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 MIRIAM MC GILLICUDDY ANSWERS YOUR LEGAL QUERIES

Johnny is approaching 65 years and his contract of employment provides for retirement at 65 years but he won’t get the state pension until he is 66 years. Has he any options? If an employer wants to set a retirement age in a contract he /she employer, is lawfully entitled to set individual retirement ages in the contract of employment. An employer is permitted to retire an employee on reaching a set retirement age if this age is clearly outlined in the contract of employment and can be objectively justified. An employer might have the retirement age at 66 years to match the state pension scheme or an age which will tie in with the company pension scheme. The Equality (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2015 provides that an employer must objectively justify the mandatory retirement age. The retirement age you set needs “to achieve a legitimate aimâ€? and the means of achieving the aim should be both appropriate and necessary. Some examples of objectively justified reasons: • To create opportunities in the labour market • Health and safety concerns for the public and employees • Encouraging recruitment and promotion of younger people • Motivation through the increased prospect of promotion • Preserving the dignity of older workers • Intergenerational fairness Employers might set an earlier retirement age where they can justify it e.g. in the case of Saunders-v-CHC Ireland Ltd 2011 where an employee was forced to retire at 55 years but it was a safety critical job -a winch man- which was also physically demanding. The employer put forwrad the justification for the retirement age as follows: 1. The protection of the health and safety of both the winchmen and the civilians requiring rescue; 2. The proper operational functioning of the employer’s search and rescue service. 3. The Equality officer hearing the case felt that these were legitimate aims and in view of research on persons physical strengh that 55 years could be justified. Law quip: Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.

If you have any queries on this topic or any other then please contact Miriam McGillycuddy Solicitors, Derryana, Ballyard, Tralee, Co. Kerry Phone: 0667181596 or mobile 0872604753 or email at miriam.mcgillycuddy@gmail.com

Medical Matters HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE (HYPERTENSION) Dr Kevin Ryle Blood pressure is the force on our artery walls as the heart pumps blood around the body. High blood pressure (Hypertension) is when this force on the blood vessel wall is consistently too high and the heart has to work harder to get blood around the body. It is estimated that approximately 60% of people over 45 years in Ireland have hypertension. Worryingly, about 38% of adults over 45 years don't know they have high blood pressure mainly because the condition usually causes no symptoms. A blood pressure reading consists of 2 numbers. A systolic pressure (top number) which is the pressure in the artery when the heart beats to pump blood, and a diastolic pressure (bottom number) which is the pressure in the artery when the heart relaxes between beats. Normal blood pressure is 120/80 mmHg and hypertension is diagnosed when the pressure is consistently above 140/90. High blood pressure is a risk factor for stroke and heart disease (including heart attacks). It can also lead to other problems such as kidney failure and eye damage with loss of vision.

To reduce your risk of developing hypertension you should try to be a healthy weight, eat a diet low in processed, salty food and high in fresh fruit and vegetables, exercise regularly (aim for 30 minutes at least 5 days a week), don't smoke, limit your alcohol intake, get adequate sleep and manage your stress. If your G.P. is concerned about your blood pressure readings he/she may suggest that you have a 24 hour blood pressure assessment. This is where your blood pressure is monitored over 24 hours (usually every 30 minutes during the day and every hour at night) as you move around and live your normal life. If you are diagnosed with hypertension the ďŹ rst thing you should do is address the lifestyle issues described above. Sometimes medication is also required to lower your blood pressure. You won't know you have high blood pressure if you don't get tested! See your G.P. or practice nurse for a blood pressure check and to discuss any risk factors that you may have.

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WHAT’S HAPPENING IN TRALEE Photos by John Cleary

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ABOVE: The residents of Derrymore East and West attend the annual community Mass celebrated by Fr. Francis Nolan, at The Killeen on Thursday evening, their church choir, music and location , a beautiful occasion for the Mass. ABOVE: Couples celebrating significant anniversaries of Marriage in ‘Our Lady and St. Brendan’s Church,’ Tralee, on Saturday evening. Pictured with Fr. Padraig Walsh PP, Gerard and Catherine O’Mahony, 20th, Denis and Sharon Cahill, 25th, Fearghal and Ann Grimes 25th, John Casey and Monica Griffin Casey, 30th, Larry and Breda Byrne, 30th, Brendan and Julia Fealy, 30th, John O’Connor, and Jacky McCull, 30th, John and Angela O’Donnell, 30th, Martin and Marie Williams, 30th, Tim and Joan Hallissey 40th, Vincent and Eilish Hayes, 40th, Micheal and Ann Moran 50th and Michaela and Dolores Bourke. 59 th.

ABOVE: Tralee Rugby Club members take part in Strictle Come Dancing’ at Ballyroe Heights Hotel on Friday night, left front Dr. George Philip, Mark Moloney and Declan Smith, back left David Fitzgerald, Simon Coffey, Miaheal Maher, Gavin Lyons, Eoin Sayers, Pa O’Regan, Simon Behan, and Joe Quilter.

ABOVE: Attending the Tralee Rugby Club ‘Strictle Come Dancing’ at Ballyroe Heights Hotel on Friday night, left Siofra O’Carroll, Niamh O’Carroll, and Morna Dixon, Tralee.

ABOVE: Amy Kelly, Fenit and Simon Behan, Tralee, winners by the Judges vote at Tralee Rugby Club ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ competition at Ballyroe Heights Hotel on Friday night.

ABOVE: Go Daddy Go, supporting Simon and Gina in Strictle Come Dancing by Tralee Rugby Club at Ballyroe Heights Hotel on Friday night, left Ciara Coakley, Caragh, Helen and Killian Coffey, Tralee, and Eabha Coffey, Tralee.

ABOVE: Tralee Rugby Club. ‘Strictly Come Dancing Team 2018.’ pictured before the show at Ballyroe Heights Hotel on Friday night. Included in group Aoife O’Carroll, Amy Kelly, Imalda Roche, Marguerite Crowley, Sharon Hayes, Grace O’Donnell, Maura Collins, Nuala Collins, Andrea O’Donoghue, Maura Collins, Riona Kennedy, Gina Durran, Coach Jackie O’Mahony, and Organiser Ruth Murphy, at back Mark Moloney, Declan Smith, Dave ABOVE: Johnny Kelly, Lohercannon, Tralee, celebrated his birthday with his wife Nora Kelly, and daughter Liz Kelly- Regan, and son George Kelly, home Fitzgerald, Simon Coffey, Micheal from Boston from the occasion with dinner at the Station House restaurant and Maher, Dr. George Philip, Gavin Lyons, Quanes Lounge bar Blennerville on Sunday night, extended family and friends Eoin Sayers, Pa O’Regan, Simon Behan and Joe Quilter enjoyed the party.

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ABOVE: Andrea O’Donoghue, Blennerville, and Declan Smith, Tralee,won the public vote for the best dancers in The Tralee Rugby Club ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ competition at Ballyroe Heights Hotel on Friday night.

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LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAMMES 2018-19 This September the Institute of Technology Tralee is offering a wide range of programmes through its Lifelong Learning Department, including a number of fully funded courses under Springboard+. The Springboard+ initiative offers free, part-time courses leading to qualifications that are in demand among employers. Eligibility criteria for Springboard+ has been expanded to include homemakers and those in employment who wish to upskill or reskill to meet specific emerging skills needs in the ICT and Biopharma/Med Tech sectors. This year, for the first time, Springboard+ courses will be extended so that all courses will now be open to people irrespective of their employment status. Additionally: • Level 6 courses will remain free to all participants; • Returners and those in receipt of certain allowances, including Jobseekers Benefit, will continue to be able to access courses free of charge; • For employed participants on courses NFQ level 7 – 9, 90% of the course fee will be funded by the Government, with participants required to contribute just 10% of the fee.

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WHAT’S HAPPENING IN TRALEE... €500 Win for Scoil Treasa Naofa, Kilflynn in Lee Strand Cash 4 Schools

Lee Strand visited Scoil Treasa Naofa, Kilflynn in Tralee to present a cheque of €500 in the Cash 4 Schools Draw. Speaking at the presentation Ide Brosnan, Principal stated “We want to say a huge thanks to Lee Strand. We are absolutely delighted to have received this cheque for €500. The pupils were really excited to meet Mighty Mikey Milk. Staff, parents, pupils, friends of the school and the community of Kilflynn, have all worked together to ensure that as many tokens as possible were collected.

A special thanks to Rose Browne, who dropped in our tokens to Lee Strand. The money will be used to replenish Aistear resources in the junior classes.” John O’Sullivan, General Manager, Lee Strand said “Lee Strand presented a total of €2,000 this year to schools in Kerry providing much valued financial support for schools. We would like to congratulate our final winner for this year Scoil Treasa Naofa in Kilflynn. Lee Strand Cash 4 Schools will be back again next term so keep collecting Mighty Mikey Milk tokens over the summer.”

To enter simply collect 10 Mighty Mikey Milk mascots printed on Lee Strand 1 Litre and pint cartons or 2 Litre plastic bottles. Post your 10 mascots along with your name, address and telephone

number to: Win €500 Cash 4 Schools Competition, Lee Strand, Ballymullen, Tralee, Co. Kerry.For further information please contact 066 7121084 or visit www. leestrand.ie

Meadowlands Raises Over €20K For Kerry Hospice The Meadowlands Hotel, owned by the Ó Mathúna family, recently celebrated their 20th year in business with an anniversary festival weekend of sportsthemed events which was all in aid of Kerry Hospice, a voluntary organisation which has been in existence now for 28 years. Because of the hotel’s efforts, and indeed the help, support and generosity of their community and business partners in Tralee and beyond, they raised €22,820. Because of the Meadowlands Hotel fundraising efforts,

Kerry Hospice Foundation will be able to buy Palliative Care equipment, aids and appliances, provide ongoing training for staff and maintain their two buildings which offers care and support to patients and their families, free of charge, helping them to cope with the problems associated with lifethreatening illness. Mairead Fernane, Kerry Hospice Treasurer said, “We would like to say mile buiochas to Peigí and Paddy Ó Mathúna for their extremely generous fundraising efforts in aid of the hospice. Fundraising

is always a challenge, even for worthy causes such as ours, so this cheque takes an amount of pressure off us for the current year and will help us maintain services that are so badly needed. Paddy Ó Mathúna said, ““We are delighted with the efforts by everyone to bring the festival to life and we’d like to thank the Tralee public for helping to raise as much money for Kerry Hospice Foundation who provide fantastic support to Palliative care patients in Tralee and the wider county.”

Cara Credit Union hands the keys to Matthew!!! Matthew Mc Sweeney from Tralee is the latest winner of Cara Credit

Union’s Members Car Draw when his name was picked from their live members car draw on June 28th, 2018 in the Cara Credit Union, Tralee Office. Matthew drives away with a brand new 182 Kia Stonic purchased from McElligotts, Tralee. Speaking to Matthew on his win, “I was so shocked when Phyllis who works in the Credit Union phoned me telling I had just won the car in their members car draw. I’ve never won anything before. I’ve absolutely over the moon and it’s great to have my good neighbours here with me today to celebrate”. Cara Credit Union run their car draw four times a year at a cost of €6.00 per draw. Any surplus left over at the end of the year is raffled out to their car draw members in the form of cash prizes at Christmas time. Their next car draw takes place on International Credit Union Day in October, for further information visit their website www.caracreditunion.ie or call in to their offices in Tralee, Castleisland and Killorglin. 10

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Kerry Samaritans Awareness and Information Event The Kerry Branch of Samaritans are holding an event in the Meadowlands Hotel, Tralee on Friday July 13th 2018 at 7.30pm . This event is open to all members of the public and is free of charge. This event is a new initiative for the KERRY BRANCH OF SAMARITANS.

TECHNOLOGY CORNER with Billy O Meara (HRI Services)

Billy simplifies and explains Todays Technology Can I Share my broadband with my Parents who live next door?

You can do this, and depending on your homes' geography, it might even be relatively easy. Once both houses are in line of sight. I suppose it would make sense to do this as the speeds of the broadband has improved. I will not suggest you doing this until you check you T&C of your broadband provider, the simple way of doing this is to purchase two Wi-Fi Aerials and setup one as a access point and one as a station then inside the second house put another router.

Is there any real difference between 2.4GHz and 5 GHz Wi-Fi?

Wi-Fi connections are ubiquitous by now. All modern devices now connect to them and there are more free Wi-Fi spots popping up in different places. For a while, Wi-Fi connections were mainly 2.4GHz but there are many new routers that now have 5GHz connections and more devices that support them. There are different standards of 2.4GHz, which we will not get into, but since it was so popular, it meant that it became very crowded since all devices were operating on it. That meant it is harder to get a connection. If you have numerous devices using the same frequency, it can affect the overall quality and result in dropped connections from time to time. Whereas 5GHz there is not as much interference and it is a stronger signal, meaning a more reliable connection and faster data rates. It also means that the new batch of smart devices that are coming out will all be able to maintain a connection without problems. However, 5GHz does have shorter range than 2.4 GHz.

The following speakers will address the Meeting Evelyn O’Connell and Readin O’Connor From Jigsaw will speak on panic and anxiety in children and adolescents Fiona Doyle will speak on sexual abuse and grooming . And finally Vanessa Lacey Will speak on the topic of Transgender Vanessa Lacey and Fiona Doyle will outline the difficulties they encountered in their own lives and how they managed to overcome them. The aim of this event is to reach out to the general public i.e Parents, guardians, teachers, students, people in the caring profession or any person who may encounter any of the above issues in their daily lives. To date in 2018 the Branch has received 14,700 contacts. These contacts include telephone calls, SMS message and face to face callers to the Branch at Moyderwell Tralee. This is a marginal increase on the number of contacts for the same period in 2017.

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WHAT’S HAPPENING IN TRALEE... Tourism Ireland marks 50th Anniversary of the first Siamsa performance CEO of Tourism Ireland, Niall Gibbons opened celebrations at Siamsa Tíre on Thursday 28th June to officially mark the 50th anniversary of the first ever performance. Kerry tourism representatives from Kerry county attended from accommodation, attractions, activity and service providers. Mr Gibbons talked about the growth of the tourism industry over the last fifty years and

the importance of culture in differentiating ourselves in a competitive global market. With larger volumes of visitors, Niall Gibbons, CEO Tourism Ireland comments, “Congratulations to Siamsa Tíre on your 50th anniversary - it is very much an authentic piece of what we have to offer in Ireland. The cast for this year’s summer season of performances will reach over 100 performers comprising of multi-talented champion dancers, singers and musicians all professionally trained in the Siamsa style. This year they will perform across five different productions for national and international audiences. The new season opened on Tuesday May 8th and runs through to Thursday 20th September 2018. The first performance took place in 1968 in Balloonagh School Tralee, Co Kerry by Siamsóirí na Ríochta as it was

Niall Gibbons, CEO Tourism Ireland as he joined the celebrations and Catriona Fallon, CEO Siamsa Tíre with Glan representatives then known, and they went on to perform in a variety of venues in Ireland and abroad, as well as performing on national radio and television. In 1974, Siamsa Tíre, the National Folk Theatre (NFT) of Ireland was then established as a professional theatre company and has expanded over the years through its’

Training Academies. For this season, Siamsa Tíre will offer a choice of five productions including one brand new show developed to celebrate this special anniversary. All productions are presented through the unique Siamsa style of Irish music, song and dance.

Is there a problem with your child’s hearing? A child displaying signs of a hearing difficulty, or loss, is particularly worrying for parents. If you can’t communicate properly with them, how are you to know what they are feeling or thinking?

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WHAT’S HAPPENING IN TRALEE... Chamber Alliance secure 80 Jobs with Amazon in Kerry Would you like to work from home for Amazon? Tralee Chamber Alliance in partnership with Staffline for Amazon are looking for 80 candidates to fill customer service roles in Kerry. Over the past couple of months the Chamber, along with other stakeholders in Kerry, have been directly engaging with the IDA and Amazon’s team to secure these positions for the county. Staffline, for Amazon, are looking for candidates with great communication skills, who are comfortable talking to people via phone, email or online chat and who have a passion for customer service. The great benefit of these jobs being based from home, means that the opportunity

is available to many people who couldn’t commit to a job outside of the home. Ken Tobin of Tralee Chamber Alliance said “These positions are ideal for anyone considering moving back to Kerry for work, or perhaps who need an additional income, as the hours will work on a part-time flexible shift pattern, based on a 20 hour week, and up to 40 hours in peak times” “Amazon are beginning their screening of candidates now, so we encourage anyone from Tralee that’s interested to make their application without delay” “As these jobs are homebased, with Amazon providing all the necessary equipment as well as paid online training, it provides a huge opportunity for someone to return to

work, take up additional hours or even work around other commitments at home” “Over the past few months we have been actively engaging with a number of potential Employers with a view to supporting the creation of new jobs in Tralee, and we are delighted Amazon have made this confident move. If Tralee support Amazon in successfully getting 80 quality candidates for the roles, we can prove a case to them and others, and we firmly believe there could more jobs being announced by Amazon and

other companies in the near future” Anyone interested in finding out more about these jobs with Amazon should click the link below: (goto the online edition of The Tralee Advertiser) https://amazon.force. com/ JobDetails? Agency=1&isApply= 1&reqid=a 0R0G000017DHXD &setlang=en_GB

Barrygarry House Hotel takes the Green Route Awareness of the damage caused to the environment by pollution is top of the agenda at Ballygarry House Hotel in Tralee. What started with small efforts to reduce waste with the introduction of paperless checkouts and refillable soap dispensers quickly led to the formation of a dedicated ‘Green Team’ under the direction of Deputy General Manager, Tadhg McGillicuddy with representatives from every department within the hotel. This ongoing project has led to best practices and savings for the family-run hotel. “We believe in having good recycling procedures in place to minimise our carbon footprint” said Tadhg McGillicuddy. “Balllygarry House Hotel is a very busy four-star hotel and generates a lot of waste. We noticed that by simply monitoring our waste, it enables us to see where and how we can do better. This, in turn, has allowed us to reduce waste going to landfill and the costs associated with it. Another benefit is that the project is staff led in the sense that many of the proposals for improving our systems have come from individual staff members across all 16

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Some of the Initiatives to date include: • Suppliers to Ballygarry take back all packaging when deliveries are made to the hotel • • All plastic waste generated in the hotel is collected by Abbey Moulding, a specific plastic moulding company that recycles plastic • All cardboard waste is compacted on site and collected for recycling • Glass bottles are crushed on site into a sand texture which can be spread and worked into the soil of the gardens at Ballygarry House Hotel. • All used teabags and coffee grinds are composted into a herb and vegetable garden at Ballygarry. This garden supplies herbs, salads and vegetables to the hotel kitchens for The Brasserie, the fine-dining Friday 6th July 2018

Restaurant 58 and the Manhattan Restaurant. All single use straws as well as take-away tea and coffee cups, sourced from Down2Earth in Cork, are fully compostable and can be added to the brown compost bin.• Bicycles are available for guests who want to visit the local areas including the 16th Century Ballyseedy Woods just minutes from the hotel Ballygarry House Hotel is

one of the first hotels in Tralee to install a charging point for Telsa and Electric Cars contributing to sustainable transport.“ Picture Caption: (Left to Right) Brid McCarthy – Restaurant Manager, Tadhg McGillicuddy – Deputy General Manager. John O’Sullivan - Head Chef and Craig Lynch Sous Chef

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Bexblah Beauty HELLO BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE! I HOPE YOU’RE ALL HAVING A GREAT WEEK

This week I will be talking about my makeup kit for clients, I always get so many questions about what products I use/ recommend. I’m very particular about what I use on my clients, I will only use what I know works and is good quality. Quality always wins, especially in Makeup. If I love a product and use it on my face, it’s going straight into my kit! I love keeping my kit fresh and up to date with Makeup that is ‘on trend’ and popular! You won’t ever find me using the exact same products all the time, I’m not that gal! I’m going to divide this into two parts, this week I’m going to tell you what Skincare and Face Makeup(primer, concealer, foundation) I use, then next week I will go into detail about eyes, lips, brushes and lashes. I will also mention where you can buy every product, some are available here in Tralee (I will mention where I am aware sells them), and the others online. SKINCARE Skincare is an essential part of my kit. I cannot even think about doing makeup on any face until I have prepared the skin properly. • Bioderma Sensibo H20 Micellar Water (CH Tralee & other leading pharmacies) • Nuxe 48hr Moisture Serum (CH Tralee) • Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Oil Free Gel Moisturiser (Online Debenhams.ie) • Lancome Energie De Vie Moisturiser (CH Tralee tell Helen I sent you!) • Clarins Super Restorative Treatment Essence (CH Tralee - Tell Cindy I sent you!) FACE/BASE Primers • YSL Touche Eclat Primer (Sam McCauleys Tralee) • Lancome La Base & Pro Hydraglow Primers (CH Tralee - Tell Helen I sent

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HELLO MY STRONG STRONG FRIENDS! I hope you’re all having a fantastic week! This week I’m going to talk about my current glute & hamstring workout, one of my current favourites & you really feel the burn! I always start off my gym sessions with cardio, I know it’s supposed to be better to do weights first but it’s just the way I like doing things. So I start off with about 30 mins mixture of uphill walking/jogging and sprints or the stairmaster. I love working up a good sweat. Then it’s onto weights… Obviously the amount of weight each person can handle per exercise is different, so apply that to yourself. Sumo Romanian Deadlift 4 sets 12 reps - 50kg weight Romanian deadlifts 3 sets 12 rep - 50 kg weight Cable squat pull through 3 sets 12-15 reps - 17.5kg weight Step ups with 8kg dumbbells Walking lunges with bar 4 sets 12 reps Leg curl 4 sets 10-12 reps - 30kg Glute Kickback 3 sets 10-12 reps

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Strawberries...

Strawberries....Strawberries everywhere it truly isn’t summer till we see them ,but they not just for dessert. Vegtopia is only a week away folks .....

BABY LETTUCES WITH FETA, STRAWBERRIES AND ALMONDS (Serves 8)

INGREDIENTS • 2 teaspoons Dijon mustard • 1 teaspoon honey • 1 small shallot, minced • 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar, preferably Banyuls • 1/3 cup extra-virgin olive oil • Salt • Freshly ground pepper • 12 cups packed assorted baby lettuces (about 6 ounces) • 1 punnet strawberries, hulled—small berries halved, large ones quartered • 4 ounces feta , crumbled • 1 cup smoked almonds, chopped METHOD In a small bowl, stir together the mustard, honey, shallot and vinegar. Stir in the olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Put the lettuces in a large bowl. Add the strawberries, feta and almonds. Drizzle the dressing over the salad, toss well and serve.

Competition Time in association with VEGTOPIA! Tralee’s Newest Festival VEGTOPIA, which celebrates the humble but great Vegetable on Saturday July14th. WIN one of the following fantastic prizes: • Malachy Kelly... “rebalance your life” €125 voucher • Phoenix restaurant, Castlemaine €50 voucher • One months free yoga with Maeve Ferris • Dr. Ailis Brosnan free one on one health couch session • Horans Fruit & Veg €25 voucher Simply Like and Share our post on VEGTOPIA Facebook page!

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IT’S ONLY A JOKE SAY WHAT YOU WANT ABOUT TRUMP’S WALL

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A MAN AND A WOMAN WERE SITTING BESIDE EACH OTHER IN THE FIRST CLASS SECTION OF AN AIRPLANE.

The woman sneezed, took out a tissue, wiped her nose, then visibly shuddered for ten to fifteen seconds. The man went back to his reading. A few minutes later, the woman sneezed again, took a tissue, wiped her nose, and then shuddered violently once more. Assuming that the woman might have a cold, the man was still curious about the shuddering. A few more minutes passed when the woman sneezed yet again. As before she took a tissue, wiped her nose, her body shaking even more than before. Unable to restrain his curiosity, the man turned to the woman and said, ‘I couldn’t help but notice that you’ve sneezed three times, wiped your nose and then shuddered violently. Are you OK?’ ‘I am sorry if I disturbed you, she said, I have a very rare medical condition; whenever I sneeze I have an orgasm. ‘ The man, more than a bit embarrassed, was still curious. ‘I have never heard of that condition before’ he said. ‘Are you taking anything for it?’ The woman nodded. ‘Pepper.’

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Gritters are being deployed as the UK heatwave melts roads with surface temperatures hitting 50degrees. Dramatic pictures have been released showing the bitumen melting in parts of the country - with up to eight heatwaves forecast in July and August and temperatures set to hit 34C. Councils are using gritters to spread sand, effectively a sunscreen for the surface. Images of the melted roads have been shared by the staff of the Communication Workers Union as a warning to try and keep members of the public safe. Tarmac becomes soft at 50C, and while the air temperature is much lower, the black roads can become that hot in direct sunlight. Howard Robinson, chief executive of the Road Surface Treatments Association, said that when temperatures top 30C, the bitumen in some road surfaces may soften and rise to the top. He said: “This makes the road surface sticky and more susceptible to pressure loads from heavy vehicles resulting in surface ridging and rutting. “Most roads will not begin to soften until they hit a temperature of around 50C.

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Aston Martin’s has revealed a new sports car fit for a secret agent - with a sleek design, a top speed of 195mph and a £121,000 price tag. While it may not come with the spy gadgets he’s used to, James Bond wouldn’t look out of place in the 2018 Vantage which can go from 0-60mph in just 3.5 seconds. The stunning coupe from the British firm was unveiled today with a new look and improved performance. It can hit its top speed thanks to a four-litre, twin-turbo V8 engine mated to rearmounted ZF eight-speed automatic transmission. The new Vantage is the successor to the best-selling Aston Martin ever and is the latest to use the name since it was first introduced in 1951. Super-rich types will have to wait a few more months to get their hands on one, however. Deliveries are due to begin by mid-2018, the Warwickshire-based firm announced.

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The souvenir programme for the Pikes Peak Hillclimb carries the headline; The Mountain Decides. And with good reason; spearing 2.5 miles into the Colorado sky , with a 12-mile road balanced on its ridges, the Rocky Mountain takes no prisoners. For more than 100 years (nine decades of that on gravel but nowadays on tarmac), racers have risked their lives to beat the clock - and the weather - to the summit. The 156-corner course is akin to super-gluing the old Nurburgring - without barriers, but with 1,000ft drops - to a mountain top. In 2014, former World Rally Championship winner Sebastian Loeb set a seemingly unbeatable record to the summit in a Peugeot 208 (rather heavily modified, naturally), setting a time of 8min 13sec. When Volkswagen turned up at Pike’s Peak this year with the I.D R, a fourwheel drive, carbon-fibre electric car with the equivalent of 700 horsepower, Millen was the first to say what many people were thinking. “I think we will not only see my electric record go, but also the eight minute record be broken,” said the New Zealander, on the mountain in a stock Bentley Bentayga for a (eventually successful) crack at Range Rover’s course SUV record . Come race morning, not even the electric record looked likely. In cahoots with Mother Nature, the mountain did look like it would decide. Delays due to an accident allowed fog to float in and cloak the mountain. With millions of pounds invested, faces at VW were glum as Dumas and his whiny supercar catapulted off the start line faster than a Formula One racer. Fans on the mountain cheered as the silent electric terror ran on invisible rails skywards. Glued to the live TV feed, the VW crew at the start area made like glum statues as the helicopter-mounted TV cameras started to lose sight of the car in the mist. But as fast as the mist enveloped the course, Dumas took on the mantra of a motorsport Moses and parted his way through the moisture and blasted across the finish in 7min 57sec.A new record and a piece of racing 32

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This has not been a good time for the powers that be in the GAA in Croke Park and particularly those involved in the fixtures and the Super 8’s. After last week’s debacle that was eventually sorted in the right manner – and huge credit to Cian O’Neill and his side and County Board on backing up their stand-off with Croke Park with a huge win. It was then expected that everything would run smoothly from here on. But if Croke Park was hoping for that then this is certainly not the case. Firstly if you are not following the Super 8’s there are now 2 four team groups left – or should I say will be after this weekend when the final qualifiers will see Laois/ Monaghan, Fermanagh / Kildare facing off for two place in Group 1 and Cork / Tyrone and Roscommon / Armagh battling it out for the final two places in Group 2. Each team will have a game in Croke Park, a home game and an away game. So all is straight forward? Not really as if you are Dublin you have two games in Croke Park and Donegal are challenging this and rightly so. We are in different times now following the Kildare stand-off and Counties will no longer just accept a dictate

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from on high. It seems that Dublin were allowed to name Croke Park as an alternative to naming a home venue and once again they will have more games than anyone in the All Ireland series. Is that an advantage to Dublin – in my opinion yes it is. The next issue arose with the fixture dates for the first round of the Super 8’s. The format announced was for 4 games on the weekend of July 14th and 15th. The four teams left would play in Croke Park with the two provincial winners in each group meeting in the ‘big games’ of the weekend. Therefore the only issue was whether it was Kerry v Galway or Dublin v Donegal that would take place on Saturday and which game would be on the Sunday. Obviously somebody then spotted that the World Cup final was also on the Sunday afternoon at 4pm. So behind closed doors in the bowels of Croke Park it was decided not to force Dublin fans to make the choice of going to the Super 8 game or staying away and watching both the World Cup final and the game against Donegal. Were they afraid that the Dublin fans would stay away in their droves and so they opted to have them fill Croke Park on Saturday and then let them free to enjoy the soccer on the Sunday. Not that this will ever be said in public! I did enjoy the tweet from Tomas O’Se who said that “If the World Cup final was on Saturday then Kerry would have been playing on Saturday evening guaranteed!!! Just soak it up boys”. The fear for Croke Park is that because the Super 8’s is a three game format in each group whoever loses the first game between the ‘big two’ in each group they will still be expected to win their final two games and reach the All Ireland semi-finals. Now all 4 will want to win that first game and be early favourites for a last 4 spot but it is not do or die and will fans, outside of Dublin, travel to headquarters for these games? We will know after the 15th of July. From a Kerry point of view hopefully they will defeat Galway which will make progress to the semi-finals easier. After the Galway game Kerry will be away to Laois or Monaghan on July 21/22nd and home to Fermanagh /Kildare on August 4/5th. The one thing that is for sure is that players will love this format as they want to play games Friday 6th July 2018

rather than weeks of training. Hurling moves for Buble: When things go against you they go against you! The GAA obviously hoped that there would not be a draw in the Leinster hurling final last weekend as it has Michael Buble booked in to Croke Park this Saturday. Obviously his touring schedule didn’t give the GAA and Aitken Promotion any option – it was a case of take him or not. And so the Leinster hurling final replay featuring a Connacht team, Galway, will take place at a Munster venue – Semple Stadium!! And it also seems that Michael hasn’t sold out… CLEAN SWEEP: Whatever about the trials and tribulations of things on high in the GAA things are certainly running more than smoothly on the Kerry GAA front. They have completed a very impressive clean sweep of Minor, u20, Junior and Senior Munster titles and will have eyes on bigger prizes. It is a testament to the organisation, the coaches and the players and a reward for the commitment they have put in. And also having their centre of excellence in Currans has probably helped to focus resources and training so we are all looking forward to a big few weeks ahead. The Kerry seniors have also brought international basketball coach James Weldon into their backroom set-up. This is a very positive move with the cross over in many aspects of the game – skills that certainly helped make Kieran Donaghy the star he has been over the last decade. On the Juniors they are not happy with the venue for their All Ireland semi-final against Kildare. The game will take place in Navan as a curtain raiser to the Kildare / Fermanagh game. But the Kerry management will not be appealing. However it is a little disappointing to read that an overnight stay for the squad is not a possibility. I hope this is due to the lack of accommodation in the area in the height of the summer and not a resources issue. SOCCER SEASON CONTINUES WITH MORE SUCCESS FOR THE PARK: While the World Cup continues at pace and what an exciting tournament it is there is plenty of action on the home front. The

Kerry u15’s and u17’s were both back in action after the summer break. Both went down with the 15’s very unlucky to go down 1-0 to a cracking Galway United free kick. The 17’s lost out to Cobh Ramblers at St Coleman’s Park but both sides will hope to bounce back this weekend. Kerry 15’s will be at home to Waterford at Mounthawk Park at 3pm on Saturday while the 17’s are away in Wexford at 2pm on the same day. The 17’s then have a big midweek game away to Cork City in Bishopstown on Wednesday evening at 7pm. On the domestic front St Brendan’s Park are celebrating a Denny Youths Cup and League double as they again saw off Killarney Celtic in the League final winning 3-0. Their u17’s were pushed all the way by Ballyheigue Athletic in the Dominos Pizza Cup semi-final. It ended 4-4 with the Park winning 5-3 on penalties and neighbours Tralee Dynamos is what should be a very interesting final. Dyanmos themselves will meet Listowel Celtic in the over 35’s Dominos Cup final after they saw off Classic FC 2-1 in their semifinal clash. The scores in the game were Kerry soccer legends Edward Duggan who got 2 for Dynamos and Tommy Naughton who scored for Classic FC. BOYS IN GREEN: Well done to Tralee Dynamos Alex Hoare who along with Killarney Athletic’s Alex Hennigan who have been called up to Dublin for FAI’s National Academy Training for those born in 2005. The sessions take place at the AUL on July 15th, 22nd and 29th. TRALEE’S 3X3 IRISH BASKETBALLERS: Ex Garvey’s player Ryan Leonard who has been starring in the US college scene teamed up with present player Eoin Quigley on the Irish 3x3 Basketball team for the FIBA qualifiers in Romania. In the Group games they went down to Croatia but had a big win against Germany qualifying for the quarter final. They were beaten in this by Spain 21-13 but were level with their opponents until late on with coach Matt Hall that “to run them so close for so long was a great achievement and I am really delighted with how the lads performed over the weekend”. ROAD RACE LEAGUE WIN NUMBER 3 FOR KISSANE: Conor Kissane, Killarney CC, made it three wins from four rounds of the Clubs of Kerry Road Race League and has extended his lead to 21 points (11 points for each rounds winner with 9 for second and so on down) over Sliabh Luachra’s Denis Lynch. Looking at the various Leagues from a Tralee point of view David Fitzgerald from Tralee Manor West is 3rd with his club mate John James Griffin in 8th and Cathal Moynihan in 10th. We all extend our sympathies to Cathal on a recent family bereavement.

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TALKING SPORT WITH THE TRALEE ADVERTISER Looking at the underage League’s there is not as many young riders competing at u12’s and u14’s as probably should. This is certainly one for the clubs in Tralee to have a look at. In the u16’s Eoin Moloney is in second place behind Killarney Patrick Galvin. DOGS AN HOUR LATE DUE TO THE HEAT: Those involved in the Irish Greyhound Sport industry did the right thing and pushed back the start of racing over the last week by 1 hour. They are keeping an eye on the temperatures and the track will announce starting times ahead of each days racing. Once again plans are coming together for the huge night at the track – the Friends of University Hospital Kerry Fundraising Night at the Dogs. The Best Dressed Lady on the night will be kindly sponsored by Sam McCauley Chemists in the Manor West Retail Park. It has also been announced that the Saturday afternoon SIS meetings are to be moved to Sunday evenings from August with the first race off at 6pm. KERRY BOXERS RETURN FROM DUBLIN WITH 6 MEDALS: Over 920 boxers from all over the world travelled to Dublin to take part in the Monkstown Box Cup and Kerry had 6 boxers in action. The counties fighters won three goals – won by Ballyduffs Jordan Goggin and Charlie Fitzgerald and Sliabh Luachra’s Barry O’Connor Three silvers also came back to Kerry in the hands of Cathal Enright and Jack Galway from Ballyduff and Cashen Vale’s Aaron McElligott. Sliabh Luachra’s Katelyn Horan and Cashen Vale’s Kori Goad were also in Dublin for IABA Female High Performance training. TRALEE’S LISA 5TH BUT ONLY 1 SHOT OFF THE MEDALS: There was very nearly another medal winning performance for Tralee’s Lisa O’Connor last Sunday at the National Ladies Strokeplay Championships in Collins, Cork as her score of 128 saw her finish one shot off third place and fifth overall. Last Saturday afternoon meanwhile saw the National Gents Strokeplay Qualifiers take place in Castleisland with six senior players joining Deerpark’s Damien Fleming in the Finals in Glenville in Dublin in two weeks – Tralee’s Alan Hobbart and Jason O’Regan, Deerpark’s Jason O’Brien and John McGrath and Castleisland’s James Dignan and Aidan O’Connor. The Kerry panel for the Munster Senior Gents and National InterCounty sides was confirmed as follows: Damien Fleming, John McGrath and Jason O’Brien (Deerpark), Jason Cregan and Jason O’Regan (Tralee), James Dignan and Aidan O’Connor (Castleisland) and Declan McCarron (Listowel). The Kerry Intermediate Gents team for the Munster Inter-County next month is as follows: Eamon Sheehy and Padraig Hobbart (Tralee), Gearóid Cronin, James Fleming and John O’Brien (Deerpark) and Killian O’Gorman Listowel.

The Kerry Junior Gents team for the Munster Inter-County is as follows: Nicky Barry, Cathal Dennehy, John Heffernan and Fergus Keane (Listowel) along with David Hobbert (Tralee) and Noel Moynihan (Deerpark). This weekend sees the U-16 season get underway with the Munster U-16 Matchplay Championships taking place in Deerpark. All competitors are asked to be at the Killarney course for 9am with playing getting underway after the competition draw at 9.30am. NEWS FROM THE OVAL: Could it be an omen with the Super 8 game coming up but Kerry and Galway took each other on in cricket and it was the home side that took the win. Galway were all out for 218 with Kerry scoring 221 for 3 from 27 overs. The Kerry Juniors were down two men and despite a great battle they could not overcome their the visitors with Tipperary taking the win as they reached their target of 150 in 41.4 overs. At the Farm in Cork the home side defeated the Kerry 3rd who hit 121 in their chase of the home sides’ 172. ATHLETICS TEAM IN NATIONAL LEAGUE ACTION: Round 2 of the National League takes place this Sunday in Athlone. Both Kerry’s men’s and women’s teams took second in the first round. The top 8 will qualify for the League final in August. TRALEE PARNELL’S NEWS: The Tralee Parnells Summer Camps take place from Monday 9th to 12th of July costing just e35 per child for the four days. Bookings are now open. The Minors took on Kilmoyley in the County League and enjoyed a good win. They take on Lixnaw in Round 2 on July 9th. The Munster Camogie Club’s 7’s was enjoyed by all the girls who took part. The u12’s went down to Kenmare/Kilgarvan in the South Kerry final. The clubs girls really enjoyed their Meet and Greet with the Seniors team ahead of the Junior Championship where they have home matches on July 14th and 21st. The u10’s drew with Crotta and play Rathmore this Thursday and also compete in the North Kerry Blitz this Saturday. The club wishes to acknowledge the support it received from the Kerry County Council Community Support Fund. STACKS JUNIOR NEWS: The weekly football sessions at the Shanakill Community Centre has been changed to Tuesdays at 6pm. The u6’s, u8’s and u10’s enjoyed their games against Ballymac and will make the return visit on July 15th. They will also train again next Thursday night July 12th. The u10’s continue in the weekly Go The 12’s and u13’s enjoyed their games this week and the u14’s will be in the Central League Division 1 action with Kerins O’Rahillys up next.

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The u16’s went down to Dr Crokes and will face Na Gaeil next with training on Monday’s, Wednesday’s and Fridays. The e500 for first goal in the Munster final will be divided by between ticket holders with a time of 1 minute 15 seconds and 1 minute 17 seconds. The club thanks all those who supported the fundraiser. U16 CAMOGIE TEAM GOES DOWN TO A LATE GOAL: Kerry welcomed Mayo to Tom Healy Park in Abbeydorney on Sunday in the first round of the All-Ireland U16C Camogie Championship. By the 16th minute Kerry had gone into a 1-1 to 0-2 lead. However, just 4 minutes later it was the turn of the visitors to go into a two-point lead, 1-4 to 1-2. At the halftime interval, May had doubled that lead, 2-6 to 2-2. Just 5 minutes into the second half, Kerry had cut the Mayo lead to just one point, 3-2 to 2-6. Fifteen minutes into the second half, it was the turn of the home side to go into a two-point lead, 4-3 to 2-7. However, a third Mayo green flag gave them a slender victory on a score line of 3-8 to 4-4. Kerry will travel to St. Rynagh’s GAA in Offaly on Sunday to face Tyrone in their second game of the All-Ireland U16C Championship, with a throw-in time of 2.30pm. BALLYMAC NEWS: In Round 8 of the County League Division 2 Ballymac took on Castleisland Desmonds in Castleisland and it was the home side that led by three points 2-06 to 2-03. The second half was a tight and went down to the final minutes. And it was Ballymac that took the points thanks to two late points from Padraig McCarthy. Lotto: There was no winner of the Lotto from the numbers drawn 4,8,13 and 14 and the next jackpot will be e5,400. In the U16 County League the boys were at home to Fossa and it was the visitors that led by 6 points at the break thanks mainly to hitting 1-01 late on. Despite Fossa adding two early points the rallied and by the end of the game had overturned the deficit and won by 4 points in a high scoring encounter 6-12 to 4-14. This sees Ballymac on 4 points after two games. In the u14 Central League Na Gaeil led by 4 points at the break but Ballymac put in a very good second half to take the win. The u14’s travelled to Mallow to play in the Regional Feile and were unlucky to go down to Bishopstown in their first game. They defeated St Paul’s and Glanmire but it was Bishopstown that topped the Group. The u12 boys had a very enjoyable day at the Diarmuid O’Brien Blitz in Newmarket. The U12 Girls created history when they overcame Austin Stacks to be crowned County Division One Champions. They are the first girl’s team from the club to win a Division 1 County League title. Joint Captains Orla O Connor and Kate Collins accepted the Cup on Friday 6th July 2018

behalf of the team. ST PAT’S NEWS: There was no winner of the Lotto from the numbers drawn 15,17, 25 and 29 and the next jackpot will be e8,200 with the draw on Sunday night in Keane’s Bar. Annual Lotto registration is also now due for renewal. Club membership is also due now and can be paid to any Committee member. The u14’s took on Kerin’s O’Rahillys B’s in Blennerville in the Central League Round 2 but it was the Tralee side that took the win. On Friday July 6th the B’s travel to Listowel to take on Emmets in Round 5 with a 7.30pm throw in. In Round 8 of the Senior Football League Division 3 Ballydonoghue took the points home on a 2-11 to 0-12 score line. The Cul Camp at the club will take place from August 6th to 10th from 10am to 2.30pm for ages 6 to 13 and is open to both boys and girls. KERINS O’RAHILLYS NEWS: The seniors needed a late point from Jack Savage who hit seven on the day to defeat Spa. The Tralee side led 0-11 to 1-06 at the break and soon had the gap out to 6 points. Spa fought back and they were level before the winning point to leave the final score 1-19 to 2-15. This leaves Rahillys in second place in the table 4 points behind Crokes and with a place in the final still very much in sight. The next game is against Glenbeigh/Glencar on the weekend of 14th/15th. The B’s lost out in the Shield semi-final going down to Dingle 4-13 to 3-05. The clubs Summer Camp takes place from Monday July 30th to Friday August 3rd from 10.30 to 2pm each day costing e30 per child. Over 100 kids have already signed up therefore any late bookings should be made immediately. The Academy were out in force and the Player of the Week were Oisin Priestly and Elliot John Savage for the u6 boys and Dariah Zytka for the u6 girls. Ally Spring was named in the u8’s, Lily May Bowler in the u10 girls and Cillian McGrath in the u10 boys and the Academy are out again this weekend. The u14 B’s defeated St Pats 4-10 to 2-08 while the A’s were at home to Na Gaeil in the Kelliher’s Central Region League. mThere was no winner of the Lotto from the numbers drawn 10,24, 25 and 31 and the next jackpot will be e4,700. Charlies Golf Society – they will have their first outing this Friday night July 6th in Ballyheigue with details from the bar. ON THE GREEN’S – TRALEE: Tralee are into the final of the Intermediate Challenge Shield having beaten Ceann Sibeal in the last 4. They now play Castlegregory in a two-legged final. In the MC 9 competition sponsored by PST Sports the winner was Mark Sheehy with David Fitzgerald second and Tom O’Driscoll third. The Best Gross was won by Darren O’Sullivan with Michael Kerins winning the + handicap.

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Dear Heart of Jesus in the past I have asked for many favours, this time I ask you this special one (mention favour). Take it dear Heart of Jesus and place it within your Heart where your Father sees it, then in his merciful eyes it will become your favour not mine. Amen. Say this prayer three times for three days and your favour will be granted. Never known to fail. Must promise publication of prayer.

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Dear Heart of Jesus in the past I have asked for many favours, this time I ask you this special one (mention favour). Take it dear Heart of Jesus and place it within your Heart where your Father sees it, then in his merciful eyes it will become your favour not mine. Amen. Say this prayer three times for three days and your favour will be granted. Never known to fail. Must promise publication of prayer.

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THE MIRACLE PRAYER Dear Heart of Jesus in the past I have asked for many favours, this time I ask you this special one (mention favour). Take it dear Heart of Jesus and place it within your Heart where your Father sees it, then in his merciful eyes it will become your favour not mine. Amen. Say this prayer three times for three days and your favour will be granted. Never known to fail. Must promise publication of prayer.

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THE MIRACLE PRAYER Dear Heart of Jesus in the past I have asked for many favours, this time I ask you this special one (mention favour). Take it dear Heart of Jesus and place it within your Heart where your Father sees it, then in his merciful eyes it will become your favour not mine. Amen. Say this prayer three times for three days and your favour will be granted. Never known to fail. Must promise publication of prayer.

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