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UL Conferrings – Monday January 16

UL Conferrings – Monday January 16

| January 17, 2017

Pics by Sean Curtin and Press 22

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Competition winner

Competition winner

| January 16, 2017

WELL done to Deirdre Brophy from Mungret who is the lucky winner of one pair of tickets and two large combo meals for a film of her choice at the Odeon Cinema in Castletroy. The answer to our film competition in last week’s edition of the Limerick Post was Martin Scorsese. More tickets to give […]

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Man rescued from River Shannon in Limerick overnight

Man rescued from River Shannon in Limerick overnight

| January 16, 2017

A MAN has been rescued from the River Shannon in Limerick overnight after he was seen entering the water near Shannon Bridge in the early hours of Monday morning. The alarm was raised at around 2am this Monday morning when reports were made by members of the public that a man was seen entering the […]

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Spend on Culture Night 2017 upped by €300,000

Spend on Culture Night 2017 upped by €300,000

| January 14, 2017

ON THE back of the new five-year Creative Ireland strategy, Culture Night nationwide on Friday September 22 will have its funding upped by 20 per cent. Some €300,000 will be provided to local authorities across 26 counties to expand on the activities and platforms that open for free. Don’t forget the inaugural Easter gathering which […]

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Tenant stand off at Strand Apartments resolved today

Tenant stand off at Strand Apartments resolved today

| January 13, 2017

THE withdrawal of termination notices served on residents of The Strand apartments at O’Callaghan Strand has been welcomed by the Minister with responsibility for Housing,  Simon Coveney.  The owners of the apartments involved are writing to residents affected by the notices to quit  to confirm that they are being withdrawn. Strand apartment landlords have given […]

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RAI seeks out Limerick’s best eateries ahead of Irish #FoodOscars

RAI seeks out Limerick’s best eateries ahead of Irish #FoodOscars

| January 13, 2017

  NOMINATIONS are open for the best Limerick restaurants and eateries to go forward to the #FoodOscars Irish Restaurant Awards 2017. Open until January 25 next, members of the public are able to choose their favourites across 20 categories including Best Restaurant, Best Casual Dining, Best Chef, Best Seafood Experience, Best World Cuisine and more. […]

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Your Key to Thrive Q&A Evening

Your Key to Thrive Q&A Evening

| January 13, 2017

Q&A evening with Jennifer Allen, creator of acclaimed health feature ‘Healthy Living’, Limerick Post Learn how to easily enhance your health Do you have a health question you need answered? This is the ideal opportunity to ask Jennifer’s advice. Known for her informal but informative approach, this Q&A session gives you the chance to learn […]

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Higher court costs causing bigger insurance premiums – Judge

Higher court costs causing bigger insurance premiums – Judge

| January 12, 2017

PREMIUMS would drop if insurance companies agreed to personal injury cases being heard at lower courts with unlimited jurisdiction on awards, a judge said. That was the view expressed by Judge Gerald Keys after he heard an application by a Limerick woman who suffered a serious soft tissue injury in a “significant” car accident in […]

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Man admits child porn charges in Limerick

Man admits child porn charges in Limerick

| January 12, 2017

  A 30-year-old man is to be sentenced in March for sending indecent images to a teenager in Limerick. At Limerick Circuit Court on Tuesday the man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, pleaded guilty to a number of charges including sending lewd pictures to the boy and possessing material relating to child pornography during […]

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Hi-Way Bar Limerick operators win court battle to stay trading

Hi-Way Bar Limerick operators win court battle to stay trading

| January 12, 2017

  THE operators of Limerick’s Hi-Way Bar and Restaurant have been allowed continue trading after a judge refused an application by bank receivers KPMG to have the property vacated for sale because of a €78,000 debt. Details of the case were heard before Limerick Civil Circuit Court where Pat Barriscale BL, counsel for for the […]

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