Tag: Gardaí

Gardai seek driver who drove wrong way down M7 motorway

Gardai seek driver who drove wrong way down M7 motorway

| July 21, 2017

GARDAI in Limerick are appealing for witnesses to a car that drove on the wrong side of the Limerick to Dublin M7 motorway. Last Saturday, July 15, at around 2.50pm, a silver Toyota Corolla or Avensis car drove the wrong way down the motorway between Exits 31 and 30, into the path of oncoming traffic […]

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Bubu’s death is a damning indictment of systematic failures of homeless

Bubu’s death is a damning indictment of systematic failures of homeless

| July 19, 2017

  SHE had a heart of gold, but Louise ‘Bubu’ Casey’s death on one of the main streets of the city is a damning indictment of the system and its failures to address the homeless crisis in Limerick. Those were the sentiments of coroner John McNamara at the inquest of the 31 year-old Limerick woman […]

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Rape Crisis support for Limerick sexual assault treatment unit

Rape Crisis support for Limerick sexual assault treatment unit

| July 12, 2017

  RAPE Crisis Midwest has come out in support of calls for the provision of a full-time sexual assault treatment unit at University Hospital Limerick (UHL). When Limerick Fianna Fáil TD Niall Collins raised the matter in the Dáil, he was informed by the HSE that they have no plans to establish such a unit […]

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#BREAKING Man arrested after Limerick shooting

#BREAKING Man arrested after Limerick shooting

| July 11, 2017

GARDAI in Roxboro have arrested a man in his late 20s in connection with a shooting incident that occurred on the southside of Limerick city this Tuesday afternoon at approximately 3pm. The shooting is understood to have taken place near Kennedy Park. An injured man, understood to be aged in his mid 30s and resident […]

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#BREAKING Grenande found submerged at Thomond Bridge

#BREAKING Grenande found submerged at Thomond Bridge

| July 5, 2017

  A GRENADE, which will most likely turnout to be a relic of some antiquity, was discovered by maintenance staff who were carrying out repair works to Thomond Bridge in Limerick this Wednesday afternoon. The discovery was made shortly after 1pm by specialist contractors who had been working on the stone facade of Thomond Bridge. […]

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Gardaí told to target activities of roaming Limerick teenage gang

Gardaí told to target activities of roaming Limerick teenage gang

| June 29, 2017

  DECISIVE action needs to be taken to curb a sharp rise in anti-social behaviour on the Old Cratloe Road in Limerick after a gang of teenagers were accused of carrying out random attacks in the area. The call comes from Sinn Féin TD Maurice Quinlivan and Councillor John Costelloe who have called for Garda intervention. […]

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Tourist wants to thank unknown Limerick hero

Tourist wants to thank unknown Limerick hero

| June 22, 2017

WHILE enjoying a coffee in Limerick city last Thursday, a woman tourist was distracted by an altercation and had her wallet robbed by an opportunist thief. A man who was also in the coffee shop, confronted the female thief who dropped the wallet as she ran from the premises. The man returned the wallet to the […]

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Murder suspect sent Limerick Gardai on ‘wild goose chase’

Murder suspect sent Limerick Gardai on ‘wild goose chase’

| June 14, 2017

  THE WOMAN charged with the murder of Paddy Redmond at an apartment in Limerick in 2013 sent Gardai on a “wild goose chase”, his inquest has heard. Patrick Redmond (65) of 113 Month Kennett Apartments, Mount Kennett, Dock Road, was found in a pool of blood by Gardai at Mary Lynch’s neighbouring apartment during […]

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Limerick motorists given third option to pay fines

Limerick motorists given third option to pay fines

| June 8, 2017

  FIXED charge penalty notices can now be paid up to seven days before a court appearance after the new Courts Act 2017 was enacted this month. Previously, motorists who were issued with a penalty notice had two options to pay the fine; within 28 days of the notice issue or within a second period […]

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Moroccan national arrested in Limerick with terrorist’s ID

Moroccan national arrested in Limerick with terrorist’s ID

| June 6, 2017

  A MOROCCAN national has been arrested and detained after he was found in possession of identification papers linked to one of the London terror attackers. Gardai from the National Immigration Bureau arrested the man at his Limerick home on Bank Holiday Monday night. It is understood that they had been acting on information intelligence received […]

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