FENIT


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FENITFeira Nacional da Indústria Têxtil (Brazil)
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Sinn Fein TD, Martin Ferris, who lives in Fenit, said: "The parish and the wider community are horrified at the tragic death of Fr O'Donnchada.
The controversial clergyman has been spending the past few weeks in Fenit where he has been working on the trawler.
The rescue operation was launched on Tuesday night after the distressed dolphin was found by Breda McCarthy, who was walking her dog on Fenit Island.
The boat, which had just been refurbished, was towed into Fenit harbour in gale-force conditions.
He said: "We are sailing from Fenit to the US on February 16, travelling via the Canary Islands.
Mr Jeremy Daly, a 45-year-old fisherman, found the bottle in the sand in the south-western town of Fenit.
Devastated pals of the devoted mum held a memorial service for her on the beach in Fenit last night.
Officers from the Gardai and Kerry SPCA were shocked by the scenes they witnessed when they visited his land near Fenit, Co Kerry, following a string of anonymous complaints.
JP Brick from Fenit Lifeboat in Co Kerry said the crew launched in record time to pick the man out of the water and collect the child from the jetski.
The two started to investigate O'Sullivan in February after a string of anonymous phone calls from people worried and shocked about the state of things at the farm in Barrow West, near Fenit, Co Kerry.
Here is a county-by-county breakdown of the country's 76 Blue Flag beaches 2010: Kerry: 13 flags Derrynane, Ballinskelligs, White Strand-Caherciveen, Kells Bay, Rossbeigh, Inch, Vantry, Fenit, Banna, Ballyheigue, Magherabeg, Ballybunion North and Ballybunion South.
Mick was a deckhand when the ship got caught in a storm en route to Galway from Fenit in Co Kerry.