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Competition: Phyto Plage hair care

Competition: Phyto Plage hair care

| August 21, 2017

Phyto was the first all-natural hair care brand and their exquisite, all-encompassing range of supplements, shampoos, hydrators and treatments have been painstakingly developed to nurture every hair type and texture – so whether yours is dry, frizzy, weakened, fine or thinning – Phyto have a super-charged botanical solution. ENTER for your chance to win PHYTOPLAGE […]

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Limerick Rose Kayleigh Maher makes finals

Limerick Rose Kayleigh Maher makes finals

| August 18, 2017

The Limerick Rose will appear on the televised Rose of Tralee Selection nights for the first time in 10 years. Kayleigh Maher (24) is one of 16 Roses who were announced as qualifiers for the TV selections with Dáithí Ó Sé in the Dome next Monday and Tuesday night. A total of 32 Roses will […]

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Limerick family hub a ‘stepping stone’ to housing homeless families

Limerick family hub a ‘stepping stone’ to housing homeless families

| August 18, 2017

FAMILY hub style accommodation poses the risk of “normalising” homelessness if it is not operated correctly.  That’s the view of Labour Party Housing Spokesperson Jan O’Sullivan who says Limerick City and County Council needs to “ensure this type of accommodation doesn’t become the norm”. The former Government Minister was speaking to the Limerick Post after […]

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Housing crisis hits Limerick halting site

Housing crisis hits Limerick halting site

| August 17, 2017

NORA Harty has been living at the Killmurray View halting site on the outskirts of Limerick City for almost five years. But, with a baby due by the end of the year, she knows that there won’t be enough space in the small caravan she shares with her husband John and their three-year-old daughter Katie. With […]

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UL President has a house to spare

UL President has a house to spare

| August 13, 2017

THE UNIVERSITY of Limerick has come under fire for having two official homes for its president and spending money to maintain them while one is not lived in. The first Presidential home at Ballycuggeran in Killaloe was purchased at a cost of almost €500,000 in 1998, but it has remained largely unoccupied since. The property, […]

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Breakfast briefing on digesting new knowledge

Breakfast briefing on digesting new knowledge

| August 13, 2017

SHANNON Chamber, Atlantic Aviation Group and the University of Limerick (UL) are joining forces in an effort to encourage more business executives to perfect their management and leadership skills.  As part of its Skillnet undertakings, Shannon Chamber is hosting a breakfast briefing at the Oakwood Hotel in Shannon on Wednesday, August 16 at which details of […]

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War Memorial is a symbol of inclusiveness and enlightenment

War Memorial is a symbol of inclusiveness and enlightenment

| August 11, 2017

It has been bombed, boycotted and condemned as a symbol of British imperialism, yet the Limerick War Memorial in Pery Square is a potent reminder that the legacy of loss from the First World War transcends religious, political and social divisions. Dr Tadhg Moloney tells the story of how the memorial survived revisionism, ignorance and prejudice. Eleven […]

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UL Eagles basketball aim to soar back to top tier

UL Eagles basketball aim to soar back to top tier

| August 11, 2017

FOLLOWING a tough season which ended in relegation last year, the University of Limerick (UL) Eagles are aiming to fly back to the top rank of the Irish men’s basketball league. The 2016/2017 season ended with heartbreak as the Eagles, having won two championships in the past decade, found themselves relegated from Ireland’s premier division. […]

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Gang of youths causing havoc in Caherdavin

Gang of youths causing havoc in Caherdavin

| August 11, 2017

DESPITE increased Garda patrols and the installation of CCTV cameras, Caherdavin residents are being subjected to anti-social behaviour by a gang of almost 40 young people. “We can get over the loitering, but they are kicking cars, kicking balls at house windows. People have been beaten up and stabbed,” said one resident who did not […]

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Justice for Jason

Justice for Jason

| August 10, 2017

by Cian Reinhardt and Bernie English [email protected]   JUSTICE for murdered Jason was what the Corbett family in Limerick had prayed and wished for and on Wednesday, justice is what they got. Molly Martens and her father Thomas were found guilty of the second-degree murder of Limerickman Jason Corbett when the verdict was returned by the […]

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