A fascinating insight into Limerick and Munster women in politics and public life over the past century has been unveiled at Limerick City and County Council.
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A new campaign urging dog owners to clean up after their dogs has premiered in cinemas across Limerick. Dog Pooh! is a catchy anti-dog fouling animation composed and created by Annette McNelis.
Children from the Southill Afterschool Club in Limerick are getting in on the ‘green’ environment message with the launch of a set of seven keyrings. The schoolchildren ranging in ages from 8 to 12 initially made posters on environmental and litter themes and then worked with a graphic designer to develop their ideas into keyrings.
The secrets behind a campaign, which led to Limerick becoming Ireland’s ‘breastfeeding-friendly’ capital are being shared across the country.
Limerick Museum in partnership with Mungret Heritage Society has held a highly successful pop-up museum in Mungret St Paul’s GAA Community Centre.
Limerick City and County Council scooped the top prize after being named as Council of the Year at the annual All-Ireland Community and Council (LAMA) Awards.
Limerick City and County Council is continuing to monitor Storm Erik as it tracks across Ireland. A Status YELLOW wind warning remains in place for Limerick until 6am on Saturday morning (09 Feb 2019).
The Limerick region’s status as a location for international events has been underscored today by the announcement that it has won the bid to become the first northern hemisphere host of the Tag World Cup.
Construction is to begin very shortly on a new housing development in Patrickswell in County Limerick. Sixteen homes varying in size from one to two storeys and from two-bedrooms and upwards are being built on a council-owned site at Lisheen Park in the village.
The Regeneron Great Limerick Run today promised to do justice to its 10th anniversary celebrations by having the biggest and best event yet.
Limerick is the place to be for tattoo aficionados as some 110 artists, 400 tattoos and more than 1,500 visitors converge for the annual Limerick Tattoo Convention weekend on the 23-24 March 2019.