Archive for July, 2010

Guide price of €90K for Markievicz Drive

Guide price of €90K for Markievicz Drive

| July 29, 2010

KINCORA in Southill is the full address for No. 9 on Markievicz Drive. It’s on the market through John Shaw Auctioneers for a modest €90,000, which is excellent value for an end of terrace extended two-bed. The hall opens into a fitted kitchen cum dining area that was enlarged by the addition of a block-built […]

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Make Castletown your castle

Make Castletown your castle

| July 29, 2010

Billy Gabbett of Shaw’s has a fantastic property to offer in County Tipp, a cottage-style bungalow wrapped in an acre of landscaped grounds that have a stone wall border. The site is amazing, elevated, screened from the road by trees and facing north west onto Lough Derg and Clare with a serious view of the […]

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Fears as stadium off radar

Fears as stadium off radar

| July 29, 2010

Concerts back on agenda at Gaelic Grounds to help provide higher profile WITH the Gaelic Grounds having almost slipped from the radar in the hosting of money-spinning fixtures, the County Board is forced to look at alternatives to meet the huge operating costs incurred in the daily running of the stadium.

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Sarsfield Street works spring ‘surprises’

Sarsfield Street works spring ‘surprises’

| July 29, 2010

Expected to reopen on August 16 WORKERS on the remodelling of Sarsfield Street came across some “surprises”, with the result that it will not reopen before August 16. Mr Pat Eyres, senior engineer with City Council, confirmed there is a particular problem with an arch attached to the building formerly occupied by Benetton and originally […]

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Beethoven, violins and virtuosos for ICO’s next season

Beethoven, violins and virtuosos for ICO’s next season

| July 29, 2010

IRISH Chamber Orchestra launched its next season of September to April concerts at the RDS Concert Hall with Mary Hanafin, Minister for Tourism, Culture and Sport officiating with orchestra CEO John Kelly and the artistic director, Anthony Marwood.

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Arts news in brief July 31

Arts news in brief July 31

| July 29, 2010

Nigerian festival with Igbo THE Nigerian community, its friends and the general public are invited to come along and enjoy the latest festival to land on Limerick’s social calendar. New-Yam Festival is a one day wonder on the bank holiday weekend, taking place on Sunday August 1 from 5pm onwards at Presentation School, Sexton Street.

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CentreSPACE’s Playboy of the Western World

CentreSPACE’s Playboy of the Western World

| July 29, 2010

IF you think tourists are scare in Limerick this year, know where you can locate the foreign posse on Sunday nights. A mix of locals and overseas visitors make up the audience each week for CentreSpace Player’s production of The Playboy of the Western World at this St Alphonsus Street venue.  Synge’s comic and ironic […]

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“Next year, you are going to see a different me” – Keith Earls

“Next year, you are going to see a different me” – Keith Earls

| July 29, 2010

MUNSTER, Ireland and Lions star Keith Earls spoke to Postsport this week about his return from injury and his ambitions for the new season.The 22-year-old speed merchant has been out of action since the end of last season with a groin strain. The rehab of which is proving difficult.

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Tuna Salad with a serious twist

Tuna Salad with a serious twist

| July 29, 2010

THIS little gem is jam packed with flavour, some of it alcoholic, but most of all the zingy taste of summer. Obviously, you can leave out the vodka if you wish. WHAT YOU NEEDfor the salad400g of Tuna steaks

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Ideas for healthy kids snacks

Ideas for healthy kids snacks

| July 29, 2010

NOW that the majority of school children are at home and on their summer holidays, the emphasis on healthy eating becomes very much the mainstay of us parents. While all through the year, we will prepare evening meals to provide fuel for our body’s, but more so now, the fact that children will spend more […]

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