Archive for September, 2017

PHOTOS: Bualadh Bos Children’s Festival 2017 launch

PHOTOS: Bualadh Bos Children’s Festival 2017 launch

| September 19, 2017

Bualadh Bos Children’s Festival 2017 launch at Belltable on Monday 18. Festival to run October 10 to 21 at Belltable and Lime Tree Theatre, with Outreach tours to schools and creches October 18 to 20. Book on www.limetreetheatre.ie

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Former Munster media manager Pat Geraghty losses battle with illness

Former Munster media manager Pat Geraghty losses battle with illness

| September 19, 2017

PAT Geraghty, the former Munster Rugby media manager has sadly passed away after losing a battle to illness. Leading the tributes this Tuesday afternoon, MunsterRugby.ie said they were saddened at the passing of their dear friend. In 2000, as Munster began a hunt for glory on the European stage, Pat joined the southern province having […]

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Home Instead free workshops for family caregivers of dementia patients

Home Instead free workshops for family caregivers of dementia patients

| September 19, 2017

HOME Instead Senior Care will host a complimentary workshop for family carers in Limerick, one in a series in the Mid West. The purpose is to support family carers in taking care of loved ones with Alzheimer’s or dementia at home. The next workshops, variously staged to embrace as many caregivers as is possible, take […]

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Rathkeale singing bursary hits the high notes

Rathkeale singing bursary hits the high notes

| September 19, 2017

THE launch of the third Christopher Lynch Singing Bursary Award should prove sweet music to talented Limerick vocalists. Singers who are keen to develop their talent further now have a chance of significant help with the launch of the bursary award, which is an initiative of Rathkeale Community Arts Group in honour of the late tenor […]

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Health crisis spreads to Croom hospital

Health crisis spreads to Croom hospital

| September 19, 2017

THE county’s public healthcare crisis is not just confined to University Hospital Limerick, as overcrowding in Croom Orthopaedic Hospital is also “a serious issue”. That’s the view of Sinn Féin councillor Séighin Ó Ceallaigh who said he was absolutely shocked by the conditions affecting both staff and patients when he visited the hospital last week. “The staff […]

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Limerick entrepreneurs encouraged to seek advice and help

Limerick entrepreneurs encouraged to seek advice and help

| September 19, 2017

LIMERICK entrepreneurs should seek advice through networking or mentorship programmes as “you can’t do it alone”. That was the message emerging from a Network Ireland Limerick event recently where fitness guru Leanne Moore and the founders of Well Nice Pops, BJ Broderick and Caitrin O’Brien were the guest speakers. The ‘Healthy Ambition’ event heard the three Limerick […]

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Shannon services unaffected by Ryanair flight grounding

Shannon services unaffected by Ryanair flight grounding

| September 19, 2017

  RYANAIR’S Shannon Airport services are unaffected by the airline’s decision to axe up to 50 flights per day up until the end of October. The carrier announced plans to cut and reduce services from certain airports in a bid to accommodate pilot’s holidays. However, this Monday, Shannon Airport passengers were able to breathe a […]

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Tenant purchase scheme unfair to welfare recipients

Tenant purchase scheme unfair to welfare recipients

| September 18, 2017

LIMERICK City and County Council’s Tenant Purchase Scheme has been condemned for excluding tenants who are dependent on welfare payments as their primary income as well as those who moved from Regeneration areas where they owned their own houses. The scheme is only available to certain tenants of existing Limerick local authority houses who have a minimum gross annual income of €15,000. […]

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#BREAKING Woman fighting for her life after river rescue

#BREAKING Woman fighting for her life after river rescue

| September 18, 2017

A WOMAN is fighting for her life in hospital in Limerick tonight after she was rescued from the River Shannon. During rush-hour traffic, a woman, understood to be in her 30s was seen entering the water near Arthur’s Quay. At approx 18:23 emergency services including Limerick City Fire and Rescue were alerted to the incident. […]

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Musical rhythm to UCH season

Musical rhythm to UCH season

| September 18, 2017

UNIVERSITY Concert Hall has launched its A/W programme, taking audiences into January end with the season closing on The High Kings, January 27. See www.uch.ie for acts and booking, and key into UCH’s marketing manager Emma Foote here for her pick of concerts. Bear in mind this 1000 seater venue will be host to all […]

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