There were jubilant celebrations at the Limerick Going for Gold grand final last night [Wednesday 25 October 2023] as Kilfinane was named as overall winner for 2023.
The Department of Transport have issued approval to progress the Coonagh to Knockalisheen Distributor Road Project to tender stage.
Limerick City and County Council are taking steps to guard against potential flooding with higher than normal high tides forecast across the October Bank Holiday weekend.
“Empowering Business Together” was the theme of the LEO Midwest conference for female entrepreneurs who took part in Ireland’s National Women’s Enterprise Day in the Clayton Hotel in Limerick City.
Visitors are invited to do Limerick Greenway their way this Autumn, where some of the country’s most historic sites meet with West Limerick hospitality for a rich and accessible experience.
Limerick City Library and Europe Direct Centre is delighted to announce that it will, for the first time, be hosting the annual Europe Direct Soapbox Public Speaking Competition.
The fourth Regeneration Jobs Fair of 2023 comes to the Southill Hub on Thursday, October 19.
Lucky Friday the 13th as Limerick.ie launches fangtastic programme to suit all ages. Prepare for a spell of a time as Limerick transforms into the ultimate haunt for Halloween.
The Mayor of the City and County of Limerick, Cllr Gerald Mitchell, has this week expressed his deepest gratitude to the legendary philanthropist, Mr. Chuck Feeney, whose unwavering commitment and generous contributions have left an indelible mark on our community and the entire nation of Ireland.
The Mayor of the City and County of Limerick, Cllr Gerald Mitchell, has today congratulated the Limerick winners at this year’s 2023 Tidy Towns competition.
Draw Out is excited to announce the completion of a stunning ground mural. The ambitious project, which boasts an eye catching and innovative design, has been developed on Honan's Quay riverfront by local artist collective Draw Out alongside their partners, Limerick City and County Council and University of Limerick.
Are you a homeowner over the age of 55 and find your house too large for your needs? Limerick City and County Council may be able to help.