Archive for November, 2013

Judges refuses mother’ application to remand son in prison

Judges refuses mother’ application to remand son in prison

| November 30, 2013

by Andrew Carey andrew A JUDGE has refused a mother’s application to have her son sent to Limerick prison because she has been in constant fear of him for the last five years. Christopher Clancy (22) with addresses at Lord Edward Court and Hyde Road appeared before Limerick District Court charged with trespassing at his […]

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Warrant issued for arrest of Graffiti artists

Warrant issued for arrest of Graffiti artists

| November 30, 2013

Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie A GRAFFITi artist is to be arrested by An Garda Siochana after he failed to engage with a clean up process of thousands of euro worth of damage to buildings in Limerick city, a court has ordered. Ruairi Fogarty (19) had been previously ordered to engage in a restorative clean up project […]

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VIDEO – Noonan urges unity for Limerick as he supports CEO appointment

VIDEO – Noonan urges unity for Limerick as he supports CEO appointment

| November 29, 2013

Your browser does not support the video tag By Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie MINISTER for Finance Minister Michael Noonan has urged everyone to move on from the public row over the appointment of the City of Culture CEO and now take the opportunity to rebrand Limerick city. As the row rumbles on over the appointment of […]

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King John’s Castle is a visitor magnet for Limerick

King John’s Castle is a visitor magnet for Limerick

| November 29, 2013

By Andrew Carey Your browser does not support the video tag AT A cost of €6m, the newly redeveloped visitor experience at King John’s Castle was officially opened this Friday by Minister for Finance Michael Noonnan as record visitor numbers experience the region’s top attraction. With a host of new interactive and historic facilities at […]

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Hermitage Green’s debut album is at Number One

Hermitage Green’s debut album is at Number One

| November 29, 2013

DESPITE some initial delays last week the new album from Limerick’s Hermitage Green is at number one in the iTunes charts at time of writing and well on its way to being an official Number One hit. The CD version is available in record shops across the country. Hermitage Green played two sold out shows […]

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Write for theatre

Write for theatre

| November 29, 2013

LIMERICK Writers Centre hosts playwright Fiona Clark Echlin for a half day workshop this November 30  from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm on writing methodologies entitled ‘The A B C of Creating a Work for the Theatre’. The day will cover drama, how a plot emerges, stylistics of the dialogue, how to develop a character […]

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Limerick Experiment

Limerick Experiment

| November 29, 2013

by Rose Rushe roserushe@limerickpost.ie THE Limerick Experiment Performance is an exciting new project for Saturday November 30, 8pm in Dance Limerick. A group of Limerick artists from different disciplines has come together to create a number of collaborative works. Facilitated by Gavin Kostick of Fishamble: the New Writing Company over weekends, they have combined to […]

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Local Jobs at risk in A|wear

Local Jobs at risk in A|wear

| November 29, 2013

Alan Jacques alan@limerickpost.ie LOCAL jobs are at risk with female fashion retailer A|wear closing its doors at its city centre and Crescent Shopping Centre bases this week. The closures took place this Thursday after the company was placed in receivership. Latzur Limited, trading as A|wear, had been under examinership since October 8 last. The purpose […]

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McHappy Day is here again

McHappy Day is here again

| November 28, 2013

by Alan Jacques alan@limerickpost.ie MCDONALD’S restaurants’ across Limerick will show their support this Christmas for a charity that provides accommodation for families with seriously ill children on the grounds of Our Lady’s Hospital in Dublin. Over the past nine years, 142 families in Limerick have benefited from the important resource that the Ronald McDonald House […]

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Children put at risk from dangerous prisoners

Children put at risk from dangerous prisoners

| November 28, 2013

by Andrew Carey andrew CHILDREN were put at risk of serious injury at Limerick court this week as 22 prisoners, some of whom were described as violent and psychiatric gang members, were held in custody as the Children’s Court was about to start. The danger to the young children was highlighted by Judge Eugene O’Kelly […]

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