The completed Hyde Road Active Travel Scheme has been officially launched today by the Mayor of the City & County of Limerick, Councillor Gerald Mitchell.
New book explores experience of Limerick’s Protestant community during Ireland’s revolutionary period
Limerick City and County Council’s Decade of Centenaries programme for 2023 continues with the publication of a new collection of essays edited by Dr Seán William Gannon, Limerick City and County Library Service, and Dr Brian Hughes, Department of History, Mary Immaculate College.
Students from schools across Limerick have been told that climate change is making the work of the Fairtrade organisation more important than ever.
Limerick City and County Council published the Transport Solution for the N/M20 Cork to Limerick Project in March 2022, and subsequently published a project update in February 2023. The transport solution is not limited to consideration of a single mode of transport but is based upon a holistic, multi modal view to improving connectivity, safety, and economic links between the cities of Cork and Limerick, and ultimately Galway.
Limerick City and County Council is offering congratulations to author Paul Lynch who won the 2023 Booker Prize for his fifth novel, Prophet Song.
Get ready for a festive cultural extravaganza with a celebration of International Christmas and Winter customs! With a melting pot of around 100 nationalities calling Limerick home, this series of events promises to be a vibrant showcase of diverse traditions.
Limerick City and County Council has been named Local Authority of the Year 2023 at the twentieth annual Chambers Ireland Excellence in Local Government Awards.
Setting the stage for inclusive decision-making and social integration was the focus of the inaugural meeting of the Limerick Migrant Integration Forum.
The 45th edition of one of Ireland's longest running literary journals, The Stony Thursday Book, has been launched by the Mayor of the City and County of Limerick, Cllr Gerald Mitchell.
Embrace the season of giving by choosing Limerick and shopping local this Christmas. The holiday countdown has begun and the streets of our city and county towns are aglow with Christmas lights as businesses gear up for the merriest time of year. Get into the joy of Christmas shopping, and enjoy the festive buzz about town.
The announcement of €2.264 million in Government funding for King John’s Castle’s continued development is being welcomed by the Mayor of the City and County of Limerick Cllr Gerald Mitchell and Limerick City and County Council’s Chief Executive, Dr Pat Daly.
‘Tis the season to be jolly in Limerick with a host of Christmas festivities ready to take off like Santa’s sleigh! Step in to Christmas in Limerick, as we embrace the holiday spirit.