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Collins’ family nightmare ends after Roy’s inquest records murder verdict

Collins’ family nightmare ends after Roy’s inquest records murder verdict

Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie STEVE Collins, the father of Roy Collins who was murdered by a notorious criminal gang has said that the inquest into his death brings to an end the ten year nightmare that he and his family have had to endure. Roy Collins was shot dead at Coin Castle Amusement Arcade on April 2, […]

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ISME issue open letter to Taoiseach

ISME issue open letter to Taoiseach

IN A quirky release to deliver a message, ISME, the Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association issued an open letter to the Taoiseach highlighting a perceived “discrimination” between an employee and the self employed. The letter reads: Open Letter to An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, TD. Dear Taoiseach, “I have a dream” Help fight discrimination. I […]

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Greyhound Board to address public spending waste

Greyhound Board to address public spending waste

REPRESENTATIVES from Bord na gCon will appear before the Committee of Public Accounts this Thursday to discuss mismanagement of public expenditure in relation to the purchase of lands for Limerick Greyhound Stadium. The meeting will also consider the knock-on impact of the cost overruns of the project on the financial position of the commercial state body, […]

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BREAKING NEWS

Collins’ family nightmare ends after Roy’s inquest records murder verdict

Collins’ family nightmare ends after Roy’s inquest records murder verdict

Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie STEVE Collins, the father of Roy Collins who was murdered by a notorious criminal gang has said that the inquest into his death brings to an end the ten year nightmare that he and his family have had to endure. Roy Collins was shot dead at Coin Castle Amusement Arcade on April 2, […]

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Greyhound Board to address public spending waste

Greyhound Board to address public spending waste

REPRESENTATIVES from Bord na gCon will appear before the Committee of Public Accounts this Thursday to discuss mismanagement of public expenditure in relation to the purchase of lands for Limerick Greyhound Stadium. The meeting will also consider the knock-on impact of the cost overruns of the project on the financial position of the commercial state body, […]

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New commissioner to transform service

New commissioner to transform service

Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie NOIRIN O’Sullivan, who has been appointed as the new Garda Commissioner, says that she is going to work with all the stakeholders to transform the force into a “21st century police service” The highest ranking position in the force that Ms O’Sullivan takes up after and being appointed as an interim acting […]

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SPORT

Christy Fagan named SSE Airtricity/SWAI Player of the Month for November

Christy Fagan named SSE Airtricity/SWAI Player of the Month for November

St Patrick’s Athletic striker Christy Fagan has been named the SSE Airtricity/Soccer Writers’ Association of Ireland Player of the Month for November. It is the second time that Fagan has won the monthly award which was presented to him today by Leanne Sheill from SSE Airtricity. Fagan capped off a terrific season, in which he […]

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HRI – Racing Review

HRI – Racing Review

Ladbrokes Troytown Goes To Elliott And Sexton A remarkable gamble was landed in the Ladbrokes Troytown Handicap Chase at Navan on Sunday. Kevin Sexton made all the running to win on the Gordon Elliott-trained Balbriggan who had been backed from 20/1 to 4/1 favourite for the €100,000 event. It was a huge day for Elliott […]

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Munster’s Howard relishing home debut

Munster’s Howard relishing home debut

MUNSTER rugby’s new short term signing Pat Howard has settled in well to the squad in recent weeks. The West Province young gun made his debut for Anthony Foley’s men last weekend against Newport Gwent Dragons and not turns his attention to Thomond Park, which he hears is ‘amazing’ The outside centre, who is open […]

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LIFESTYLE

Free concert with RTE Contempo Quartet

Free concert with RTE Contempo Quartet

THIS Friday 28, The Granary Library on Michael Street will host a concert by RTE’s Contempo Quartet that is open and free to all. Taking place at 1pm, it’s part of the formal Autumn Lunchtime Concert Series 2014, to be enhanced this Friday by poetry readings from the ‘Mountain ash in Connemara’ album by Joan […]

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Pat Kinevane to premier ‘Underneath’ in Limerick

Pat Kinevane to premier ‘Underneath’ in Limerick

Fishamble: The New Play Company presents playwright and actor Pat Kinevane’s latest, ‘Underneath’ at Lime Tree Theatre from Wednesday December 3. Directed by Jim Culleton of Fishamble, Kinevane is sole actor in this, his third such production and brought here by City of Culture. Interview this Thursday 27 in Limerick Post Art’s page with the […]

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LIT Students put on entrepreneurial hats in aid of four Irish charities this Thursday

LIT Students put on entrepreneurial hats in aid of four Irish charities this Thursday

LIMERICK Institute of Technology’s MarketLink Entrepreneur programme requires students to put their thinking caps on and to develop a business. Students work in groups and develop their business right through from the initial idea generation to the final launch, which takes place at the Christmas exhibition this Thursday. The event is open to the general […]

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ENTERTAINMENT

Free concert with RTE Contempo Quartet

Free concert with RTE Contempo Quartet

THIS Friday 28, The Granary Library on Michael Street will host a concert by RTE’s Contempo Quartet that is open and free to all. Taking place at 1pm, it’s part of the formal Autumn Lunchtime Concert Series 2014, to be enhanced this Friday by poetry readings from the ‘Mountain ash in Connemara’ album by Joan […]

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Pat Kinevane to premier ‘Underneath’ in Limerick

Pat Kinevane to premier ‘Underneath’ in Limerick

Fishamble: The New Play Company presents playwright and actor Pat Kinevane’s latest, ‘Underneath’ at Lime Tree Theatre from Wednesday December 3. Directed by Jim Culleton of Fishamble, Kinevane is sole actor in this, his third such production and brought here by City of Culture. Interview this Thursday 27 in Limerick Post Art’s page with the […]

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LIT Students put on entrepreneurial hats in aid of four Irish charities this Thursday

LIT Students put on entrepreneurial hats in aid of four Irish charities this Thursday

LIMERICK Institute of Technology’s MarketLink Entrepreneur programme requires students to put their thinking caps on and to develop a business. Students work in groups and develop their business right through from the initial idea generation to the final launch, which takes place at the Christmas exhibition this Thursday. The event is open to the general […]

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PHOTOS

Pictures – Kilmallock claim Munster hurling crown

Pictures – Kilmallock claim Munster hurling crown

Related posts: Limerick claim Munster Hurling Championship Crown LIMERICK are the 2013 Munster Senior Hurling champions. John Allen’s… Pictures – Munster Champions Kilmallock’s Homecoming Pictures from Munster Club Hurling Champions Kilmallock’s homecoming on Sunday… Limerick win Munster Minor Hurling Crown LIMERICK hurling has secured the Munster double. For the first… Na Piarsaigh claim county crown […]

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‘A Night to Remember’ is revealed

‘A Night to Remember’ is revealed

Related posts: Making it ‘A Night to Remember’ ANNUAL supporters of the mighty ‘A Night to Remember’ concert… A noise to remember LAST Friday night, Munster rugby supporters were treated to yet… After Dark – Burns’ Night at Bobby Byrnes Bar LAST Saturday 25, the tenth annual Robbie Burns Night took… Remembered Joys for Limerick […]

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Climbing castle ramparts with Jack, Jill and beanstalk

Climbing castle ramparts with Jack, Jill and beanstalk

Related posts: Jack and his gigantic beanstalk NEWS of Centrestage’s Chrstimas panto ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ was… Surprise cameos for Jack The Beanstalk BELLTABLE’s ‘Jack & the Beanstalk’ became the first panto to… Shadow puppetry enhances Jack’s Beanstalk world WITH the combined heft of Richie Ryan director, Mike Finn… Happy Faces Day for Jack & […]

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Collins’ family nightmare ends after Roy’s inquest records murder verdict

Collins’ family nightmare ends after Roy’s inquest records murder verdict

| November 26, 2014

Andrew Carey andrew@limerickpost.ie STEVE Collins, the father of Roy Collins who was murdered by a notorious criminal gang has said that the inquest into his death brings to an end the ten year nightmare that he and his family have had to endure. Roy Collins was shot dead at Coin Castle Amusement Arcade on April 2, […]

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ISME issue open letter to Taoiseach

ISME issue open letter to Taoiseach

| November 26, 2014

IN A quirky release to deliver a message, ISME, the Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association issued an open letter to the Taoiseach highlighting a perceived “discrimination” between an employee and the self employed. The letter reads: Open Letter to An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, TD. Dear Taoiseach, “I have a dream” Help fight discrimination. I […]

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Greyhound Board to address public spending waste

Greyhound Board to address public spending waste

| November 26, 2014

REPRESENTATIVES from Bord na gCon will appear before the Committee of Public Accounts this Thursday to discuss mismanagement of public expenditure in relation to the purchase of lands for Limerick Greyhound Stadium. The meeting will also consider the knock-on impact of the cost overruns of the project on the financial position of the commercial state body, […]

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Christy Fagan named SSE Airtricity/SWAI Player of the Month for November

Christy Fagan named SSE Airtricity/SWAI Player of the Month for November

| November 26, 2014

St Patrick’s Athletic striker Christy Fagan has been named the SSE Airtricity/Soccer Writers’ Association of Ireland Player of the Month for November. It is the second time that Fagan has won the monthly award which was presented to him today by Leanne Sheill from SSE Airtricity. Fagan capped off a terrific season, in which he […]

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Free concert with RTE Contempo Quartet

Free concert with RTE Contempo Quartet

| November 26, 2014

THIS Friday 28, The Granary Library on Michael Street will host a concert by RTE’s Contempo Quartet that is open and free to all. Taking place at 1pm, it’s part of the formal Autumn Lunchtime Concert Series 2014, to be enhanced this Friday by poetry readings from the ‘Mountain ash in Connemara’ album by Joan […]

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