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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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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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Hunt Museum’s bootcamp collaboration to boost engagement in arts

Hunt Museum’s bootcamp collaboration to boost engagement in arts

| January 12, 2017

THE Hunt Museum can be relied on as an engine of enterprise, art, artefacts and education. It is also a people-minded joint with strong Outreach programmes such as the Urban Horse project with Limerick Corridor Art. Early works were inspired by The Hunt Collection, operating from LEDP in Roxboro and for City of Culture 2014, […]

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LIT to Perform Largest ‘Mannequin Challenge’ In Aid of Charity

LIT to Perform Largest ‘Mannequin Challenge’ In Aid of Charity

| November 24, 2016

LIT staff and students are set to hold Ireland’s largest ‘Mannequin Challenge’ on Wednesday, November 30th. The trend, which has taken social media by storm, will find its way onto the Moylish Campus with over 200 people set to take the challenge as part of the institute’s Christmas MarketLink. Funds raised from the event will […]

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Adam and Eoghan drive art in a new direction

Adam and Eoghan drive art in a new direction

| November 24, 2016

IN these times of financial hardship and austerity it’s not often you get something for free. Everyone’s out for themselves, hard-nosed, tight-fisted, looking after number one. So when someone bucks the trend, goes out of their way to help another, and for little personal reward, it’s all the more striking. Eoghan Ahern is a care […]

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WATCH – Limerick is lit up by Neil Shanahan for Christmas

WATCH – Limerick is lit up by Neil Shanahan for Christmas

| November 21, 2016

NEIL SHANAHAN, the 2year-old boy who miraculously survived a sixth story balcony fall in Limerick in July was on hand for the switching on of the city’s festive lights tonight with his parents admitting that it will be their best Christmas yet.    Neil Shanahan and his family were special guests of Limerick City and County […]

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Limerick’s Dorothy Meaney awarded National Carer of the Year 2016

Limerick’s Dorothy Meaney awarded National Carer of the Year 2016

| November 18, 2016

LIMERICK woman Dorothy Meaney was awarded National Carer of the Year 2016 at the family Carers Ireland awards ceremony in Dublin this week. Of the 25 nominees from all over Ireland, Dorothy has been awarded the overall award for Carer of the Year having recently won the title of Mid West Carer of Year at […]

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A winter break that will leave you snookered

A winter break that will leave you snookered

| November 17, 2016

AS the weather gets colder and the evenings grow longer, people begin looking for ways to combat the winter blues. Some take to the streets, wearing reflective jackets and hi-vis gear, pounding the pavements and pumping the pedals as they search for physical fulfillment. Others embark upon a period of hibernation, covering themselves with blankets, […]

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Top styles set for Shannon Airport ‘Fashion on the Runway’ show

Top styles set for Shannon Airport ‘Fashion on the Runway’ show

| November 16, 2016

SHANNON AIRPORT will have a very stylish best foot forward on Tuesday December 6, when some of the region’s top fashion houses will present their best wares for the upcoming Christmas season at the airport. In a throw-back to the famous fashion shows of yesteryear at Shannon, the ‘Fashion on the Runway’ event will be […]

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Lough Derg Canoe Trail to be completed by 2017

Lough Derg Canoe Trail to be completed by 2017

| November 15, 2016

CANOE FACILITIES and services blocks are being provided at various locations around Lough Derg as part of a new initiative aimed at promoting water-based activities on Ireland’s third largest lake. Clare County Council has confirmed that the proposed Lough Derg Canoe Trail, which is scheduled for completion by January 2017, will see facilities installed in […]

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