Welcome to The Dingle News – the Dingle Peninsula's dedicated online newspaper. The Dingle News strives to offer a unique insight into the culture and rich heritage of this world-famous Peninsula in the south-west of Ireland, a place which tripadvisor.com rated in its Top 20 'places in the world to visit'. Here you will find news, events, visitor information, business and services information and much more. We hope you enjoy it and welcome all feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Dingle Peninsula,"the most beautiful place on Earth" - National Geographic
Pictured: Dingle on New Year's Eve (image: Niamh Holden)
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Dingle Business Chamber host a thrilling display of Fireworks at the Marina every New Year's Eve followed by a street festival with the Dingle Fife & Drum Band and a live digital countdown at the Mall Bridge at midnight
Winter Solstice, Dingle, Ireland. Filmed by Ciara McKenna.
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