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LIT puts affordable eating on the menu

LIT puts affordable eating on the menu

Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie ONE of the largest institutes of technology in the country will offer healthy and affordable eating choices as part of a new initiative to help cash-strapped students. Education Minister Jan O’Sullivan served an example of how Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) is helping students to make ends meet by offering nutritious meals […]

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One million virtual visitors

One million virtual visitors

ONE MILLION people have now visited Limerick.ie, the official website for Limerick. In less than four years Limerick.ie has been visited by unique users from 214 countries across the globe including India, Brazil, Japan, Greece and Mexico, according to Google Analytics. Congratulating Limerick.ie, Cathaoirleach of Limerick City and County Council Cllr Kevin Sheahan said Limerick.ie […]

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Revenue seize cigarettes in Limerick raids

Revenue seize cigarettes in Limerick raids

Officers from Revenue’s Customs Service seized a total of 24,000 cigarettes with a retail value of over €11,000 in two related operations in Limerick. On Thursday last, a package containing 12,000 ‘Septwolf’ and ‘Eight’ cigarettes was seized. This consignment had been declared as ‘hangbags’ which had been consigned from China to an address in Limerick […]

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BREAKING NEWS

Revenue Seizes Drugs in Limerick

Revenue Seizes Drugs in Limerick

AS PART of an intelligence-led joint operation involving Revenue’s Customs Service and An Garda Síochana, officers seized approximately 250gms of methylone with an estimated street value of €9,000 in Limerick this Friday. The drugs were seized following the controlled delivery of a package which originated in China to an address in Dock Road after the […]

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A gigantic policing plan

A gigantic policing plan

A MASSIVE policing and organisational plan has been put in place to ensure that everyone who comes to see the Grandmother giant will have a good time. At a press briefing at Limerick’s Henry Street Garda station, Chief Supt, David Sheehan revealed that 150 Limerick Gardai will be policing the event in their own city, […]

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Minister to tackle tunnel

Minister to tackle tunnel

Transport Minister, Paschal Donohoe  has promised to look at ways of driving more traffic into the Limerick tunnel and thereby reducing the massive amounts of taxpayers money which is being paid in subventions. Asked what he plans to do about reducing the €19.5 million which has been paid to the tunnel company in subsidies so […]

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SPORT

Drogheda defeat Limerick FC

Drogheda defeat Limerick FC

Limerick FC 0-3 Drogheda United LIMERICK FC fell to a heavy home defeat for the second time in four days, going down 3-0 at home to Drogheda United after Monday’s loss to Derry City. Michael Daly, Gavin Holohan and Cathal Brady were on target for the Boynesiders, who claimed their second win in Limerick this […]

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Medals galore for Limerick’s transplant athletes

Medals galore for Limerick’s transplant athletes

THE Mid West region’s representatives on Team Ireland at the European Transplant & Dialysis Sports Championships returned home with 17 medals after a hugely successful week in Poland. Ireland won 67 medals in total at the Games in difficult weather conditions in Krakow, with all seven competitors from Limerick and Clare stepping onto the medal […]

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Limerick cage fighter Catherine lines up title shot

Limerick cage fighter Catherine lines up title shot

LIMERICK cage fighter Catherine Costigan added another victory to her glittering CV when she defeated Noelia Molina from Monaco in Cage Warriors 70 at The Helix in Dublin. Catherine, who is co-owner of the Pankration Kickboxing Academy with her husband Dermot, won the fight in the first round, defeating her opponent by technical submission with […]

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LIFESTYLE

LIT puts affordable eating on the menu

LIT puts affordable eating on the menu

Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie ONE of the largest institutes of technology in the country will offer healthy and affordable eating choices as part of a new initiative to help cash-strapped students. Education Minister Jan O’Sullivan served an example of how Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) is helping students to make ends meet by offering nutritious meals […]

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WHITE: lest we forget to link present to past

WHITE: lest we forget to link present to past

by Rose Rushe ‘WHITE: lest we forget’ is a major show opening on September 25 in Limerick City Gallery of Art (LCGA). It is comprised of works by three widely differing artists, curated to connect present with past in the arena of conflict and its rip through generations. “While it is a group exhibition, the […]

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One million virtual visitors

One million virtual visitors

ONE MILLION people have now visited Limerick.ie, the official website for Limerick. In less than four years Limerick.ie has been visited by unique users from 214 countries across the globe including India, Brazil, Japan, Greece and Mexico, according to Google Analytics. Congratulating Limerick.ie, Cathaoirleach of Limerick City and County Council Cllr Kevin Sheahan said Limerick.ie […]

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ENTERTAINMENT

WHITE: lest we forget to link present to past

WHITE: lest we forget to link present to past

by Rose Rushe ‘WHITE: lest we forget’ is a major show opening on September 25 in Limerick City Gallery of Art (LCGA). It is comprised of works by three widely differing artists, curated to connect present with past in the arena of conflict and its rip through generations. “While it is a group exhibition, the […]

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€40,000 Limerick City of Culture boost to Elemental

€40,000 Limerick City of Culture boost to Elemental

by Rose Rushe A HANDSHAKE of €40,000 has boosted the imaginative span of Elemental, Limerick’s Art and Cultural Festival taking place in more than a score of sites, September 12-14. This year’s cashflow means the introduction of international artists such as Senmaru and Kyougi, performers of Japanese traditional juggling; a theatre radio show at Savoy […]

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A gigantic policing plan

A gigantic policing plan

A MASSIVE policing and organisational plan has been put in place to ensure that everyone who comes to see the Grandmother giant will have a good time. At a press briefing at Limerick’s Henry Street Garda station, Chief Supt, David Sheehan revealed that 150 Limerick Gardai will be policing the event in their own city, […]

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PHOTOS

Double vision at Abbeyfeale school

Double vision at Abbeyfeale school

It was a case of double vision when eight sets of twins turned up for their first day of secondary school in Colaiste Ide agus Iosef, Abbeyfeale on Wednesday.  They are: Luke and Holly Scannell, Orla and Maeve Quirke, Michelle and Noelle Curtin, Caoimhe and Shona Hickey, Jack and David O’Conner, Jamie and Gearoid Browne, […]

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The Giants Journey to Limerick

The Giants Journey to Limerick

In less than six weeks’ time, the biggest event of Limerick City Culture 2014 ‘The Giants Journey’ will take place 5th, 6th and 7th September . It will be the single biggest event in Limerick since the Pope visited in 1979 with over 100,000 visitors. Today the huge giant Grandmother that will be live on Limerick’s city streets […]

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#Gallery Foynes Air Show

#Gallery Foynes Air Show

Related posts: Foynes air-show spectacular An estimated 15,000 plus people are expected to flock to… Foynes air show to highlight Limerick aviation legacy FOYNES is set to stage one of Ireland’s most spectacular… Art Gallery ideal for polling -Leddin THE City Gallery of Art on Pery Square should be… Those who see – Michael Warren […]

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LIT puts affordable eating on the menu

LIT puts affordable eating on the menu

| September 2, 2014

Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie ONE of the largest institutes of technology in the country will offer healthy and affordable eating choices as part of a new initiative to help cash-strapped students. Education Minister Jan O’Sullivan served an example of how Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) is helping students to make ends meet by offering nutritious meals […]

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WHITE: lest we forget to link present to past

WHITE: lest we forget to link present to past

| September 2, 2014

by Rose Rushe ‘WHITE: lest we forget’ is a major show opening on September 25 in Limerick City Gallery of Art (LCGA). It is comprised of works by three widely differing artists, curated to connect present with past in the arena of conflict and its rip through generations. “While it is a group exhibition, the […]

Continue Reading

One million virtual visitors

One million virtual visitors

| September 1, 2014

ONE MILLION people have now visited Limerick.ie, the official website for Limerick. In less than four years Limerick.ie has been visited by unique users from 214 countries across the globe including India, Brazil, Japan, Greece and Mexico, according to Google Analytics. Congratulating Limerick.ie, Cathaoirleach of Limerick City and County Council Cllr Kevin Sheahan said Limerick.ie […]

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€40,000 Limerick City of Culture boost to Elemental

€40,000 Limerick City of Culture boost to Elemental

| September 1, 2014

by Rose Rushe A HANDSHAKE of €40,000 has boosted the imaginative span of Elemental, Limerick’s Art and Cultural Festival taking place in more than a score of sites, September 12-14. This year’s cashflow means the introduction of international artists such as Senmaru and Kyougi, performers of Japanese traditional juggling; a theatre radio show at Savoy […]

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Revenue seize cigarettes in Limerick raids

Revenue seize cigarettes in Limerick raids

| August 31, 2014

Officers from Revenue’s Customs Service seized a total of 24,000 cigarettes with a retail value of over €11,000 in two related operations in Limerick. On Thursday last, a package containing 12,000 ‘Septwolf’ and ‘Eight’ cigarettes was seized. This consignment had been declared as ‘hangbags’ which had been consigned from China to an address in Limerick […]

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