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Emergency services scrambled to double hoax call

Emergency services scrambled to double hoax call

Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie A HOAX caller forced all Limerick’s emergency services to respond to two hoax incidents in Limerick this Saturday morning. Emergency services were scrambled to attend an alert that a woman was supposedly seen entering the water at Thomond Bridge during the early morning. At around 7:30am this Saturday, Emergency Services in Limerick […]

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#thankspaulie as plaudits flow for Limerick rugby hero

#thankspaulie as plaudits flow for Limerick rugby hero

AS RUGBY legend and Limerick hero Paul O’Connell embarks upon the early stages of his retirement and with many options and decisions to come, tribute videos and memories are being shared throughout social media. This is one of the latest such videos to surface. Enjoy and #thankspaulie

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Plane diverted to Shannon after passenger dies on Amman bound flight

Plane diverted to Shannon after passenger dies on Amman bound flight

GARDAI are treating the death of a man on flight that was diverted to Shannon as a case of sudden death. On Thursday morning, a Royal Jordanian flight had left O’Hare International Airport bound for Amman when crew alerted air traffic controllers Shannon Airport that there was an emergency on board the flight. Flight crew […]

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Emergency services scrambled to double hoax call

Emergency services scrambled to double hoax call

Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie A HOAX caller forced all Limerick’s emergency services to respond to two hoax incidents in Limerick this Saturday morning. Emergency services were scrambled to attend an alert that a woman was supposedly seen entering the water at Thomond Bridge during the early morning. At around 7:30am this Saturday, Emergency Services in Limerick […]

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Plane diverted to Shannon after passenger dies on Amman bound flight

Plane diverted to Shannon after passenger dies on Amman bound flight

GARDAI are treating the death of a man on flight that was diverted to Shannon as a case of sudden death. On Thursday morning, a Royal Jordanian flight had left O’Hare International Airport bound for Amman when crew alerted air traffic controllers Shannon Airport that there was an emergency on board the flight. Flight crew […]

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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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SPORT

#thankspaulie as plaudits flow for Limerick rugby hero

#thankspaulie as plaudits flow for Limerick rugby hero

AS RUGBY legend and Limerick hero Paul O’Connell embarks upon the early stages of his retirement and with many options and decisions to come, tribute videos and memories are being shared throughout social media. This is one of the latest such videos to surface. Enjoy and #thankspaulie

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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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LIFESTYLE

Renowned choirs for Limerick Choral Festival

Renowned choirs for Limerick Choral Festival

CHORAL music lovers of this city, rejoice, and look to your cathedrals and churches for the joy of public performance over three days of Ireland’s finest in sacred music. We write of Limerick Choral Festival, opening on Friday February 26 with the stunning voices of the boys of Palestrina Choir. From St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral to […]

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Kaleidoscope cabaret kickstarts Limerick Literary Festival

Kaleidoscope cabaret kickstarts Limerick Literary Festival

HOT TIP for an event taking place during Limerick Literary Festival. Kaleidoscope Night will open on Thursday February 25, the festival’s first night and the concept is ‘salon concert series’. Established seven years ago, apparently Kaleidoscope is a monthly hit in Dublin with curated programmes of classical and other genres of music. Belltable will be […]

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Jeffo Nesta for Kasbah

Jeffo Nesta for Kasbah

JEFFO Nesta (aka Jeff O’Neill) is a singer/songwriter from Ballynanty. His album ‘Circus Dances’ features reggae, rock and folk songs and have been a regular feature on radio shows across Europe and the U.S. and is currently available to download from iTunes. Jeff told Limerick Post, “I have Pat Byrne on bass, Ben Wanders on […]

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ENTERTAINMENT

Renowned choirs for Limerick Choral Festival

Renowned choirs for Limerick Choral Festival

CHORAL music lovers of this city, rejoice, and look to your cathedrals and churches for the joy of public performance over three days of Ireland’s finest in sacred music. We write of Limerick Choral Festival, opening on Friday February 26 with the stunning voices of the boys of Palestrina Choir. From St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral to […]

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Kaleidoscope cabaret kickstarts Limerick Literary Festival

Kaleidoscope cabaret kickstarts Limerick Literary Festival

HOT TIP for an event taking place during Limerick Literary Festival. Kaleidoscope Night will open on Thursday February 25, the festival’s first night and the concept is ‘salon concert series’. Established seven years ago, apparently Kaleidoscope is a monthly hit in Dublin with curated programmes of classical and other genres of music. Belltable will be […]

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Jeffo Nesta for Kasbah

Jeffo Nesta for Kasbah

JEFFO Nesta (aka Jeff O’Neill) is a singer/songwriter from Ballynanty. His album ‘Circus Dances’ features reggae, rock and folk songs and have been a regular feature on radio shows across Europe and the U.S. and is currently available to download from iTunes. Jeff told Limerick Post, “I have Pat Byrne on bass, Ben Wanders on […]

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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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Emergency services scrambled to double hoax call

Emergency services scrambled to double hoax call

| February 13, 2016

Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie A HOAX caller forced all Limerick’s emergency services to respond to two hoax incidents in Limerick this Saturday morning. Emergency services were scrambled to attend an alert that a woman was supposedly seen entering the water at Thomond Bridge during the early morning. At around 7:30am this Saturday, Emergency Services in Limerick […]

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Renowned choirs for Limerick Choral Festival

Renowned choirs for Limerick Choral Festival

| February 13, 2016

CHORAL music lovers of this city, rejoice, and look to your cathedrals and churches for the joy of public performance over three days of Ireland’s finest in sacred music. We write of Limerick Choral Festival, opening on Friday February 26 with the stunning voices of the boys of Palestrina Choir. From St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral to […]

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#thankspaulie as plaudits flow for Limerick rugby hero

#thankspaulie as plaudits flow for Limerick rugby hero

| February 12, 2016

AS RUGBY legend and Limerick hero Paul O’Connell embarks upon the early stages of his retirement and with many options and decisions to come, tribute videos and memories are being shared throughout social media. This is one of the latest such videos to surface. Enjoy and #thankspaulie

Continue Reading

Plane diverted to Shannon after passenger dies on Amman bound flight

Plane diverted to Shannon after passenger dies on Amman bound flight

| February 12, 2016

GARDAI are treating the death of a man on flight that was diverted to Shannon as a case of sudden death. On Thursday morning, a Royal Jordanian flight had left O’Hare International Airport bound for Amman when crew alerted air traffic controllers Shannon Airport that there was an emergency on board the flight. Flight crew […]

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Kaleidoscope cabaret kickstarts Limerick Literary Festival

Kaleidoscope cabaret kickstarts Limerick Literary Festival

| February 12, 2016

HOT TIP for an event taking place during Limerick Literary Festival. Kaleidoscope Night will open on Thursday February 25, the festival’s first night and the concept is ‘salon concert series’. Established seven years ago, apparently Kaleidoscope is a monthly hit in Dublin with curated programmes of classical and other genres of music. Belltable will be […]

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