Archive for November, 2016

Win cinema tickets

Win cinema tickets

| November 30, 2016

ODEON Limerick is this week giving away one pair of tickets and two large combo meals for a film of your choice at their cinema at the Castletroy Shopping Centre. To be in with a chance, answer the following question and email your answer to competitions@limerickpost.ie by 9am on Monday December 5. Who voices Maui in […]

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Bastard Amber inspired by Yeats and Patrick Scott

Bastard Amber inspired by Yeats and Patrick Scott

| November 30, 2016

COMMISSIONED  by The Abbey Theatre, dance performance ‘Bastard Amber’ lights up Lime Tree Theatre this Friday 2 for 8pm. From the esteemed Liz Roche Company, ‘Bastard Amber’ is described as “a dance production that draws inspiration from two of the great Irish artists of the modern age, WB Yeats and Patrick Scott”. Roche is the first […]

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Limerick date in Dolan’s for Wyvern Lingo

Limerick date in Dolan’s for Wyvern Lingo

| November 30, 2016

Following a stunning performance at the Electric Picnic, and UK support tours for Hozier and James Vincent McMorrow, Wyvern Lingo tour the country coming to Limerick to play Dolan’s this Thursday December 1. The Bray trio continue to hone and refine their pop, r’n’b sound building their repertoire for their much anticipated upcoming debut album […]

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Limerick Post Christmas appeal for ADAPT House

Limerick Post Christmas appeal for ADAPT House

| November 30, 2016

EACH year Limerick Post opens its doors for December to take in goods and gifts donated by the people of Limerick for ADAPT Domestic Abuse Services. Located in Rosbrien, ADAPT House works 24/7 and 365 days a year for women experiencing domestic abuse, and their children u18s. With 14 apartments on site and access to […]

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Limerick man to appeal tiger kidnapping conviction

Limerick man to appeal tiger kidnapping conviction

| November 30, 2016

  A LIMERICK man who was jailed for ten years for his part in a high profile tiger kidnapping is to appeal his conviction. Zachary Coughlan Ryan was found guilty of kidnapping two teenage boys, one the son of a postmistress, and holding them hostage for a €500,000 ransom in August 2012. Throughout his trial in […]

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Soccer – Community Games Futsal 2016/17

Soccer – Community Games Futsal 2016/17

| November 30, 2016

Limerick Community Games’ new season got off to a great start last weekend with the U13 and U15 County Futsal competitions being held for both boys and girls in The Factory, Galvone. Many thanks to Billy Phillips who co-ordinated the games and to referees and team mentors. Friday evening saw teams from Caherdavin, Askeaton and […]

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New collection of poems by Mary Coll

New collection of poems by Mary Coll

| November 30, 2016

LIMERICK writer, critic, poet Mary Coll will see in Thursday December 1 with the launch of a new collection of poems, ‘Silver’. Everyone is welcome to the 6pm occasion in Belltable to her reading of poems from this second collection, elements of which have been published previously. Arlen House is the publisher and there’s a […]

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Rugby – CJ Stander wins Rugby Writers of Ireland POTY Award

Rugby – CJ Stander wins Rugby Writers of Ireland POTY Award

| November 30, 2016

CJ STANDER has been named the Rugby Writers of Ireland, Player of the year for 2016. The Munster star and current Irish international has excelled for both province and country this season, finishing the November series with wins over Australia and New Zealand, while Munster sit atop the Guinness Pro12 table. CJ sat down with […]

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Supreme Court refuses Dundons permission to appeal convictions

Supreme Court refuses Dundons permission to appeal convictions

| November 29, 2016

  CONVICTED criminals Wayne and John Dundon have been refused permission by the Supreme Court to bring fresh appeals against their convictions for threatening to kill members of the Collins family. The three-judge Supreme Court ruled that neither brother had met the necessary requirements entitling them to appeal before that court. Wayne Dundon (37), of […]

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Judge warns that ‘racketeering’ must stop over exaggerated claims

Judge warns that ‘racketeering’ must stop over exaggerated claims

| November 29, 2016

  “I AM sick and tired of dealing with opportunistic small accident claims that are “blown out of all proportion,” a Limerick court has heard. That was the comment of Judge James O’Donoghue at Limerick Circuit Court last week when he rebuked a taxi driver who sought personal injury damages in for “nothing more than […]

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