Sunday Mar 2
News 4 Jax
Talking about Culhane's Irish Pub with owner Mary Jane
Since opening our doors in 2005, Culhane's has captured the attention of both everyday diners and culinary critics.
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Thu Feb 27, 2014
A night of magic in Kavanaghs
Steve Spade was born in Limerick, Ireland, and has quickly established himself as a firm favourite on the Irish celebrity circuit.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Walking in the footsteps of Brian BorAo
Clare. Image Sean Curtin 2014-02-25 15:13:54 - Historical sites in County Clare relating to the life and times of Brian BorAo are promoted in a newly developed guide marking the 1000th anniversary of the death of the Last High King of Ireland.
Limerick City Council vote to rename bridge after JFK
A VOTE has been narrowly passed by councillors in Limerick city to rename the Shannon bridge as the John F Kennedy Bridge in honour of the US president's ties with the city, amid opposition from the public and fellow city councillors.
Former Ireland international David Wallace calls on public to support Special Olympics Ireland
Former Munster and Irish legend David Wallace has called on people to support Special Olympics Ireland by taking part in the Great Limerick Run on their behalf this year.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
'Skeletons will remain buried' as Michael Walsh retires from HSE press office
HSE press officer Michael Walsh has assured management there will be no tell-all memoir now that he has retired.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
College visits City of Culture
Tourism and Heritage and Business Administration Students of Templemore College of Further Education recently visited The City of Culture.
Sat Feb 15, 2014
President of Boston council set for Limerick's St Patrick's Day parade
BOSTON's top politician will be the guest of honour at Limerick's St Patrick's Day parade this year.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Limerick council staff deliver sandbags to Castleconnell residents
"We actually have just had the council delivering sandbags to the doorsteps of all of the houses in the estate.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
BostonGlobe.com Political Headlines - February 13, 2014
Mayor Walsh makes use of the infamous Curley desk : The desk of former mayor James Michael Curley has been celebrated, stolen, and investigated.
Over 160,000 still without power as nation reels from Storm Darwin
Approximately 165,000 homes are still without power this afternoon as the ESB crews continued to work at restoring electricity in the aftermath of Storm Darwin.
Linehan to skip St. Patrick's parade
Boston City Council president Bill Linehan announced Wednesday that this St. Patrick's Day he will be far away from his home in South Boston.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Trail of destruction sweeps country
Clockwise from main: three generations of one family had a miraculous escape when this tree crushed their car in Portlaoise; a child is helped to her mum's car by a teacher in Tralee; a roof is blown off a hotel in Tralee, Co Kerry; a wall fell on top of this BMW in Limerick Hurricane-strength gales tore roofs from buildings; forced schools and ... (more)
200,000 Customers Without Power In Ireland
It is the biggest power outage in the country for more than 15 years, with more than 2,000 separate faults across the network.
Limerick is Ireland's city of Culture in 2014
Shepherd Entertainment takes you on a tour of Limerick, which lies along the Shannon River and is the third largest city of the country.
Red Alert: Almost 260,000 homes without electricity as storms batter country
This is the terrifying moment a roof is torn off a building in Limerick City as Storm Darwin continues to batter the country.
Council has designs on Planning Awards
The projects are among 33 shortlisted by the Irish Planning Institute, the organisers of the all-island awards scheme.
Sun Feb 09, 2014
Demonstration for jailed peace activist
A demonstration in solidarity with 79-year-old jailed peace activist Margaretta D'Arcy will take place in Shannon today.
Sat Feb 08, 2014
Bleak forecast for anyone still mopping up
RESIDENTS living in areas hit by raging Atlantic storms will get no protection from floods until 2015 at the earliest, the Sunday Independent has learned.
Fri Feb 07, 2014
Irish Republican News
Son's fears for activist's health
Concern is growing for the well-being of jailed peace activist and writer Margaretta D'Arcy who remains in Limerick prison despite international protests for her release.