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Last night.

In Killarney, Co Kerry.

Hall of Images Photography tweetz:

“Out for star trails last night but plagued by an overly bright moon! The fire in Killarney National Park can clearly be seen and was burning for hours!”

Meanwhile, last night…

Portuguese man o ‘war found on Fanore Beach, Co Clare

The Big Jellyfish Hunt writez on Facebook:

Over the weekend we have had very large numbers of Portuguese man o ‘war washing up. 100s reported washed up on many different beaches.

Observations are still mostly from the south coast (Cork and Kerry) but we have more activity along the west (Clare to Mayo) and a few reports from the southeast (Wexford).

Please continue to submit records on the National Biodiversity Data Centre jellyfish sightings page so we can track numbers. Many thanks.

Jellyfish can be recorded here

The Big Jellyfish Hunt

Risk of stinging: ‘Phenomenal’ numbers of deadly Portuguese man-of-war jellyfish wash up on beaches (Independent.ie)

Pics: Burren Shores

Ah here.

Via Nutmeg tees:

In true Nutmeg fashion we’ve gone above and beyond to create the new shirt.
Well we got up as far as an attic in Mastergeehy Co. Kerry and found the long forgotten shirts of 1982.  We felt they needed to be aired and given a new lease of life. We only made one small amendment to them. UP THE DUBS.

Fight!

Joe Collins writes:

Nutmeg has been designing tees for nearly 20 years now and always with a twist.

The Lost Tee (Nutmeg)

 

This morning/afternoon

Via Radio Kerry:

It’s understood the allegations relate to the Killarney Electoral Area…

The allegations centre on the charge that a person gathered up forms for applications to the supplementary register of electors, got them signed by members of the public, and then may have had an individual Garda stamp them without being in the presence of the people the forms relate to.

Preliminary enquiries into allegations of interference with Kerry’s Supplementary Register of voters (Radio Kerry)

Pic: Rollingnews

Radio Kerry‘s Jerry O’Sullivan writes:

Like all journalists I have been told lots of stories over the years of polling card and voting  shenanigans on various election days in Kerry – this one seems to have more substance to it…