Liam Colleran and Aoife Doran performing their winning tango at Strictly Come Dancing in the INEC.
Michael O’Connor saves his newborn twin lambs from the traffic and the floods in the Black Valley.
Marc Ó Sé and Aidan O’Mahony after Kerry’s defeat by Dublin in the All-Ireland Football Semi-Final.
Mairead Dowling, Sarah Morris and Niamh Kenny celebrate their Leaving Certificate results.
At the Dingle Races at Ballintaggart Racecourse.
Kerry fans Caolam and Lee Moriarty, Tarbert, at the All-Ireland Senior Football Quarter-Final at Croke Park.
Enjoying Ladies Day at Killarney Races were Norma Moriarty, Denise Moriarty and Clare O’Leary.
Baby Jayden arrived five weeks early in the front seat of his dad’s 2003 VW Passat, pictured with parents Rebecca Cremin and Owen Reen.
Twelve-year-old Mossie Costello won the U13 Rookie Category in the John McGann Memorial Perpetual Shield.
Jay Steadman, who was rescued from a sinkhole after the alarm was raised by his cousin Erika Lynch (right) and his sister Kaia Steadman.
Cinematographer PJ Dillon from Listowel, who has worked on Game of Thrones, gave a workshop to students of the ETB Broadcast Production Skills course in Tralee.
A recreation of the 1916 West Kerry Volunteer march from Ballyferriter to Tralee to meet the Aud, Roibeárd Ó Brosnacháin, Seosaimh Ó Conchúir, Seán Ó Lúing and Seamus Mac Gearailt.
Anna Pokojska, Killarney, who is waiting on a kidney transplant, with her daughter Daria, who cut her ponytail off to help raise funds for the Irish Kidney Foundation.
Mags O’Sullivan, who swam under the ice in Antarctica.
Dylan Falvey, Jordan Doggin and Conor Murphy of Tralee Boxing Club, before the Katie Taylor v Queen Underwood fight in the Brandon Hotel.
Catherine Stack from Tinahalla, Milltown celebrating her 100th Birthday.
Siuna Hurley at the launch of the Kerry Rose of Tralee selection in the Ballyroe Hotel.
Templenoe celebrate their victory over Ardnaree Sarsfields in the Junior All-Ireland Football Final at Croke Park.
Angela Dillon, Lyreacrompane, and baby Louise, who was the first baby born on New Years Day 2016 at Tralee General Hospital.
Betty Crosbie, from The Children of Chernobyl Charity, looking at a picture of the first ever family from Chernobyl that stayed in Killarney nearly 30 years ago.