Archive for June, 2009

New spin to  Roches Street’s fundraising

New spin to Roches Street’s fundraising

| June 25, 2009

2009 and its sea-changes have shaped the drive behind this year’s Roches Street Traders (RST) Festival and Art Competition. This, the ninth year of the September show and second of the children’s competition, was launched by the traders in Magner’s Pub on a sunny June evening. Chaired by florist Dan Lawless, the solid bunch turned […]

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Summer sizzlers

Summer sizzlers

| June 25, 2009

WITH the recent burst of fine weather, we may have found ourselves celebrating life a bit more, recession blues aside. Only problem is what to drink or what will go with our al fresco dining meals? Sticking with the wine in this instance, I have a few top tipples at the right prices. From under […]

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Thomond Park nets region over 10 million euro

Thomond Park nets region over 10 million euro

| June 25, 2009

Did you know?   Such was the impact of the Munster V All Blacks game that it is now shown on Air New Zealand flights  FRESH from its win at the public vote of the Irish Architecture awards, a recent survey has confirmed the value and success that Thomond Park and its redevelopment through Munster Rugby […]

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Euro-5 engines for new Golf Estate

Euro-5 engines for new Golf Estate

| June 25, 2009

Volkswagen is launching the new Golf Estate on the market with four petrol and two diesel engine options. The entry level for Euro-F standards, met be all Golf models, continues to be marked by an 80-PS petrol engine, followed by a 102-PS version. The two most powerful petrol engines (TSI with 122 PS and 160 […]

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House unfit for human habitation claims Southill resident

House unfit for human habitation claims Southill resident

| June 25, 2009

A Southill resident, who wished not to be identified, says his home of 40 years is no longer fit for human habitation. The 62-year-old who has lived in O’Malley Park since the house was built in 1969, said, “I want to be rehoused somewhere decent”. Over the years, he has watched the Corporation board up […]

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Treacy and co in court for keeping horses

Treacy and co in court for keeping horses

| June 25, 2009

FORMER chief prosecution witness, Owen Treacy, who was left for dead after being stabbed 17 times on the night his uncle, Kieran Keane was murdered in Drombanna, on January 29, 2003, was before a sitting of Limerick District Court, with two others, on charges relating to section 17 and 20 of the Control of Horses […]

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Brighten your day with a whiter smile

Brighten your day with a whiter smile

| June 25, 2009

We all know there is no better way to a brilliant, beautiful smile than whitening your teeth – let embarrassing stained and dull teeth be a thing of the past by getting your own Celtic White Smile. Celtic White Smile in the Parkway Shopping Centre use a revolutionary science of teeth whitening incorporating a state […]

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Confession New Club Night

Confession New Club Night

| June 25, 2009

MADONNA Lucia is delighted to announce the launch of her new club night for the Gay community called Confession. The club is hosted every fortnight downstairs at Scotts in Alandale just off of the Dock Road. The official launch party is on Saturday July 4 at 11.30pm with former Alternative Miss Ireland Sheila Fits-Patrick cutting […]

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SIPTU tell Bus Eireann to ‘back down’ or face strike action

SIPTU tell Bus Eireann to ‘back down’ or face strike action

| June 25, 2009

PUBLIC transport will come to a standstill in Limerick on Monday, unless key issues regarding cutbacks are resolved at national level. SIPTU have advised Bus Eireann to back down from implementing their “Cost Recovery Plan” without agreement from their members or they will join the National Rail and Bus Union’s picket on Monday.

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Money , Money, Money,  It’s not funny, if you’re LFC

Money , Money, Money, It’s not funny, if you’re LFC

| June 25, 2009

THERE is no game this week for Limerick FC. The mid season break sees the players getting some much needed time off. Off the field, there is no rest for the fans and officers of the Super Blues. Following last week’s statement stating that Limerick FC were in need of fresh investment, the club held […]

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