Limerick is going to the movies as part of Cruinniú na nÓg this Saturday (23 June 2018), so whether you fancy marching in a movie hero parade, participating in a workshop in film making, clay modelling or clay motion, or seeing how green screens work, or have an interest in the movie making business, then this is for you.
A new pedestrian bridge has been lifted in to place in Kilmallock in County Limerick and is a key element of the provision of a series of linked walks around the town.
Limerick City and County Council is inviting children to become a Summer Star by taking part in the public libraries’ Summer Stars reading programme during the school holidays.
Spanish flu, women’s suffrage and St. Joseph’s Hospital among topics covered by Limerick Archives talk
The Spanish Flu, Women’s Suffrage, the First World War and St. Joseph’s Hospital will be among the topics discussed at a centenary event being held by Limerick Archives on Thursday 28 June in St. Mary’s Cathedral at 7.30pm.
Limerick City and County Council has unveiled plans for the Opera Site development, promising that it will transform the social and economic profile of the city centre and stimulate growth that will benefit not just its immediate environs but the entire region.
That was the message delivered to Minister Pat Breen who attended a recent meeting of the Mid-West Action Plan for Jobs Implementation Committee, where he heard of the vision all stakeholders have for the future development of the region and how there is a strong collaborative ecosystem across the region determined to make this happen.
Government’s ambitious five-year Library Strategy will abolish fines and extend “My Open Library” initiative
The government has launched an ambitious new five-year strategy for Public Libraries across the country including here in Limerick where the city and county is serviced by 16 branches, one community library and one schools mobile library.
New Agile Innovation Fund from Enterprise Ireland launched.
The Freedom of Limerick is to be awarded to the late Detective Garda Jerry McCabe and his partner, retired Detective Garda Ben O’Sullivan.
The Local Enterprise Office (LEO) is the First Stop Shop for anyone seeking information and support on starting or growing a business in Ireland.
Limerick City and County Council has announced a revision of its organisational structure. The changes will come into effect on 01 July 2018.
A COW, Biodiversity and Free Family Cycles among the highlights of Limerick’s BeSPOKE Cycling Festival 2018
Limerick’s BeSPOKE Cycling Festival returns this year with a host of events aimed at getting people out of their cars or off their sofas and onto two wheels.