Archive for October, 2009

Ryanair to cut 150 jobs at Shannon

Ryanair to cut 150 jobs at Shannon

| October 30, 2009

Ryanair plans to cut the number of aircraft based at Shannon from four to one from next April. The airline says this will lead to the loss of 150 jobs and will reduce the number of its flights out of Shannon Airport by 75%. Ryanair had being threatening to pull services from Shannon, if the […]

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Two days left for junior MRSC members

Two days left for junior MRSC members

| October 30, 2009

At just €25 per membership, the last call has been sounded to join the 2010 Junior Munster Rugby Supporters Club. Membership for juniors closes this Saturday, 31st October, at midnight, so if you know of any junior Munster supporters who may be interested in joining, you might advise them of the closing date.Junior Members can […]

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Man charged with Southill shooting

Man charged with Southill shooting

| October 30, 2009

49-year-old Anthony Kelly of 121 O’Malley Park appeared before a sitting of Limerick District Court on Thursday evening charged in connection with a shooting in the Southill area of the city. Kelly, brother to the late former Alderman Michael Kelly, had “nothing to say” when charged with the possession of a firearm with the intent […]

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Efficiency, quality and style under one roof

Efficiency, quality and style under one roof

| October 30, 2009

WITH 25 years experience in the business, it’s not surprising that award winning company Livingstone is regarded as one of Ireland’s leading fireplace, stove and granite companies. It has a wealth of choice in all these product lines. Exclusive Irish agent for Chesney’s fireplaces and stoves and Jamb fireplaces, Livingstone supplies  and instalsl many of […]

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Georgian Quarter Christmas Market

Georgian Quarter Christmas Market

| October 30, 2009

LIMERICK’s Georgian Market is making a return to the city and the delightful surroundings of No. 1 Pery Square Hotel and Spa. The market will see both indoor and outdoor elements of the market as well as art work being displayed on the railings of The People’s Park.

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Cranberry and Red Onion Toasts with Goats Cheese and Parma Ham

Cranberry and Red Onion Toasts with Goats Cheese and Parma Ham

| October 30, 2009

Rustled up in minutes, these posh little snacks or starters never fail to impress. Simply top mini toasts with a warm mixture of caramelised red onions flavoured with balsamic vinegar and cranberry sauce, add a slice of goats cheese and finish with paper thin folds of Parma Ham.

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News from the world of wine

News from the world of wine

| October 30, 2009

WINEBUSINESS.com reports that estimates from the 2009 Vineyards Survey indicate that total wine grape production was down 8 per cent from 2008, confirming industry expectations of a lower harvest. According to the latest report from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, wine grape growers cultivated 163,000 hectares of vines for the 2009 season. Red wine grape […]

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Arts news in brief Oct 31

Arts news in brief Oct 31

| October 30, 2009

Zeffirelli’s take on Turandot EARLY November sees a classic production of Puccini’s Turandot being screened live to Limerick audiences from The Metropoliton Opera. Set aside a good three and half hours from 6pm on Saturday November 7 at UCH to do Franco Zeffirelli’s production justice.

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LCEB launch National  Women’s Enterprise Day ‘09

LCEB launch National Women’s Enterprise Day ‘09

| October 30, 2009

As part of National Women’s Enterprise Day, County and City Enterprise Boards across the country have invited pioneering female entrepreneurs to address their annual conference on November 20 next. Co-funded by the European Social Fund and the Irish Exchequer, the aim of National Women’s Enterprise Day is to give national recognition to the role of […]

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Limited activity in business start ups – BoI

Limited activity in business start ups – BoI

| October 30, 2009

Limerick 6th for business start-ups BANK of Ireland has issued its latest Business Start-up Barometer report and it shows that the total number of new company registrations for Q3 2009 was 3,343, up 2.6 per cent on Q2 with 81 additional new companies formed, compared to the Q2 figure of 3,262.

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