Celebrating Pride in Limerick Ireland
I've always been a big supporter of equal rights. Not gay rights, not women's rights, not African American or Latino or any other groups' rights.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Cork trainee pilot killed in road crash 'got out of car before collapsing'
The single-vehicle incident occurred on the N20 Limerick Cork road at Ballyphillip, Banogue, Co Limerick, around 11.50pm last night.
The 85th Limerick Show will have an 'innovative' approach
LIMERICK Show has never been afraid to try new things and this year there will even be a stand to promote innovation.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Historic City News
Celtic Thunder concerts coming to Culhane's Irish Pub
Culhane's Irish Pub owner and 2014 JAX Chamber Beaches Division Small Business Leader of the Year, Lynda Culhane, announced to Historic City News that members of the famous Irish ensemble, Celtic Thunder, will be playing a series of concerts at Culhane's Irish Pub in Atlantic Beach.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Chambers welcome signing of Shannon Airport Bill
The Chambers of Ennis, Galway, Limerick and Shannon, which represent 1,355 members with a combined employment level of 45,700, have welcomed the recent signing into law of the Shannon Airport Bill by President Michael D Higgins.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Tuwai named player of the tournament
BUCA villager from Cakaudrove, Jerry Tuwai was named player of the tournament in the two-day Worlds Club 7s meet at Limerick Ireland at the weekend.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
'Evocative' images of Limerick city in a different era
'COMPELLING, evocative and stunning' is how the National Photographic Archive has described the body of work of Limerick photographer Gerry Andrews.
Business leaders want refurbishment works at Shannon Free Zone
BUSINESSES in the region would like to see any "surplus income" from the Shannon Free Zone reinvested in modernising commercial property there.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Limerick's New 95FM
Shannon Airport records strong growth in air traffic figures
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Thu Jul 31, 2014
War Is A Crime
Another Irish Peace Activist To Be Arrest - read his statement
Niall Farrell of the Galway Alliance Against War is to be arrested on Friday, 1st of August on his return from abroad and sent to Limerick Prison for his involvement in a peace protest with Margaretta D'Arcy last September on the runway at Shannon airport.
Limerick hairdressers urged to boycott Israeli haircare products
HAIRDRESSERS in Limerick are being urged to stop using Israeli haircare products, and the public is being urged to support the boycott of all Israeli goods, as the conflict continues in Gaza.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Man trapped after fall
AN elderly man is recovering in hospital after he got wedged between a tree and a wall following a fall.
Peace activist to a surrender himselfa in Eyre Square
Controversial Galway peace activist Niall Farrell will "surrender himself" to garda at the Liam Mellows statue in Eyre Square, at 1.30pm on Friday.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Review: 'Angela's Ashes' lacks the spark of McCourt's classic memoir
Narrator: If I were in America I could say "I love you, dad", the way they do in the films.