wed ...................... Barry Mcgrath

MIDWEEK SPECIAL

SUNDAY

Pizza and Pint ONLY €10

Live Music

Thu ........................... Ross Brassil TRY OUR NEW BAR FOOD MENU!

Thursday

ALL LIVE ON BIG SCREEN

Paulie O’Brien Bar & Restaurant | The Square, Tralee

Noel & Ross This Saturday in Paddy M ac's

Paddy Mac’s Pub

JACK MAC'S

Tralee Town Centre

Traditional Irish Pub Ashe St , Tralee

FRIDAY JOHN BUGGY

A Great Place to Meet!!!

SATURDAY NOEL & ROSS SUNDAY JOHN HURLEY

Connect Awards Finalist “Best Newcomer”

Entertainment every weekend WATCH PREMIER LEAGUE LIVE IN PADDYS!

COFFEE BAR AND LOUNGE

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When you drive past ROAD WORKERS, drive like they’re your family. Because they are all someone’s family.

SEE THE CONES

Obey the Zones Kerry County Council staff are working to improve our roads, repair damage and make the roads safer for all of us.

Please respect them. We know you want to get home – so do our workers. WHEN PASSING ROADWORKS: • Adhere to the speed limit on display • Follow the temporary signage in place • Keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front • NEVER break a red light or ignore a stop sign

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“SNAPPED ON SOCIAL MEDIA” We pick out some great photos posted on social media each week ...if you have any good ones please send them in... email traleeadvertiser@gmail.com or message us on our Facebook page... Enjoy !

Great turnout at this weeks Chamber and AIB Event " the future of retail " in the Ashe Hotel

Gay Byrne ..the man who pulled Ireland into the 21st Century! Rest in Peace

What to do on aWhyFriday night! a good fashion show of course!

Download the new 'Tralee App ' yet? Just scan the barcode where you see these !

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A date for the Guys Diary at the Rose Hotel!

When Joe met Gay! Great photo here of Tralees famous

snapper , Joe Hanley meeting up with Gay Byrne during the Rose of Tralee

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NORTH KERRY FUELS MOUNTHAWK, TRALEE

located in Mart yard beside NCT Centre

STOCK UP ON YOUR FUEL IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS! OPEN MONDAY TO SATURDAY 9AM TO 6PM

THUNDER THURSDAYS SPECIAL OFFER 2 X 40KG BAGS

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WEEKLY DEALS 40 KG BAG OF COAL , BAG OF LOGS, FIRELIGHTERS, BAG OF KINDLING

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Bar & Restaurant | The Square, Tralee

serving great food by day & every evening

FOR FABULOUS

BRUNCH, LUNCH & DINNER at The Ashe Hotel in the heart of Tralee The Ashe Hotel, Maine St, Tralee,V92 W56F Tel 066 7106300 www.theashehotel.ie

Surround yourself with the John pips Jamie and wonder of words at a series of wins Tralee Snooker literary evenings at The Rose Club Final John Friel of Killarney took the crown during the week as he beats local lad Jamie Moriarty in a snooker Hotel this November tournament at Tralee Snooker Club , Also in photo is Embrace your inner story-teller and revel in the wonder of words this November as The Rose Hotel presents a series of literary evenings with special guests. This charming hotel in the heart of Tralee will host four evenings designed to inspire, educate and celebrate language throughout November - bringing some literary light into the dark wintery days. Starting on Wednesday 6th November Ireland’s foremost spoken word artist, Stephen James Smith will take part in an evening of poetry followed by best-selling author Róisín Meaney on Wednesday 13th November. Wednesday 20thNovember sees award-winning writer Donal Ryan discuss his work while guests can enjoy an evening from writer, poet and broadcaster Michael Murphy who will be in conversation with former fellow broadcaster Ciana Campbell on Wednesday 27th November. Taking place each Wednesday from the 6th November from 8pm – 9.30pm in the Kerry Suite of The Rose Hotel, admission is free with no reservation required, meaning there is no excuse not to enjoy a gorgeous evening of literature at The Rose Hotel this November. Why not make a night of it and enjoy an overnight stay from €75 pps including dinner and breakfast. For more information, call +353 (0)66 7199100 or email info@therosehotel.com

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Michael Parker of Parkers Bar, who sponsored new soccer jersey's for the Kilflynn City Soccer team and presenting the jersey's to Sean Weir (secretary) and players in the Bar.on Sunday evening Photo Joe Hanley Friday 8th November 2019

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IT’S ONLY A JOKE A COP PULLED A CAR OVER FOR SPEEDING

When the Cop asked the driver why he was traveling 95mph, the driver answered that he was a juggler on his way to do a show for a birthday party and didn’t want to be late. The Cop told the driver he was fascinated by juggling, and if the driver would do a little juggling for him that he wouldn’t give him a ticket. The driver told the Cop that he had sent all of his equipment on ahead and didn’t have anything to juggle. The Cop told him that he had some flares in the trunk of his patrol car, and asked if he could juggle them. The juggler stated that he could, so the Cop got three flares, lit them and handed them to the juggler. While the man was doing his juggling act, a car pulled in behind the patrol car. A drunk got out, watched the performance briefly, went over to the patrol car, opened the rear door and got in. The Cop observed him doing this, and went over to the patrol car, opened the door and asked the drunk what he thought he was doing. The drunk replied, “You might as well haul my butt to jail, cause there’s NO way I’ll pass that test.”

FIFTY DOLLARS

Morris and his wife Esther went to the state fair every year, and every year Morris would say, “Esther, I’d like to ride in that helicopter”. Esther always replied, “I know Morris, but that helicopter ride is 50 dollars -- and 50 dollars is 50 dollars”. One year Esther and Morris went to the fair, and Morris said, “Esther, I’m 85 years old. If I don’t ride that helicopter, I might never get another chance.” Esther replied, “Morris that helicopter is 50 dollars -- and 50 dollars is 50 dollars”. The pilot overheard the couple and said, “Folks I’ll make you a deal. I’ll take the both of you for a ride. If you can stay quiet for the entire ride and not say a word I won’t charge you! But if you say one word, it’s 50 dollars.” Morris and Esther agreed and up they went. The pilot

did all kinds of fancy maneuvers, but not a word was heard. He did his daredevil tricks over and over again, but still not a word. When they landed, the pilot turned to Morris and said, “By golly, I did everything I could to get you to yell out, but you didn’t. I’m impressed!” Morris replied, “Well, to tell you the truth, I almost said something when Esther fell out, but you know -- 50 dollars is 50 dollars.”

A PILOT IS MAKING AN ANNOUNCEMENT TO HIS PASSENGERS We got some good news, and some bad news. The good news is you guys will be on TV tonight!”

MY WIFE SAYS SHE’S FED UP AND IS PLANNING ON LEAVING ME THIS WEEKEND. Despite begging and pleading with her, she’s adamant she won’t move out before then.

A MAN COMES HOME AND CALLS OUT TO HIS WIFE, “HONEY, PACK YOUR THINGS. I’VE JUST WON THE LOTTERY!” EXCITED, SHE RESPONDS “SHOULD I PACK FOR WARM WEATHER OR COLD?” “I don’t care - just get the heck out!”

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T RQU ING CARS ! business noticed in Tralee’s favourite Friday read Get your 44 O PREMIUM ADVERTISING TOYOTA TO BATTLE FOR BUYERS AS IT ABSORBS €1,500 'HIT' ON HYBRIDS

The country's biggest seller of hybrids is to absorb the loss of a €1,500 tax rebate on most of its petrol-electric models. New emissions parameters following the Budget mean large numbers of hybrids are excluded from the tax benefit in what is a price-sensitive arena. That immediately raised the prospect of buyers having to pay more for their new hybrid. Toyota is by far the biggest seller of hybrids, with more buyers set to be affected by the Government's decision. But it is understood Toyota Ireland held discussions with European headquarters and it was decided to absorb the loss of the rebate - at least for the time being and for most of its models (some qualify for the €1,500 as they meet Budget emission levels anyway). The new NOx surcharge is also being absorbed: charges would be relatively small as hybrids emit low amounts. While the company declined to comment publicly on the matter, it is understood the decision to absorb the Budget 'hit' has been communicated to dealers. There will be some price increases but, I understand, they will only arise as a result of better specification. An example given to 'Motors' was the Corolla hatchback Luna Sport grade. It goes up by €215 because of the addition of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. To qualify for the €1,500 from January 1, hybrids must emit under 80g of CO2 per kilometre. Indo Motoring

PEUGEOT 508 PLUG-INS HERE IN EARLY 2020

Peugeot's new 508 plug-in hybrid Fastback and SW will go on sale here in December, with the first cars arriving in early 2020. Prices and spec will be announced next month. With emissions (WLTP tests) of 29g/km, Peugeot claims the cars are capable of doing 1.3 litres per 100km. Importantly from a tax perspective, the tests show the Fastback 508 model can cover 54km in pure electric mode. The SW managed 30g/ km and 52km in pure electric mode. Under recent Budget 2020 measures, those figures mean the cars qualify for the new grant thresholds. Plug-in hybrids must now emit under 50g/km CO2 and be able to cover more than 50km in all-electric mode to qualify for the €5,000 SEAI grant and €2,500 VRT relief. The new models mix a 180bhp PureTech petrol engine with a 110bhp electric motor for a combined power of 225bhp. The 11.8kWh battery takes less than one hour and 45 minutes to charge. And Peugeot has managed to keep boot volumes identical to the combustion versions (487 litres and 530 litres). But because of the more powerful nature of the plug-ins there are new driving modes: zero emission, sport, hybrid, and comfort. Indo Motoring

VOLKSWAGEN LINES UP ELECTRIC ID.3 INFO SESSIONS HERE .

Workshops' at a car launch can put you right at the centre of a new vehicle with engineers and designers going to great lengths to explain the inner workings. Some can be enlightening; some can be numbingly boring. I'm looking forward to an enlightening few sessions about the new electric Volkswagen ID.3 mid-month at Weston aerodrome, where the importers will have a model on display. Making it all the more pertinent is the start this week of series production of the ID.3 after the first of the new generation of EVs rolled off the assembly line.The Volkswagen group plans to sell around 22 million EVs by 2028. Its manufacturing plant at Zwickau, Germany, marks the first time such a large plant is being completely converted to e-mobility (€1.2bn to do so).It is expected to make around 100,000 EVs next year, followed by as many as 330,000 after that. Indo Motoring

CADDY LACK WRENCH

I am buying a nearly new VW Caddy Maxi Life for my business, but should I go for a petrol or a diesel engine? ME.....GALWAY HJ SAYS The Caddy now only comes with the 102bhp 2.0 TDI with manual or sixspeed DQ250 wet clutch DSG gearboxes, or the 102bhp 1.0 three-cylinder TSI. The latter is not going to haul seven rugby players and their kit so, despite my reservations about modern diesels, I think you need the TDI.

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INVITATION Friday 8th & Saturday 9th Nov @ Kellihers Toyota

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FAI NATIONAl P.R.O. OF THE YEAR TRALEE’S GARY CREATES HISTORY BUT HE’S NOT THE FIRST: What a weekend of sport it was for the country with Shamrock Rovers finally getting their hands on the Extra.ie FAI Senior Cup, the Irish women’s hockey team qualifying for the Olympics after their shoot-out won over Canada, Rory McIlroy won on the golf course and David O’Brien enjoyed success abroad on the golf course. But there is no doubt from a Kerry and Tralee point of view it was Gary O’Neill’s triumph in the Aviva that was the highlight. He started in midfield for the Hoops in front of over 33,000 Rovers and Dundalk fans. He did everything right and controlled the centre of the field with some lovely deft passes and some important interceptions. Rovers looked like they were on their way to the win they and their fans craved as the scored in the 89th minute when Aaron McEniff scored from the penalty spot. But as their fans were getting ready to celebrate a wonder volley from Michael Duffy levelled matters in the final minutes of added time. Rovers did very well to get their concentration back from this blow and in truth both sides were more afraid of losing than winning it in extra time and so it was onto penalties. The Hoops keeper Alan Manus saved from Daniel Cleary and Duffy struck the crossbar. Jack Byrne, Joey O’Brien and Greg Bolger all scored for Rovers and their huge group of fans behind the goal where the penalties were being taken held their breath as Gary walked forward to take their 4th and possibly winning penalty. In his own words this was how it unfolded. “It is such an unbelievable feeling to have played 120 minutes in the Aviva, score the winning penalty and lift the FAI Cup. I have taken lots of penalties but wasn’t aware that this would be the winning one until I got up to the ball. The referee side that if I score this then it’s over….!! “While there was huge pressure I embraced it and indeed our penalty taker Aaron McEniff said he would take the fourth one if I wanted but I fancied it and thankfully it went in.” Gary made the move from UCD, where he captained them to promotion last season and was the Division 1 player of the Year, to Friday 8th November 2019

Rovers at the start of the year. He obviously has the attributes that manager Stephen Bradley likes and worked hard since the start of the season. Amongst his highlights of the season he played most of their European games and then the big ones – the Cup semi-final and the full final. Gary’s story of going cross channel after the Kennedy Cup, playing there for a number of years before moving home is an important one for any aspiring footballer. His father Tony was speaking to Radio Kerry Sport in the run up to the final and he said that Gary’s education in England was very important and he came back with a standard that was of the level needed to get into any Irish University. While his Extratime.ie FAI Senior Cup winning penalty was a real Roy of the Rovers moment it did not come about by chance. Gary will be the first to credit all the coaches he worked with including his father Tony. But while it was obvious from early on he had the skills he also developed the work ethic that led to him backing himself to score from the spot on the biggest soccer day of his life. And from someone who has known Gary for a long number of years it was a wonderful moment to be in the stadium to witness and to congratulate him just before he shook hands with the President Higgins and collected his winning medal. THE OTHER HISTORY MAKER: While Gary was not the first man born in Tralee to win an FAI Cup medal – we will reveal the only other Kerry man to do it in a minute and well done if you know by now who I am taking about. But he does create history by being the first Kerry man to have played soccer in Kerry and to go on and win the Cup. This is because the other person is Anthony ‘Tony’ O’Connell who was born in Tralee in 1941 but who left with his family as a very young child. Now 77 O’Connell enjoyed a long association with the League of Ireland having made his debut, confidentially, also with Shamrock Rovers from 1959 and won the Cup in 1962. He also enjoyed a spell in Canada with Toronto City before coming back to Dublin for the 64/65 season where he picked up his second Cup winners medal when they defeated Limerick and he scored in the final. He was capped for Ireland against Spain in 1966, one of the two caps he won, played with Dundalk

and then moved to Bohemians in 1969. He scored in their FAI Cup win over Sligo Rovers in 1970 before retiring a year later. He continued his involvement with Bohs being involved in the “Jodi” sponsorship and was also the Manchester City scout in Ireland for a number of years in the 70’s. He was given the title of Honorary Life President of the club in 1999 and was inducted into their Hall of Fame in 2007. DENIS BEHAN: Denis Behan also has an FAI Cup medal and has strong Kerry connections as both his parents are from the county. But he grew up in Abbeyfeale and didn’t play in the Gary O’Neill with the President and the President county. of the FAI Donal Conway lead the competition by virtue of BACK TO GARY: The celebrations superior points difference over DSB by Shamrock Rovers will go on Éanna albeit that the Dublin side long into the winter and hopefully have a game in hand. it will not be long before we see After a very good first quarter Gary back in Kerry with his medal. the Warriors led by 10 points I am sure he will bring the Cup 23-13 and they continued this down at some stage and I am good play into the second quarter starting the call to have him given a and did lead by 18 at one stage. Civic Reception by the KCC at the The visitors fought back but late appropriate time. baskets from Jokubaitis and Lawton With Kerry now having four teams combined to give the Warriors a in the Underage League of Ireland and with the prospect of a Division 1 club now a possibility over the next year or two hopefully many more League of Ireland medals will come to Kerry. 17’S UNLUCKY TO LOSE OUT IN FINAL GAME OF MEMORABLE SEASON: Staying with soccer and the Kerry 17’s were unlucky to lose out to Sligo Rovers in their final game of a season that saw them reach two National deciders. They lost out 2-1 before another big crowd In Mounthawk Park, which again showed that the appetite for top quality soccer is there. Kerry went 2-0 down before a Cian Brosnan corner was bundled to the net off a defender. Nathan Gleeson and the crowd were ready to cheer an equaliser but an amazing clearance by Irish international Darragh Reilly, where he injured himself in the process, kept Rovers ahead and they held on for the win. Billy Dennehy and James Sugrue, the players and back room staff and all at the KDL deserve great praise for the season. It was another step in the growth of Kerry soccer along with the 15’s playing at the highest level of their League. The future of the Beautiful Game is certainly bright in Kerry. WARRIORS RISE TO THE TOP AS RIVALS FALTER: Garvey’s Tralee Warriors are top of the Super League table after another impressive display saw them overcome Moycullen of Galway by 89-53 at the Tralee Sports Complex on Saturday night. In combination with their win and a series of favourable results elsewhere the Warriors now

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44-27 point lead. While the third quarter was close the Galway side were unable to make any in roads into the lead and the Tralee side were well ahead after three quarter leading 61-42. They pushed on and wrapped up another good win to leave them top of the table. For the Warriors Jonathan Lawton had 20, Eoin Quigley 16 and Daniel Jokubaitis ended with 13. Garvey’s PRO Alan Cantwell said that this was a very good win for the Warriors. “The win made it five on the spin for the Warriors and was all the more notable given that Paul Dick played no part in victory. With all the other top teams dropping points it allowed the reigning champions take their place at the top of the Super League table ahead of three away fixtures in a row. “Next up for the Warriors is a

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On Friday night at the Kingdom Greyhound Stadium there is a 10 race programme with the semifinals of the Kingdom Stadium A2 confined 525 yards. On Saturday night there is an all sponsored benefit night for the Listry GAA club with a 12 race program and lots of attractions for all the family. Also on the night are the first rounds of an ON3 525 yards. There will also racing on Sunday when the first of 8 races is off at 6.35pm. WILL THE COUNTY FINAL BE SCREENED LIVE? While the Kerry County Board has refused to give permission to TG 4 to cover the Garvey’s Senior County Football Championship final I wonder will either of the clubs screen it live? It is unfortunate for those who cannot attend the game whether they are elderly, in hospital or homes or indeed for the many East Kerry and Dr Crokes people around the country that the game is not on TV even if it was deferred coverage. But obviously the County Board will be looking to get as many as possible at the game as it’s the biggest club game of the year and of course the gate receipts are important. If it is screened live that will help some to see it but not all. From the on field perspective it really is wrong on Austin Stacks that the still don’t know if they are

in or out with just a week to go to the opening round of the Munster Championship. They have been working away in the back ground and will now have to wait till at least Sunday afternoon to know which Black and Amber go through. But it really is the clubs must grab this issue and push for the last club team standing in the County Championship that goes on to represent Kerry in Munster. Yes this would mean doing away with the Club Championship but it certainly would be a fairer way than to have players in limbo until a week before the Munster Championship starts. PARNELL’S NEWS: This Friday November 8th is the big Awards Party night in the Gealscoil Hall with an entry fee of e5 up to a maximum of e25 for a family. The event and disco with Big Jim will run from 6 to 10pm with the Awards starting with the u6’s at 6.20pm up to the u16’s and minor boys and girls at 8.40. The club will be launching their National Club Draw with each family asked to sell tickets. The club thanks all its sponsors including the Nadur Spa@Ballygarry House Hotel. Our winter Strength & Conditioning Programme run by Diarmuid Brennan welcomes all club members to the nights in The Green. Booking can be made on 087 0956743. Members are asked to please note that the AGM will take place on Friday November 15th at 7.30pm in the KOR clubhouse. The club is starting a five a side winter hurling league on Friday evenings on the CBS The Green astro open to anyone over 17 with non-members welc ome. Please note that the adult social takes place on December 7th with the bus leaving Tralee at 7.30pm and returning at 1pm and full details are available from the club officers. CAMOGIE NEWS: There was more good news for camogie in the county with Ballyduff now having its own club for all ages. Pre-registration will be held for all children on November 23rd at 11am at the Ballyduff GAA grounds. There was a great turn-out for the Kerry School’s Junior Camogie Blitz with players enjoying the opportunity to represent their clubs. COLLEGES NEWS: The colleges season is in full swing and in the Corn Ui Mhuiri The Green CBS will take on Cork’s Colaiste Chriost Ri this Wednesday the 13th. A win for the Tralee side should see them through to the Munster Colleges Championship knock-out stages. ISK will take on St Brendan’s the same day. Mercy Mounthawk will take on ISK in the semi-final of the O’Sullivan Cup but as they were defeated in the opening round they must defeat Bandon High on the 13’s. The big game of the weekend is probably the Colm Taft Final when The Green take on The Sem in the curtain raisers to the County Final. This is a huge occasion for the u15

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