Seven Days - September 14th, 201409/15/14
Ahead of Thursdays referendum for Scotland's independence we speak to both sides of the argument, World Suicide Prevention Day, Killarney business people aren't happy with the changes to their rates and why are the Kerry waters filled with Mackerel?
Seven Days - 7th September, 2014
Is it ok to hate your opponents in sport, a new survey on emigrate show people choose to rather than have to and a new survey that half of child care facilities in the County haven't had Garda vetting for their staff
Seven Days - August 31st, 2014
Widespread anger about the All Ireland Semi Final Replay being played in Limerick, Ballylongford residents afraid of repeat flooding & the Rose of Tralee's sexuality makes front page news
Seven Days - August 17th, 2014
Concern that ambulance cover in Kerry is inadequate, students get their leaving cert this week, should drunk people be charged more than sober people to visit A&E, families are struggling as school costs spiral and tragedy strikes the County as two...
Seven Days - August 3rd, 2014
This week on Seven Days, we look at ways to protect your property, Stars Wars crew arrive in South Kerry & some good news for Kerry as tourism figures are on the rise
Seven Days - July 20th, 2014
Minister jimmy Deenihan speaks about his demotion from Cabinet, school reports and how seriously we should take them, Kerry Friends of Motor Neuron Disease and the man who scored the winning World Cup goal for Germany also played for Germany in Kerry...
Seven Days - July 13th, 2014
Garth Gate, the fallout from the summers most anticipated concerts, the amazing story of a US Secret Agent who took a bullet for the President of the United States in 1981 & is whistling annoying or pleasurable? We hear from an All-Ireland whistling...
Seven Days - May 18th, 2014
Garda Whistle-blower John Wilson reacts to the Guerin report, do you know basic CPR skils?, a Kerry mother opens up about her battle with cancer and the competitive spirit between Killarney and Tralee continues
Seven Days - May 11th, 2014
A controversy too far for Alan Shatter, a vet gives advice on how to cope with the loss of a beloved family pet, the organisers of the Rally of Lakes call for action to curb the activities of boy racers and how long should a grieving family hide away?
Seven Days - April 27th, 2014
A farmer from Ballinskelligs hit back at Michael O'Leary, are women in their 50s invisible?, teachers conferences are overshadowed by rowdy behaviour and heckling of the Minister for Education and the legend of Eoin O'Suilleabhain
Seven Days - April 20th, 2014
The Kerry babies 30 years on - a retired Garda Inspector calls for the exhumation of the two babies remains, the Coalition is in disagreement about water charges, the collapse of Setanta Insurance leaves up to 75000 Irish drivers at risk and not...
Seven Days - April 13th, 2014
As President Michael D Higgins makes a historical state visit to the UK, Sinn Fein's Martin McGuiness attends a banquet hosted by the Queen, listeners react angrily to the Taoiseachs use of the word 'Navvy, Peaches Geldof dead at age 25, 'would you...
Seven Days - April 6th, 2014
GAA comes under fire after signing a deal with Sky Sports, we take a look back at the 1985 controversy involving the Kerry team and Bendix, what would you say to the Taoiseach if you had his phone number, two women speak about losing babies through...
Seven Days - March 30th, 2014
The fallout from the shock resignation of Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan and the subsequent revelations of secret recording of phone calls at Garda stations around the country, the subject of near death experiences with author Colm Keane, Republic...
Seven Days - March 23rd, 2014
Gardaí tackle drug dealers targeting Kerry schools, why aren't there more stay-at-home dads, calls for the Garda commissioner to withdraw his remark describing garda whistle blowers as disgusting & public meetings are held to discuss crime concerns in...
Seven Days - March 9th, 2014
The scurge of gambling in our society, Finance minister Michael Noonan says the financial crisis is almost over, why are men obsessed with Premier League soccer and Kerry still pointless in the National Football League
Seven Days - March 2nd, 2014
Kerry postmaster travels to Dublin to demonstrate outside the Dail, is it cruel or kind to give blunt advice to a friend, what on earth do Freemasons get up to in their secret lodges and a Ballylongofrd man who helped his neighbours during the storms...
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