Pupils at an afterschool club in Limerick now have LEGO for homework, funded by Limerick City and County Council’s Regeneration Project. Southill Afterschool has developed a novel approach to homework with their own Lego BRICKX club.
Limerick City and County Council regrets to announce that this year’s Limerick St Patrick’s Day Parade and the 50th Limerick International Band Championship have been cancelled due to Covid-19 (Coronavirus) concerns.
There has been another decrease in the discharge rates from Parteen Weir. The ESB has announced they are to reduce rates this afternoon from 345 m3/ sec to 315 m3/ sec as flooding continues to impact parts of County Limerick.
The ESB has announced that discharge rates from Parteen Weir are to reduce this afternoon to 345 m3/ sec as flooding continues to impact parts of County Limerick. Meanwhile Limerick City and County Council is warning people of the possible hidden dangers on lands which have been underwater for more than a week, but are now beginning to dry out.
The plight of chocolate producers around the world is the focus for this year’s Fairtrade Fortnight in Limerick. Luis Miguel Garcia, a Colombian Fairtrade Coffee Co-op Manager gave a first-hand account of the importance of Fairtrade for his co-workers and their families to the assembled audience, which included the Mayor of the City and County of Limerick, head of Fairtrade Ireland Peter Gaynor and students from around Limerick.
Discharge rates from Parteen Weir remain unchanged as flood prevention monitoring continues across parts of Limerick
Discharge rates from Parteen Weir are remaining at the same level of 370 m3/ sec for the second day in a row as flooding continues to impact parts of County Limerick. Staff of Limerick City and County Council are continuing to monitor flood defences erected over a week ago in Castleconnell, Montpelier, Annacotty and Mountshannon Road to make sure that pumps are working and sandbag defences are not breached.
Limerick City and County Council has today announced that it has created a post for a dedicated City Centre Revitalisation Manager to spearhead a programme to help redress challenges to the retail sector. This follows on from the exciting news last week that the €180 million Opera Centre development has received planning consent and development work will commence later this year, as will re-development work on O’Connell Street.
Limerick’s St. Patrick’s Festival 2020 will be shown to millions of people on American television - courtesy of Tourism Ireland and Fáilte Ireland. It’s part of a major tourism initiative to attract more international visitors to Limerick and Ireland this year. ABC Network and global internet media company Travelzoo will be covering all the fun, the colour and the spectacle of Limerick’s St. Patrick’s Festival as the two kilometre parade route will be filled by participants from all parts of Limerick and across the country, including schools, sports clubs, industry and the new communities that now call Limerick home.
ESB cuts discharge rates from Parteen Weir as flood prevention measures continue across parts of Limerick
The ESB has indicated that discharged rates from Parteen Weir will be decreased to 370 m3/ sec today, down from 400 m3/ sec for the past number of days. Flood defences in Castleconnell, Montpelier, Annacotty and Mountshannon Road are continuously being monitored by Limerick City and County Council staff to make sure that pumps are working and defences have not been breached.
A company who supplies the international film industry with model making, set design/props and unique prosthetic developments has been announced as this year’s overall winner of the Limerick final of the National Enterprise Awards. Mark Maher Models Ltd trading as Odyssey Studios was named at a gala ceremony in the Limerick Strand Hotel this afternoon (02 Mar 2020), which marks the start of Local Enterprise Week 2020.
Staff of Limerick City and County Council are continuing to monitor flood levels in parts of County Limerick along the Lower River Shannon. Flood defences erected in Castleconnell, Montpelier, Annacotty and Mountshannon Road are continuing to hold as water levels begin to level off.