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Southill to host Jobs Fair with local employers

The final jobs fair specifically tailored to local people in regeneration areas of Limerick is due to take place this Thursday 22 September in Southill Hub from 6pm - 8pm. This is the fourth of the jobs fairs, which aim to bring employers into the communities and provide attendees with direct contact to the opportunities available within their company.

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Limerick ‘Student City’ a home away from home for third level attendees

Third level students starting college in Limerick in the coming weeks, or those returning, are being reminded that there is a fantastic student experience 'off campus' in Limerick City. Limerick City and County Council is encouraging university students, further education students, apprentices and skills based learning attendees to get out and about and experience Limerick City like never before.

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Culture Night Limerick returns with a host of live events for 2022

Culture Night 2022 celebrates a full return to live events for the first time in 2 years on Friday 23rd September.

Artists and cultural organisations across the city and county are planning on bringing an exciting programme of live events for young and old to enjoy.

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Full list of finalists announced in Limerick Going for Gold Tidy Towns competition

Six wildcards have been chosen to compete in the final of the Limerick Going for Gold Tidy Towns category.

Judging has been completed with six groups selected as wildcards to compete in the grand final. Whittling the wildcards down to six was an incredibly difficult job for the Limerick Going for Gold Judges, Richard Barry, Tallanstown, Co. Louth and Michael Griffin from Limerick.

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Story of the Knights of Glin brought to life with new experience

The history of the Knights of Glin and their associated links with the village of Glin in Co. Limerick has been brought to life in a new visitor experience.

The Knights of Glin Experience tells the 800-year story of the knights from when they arrived, right down to the last knight, Desmond Fitzgerald and the reimagining of the relationship with the village in recent years.