UPDATE The IFA, through radio broadcasts, said Limerick farmers were not affected by the outbreak. Limerick farmers in the clearFOLLOWING the huge national reaction to the pork products recall that was issued through the HSE on Saturday night, good news for Limerick consumers was received from the IFA early on Monday to say that Limerick […]
FOLLOWING the national recall of all pork products late on Saturday night, county Limerick farmers are confident that production could get back underway as early as this weekend. It is believed that the contamination came from the supply of pig feed that used recycled bread products. These products were treated but seemingly did not have […]
New location at Arthur’s Quay Park A REVAMPED Limerick On Ice, which returns to the city this Christmas for a fifth year, has a new home, at Arthur’s Quay Park. It will have a totally new layout and will involve putting up a state-of-the-art semi-circular dome with glass windows, and the trees in the park […]
ONE of Greece’s top civil right’s lawyers, Failos Krainidots, a keen student of Irish history, was so impressed with a book which he picked up in a Dublin bookshop that he travelled with his family to Limerick to identify places of interest mentioned. No, the book was not the celebrated Angela’s Ashes, but rather Jim […]
LIMERICK should have its own passport office in the new Henry Street Foreign Affairs Office, says Deputy Michael Noonan. Peter Power, who is Junior Minister for Overseas Aid in the Department of Foreign Affairs, heads up the Limerick Office since it was opened as part of the decentralisation programme.