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Limerick Twenty Thirty upholds city’s finest architectural standards with two major national wins

Limerick Twenty Thirty’s determination to maintain the proud architectural standards long since associated with the city has been recognised with two major awards on consecutive nights. The accolades kept coming for the already critically acclaimed Gardens International building as it claimed the prestigious Design Project of the Year at the KPMG Irish Independent Property Industry Excellent Awards 2019 on Thursday night.

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Mayor and Minister launch Limerick Mayor Implementation Advisory Group

The Mayor of the City and County of Limerick, Councillor Michael Sheahan, and the Minister of State for Local Government and Electoral Reform, John Paul Phelan TD, today (2 December, 2019) launched the Advisory Group to advise on the establishment of a directly elected Mayor for Limerick.

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Taylor’s Cross and Mellon overall winners in 2019 Burial Ground Awards

Taylor’s Cross and Mellon have been selected the overall winners in the Burial Ground Awards for 2019. The announcement was made at a gala ceremony at the Fitzgerald’s Woodlands House Hotel in Adare, where the winners were announced in the Modern and Ancient categories.

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Restoration of Kilmallock West Wall shortlisted for three awards

Kilmallock’s rich and unique heritage has been recognised with three separate organisations shortlisting the West Walls Walkway project in the town for awards. Following the completion of the Kilmallock West Wall Walkway project, parts of the historic town wall became visible again for the first time in generations.

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Make the Urban Garden your base this Christmas in Limerick

The Urban Garden, in the heart of the city centre’s shopping district, will be a hub of activity between now and the big day. Soak up the festive sights and city lights as you make your plans for present buying or nights out with family and friends.

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Shopping Fairtrade Limerick more important than ever

Students from schools across Limerick have been told that climate change is making the work of the Fairtrade organisation more important than ever. The appeal came as pupils visited Istrabraq Hall in Limerick City and County Council Headquarters, Merchant’s Quay on Tuesday (19 Nov 2019) to promote the Fairtrade message and to help celebrate Fairtrade Limerick’s 14th Birthday.

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Bridge of Tears in Newcastle West reopens following emergency works

Works have been completed on the Bridge of Tears in Newcastle West following emergency works. Limerick City and County Council is informing motorists and other road users that the east lane of the bridge has now re-opened to traffic and access from the bridge southbound to the R520 (Bruff) and R522 (Dromcollogher) has been restored.