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Listings December 11 to 17

Listings December 11 to 17

| December 11, 2008

Thursday December 11Icon: Ladies NightDolans: The StunningTrinity Rooms: Access All AreasSmyths: Revenge

We should be dead farewell gig

We should be dead farewell gig

| December 11, 2008

LIMERICK band We Should Be Dead have announced plans to take on America in 2009. Their trip to the US

The Disconauts

The Disconauts

| December 11, 2008

TRINITY Rooms hosts the After Party for Munster’s (hopefully) glorious victory against Asm Clermont on Saturday December 13. In addition

Alabama 3 Acoustic and Unplugged

Alabama 3 Acoustic and Unplugged

| December 11, 2008

ALABAMA 3 Acoustic play Trinity Rooms on Sunday December 28 at 8.30pm. Local talent Brian O’Brien from Limerick band Roper

Thomond experience to scare Clermont to defeat

Thomond experience to scare Clermont to defeat

| December 11, 2008

“NOUS vivons tous dans un sous-marin jaune”. The song the Clermont fans sang last weekend after beating Munster. Losely translated

Munster name extended squad for Clermont

Munster name extended squad for Clermont

| December 11, 2008

On a foggy and cold Wednesday evening, the gathered media and press gang at the UL Arena were given details

AIL leagues reviews and previews December 13/14

AIL leagues reviews and previews December 13/14

| December 11, 2008

A WIN for Garryowen was to be the only success that the Limerick based top flight clubs would see last

Be pro-business’ appeal to City Council

Be pro-business’ appeal to City Council

| December 11, 2008

WITH an increase in commercial rates predicted in the forthcoming city estimates for 2009, as exclusively reported in last week’s

Click into city’s new website

Click into city’s new website

| December 11, 2008

LIMERICK is putting its best foot forward with the launch of a new website which showcases all that is positive

Young talent ridiculed, claims cllr Gallahue

Young talent ridiculed, claims cllr Gallahue

| December 11, 2008

THE discovery and promotion of new Irish talent is being controlled by a mafia style system that tends to ridicule

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