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There were smiles and celebrations today (Monday) at the Irish citizenship ceremonies in the INEC.

The Bashar family Waterford pictured at the citizenship ceremony in the INEC Killarney on Monday. Photo: Don MacMonagle

Helen Stonehouse Newcastle and her wife Niamh Feeney-Stonehouse Dublin and Siun pictured after receiving citizenship at the citizenship ceremony in the INEC Killarney on Monday. Photo: Don MacMonagle

New citizens arrive at the citizenship ceremony in the INEC Killarney on Monday. Photo: Don. MacMonagle

Helen Stonehouse Newcastle and her wife Niamh Feeney-Stonehouse Dublin and Siun pictured after receiving citizenship at the citizenship ceremony in the INEC Killarney on Monday. Photo: Don MacMonagle

New citizens of Ireland pictured taking the Oath at the citizenship ceremony in the INEC Killarney on Monday. Photo: Don MacMonagle

Private Warren Chauremootoo 22nd BN Finner Camp congratulated by Minister James Browne after receiving his citizenship at the citizenship ceremony in the INEC Killarney on Monday. Photo: Don MacMonagle

Private Warren Chauremootoo 22nd BN Finner Camp Ballyshannon with his sister Marie Vanessa Coffey and Minister James Browne after receiving his citizenship at the citizenship ceremony in the INEC Killarney on Monday. Photo: Don MacMonagle

Mikaely and Mihaila Gabriel from. Brazil pictured at the citizenship ceremony in the INEC Killarney on Monday. Photo: Don MacMonagle

Isabela and baby Riose Oczkos from Brazil pictured at the citizenship ceremony in the INEC Killarney on Monday. Photo: Don MacMonagle

Isabela and baby Riose Oczkos from Brazil pictured at the citizenship ceremony in the INEC Killarney on Monday. Photo: Don. MacMonagle

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Today and tomorrow around 3,500 from over 130 countries are to be conferred.

People from the UK, the US, India, Poland, Pakistan, Syria, Brazil and Nigeria were among those to receive their certificate of naturalisation.

'Young Offender' Demi Isaac Oviawe, best known for her role as Linda Walsh in the comedy ‘The Young Offenders’, was amongst those to receive her citizenship.
 

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Kerry v Cork match day parking

  Kerry take on Cork in the first round of the Munster Championship at Fitzgerald Stadium on Saturday. This glamour tie always attracts a huge crowd and Cork fans will […]

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Kerry take on Cork in the first round of the Munster Championship at Fitzgerald Stadium on Saturday.

This glamour tie always attracts a huge crowd and Cork fans will travel in their droves from the Rebel County.

As a result there will be parking restrictions and traffic disruptions in the town on Saturday afternoon.

“Please be aware that the town will be bustling with activity, and traffic congestion is expected. Some parking areas may reach capacity, so we recommend allowing extra time for your journey,” said a Garda spokesperson.

Parking will be available in the following areas near the stadium: New Street, The Glebe car park, Fair Hill car park, High Street, Rock Road car park and the Lewis Road car park.

Parking in the vicinity of Fitzgerald Stadium is reserved for residents with parking passes only.

For a full preview of the match turn to our Sports section on page 54

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Win tickets for Taylor Swift and support Palestine

Killarney For Palestine is raffling two tickets to a Taylor Swift concert in Edinburgh. The group is raising funds for the Halaq family who are known to Kerry Friends of […]

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Killarney For Palestine is raffling two tickets to a Taylor Swift concert in Edinburgh.

The group is raising funds for the Halaq family who are known to Kerry Friends of Palestine and who are currently displaced in tents in the Gaza Strip.

Their homes were destroyed in the city of Khan Younis by Israeli airstrikes.

“It currently costs between €5,000 and €6,000 per person to be evacuated from Gaza,” said Susan Larkin of Killarney For Palestine.

To be in with a chance of winning the tickets for the June 8 concert all you have to do is make a donation via the gofundme link below.

A minimum €5.00 donation ensures entry to the draw which will be made on April 24.

Link: https://www.gofundme.com/f/hx5ahx-help-my-children

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