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# kerry babies
Exhumation of Baby John could give gardaí final piece of the DNA puzzle to solve 1984 mystery
A DNA sample from Baby John will be cross referenced with 2018 samples from the community.
# kerry babies
'The Kerry Babies case was a clash of traditional and new modern Ireland'
We relook at the Kerry Babies case, in the wake of yesterday’s news that Joanne Hayes is seeking the High Court to declare that all findings of wrongdoing made against her by a Tribunal were incorrect.
# Coronavirus
Charlie Flanagan apologises to Cahersiveen locals and residents in Direct Provision centre
There have been a number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 at the centre since April.
# Keane And Able
New man in charge! Kerry confirm appointment of Keane as senior football boss
The Cahersiveen native was ratified at a Kerry county board meeting tonight.
# cahersiveen
Bodies of three men recovered from sunken vessel in Kerry
The three men were the only casualties and people aboard the vessel.
# Kerry
Man to appear in court over fatal stabbing of 33-year-old man in Cahersiveen
It happened at around 4.35am yesterday at Fertha Drive in Cahersiveen.
# cahersiveen
Man (33) dies after being stabbed in Kerry
A 30-year-old man has been arrested.
# cahersiveen
There is more than one apology due over the abysmal Kerry Babies saga
But one is all we’re likely to get.
# 1980s Ireland
After 34 years, gardaí have apologised to Joanne Hayes over the Kerry Babies case
Gardáí have appealed to anyone who lived in the area in early 1984 to come forward with any information.
# cahersiveen
Victims support group angry at decision to delay farmer's driving ban to give him time to find a ‘nice woman’
Noel O’Callaghan, vice-chairperson of the Irish Road Victims Association, said the decision sent out “all the wrong signals to people”.