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Limerick confectioner tastes success at coveted awards

Limerick confectioner tastes success at coveted awards

| August 2, 2017

LIMERICK based confectionary company Pandora Bell has just won an impressive four Great Taste Awards. The winning products, Pandora Bell

Gardaí investigating riverbank ‘flasher’

Gardaí investigating riverbank ‘flasher’

| August 2, 2017

  A MAN exposing himself on the riverbank walkways near the University of Limerick has drawn the attention of the

Corbett murder trial told of Tom’s dislike for Jason

Corbett murder trial told of Tom’s dislike for Jason

| August 2, 2017

      THOMAS Martens hated Jason Corbett, the murder trial of the US father and daughter has been told

Art project after Paul Henry

Art project after Paul Henry

| August 2, 2017

  GLENSTAL’S Dom Patrick Hederman and film maker Thaddeus O’Sullivan opened out the Hunt Museum’s suite of summer lunchtime talks

Days left on fate of 12 stray horses seized in Limerick

Days left on fate of 12 stray horses seized in Limerick

| August 1, 2017

  HAVING disposed of 60 stray horses already this year, Limerick City and County Council face the prospect of having

Funding approved for Limerick schoolchildren

Funding approved for Limerick schoolchildren

| August 1, 2017

LIMERICK children are to benefit from a €4m Government funding programme that will create extra spaces in schools and improve

Chamber survey seeks to identify 2018 training needs

Chamber survey seeks to identify 2018 training needs

| August 1, 2017

BUSINESSES in the Mid West have been able to maintain their edge through keeping themselves up-to-date and enabling their employees to

High and dry holiday makers allowed back to Kilkee beach

High and dry holiday makers allowed back to Kilkee beach

| August 1, 2017

  LIMERICK holiday makers who were left high and dry in Kilkee for almost a week can enjoy the sea

‘Distressing’ assault under investigation as Garda review CCTV

‘Distressing’ assault under investigation as Garda review CCTV

| August 1, 2017

  GARDAI in Limerick are looking for the assistance of the public in relation to an assault recently where a

IDA bosses expect Brexit jobs boost

IDA bosses expect Brexit jobs boost

| August 1, 2017

  “A FLOW of announcements” are expected in the wake of Brexit, according to the bosses at the IDA, but

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