Archive for December, 2008

Sales fever hits Limerick

Sales fever hits Limerick

| December 27, 2008

AFTER weeks of uncertainty, Limerick shoppers opened their purse strings in the days leading up to Christmas, much to the delight of retailers. And all indicators are that the New Year sales, which commence this Saturday, will again see shop tills clicking a merry tune.

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Richard has plans for Bridge St bar and George’s Quay

Richard has plans for Bridge St bar and George’s Quay

| December 26, 2008

BUSINESSMAN Richard Costello, has big plans for the redevelopment of a site consisting of the Bridge Bar, Bridge Street, and No 1 George’s Quay.   The proposed development consists of the redevelopment of a derelict site at No 1 George’s Quay, to provide for a two storey building which will include a ground floor delicatessen/sandwich […]

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Sinn Fein calls for defined guidelines

Sinn Fein calls for defined guidelines

| December 26, 2008

CLEAR and defined guidelines by local authorities engaged in the privatisation of services to ensure that no conflict of interest arises, has been called for by Mick The Quill Ryan, a spokesman for Republican Sinn Fein.  The chairman of RSF in the north side of Limerick, claimed there are concerns in relation to some aspects […]

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Sean South remembered

Sean South remembered

| December 26, 2008

THE annual Sean South commemoration takes place in Limerick on Sunday January 4, beginning at 1.45 pm with a march fromBedford Row to the Republican Plot in Mount St. Lawrence cemetery.

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Post Sport Christmas Quiz

Post Sport Christmas Quiz

| December 25, 2008

Check out the Limerick Post Sports Blog for our Christmas quiz and you could win Tissot watch from Keanes Jewellers worth 300 euro.  

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Limerick Post wishes all its readers a happy Christmas

Limerick Post wishes all its readers a happy Christmas

| December 25, 2008

The directors, management and staff take this opportunity to thank all our readers and advertisers for your support in 2008, and wish you all a safe and prosperous New Year.Our next full edition will be dated Saturday, January 10, 2009 and will be available on Thursday 8 January. May you all have a peaceful and […]

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Forget the turkey, try waterfowl and songbirds

Forget the turkey, try waterfowl and songbirds

| December 24, 2008

AN excellent way of banishing that anticlimax feeling after the build up to Christmas Day, is on offer from the Limerick branch of Birdwatch Ireland. Westfields Wetlands on the North Circular Road, is home to a diverse range of bird life, including a variety of waterfowl and songbirds. The site consists of a lake area […]

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Forecourt owner challenges Deputy Noonan

Forecourt owner challenges Deputy Noonan

| December 24, 2008

ALMOST 60 per cent of the garages surveyed two weeks ago by Deputy Michael Noonan have dropped the price of diesel below the one euro per litre selling price, and of those selling petrol above the one euro mark, 41 per cent have decreased the price.

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‘Let’s become loud and proud about Limerick”- McNamara

‘Let’s become loud and proud about Limerick”- McNamara

| December 24, 2008

Worried about lack of encouragement from public and private sector “LET Munster rugby and Thomond Park be our calling card around the world – let’s sell it the same way as Mancheter United and Old Trafford,”declares HSI boss Michael McNamara.

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McGahan Names His Strongest Squad

McGahan Names His Strongest Squad

| December 23, 2008

Tony McGahan has named his strongest possible squad for the trip to Galway at the weekend. All those involved against Clermont last time out are named in a squad that also includes Nick Williams who debuted for Munster last week in the game against Leinster A.

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