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Bruff is living the teenagers’ dream #Bruff #Limerick #Munster #Rugby

Bruff is living the teenagers’ dream #Bruff #Limerick #Munster #Rugby

Limerick is famous for its proud rugby tradition. From the early 1900’s to the present day, intense rivalries on the pitch have led to great stories and friendships off it. As part of his series on the seven senior All Ireland League rugby clubs based in Limerick, Daragh Frawley turns his attention to Division 2C side, […]

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Meet Limerick’s ‘Foxy Lady’

Meet Limerick’s ‘Foxy Lady’

EVERY night without fail an animal-loving Limerick woman prepares a chicken supper for a very special caller before then going to her front door and whistling to let him know it’s ready. Meet the Treaty City’s very own ‘Fantastic Mrs Fox’. Jean Goodwin from Thomondgate, on the outskirts of the city centre, is a creature […]

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Teen apprehended by homeowner during County Limerick burglary

Teen apprehended by homeowner during County Limerick burglary

A 17-YEAR-OLD teenager is in custody with gardai after a member of the public apprehended the youth during a burglary at a house in County Limerick. The teenage boy was captured during a burglary at a house in Pallaskenry at around 5am this Thursday morning. Gardai are questioning the youth in connection with the burglary […]

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BREAKING NEWS

Teen apprehended by homeowner during County Limerick burglary

Teen apprehended by homeowner during County Limerick burglary

A 17-YEAR-OLD teenager is in custody with gardai after a member of the public apprehended the youth during a burglary at a house in County Limerick. The teenage boy was captured during a burglary at a house in Pallaskenry at around 5am this Thursday morning. Gardai are questioning the youth in connection with the burglary […]

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Limerick navigation will not reopen as expected this weekend

Limerick navigation will not reopen as expected this weekend

  THE navigation on the Shannon River between Parteen Weir and Limerick city will not reopen this weekend as previously indicated by Waterways Ireland as remedial works have been delayed, it has emerged this Thursday. Last April, the passage of water between the Parteen Weir and Limerick city was closed. In May, calls for it to […]

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Limerick priest charged with indecently assaulting boy

Limerick priest charged with indecently assaulting boy

A SERVING Catholic priest has been charged with allegedly indecently assaulting a young boy during the 1980s in an East Limerick parish. The 60-year-old priest, who can not be named for legal reasons, is charged with eight counts of indecent assault on dates between September 1, 1988 and August 1, 1990. Appearing before Limerick District […]

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SPORT

GAA – Wanted : Two managers and a champion

GAA – Wanted : Two managers and a champion

LIMERICK GAA are on the look out for a senior hurling manager, a senior football manager and a new senior hurling champion following a busy few weeks. A replacement for TJ Ryan is expected to be named in the coming month, while the news was announced this week that John Brudair would not be putting […]

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Soccer – Limerick FC – Champions in waiting

Soccer – Limerick FC – Champions in waiting

SHOULD Limerick FC, unbeaten in all 21 league games thus far in 2016, pick up as much as a point when they travel to UCD this Sunday evening (kick-off 6pm), their promotion to the Premier Division at the first attempt will be secured. Martin Russell takes his side to face his former club in the […]

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TV – Something for the weekend – Live Sport

TV – Something for the weekend – Live Sport

Soccer Fri-26-Aug BL Bayern v W Bremen 7.30pm BT3 Fri-26-Aug SB Burton v Derby 7.45pm SS1 Fri-26-Aug SPL Kilmarnock v Rangers 7.45pm BT1 Fri-26-Aug FL1 Marseille v Lorient 7.45pm EPSN Fri-26-Aug SLL Betis v Deportivo 7.45pm SS2 Fri-26-Aug SLL Espanyol v Malaga 9pm SSRB Sat-27-Aug EPL Spurs v Liverpool 12.30pm SS1 Sat-27-Aug SA Lazio v […]

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LIFESTYLE

Cabaret: The Wild MUXZ.. with the Poetry Collective

Cabaret: The Wild MUXZ.. with the Poetry Collective

LIMERICK Writers’ Centre offers another evening of cabaret and literary power at the Belltable, 69 O’Connell Street on Thursday September 15 at 8pm. Under the intriguing title of ‘The Wild MUXZ…with the Poetry Collective’, this show “explores the reality of a sentient cosmos by placing 21st Century Technological Human in flux among the Elements in […]

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The Acoustic Club features Shirley Callaghan

The Acoustic Club features Shirley Callaghan

THE Acoustic Club continues to attract a large crowd of musicians, songwriters and fans every Tuesday to Charlie Malone’s Bar, Wolfe Tone Street. The open mic session welcomes special guest singer/ songwriter Shirley Callaghan this Tuesday August 30. From Shannon, Shirley is currently working on her first album due out in February.  She recorded her first EP in […]

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LSAD artist shortlisted for Australia’s richest portrait prize

LSAD artist shortlisted for Australia’s richest portrait prize

THE LSAD trained artist Thomas Delohery is a finalist in the Black Swan Portrait Prize 216 in Western Australia. Delohery now lives in Melbourne and has been resident in Oz for years, having been awarded a Distinguished Talent Visa. The subject of the Clare painter’s entry is Holocaust survivor Henri Korn who works in the […]

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ENTERTAINMENT

The Acoustic Club features Shirley Callaghan

The Acoustic Club features Shirley Callaghan

THE Acoustic Club continues to attract a large crowd of musicians, songwriters and fans every Tuesday to Charlie Malone’s Bar, Wolfe Tone Street. The open mic session welcomes special guest singer/ songwriter Shirley Callaghan this Tuesday August 30. From Shannon, Shirley is currently working on her first album due out in February.  She recorded her first EP in […]

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LSAD artist shortlisted for Australia’s richest portrait prize

LSAD artist shortlisted for Australia’s richest portrait prize

THE LSAD trained artist Thomas Delohery is a finalist in the Black Swan Portrait Prize 216 in Western Australia. Delohery now lives in Melbourne and has been resident in Oz for years, having been awarded a Distinguished Talent Visa. The subject of the Clare painter’s entry is Holocaust survivor Henri Korn who works in the […]

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Lloyd Cole: Are You Ready to be Heartbroken?

Lloyd Cole: Are You Ready to be Heartbroken?

THE release of 2015’s ‘Lloyd Cole and the Commotions Collected Recordings 1983-1989’ was warmly received and sold out quickly. So much so, the boxset has been reprinted and Lloyd Cole has embarked on a solo tour playing songs exclusively from that era as well as his first four solo albums. In 1984 every student bedsit […]

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Other Recent Stories

Cabaret: The Wild MUXZ.. with the Poetry Collective

Cabaret: The Wild MUXZ.. with the Poetry Collective

| August 27, 2016

LIMERICK Writers’ Centre offers another evening of cabaret and literary power at the Belltable, 69 O’Connell Street on Thursday September 15 at 8pm. Under the intriguing title of ‘The Wild MUXZ…with the Poetry Collective’, this show “explores the reality of a sentient cosmos by placing 21st Century Technological Human in flux among the Elements in […]

Continue Reading

GAA – Wanted : Two managers and a champion

GAA – Wanted : Two managers and a champion

| August 26, 2016

LIMERICK GAA are on the look out for a senior hurling manager, a senior football manager and a new senior hurling champion following a busy few weeks. A replacement for TJ Ryan is expected to be named in the coming month, while the news was announced this week that John Brudair would not be putting […]

Continue Reading

Soccer – Limerick FC – Champions in waiting

Soccer – Limerick FC – Champions in waiting

| August 26, 2016

SHOULD Limerick FC, unbeaten in all 21 league games thus far in 2016, pick up as much as a point when they travel to UCD this Sunday evening (kick-off 6pm), their promotion to the Premier Division at the first attempt will be secured. Martin Russell takes his side to face his former club in the […]

Continue Reading

The Acoustic Club features Shirley Callaghan

The Acoustic Club features Shirley Callaghan

| August 26, 2016

THE Acoustic Club continues to attract a large crowd of musicians, songwriters and fans every Tuesday to Charlie Malone’s Bar, Wolfe Tone Street. The open mic session welcomes special guest singer/ songwriter Shirley Callaghan this Tuesday August 30. From Shannon, Shirley is currently working on her first album due out in February.  She recorded her first EP in […]

Continue Reading

LSAD artist shortlisted for Australia’s richest portrait prize

LSAD artist shortlisted for Australia’s richest portrait prize

| August 26, 2016

THE LSAD trained artist Thomas Delohery is a finalist in the Black Swan Portrait Prize 216 in Western Australia. Delohery now lives in Melbourne and has been resident in Oz for years, having been awarded a Distinguished Talent Visa. The subject of the Clare painter’s entry is Holocaust survivor Henri Korn who works in the […]

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