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Limerick developer named as owner of residents’ driveways

Limerick developer named as owner of residents’ driveways

LIMERICK property developer Robert Butler has been identified as the registered owner of the common areas in three neighbourhoods in Kilteragh where residents have been told that they do not own the driveways to their homes. The Limerick Post revealed last week that residents from Ardbracken, Clonmore and Glendara had been informed by the Property […]

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A bright future dawns for Shannon

A bright future dawns for Shannon

SHANNON is just one small step from a new future that will see the airport and the region become a centre of excellence and a driver for jobs in the aviation and tourism sector. That was the optimistic reaction this week to the passage of Government legislation that is expected to spark major growth in […]

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Attacks hitting teachers wages

Attacks hitting teachers wages

TEACHERS who have to take time off work to recover from being assaulted by pupils or parents are having the days taken from their sick leave, a Limerick delegate to the INTO conference has revealed. Injured teachers are having their pay halved because they have to stay off work to recover from physical injury and […]

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BREAKING NEWS

A bright future dawns for Shannon

A bright future dawns for Shannon

SHANNON is just one small step from a new future that will see the airport and the region become a centre of excellence and a driver for jobs in the aviation and tourism sector. That was the optimistic reaction this week to the passage of Government legislation that is expected to spark major growth in […]

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IDA Announces Investment by Ethicon Biosurgery Ireland in new manufacturing facility in Limerick

IDA Announces Investment by Ethicon Biosurgery Ireland in new manufacturing facility in Limerick

A PLANNED €80 million investment in new manufacturing facility is set to create an expected 270 jobs and 150 temporary construction jobs in  the region, it has been announced.  The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD and Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan TD today announced that Ethicon Biosurgery Ireland, part of the […]

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Limerick’s Kellie Lewis needs your votes tonight

Limerick’s Kellie Lewis needs your votes tonight

LIMERICK singer/songwriter Kellie Lewis has reached the quarter finals of the Voice of Ireland and hopes to get everyone here in Limerick to get behind her and support with votes this Sunday. The staunch Limerick hurling supporter hopes everyone will fly the green flag and get voting for her when the lines open at the end […]

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SPORT

Taylor looks for Limerick FC fans to turn up in numbers

Taylor looks for Limerick FC fans to turn up in numbers

LIMERICK FC manager Stuart Taylor has called on the club’s fans to vote with their feet and make their presence known at Thomond Park for the visit of Sligo Rovers on Friday. The Super Blues are on a four-game unbeaten run in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division, although Sligo have also improved of late […]

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Statement from Limerick County Board

Statement from Limerick County Board

The Management Committee of Limerick County Board convened last night to discuss the resignation of Donal O’Grady as joint manager of Limerick Senior Hurling Team. The Chairman expressed his disappointment at the decision particularly so when efforts were ongoing to finalise an agreed statement clarifying matters arising from the April County Board meeting. The Chairman […]

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McManus makes it a Good Friday for Limerick FC

McManus makes it a Good Friday for Limerick FC

Limerick FC 2-1 Athlone Town LIMERICK FC recorded their second consecutive victory in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division on Friday night at Thomond Park as a fantastic strike from substitute Tam McManus secured a 2-1 win over bottom club Athlone Town. Robbie Williams had put the home side in front on 20 minutes but […]

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LIFESTYLE

Gray’s Burden having the Craic for charity with Limerick music party

Gray’s Burden having the Craic for charity with Limerick music party

LIMERICK’S music and artistic community will be in for a treat this summer when the fourth annual Craic-A-Palooza hits The Office Bar on Carr Street. The charity event on Saturday June 28 is an exhibition of local talent in both the performing and visual arts and is organised by Limerick-based acoustic musicians Gray’s Burden. It […]

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Medical herbalist to give seminar in Limerick

Medical herbalist to give seminar in Limerick

DR Dilis Clare, Ireland’s only qualified GP and medical herbalist, is coming to Limerick to give a public seminar on the use of medicinal herbs to combat everyday health problems. Dr Clare will be in the South Court Hotel on Thursday April 24 at 7:30pm to inform guests about the benefits of a more natural and […]

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Bigger and better – Richard Harris International Film Festival 2014

Bigger and better – Richard Harris International Film Festival 2014

THAT Limerick is a constant hub of script writing and film making will surprise those on the outside. Interest in involvement is consuming. Professionals move easily between theatre, performance and film work, be they actors, producer/ directors, writers or technicians. And there are people amongst us accomplished in all skillsets, as evident at Limerick Festival […]

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ENTERTAINMENT

Gray’s Burden having the Craic for charity with Limerick music party

Gray’s Burden having the Craic for charity with Limerick music party

LIMERICK’S music and artistic community will be in for a treat this summer when the fourth annual Craic-A-Palooza hits The Office Bar on Carr Street. The charity event on Saturday June 28 is an exhibition of local talent in both the performing and visual arts and is organised by Limerick-based acoustic musicians Gray’s Burden. It […]

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Sumo Cyco play Limerick’s Indie Week

Sumo Cyco play Limerick’s Indie Week

Sumo Cyco is a four-piece female fronted rock band based out of Toronto, Canada. In October last year Sumo Cyco competed in the 10th annual Indie Week Canada festival, competing against over 250 independent bands from across Canada and across all genres. Sumo Cyco took home the title as Indie Week winners, were awarded prizes […]

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#video The Riptide Movement

#video The Riptide Movement

GREAT new video from The Riptide Movement for their song ‘All Works Out’ starring Amy Huberman. The Riptide Movement will support Hermitage Green Live at the Big Top on Sunday May 4. Related posts: The Riptide Movement let rip this Friday THE second album from Dublin’s The Riptide Movement debuted at… Limerick’s Hermitage Green to headline […]

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PHOTOS

Action from Carew Park v St Michaels in FAI Junior Cup

Action from Carew Park v St Michaels in FAI Junior Cup

Related posts: Carew Park win LDMC Premier League Title … Gael Linn Junior Interprovincial Camogie Tournament Final … Action from the Limerick Senior Hurling Championship … Action from Ard Scoil Rís, Limerick v St Kieran’s College, Kilkenny. Masita GAA All-Ireland Post Primary Schools Croke Cup Senior A…

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Copeswood of Pallaskenry crowned All Ireland Champions

Copeswood of Pallaskenry crowned All Ireland Champions

Copsewood Secondary school Pallaskenry beat Wexford CBS 1-09 to 1-06. Captained by Ciaran Kirwan the side is coached by Clare hurler Colin Ryan and Brian Chambers. Pictures by Dermot Mullane. Related posts: Monaleen are crowned county champions MONALEEN are the 2011 Live 95fm Sponsored County Football Champions… Limerick crowned Munster Junior Camogie Champions Limerick Camogie […]

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Action from Ard Scoil Rís, Limerick v St Kieran’s College, Kilkenny.

Action from Ard Scoil Rís, Limerick v St Kieran’s College, Kilkenny.

Masita GAA All-Ireland Post Primary Schools Croke Cup Senior A Hurling Semi-Final, Ard Scoil Rís, Limerick v St Kieran’s College, Kilkenny. Related posts: Action from Scoil na TrinÛide Naofa, Limerick v Kilkenny CBS Masita GAA All-Ireland Post Primary Schools Croke Cup Senior A… Ard Scoil Ris look to avenge last year SATURDAY afternoon at 2pm […]

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Limerick developer named as owner of residents’ driveways

Limerick developer named as owner of residents’ driveways

| April 24, 2014

LIMERICK property developer Robert Butler has been identified as the registered owner of the common areas in three neighbourhoods in Kilteragh where residents have been told that they do not own the driveways to their homes. The Limerick Post revealed last week that residents from Ardbracken, Clonmore and Glendara had been informed by the Property […]

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A bright future dawns for Shannon

A bright future dawns for Shannon

| April 24, 2014

SHANNON is just one small step from a new future that will see the airport and the region become a centre of excellence and a driver for jobs in the aviation and tourism sector. That was the optimistic reaction this week to the passage of Government legislation that is expected to spark major growth in […]

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Attacks hitting teachers wages

Attacks hitting teachers wages

| April 24, 2014

TEACHERS who have to take time off work to recover from being assaulted by pupils or parents are having the days taken from their sick leave, a Limerick delegate to the INTO conference has revealed. Injured teachers are having their pay halved because they have to stay off work to recover from physical injury and […]

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Roxboro Road residents in Limerick want answers on Waller’s Well

Roxboro Road residents in Limerick want answers on Waller’s Well

| April 24, 2014

JANESBORO-based local election candidate Sarah Lee Kiely is calling on Limerick City Council for answers over plans for the disused Waller’s Well housing development. The Fine Gael hopeful for Limerick City East said residents in the area want information about the status of the development and the council’s plans for it. “The situation is that […]

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Incentives needed to help struggling businesses in Limerick

Incentives needed to help struggling businesses in Limerick

| April 24, 2014

BUSINESS owners whose companies have folded need to be supported so they can help the economic recovery and create employment. Emmet O’Brien, a local election candidate for the Rathkeale/ Adare area, says it was depressing to see so many businesses closed and premises boarded up while canvassing the streets of Askeaton and Rathkeale for the forthcoming […]

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