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Molly Martens denies killing Limerick man Jason Corbett

Molly Martens denies killing Limerick man Jason Corbett

Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie MOLLY Martens and her father have pleaded NOT guilty this Wednesday to the charges of second degree murder and the voluntary manslaughter of Limerickman Jason Corbett at his North Carolina home last August. The 32-year-old second wife of Jason, together with her father, Thomas Martens (65) – a former FBI agent – were […]

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Calls to make home economics mandatory in schools – RAI

Calls to make home economics mandatory in schools – RAI

Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie CALLS that home economics should become compulsory in secondary schools as local Limerick students reach the finals of the Super Chef cookery competition. President of the Irish Restaurants association, Anthony Gray, has called for home economics to become compulsory in schools as it is the only second-level subject on the curriculum which exposes […]

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Search for Gussie continues 16 years on

Search for Gussie continues 16 years on

AENGUS ‘Gussie’ Shanahan has been missing from Limerick since for 16 years after he was last seen on February 11, 2000 having left a Limerick city bar. Aengus, better known as ‘Gussie’ is the youngest in a family of four and lived with his parents Bob and Nancy at Ashbrook, Ennis road, Limerick. He was an […]

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BREAKING NEWS

Molly Martens denies killing Limerick man Jason Corbett

Molly Martens denies killing Limerick man Jason Corbett

Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie MOLLY Martens and her father have pleaded NOT guilty this Wednesday to the charges of second degree murder and the voluntary manslaughter of Limerickman Jason Corbett at his North Carolina home last August. The 32-year-old second wife of Jason, together with her father, Thomas Martens (65) – a former FBI agent – were […]

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Oil spill in Limerick

Oil spill in Limerick

Limerick City and County Council is advising motorists to exercise caution due to a 60 kilometre long oil spill from Abbeyfeale in West Limerick to Limerick City.  Council crews and Limerick Fire & Rescue Service are working to deal with the incident.

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Garda appeal for witnesses following fatal crash

Garda appeal for witnesses following fatal crash

GARDAI are appealing for witnesses following a fatal crash at Gooig in Castleconnell on Sunday morning last. Shortly after 6:15am on Sunday morning, a male pedestrian in his 40s was struck by a car and fatally injured at the scene. The driver of the car was uninjured and the man’s body was taken to the University […]

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SPORT

Paul O’Connell Statement on Retirement

Paul O’Connell Statement on Retirement

It is with deep regret that I have decided to retire from professional rugby following medical advice.  I would like to take this opportunity to thank all at Rugby Club Toulonnais for their understanding and support over the past few months. Since sustaining the injury at the World Cup I have been fully focused on […]

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Rugby – Zebo to stay at Munster for two more years

Rugby – Zebo to stay at Munster for two more years

MUNSTER and the IRFU have today confirmed that Simon Zebo has signed a two year deal that will see him remain with the province until at least June 2018. Zebo is the latest of an international trio to commit their future to the province with fellow backs Keith Earls and Conor Murray already putting pen to paper last […]

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Opinion – Nothing ‘Dodged’

Opinion – Nothing ‘Dodged’

CROKE PARK tunnel, 2007. Limerick players depart the dressing room and make their way to the bus. The team had just been defeated by 7 points in the All Ireland final against Kilkenny. This hack holds his dictaphone, almost hoping that no one wants to speak to the media, but also aware that he has […]

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LIFESTYLE

Full Set album launch

Full Set album launch

TRAD group FullSet will launch their new album at Dolan’s on Saturday February 13. FullSet have been touring around Europe and North America for the past 12 months. The sextet has a long affinity with Limerick, several members met while studying at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance. All are looking forward to […]

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#video Changing Trains

#video Changing Trains

  Changing Trains – ‘Let Me Breathe’ Changing Trains have released their second single, ‘Let Me Breathe’ from their album with a remix by producer Sixth Floor View. ‘Let Me Breathe’ is dark story which references the trial and condemnation of Galileo Galilei by Roman Catholic Inquisition in 1633 and how it relates to modern […]

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Dirty Circus returns

Dirty Circus returns

Galway burlesque cabaret The Dirty Circus returns to Limerick City for more saucy shenanigans this weekend. Dolan’s will be the host a night of all things burlesque and cabaret, with Valentine’s tricks to excite. The Dirty Circus started in Galway four years ago and has grown every year. Each show produced is unique and playing […]

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ENTERTAINMENT

Full Set album launch

Full Set album launch

TRAD group FullSet will launch their new album at Dolan’s on Saturday February 13. FullSet have been touring around Europe and North America for the past 12 months. The sextet has a long affinity with Limerick, several members met while studying at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance. All are looking forward to […]

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#video Changing Trains

#video Changing Trains

  Changing Trains – ‘Let Me Breathe’ Changing Trains have released their second single, ‘Let Me Breathe’ from their album with a remix by producer Sixth Floor View. ‘Let Me Breathe’ is dark story which references the trial and condemnation of Galileo Galilei by Roman Catholic Inquisition in 1633 and how it relates to modern […]

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Dirty Circus returns

Dirty Circus returns

Galway burlesque cabaret The Dirty Circus returns to Limerick City for more saucy shenanigans this weekend. Dolan’s will be the host a night of all things burlesque and cabaret, with Valentine’s tricks to excite. The Dirty Circus started in Galway four years ago and has grown every year. Each show produced is unique and playing […]

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PHOTOS

Launch of ‘Adventure: Capital’, home from Venice

Launch of ‘Adventure: Capital’, home from Venice

THE night of Thursday 21 at Limerick City Gallery of Art was a major one for visual arts, and for Limerick. This week saw the coming home of Ireland’s work for the 56th Venice Biennale which took place in Autumn. 400,000+ people took the time and interest to pursue its many parts in Italy – […]

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GAA – Donal O’Grady – A career in photos

GAA – Donal O’Grady – A career in photos

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The Alvin Purple Experience Christmas Party Part I

The Alvin Purple Experience Christmas Party Part I

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Molly Martens denies killing Limerick man Jason Corbett

Molly Martens denies killing Limerick man Jason Corbett

| February 10, 2016

Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie MOLLY Martens and her father have pleaded NOT guilty this Wednesday to the charges of second degree murder and the voluntary manslaughter of Limerickman Jason Corbett at his North Carolina home last August. The 32-year-old second wife of Jason, together with her father, Thomas Martens (65) – a former FBI agent – were […]

Continue Reading

Full Set album launch

Full Set album launch

| February 10, 2016

TRAD group FullSet will launch their new album at Dolan’s on Saturday February 13. FullSet have been touring around Europe and North America for the past 12 months. The sextet has a long affinity with Limerick, several members met while studying at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance. All are looking forward to […]

Continue Reading

#video Changing Trains

#video Changing Trains

| February 10, 2016

  Changing Trains – ‘Let Me Breathe’ Changing Trains have released their second single, ‘Let Me Breathe’ from their album with a remix by producer Sixth Floor View. ‘Let Me Breathe’ is dark story which references the trial and condemnation of Galileo Galilei by Roman Catholic Inquisition in 1633 and how it relates to modern […]

Continue Reading

Calls to make home economics mandatory in schools – RAI

Calls to make home economics mandatory in schools – RAI

| February 10, 2016

Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie CALLS that home economics should become compulsory in secondary schools as local Limerick students reach the finals of the Super Chef cookery competition. President of the Irish Restaurants association, Anthony Gray, has called for home economics to become compulsory in schools as it is the only second-level subject on the curriculum which exposes […]

Continue Reading

Dirty Circus returns

Dirty Circus returns

| February 10, 2016

Galway burlesque cabaret The Dirty Circus returns to Limerick City for more saucy shenanigans this weekend. Dolan’s will be the host a night of all things burlesque and cabaret, with Valentine’s tricks to excite. The Dirty Circus started in Galway four years ago and has grown every year. Each show produced is unique and playing […]

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