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Rooftop Cafe for Ladies View

The owner of a cafe at Ladies View Kilarney has been given permission to add a rooftop extension overlooking the famous lakes.

An Bord Pleanala has approved a planning application from Raymond O'Shea despite an objection from the National Roads Authority which claimed that the addition would result in higher traffic volumes.

Dutch Farmers Woo in Ireland



 More than four million TV viewers across the Netherlands tuned in to Dublin – when the city featured on one of the country’s most popular reality TV shows, called Boer Zoekt Vrouw (meaning ‘Farmer seeks a wife’).
 The long-running dating programme for farmers in search of a wife is hugely popular in the Netherlands. It attracts more than four million viewers per episode – with many more fans chatting online about the show. Tourism Ireland in Amsterdam secured the popular show for Dublin, supported by an excellent itinerary designed by Fáilte Ireland.
 The reality show tracks the lives of single farmers meeting a number of potential partners and then bringing their ‘favourite’ on a dream date to a foreign location – in this case Dublin. The episode was filmed here last November and featured the couple enjoying a romantic break at Clontarf Castle Hotel, visiting Howth village and Howth Summit, and walking around Dublin city centre.
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Receiver at Derrynane Hotel

Grant Thornton has been appointed as. Receiver at the Derrynane Hotel in Kerry according to a report in the Sunday Times.

The report says that the receiver has been appointed by  Bank of Ireland which is owed eur3.2m

The 50 bedroom three star hotel and right holiday homes are owned by Jerry Reilly former owner of Aghadoe Heights Hotel  in Killarney

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