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KIFF 2020 Award Winners

Kerry International Film Festival have announced the winners for this year.   BEST INTERNATIONAL NARRATIVE…

WELCOME TO CONNECT

Welcome to CONNECT, Kerry’s newest publication, CONNECT will endeavour to keep the reader updated on everything local with contributors giving advice on Health, Beauty, Fashion, Dining out, Entertainment and lots more, We have interviews with real Kerry people and get an insight into their lives. It’s a lifestyle magazine with a little something for everyone to read. .

It is published monthly and will be available to pick up free in all good shops countywide. With 10000 copies distributed monthly if you are a business looking to promote your service, it’s the perfect one for you, and it will showcase your business to the wider Kerry readers covering the entire county. Connect is distributed to over 400 outlets monthly for the public to take home a copy and it is also the magazine of choice for a number of Hotel bedrooms, spas, restaurants and cafes.

EVENTS

Connect Hair and Beauty Awards 2020

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Connect Kerry Women in Business Awards 2019

Once again huge congrats to our award winners on the night and to all who…

Connect Ladies Lunch and Fashion Afternoon 2018

            

COVER STORY

The Rise and Rise of Marissa Carter

By Marisa Reidy SHE is one of the beauty industry’s most famous faces, with her self-tanning range ‘Cocoa Brown’ selling all over the world and being endorsed by some of the world’s…

Barry Geraghty – “I’ve achieved everything I’ve ever dreamt of”

By Marisa Reidy SEPTEMBER  in Kerry has always been synonymous with Listowel Races, but this year the atmosphere will be quite different with racing still expected to take place behind closed doors.…

Mary McCarthy – “My customers are my friends and I miss them terribly”

By Marisa Reidy IF ever you wanted to truly understand what the closure of rural pubs has meant to the publicans of Kerry, spend just five minutes with Mary McCarthy in Finuge…