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#VIDEO Taoiseach hosts Limerick Fine Gael meeting amid growing water protests

#VIDEO Taoiseach hosts Limerick Fine Gael meeting amid growing water protests

Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie UPWARDS of 200 protestors gathered outside a Limerick hotel hosting a Fine Gael regional meeting attended by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny this Monday evening. Despite a strong garda presence of over 60 uniformed officers, anti water charge protestors are continuing their campaign against the introduction of the new fees despite the recent Government […]

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€590,000 under gavel for 170-unit site

€590,000 under gavel for 170-unit site

ALL Limerick commercial lots in the most recent auction held by REA O’Connor Murrphy chartered surveyors sold, with €590,000 being paid for the final and largest. This is a development site of 15 acres off the Old Cork Road with PP secured for 170 houses. There were four bidders. Managing director Michael O’Connor of the […]

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#video Flying elves add sparkle to Limerick Christmas lights

#video Flying elves add sparkle to Limerick Christmas lights

CHRISTMAS was magically unwrapped in Limerick on Sunday with the most enchanting ever switching-on of the city’s festive lights to a captivated 12,000 attendance in the city centre. Children and parents from across the city, neighbouring counties and even up the West coast and Dublin watched on in wonder at the unfolding launch of the […]

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#VIDEO Taoiseach hosts Limerick Fine Gael meeting amid growing water protests

#VIDEO Taoiseach hosts Limerick Fine Gael meeting amid growing water protests

Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie UPWARDS of 200 protestors gathered outside a Limerick hotel hosting a Fine Gael regional meeting attended by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny this Monday evening. Despite a strong garda presence of over 60 uniformed officers, anti water charge protestors are continuing their campaign against the introduction of the new fees despite the recent Government […]

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€590,000 under gavel for 170-unit site

€590,000 under gavel for 170-unit site

ALL Limerick commercial lots in the most recent auction held by REA O’Connor Murrphy chartered surveyors sold, with €590,000 being paid for the final and largest. This is a development site of 15 acres off the Old Cork Road with PP secured for 170 houses. There were four bidders. Managing director Michael O’Connor of the […]

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House attacks under investigation.

House attacks under investigation.

Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie A PIPE-bomb attack is under investigation in Limerick after a suspected device was thrown through the window of a home in Garryowen over the weekend. A suspect device was thrown into a house on West Singland Road, Garryowen shortly before noon on Saturday. The house was occupied at the time but all […]

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SPORT

Pictures – Kilmallock claim Munster hurling crown

Pictures – Kilmallock claim Munster hurling crown

Related posts: Limerick claim Munster Hurling Championship Crown LIMERICK are the 2013 Munster Senior Hurling champions. John Allen’s… Limerick win Munster Minor Hurling Crown LIMERICK hurling has secured the Munster double. For the first… Na Piarsaigh claim county crown NA PIARSAIGH are the county senior hurling champions for the… Limerick claim Division 2 crown THE […]

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Ireland to face Barbarians at Thomond Park

Ireland to face Barbarians at Thomond Park

The Irish Rugby Football Union and The Barbarian Football Club today confirmed that they will play a match at Thomond Park, Limerick on Thursday, May 28, 2015 (19.45).  The fixture forms part of the Barbarians’ Summer Tour, which also features a game against England at Twickenham on Sunday, May 31. 2015 marks the 125th anniversary […]

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HRI News – Hurricane Fly Back With A Bang

HRI News – Hurricane Fly Back With A Bang

The remarkable Hurricane Fly won his 20th Grade 1 race when storming to a two-and-a-quarter length success over champion hurdler Jezki in the Stanjames.com Morgiana Hurdle at Punchestown on Sunday. The much-loved ten-year-old was winning the race for the third successive year and connections can be optimistic that he will remain competitive at the highest […]

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LIFESTYLE

Swing doors fan Jack’s giant beanstalk

Swing doors fan Jack’s giant beanstalk

by Rose Rushe ‘TWAS a starry line up in regal dress for the roll out of news of ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’, this year’s pantomime by University Concert Hall and Robert C Kelly. And its mostly Queenly note has since departed: Adele King (Twink) was struck off the billboard due to “contractual and artistic differences”. […]

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The music hall tones of Joyce

The music hall tones of Joyce

by Rose Rushe LUNCHtime Theatre at Savoy Hotel for late November is ‘Songs of Joyce’, devised and performed by Darina Gallagher and Sinead Murphy. This is billed as a “musical extravaganza” from Joyce’s works, a soundscape of his Dublin through parlour songs, music hall, bawdy ballads and folk. This Thursday 27 at 1pm and 6pm; […]

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The Coronas to play Dolan’s Dec 2

The Coronas to play Dolan’s Dec 2

The Coronas will play Dolan’s Warehouse on Tuesday December 2 celebrating the release of new album ‘The Long Way’. The first album for Island Records UK, the band’s new label. The show is just one of three “small shows” the band are doing in December. The Coronas will also play small shows in Cork and […]

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ENTERTAINMENT

The music hall tones of Joyce

The music hall tones of Joyce

by Rose Rushe LUNCHtime Theatre at Savoy Hotel for late November is ‘Songs of Joyce’, devised and performed by Darina Gallagher and Sinead Murphy. This is billed as a “musical extravaganza” from Joyce’s works, a soundscape of his Dublin through parlour songs, music hall, bawdy ballads and folk. This Thursday 27 at 1pm and 6pm; […]

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The Coronas to play Dolan’s Dec 2

The Coronas to play Dolan’s Dec 2

The Coronas will play Dolan’s Warehouse on Tuesday December 2 celebrating the release of new album ‘The Long Way’. The first album for Island Records UK, the band’s new label. The show is just one of three “small shows” the band are doing in December. The Coronas will also play small shows in Cork and […]

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Noel Coward features in Four Plays

Noel Coward features in Four Plays

BOTTOM Dog continues its series of ‘read-only’ plays at No. 1 Pery Hotel & Spa on Sunday nights this weekend, Sunday 23 at 8pm. With war the theme in the light of WW1’s 100 year anniversary and Armistice Day falling in November, Noel Coward’s ‘Post Mortem’ is the feature. Coward and a cast with Marie […]

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PHOTOS

Pictures – Kilmallock claim Munster hurling crown

Pictures – Kilmallock claim Munster hurling crown

Related posts: Limerick claim Munster Hurling Championship Crown LIMERICK are the 2013 Munster Senior Hurling champions. John Allen’s… Limerick win Munster Minor Hurling Crown LIMERICK hurling has secured the Munster double. For the first… Na Piarsaigh claim county crown NA PIARSAIGH are the county senior hurling champions for the… Limerick claim Division 2 crown THE […]

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‘A Night to Remember’ is revealed

‘A Night to Remember’ is revealed

Related posts: Making it ‘A Night to Remember’ ANNUAL supporters of the mighty ‘A Night to Remember’ concert… A noise to remember LAST Friday night, Munster rugby supporters were treated to yet… After Dark – Burns’ Night at Bobby Byrnes Bar LAST Saturday 25, the tenth annual Robbie Burns Night took… Remembered Joys for Limerick […]

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Climbing castle ramparts with Jack, Jill and beanstalk

Climbing castle ramparts with Jack, Jill and beanstalk

Related posts: Jack and his gigantic beanstalk NEWS of Centrestage’s Chrstimas panto ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ was… Surprise cameos for Jack The Beanstalk BELLTABLE’s ‘Jack & the Beanstalk’ became the first panto to… Shadow puppetry enhances Jack’s Beanstalk world WITH the combined heft of Richie Ryan director, Mike Finn… Happy Faces Day for Jack & […]

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Other Recent Stories

#VIDEO Taoiseach hosts Limerick Fine Gael meeting amid growing water protests

#VIDEO Taoiseach hosts Limerick Fine Gael meeting amid growing water protests

| November 24, 2014

Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie UPWARDS of 200 protestors gathered outside a Limerick hotel hosting a Fine Gael regional meeting attended by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny this Monday evening. Despite a strong garda presence of over 60 uniformed officers, anti water charge protestors are continuing their campaign against the introduction of the new fees despite the recent Government […]

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€590,000 under gavel for 170-unit site

€590,000 under gavel for 170-unit site

| November 24, 2014

ALL Limerick commercial lots in the most recent auction held by REA O’Connor Murrphy chartered surveyors sold, with €590,000 being paid for the final and largest. This is a development site of 15 acres off the Old Cork Road with PP secured for 170 houses. There were four bidders. Managing director Michael O’Connor of the […]

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#video Flying elves add sparkle to Limerick Christmas lights

#video Flying elves add sparkle to Limerick Christmas lights

| November 24, 2014

CHRISTMAS was magically unwrapped in Limerick on Sunday with the most enchanting ever switching-on of the city’s festive lights to a captivated 12,000 attendance in the city centre. Children and parents from across the city, neighbouring counties and even up the West coast and Dublin watched on in wonder at the unfolding launch of the […]

Continue Reading

Swing doors fan Jack’s giant beanstalk

Swing doors fan Jack’s giant beanstalk

| November 24, 2014

by Rose Rushe ‘TWAS a starry line up in regal dress for the roll out of news of ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’, this year’s pantomime by University Concert Hall and Robert C Kelly. And its mostly Queenly note has since departed: Adele King (Twink) was struck off the billboard due to “contractual and artistic differences”. […]

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The music hall tones of Joyce

The music hall tones of Joyce

| November 24, 2014

by Rose Rushe LUNCHtime Theatre at Savoy Hotel for late November is ‘Songs of Joyce’, devised and performed by Darina Gallagher and Sinead Murphy. This is billed as a “musical extravaganza” from Joyce’s works, a soundscape of his Dublin through parlour songs, music hall, bawdy ballads and folk. This Thursday 27 at 1pm and 6pm; […]

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