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Tourism and hospitality businesses across Limerick benefit hugely from Double Your Summer campaign

Tourism and hospitality businesses across Limerick have reaped the benefits of the latest tourism campaign ran by the Marketing & Communications Department of Limerick City and County Council. Double Your Summer was supported by Fáilte Ireland and promoted Limerick’s emerging status as a Gateway city to the Wild Atlantic Way and one of Ireland’s leading destinations for value, welcome and excitement.

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#LuimneachAbú reaches millions around the globe

An analysis of the #LuimneachAbú hashtag online by Limerick City and County Council’s Marketing & Communications office has shown that there were 14 million impressions over an eight day period around the All-Ireland Senior Hurling final.

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43 new homes in Rathbane development ready for tenants

The first ever tenants for a new housing development in Rathbane have received their keys from the Mayor. Forty-three new homes have been built in Rathbane, adjacent to Old Christians GAA Club, comprising of 14 two-storey and 29 three-storey homes.

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Mayor pays tribute to All-Ireland Champions

The Mayor of the City and County of Limerick has led the tributes to the Limerick hurlers who have successfully retained their All-Ireland title with a pulsating win over Cork in Croke Park. It is the first time in the history of Limerick hurling that they have won back-to-back titles and it is their third crown in four years.

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Mayor welcomes jobs investment by Bosch in Limerick

The Mayor of the City and County of Limerick has welcomed the announcement that Bosch is to establish an R&D centre for automotive electronics here in Limerick. The investment which is supported by IDA Ireland will see 30 jobs being created over the next two years.

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Let’s all get behind Limerick hurlers and show how proud we are of them - Mayor launches competition for Limerick hurling fans

The Mayor of the City and County of Limerick has unfurled a large Limerick GAA flag from the top of King John’s Castle as excitement grows ahead of this Sunday’s All-Ireland Senior Hurling final. The Mayor has also launched an online competition for hurling fans with the winner winning a commemorative 1921 Limerick jersey signed by the entire panel.

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Joint Statement ahead of All-Ireland Hurling Final

Limerick City and County Council, The Department of Public Health Mid-West, Limerick GAA, and An Garda Síochána are appealing to members of the public and businesses to support the Limerick senior hurlers safely this weekend, as a high rate of Covid-19 continues to circulate in the community.

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Statement on purchase of Troy Studios

Limerick Twenty Thirty, a property development company established as a special purpose vehicle of Limerick City and County Council, has welcomed the commitment of new owners of Troy Studios in Plassey to the future of the film in Limerick following its acquisition of the studio.