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Its National Reuse Month - Let’s Think About Consumption

October is Ireland’s National Reuse Month and to mark it a new exhibition called Let’s Think About Consumption has been opened in the Parkway Shopping Centre in Limerick. Let’s Think About Consumption challenges us to think about what we consume, bring us beyond the idea of ‘reduce, reuse and recycle’, to a more conscious prevention of waste in the first place.


Limerick and Trondheim lighting the way for Europe’s mid-sized cities

Limerick City and County Council Chief Executive Dr Pat Daly, and Trondheim Municipality Chief Executive Morten Wolden took part in the European Week of Regions and Cities in Brussels (7-10 October 2019), where they highlighted the key challenges and solutions put forward by the Horizon2020 project +CityxChange (Positive City Exchange).


Analog Devices makes sporting gesture to Mungret Community

Limerick City and County Council has welcomed the announcement that Analog Devices has transferred ownership of the two pitches which were once used by the multinationals Sports & Social Club to the Council for the benefit of the community of Mungret, Raheen and Doordoyle.


Dolores O’Riordan Music Bursary announced

Limerick City and County Council and the family of Dolores O’Riordan are pleased to announce the establishment of a Music Bursary in memory of the Cranberries singer. Dolores O’Riordan died suddenly in London on 15 January 2018, sending waves of sadness across Limerick and around the world.


Public asked for suggestions on new Corporate Plan for Limerick

As part of our ongoing commitment to citizen engagement, Limerick City and County Council is seeking input from members of the public on the creation of our new Corporate Plan. Under legislation Limerick City and County Council is obliged to prepare a Corporate Plan.


Storm Lorenzo – Limerick’s emergency services closely monitoring storm developments

Joint statement on behalf of Limerick City and County Council, HSE Mid West, An Garda Síochána: The Severe Weather Action Team and the Local Co-ordination Group met earlier today to discuss preparations for the arrival of Strom Lorenzo. Met Éireann has issued an ORANGE Wind Warning for Limerick along with Cork, Clare, Kerry, Galway and Mayo.