Archive for February, 2013

Social media workshop for sports clubs

Social media workshop for sports clubs

| February 25, 2013

A SOCIAL media workshop for PROs and other members of sports clubs in Limerick will be held in UL on Wednesday evening from 7pm to 9pm. It will be the first in a seminar series entitled ‘Social Media for Sports Clubs – Practical Workshop’.

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Dundon and Killeen charged with Limerick murder

Dundon and Killeen charged with Limerick murder

| February 22, 2013

WAYNE Dundon and Nathan Killeen have been charged with the murder of Roy Collins in 2009 after the 34-year-old father was shot dead outside his family business at Roxboro Shopping Centre. The murder was described as a “direct attack” on the criminal justice system after a relative of Mr Collins testified against a senior member […]

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Robbie Williams to play at Thomond Park

Robbie Williams to play at Thomond Park

| February 21, 2013

  LIMERICK FC manager Stuart Taylor has raided the English and Scottish leagues in recent days, bringing in three players from across the water. Defender Robbie Williams, loan signing Craig Curran and former Manchester United youth player Danny Galbraith have all been added to the Super Blues’ squad for the 2013 season.

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Munster in need of Italian job

Munster in need of Italian job

| February 21, 2013

MUNSTER rugby take on Treviso this weekend in what could possibly be the defining match of their season. (Deferred coverage on TG4 on Sunday at 17.15)Currently lying in sixth spot. Munster are five points off the playoff spots. With seven games to go, three of which are against sides above them in the table, the […]

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Limerick hurlers open with Antrim

Limerick hurlers open with Antrim

| February 21, 2013

THE Limerick senior hurlers open their National Hurling league campaign this Sunday with a first round tie against Antrim at the Gaelic Grounds. John Allen’s side will be near to full strength for the game with players who played Fitzgibbon Cup this weekend expected to be fit for duty.

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Kidney overlooks Kilcoyne for Scots game

Kidney overlooks Kilcoyne for Scots game

| February 21, 2013

MUNSTER loosehead prop, Dave Kilcoyne (pictured), favoured by many to replace the suspended Cian Healy for Ireland against Scotland this weekend in the Six Nations, has been overlooked for selection by Ireland coach Declan Kidney.

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Limerick businesswoman has defamation order set aside

Limerick businesswoman has defamation order set aside

| February 21, 2013

Judgment for defamation of character, in favour of Limerick businesswoman and former model Kay Mulcaire against the owners of the Irish Mail on Sunday, was set aside in the Circuit Civil Court yesterday.

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Tracy hat-trick propels Limerick to victory

Tracy hat-trick propels Limerick to victory

| February 21, 2013

A SHANE Tracy hat-trick helped Limerick FC to pick up their first win of pre-season as they recorded a 4-1 victory away to Wexford Youths last night.  

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No expense spared

No expense spared

| February 21, 2013 | 1 Comment

HOME help hours slashed. Waiting lists up. Front line staff numbers down. Yet the health services can still foot the bill of around €52,000 a year for members of the Health Forum West to travel ridiculous distances to ask questions. That’s before adding the cost of travel and accommodation for HSE staff.  

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Gaudy signs could save rural Limerick businesses

Gaudy signs could save rural Limerick businesses

| February 21, 2013

“Gaudy” signs could be the lifeline of rural businesses, Limerick county councillors have told the local authority’s planning officials. And they have back up their claim by asking the planners to take a more lenient approach to unauthorised signage. Cllr Liam Galvin (FG) said that many rural businesses “can be isolated. The first thing people […]

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