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Gok Wan and Danielle Mahon Fashion and Beauty Collective

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Ladies! Gok Wan is back by popular demand across Ireland!

BUY TICKETS:  www.gokwan-daniellemahon.com

This time round Gok is teaming with one of Irelands leading and award-winning Makeup Artists, Danielle Mahon, and they are set to bring you the ultimate Fashion and Beauty Collective!  Visiting Sligo, Cork & Dublin these very special events will be packed full of their expert tips, demo’s, catwalk shows, a delicious afternoon tea, amazing prizes PLUS one lucky audience member will be picked out by the man himself for a very special Gok Wan/Danielle Mahon Makeover on the day!

Gok returns to Ireland this Spring 2018, teaming up with his favorite Makeup Artist – Danielle Mahon – to bring you a jam-packed day of fun, fashion and everything beauty.

Showcasing his picks of the very best and bang on fashion trends; including those available right on your door step in Ireland. ‘Aunty’ Gok will be, in his own inimitable style, hosting two catwalk shows at each event - bringing your wardrobe right up to date!

One lucky audience member will be picked at the show for a special Gok Wan/Danielle Mahon Makeover on the day!

The beauty section, sponsored by Shiseido Ireland, features easy-to-replicate makeup demos and real beauty tips from award-winning Danielle Mahon who will help you look the very best version of yourself.

Enjoy a delicious afternoon tea with your friends, and you may just win one of the Amazing Prizes up for grabs during this fun-packed day - including a holiday from Sunrise Holidays.ie

Everyone leaves with a Luxury Goody bag worth over €250 from Shiseido, Sleek makeup, Catwalk HQ tan, NIMA brushes, 7th heaven, Moroccan Oil, and super spot prizes on the day.

Plus a group photo with Gok Wan and Danielle Mahon for a special souvenir of this sensational day!

Shows:

Tickets are €125.  Doors 10:30 am - 4:00 pm

Saturday 21st April 2018        Clontarf Castle, Dublin

Sunday 22nd April 2018          Rochestown Park Hotel, Cork

Sunday 24th June 2018            Clayton Hotel, Sligo

You can buy tickets at:  www.gokwan-daniellemahon.com

 

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Future Kerry railway plans revealed

By Sean Moriarty Elected members of Kerry County Council have led calls for Iarnród Éireann’s timetable to fall into line with airline schedule at Kerry Airport. On Monday of this week Barry Kenny of Iarnród Éireann gave a presentation to elected members of the council. During the meeting he outlined some of the railway company’s plans […]

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By Sean Moriarty

Elected members of Kerry County Council have led calls for Iarnród Éireann’s timetable to fall into line with airline schedule at Kerry Airport.

On Monday of this week Barry Kenny of Iarnród Éireann gave a presentation to elected members of the council.

During the meeting he outlined some of the railway company’s plans and ambitions from now until 2027.

These include an increase in frequency on the Tralee to Mallow line.

It is hoped to have one train an hour operating on the line at peak times and two-hourly off-peak.

In a perfect world, the rail station at Farranfore would be placed across the road from the airport and not a 1km walk away but such a move is not likely to happen.

Cllr Norma Moriarty, of the Kenmare Municipal District explained how she was on trip to Yorkshire a few years ago.

“I flew from Kerry to Manchester and was able to get a connecting train to Yorkshire without ever leaving the airport building,” she said. “The people I was visiting were very surprised to hear me talk about this so much – it is normal to them.”

Under the Strategy 2027 plan Killarney rail station will get repainted and new signs will be put in place during 2022.

Additional parking spaces will be created at Farranfore Railway station and this lead to calls for a similar expansion at Rathmore.

“A lot of people from South Kerry use Rathmore railway station,” said local councillor Niall Kelleher. “They drive up from Kenmare and cut across by Glenflesk.”

Mr Kenny said he would take the Rathmore comments back to the Iarnród Éireann engineer in charge of parking strategy.

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Walking and cycling projects set for upgrade 

Commuters and nature enthusiasts will benefit from €4.13m in funding allocated to Kerry County Council for walking and cycling projects. €350,000 has been allocated for Transport/Mobility Plans for Killarney, Tralee and Listowel. Locally €704,835 is being given towards an interconnected network of cycleways on Rock Road, while there’s €70,000 funding for the Deerpark Road/Gealscoil Junction to include […]

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Commuters and nature enthusiasts will benefit from €4.13m in funding allocated to Kerry County Council for walking and cycling projects.

€350,000 has been allocated for Transport/Mobility Plans for Killarney, Tralee and Listowel.

Locally €704,835 is being given towards an interconnected network of cycleways on Rock Road, while there’s €70,000 funding for the Deerpark Road/Gealscoil Junction to include an interconnected network of cycleways. €300,000 is planned for an interconnected network of cycleways for the Gaelscoil Road/Chestnut Drive area, while The Flesk Walkway and Cycleway, Killarney is to get €123,866, as well as a further €186,527 for Rock Road.

Deputy Government Chief Whip, Brendan Griffin TD has said the funding from the National Transport Authority (NTA) will deliver high quality upgrades to walking and cycling infrastructure, with sustainable transport modes vital as the county emerges from the pandemic.

“I am pleased that Kerry County Council has been awarded funding which is part of an overall total of €289 million for approximately 1,200 Active Travel projects across the country,” Deputy Griffin said.

“Ensuring we have a good and efficient transport system in Kerry is essential for the future as we aim to make our communities and town centres more vibrant, in addition to making commuting to work and school safer and easier. Over the past two years we have spent more time enjoying our outdoor amenities and investing in active travel will also help us to meet our climate change obligations.”

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