Limerick now even more accessible following Norwegian Air International announcement of services from Shannon to New York and Rhode Island
Thursday 23rd February 2017: Limerick has become even more accessible to visitors from North America following the announcement by Norwegian Air International of two new services starting this summer to the US.
Tuesday 21st February 2017: Share your views on the future direction of the city. How can we best take advantage of Limerick’s medieval heritage? What about Georgian Limerick? How can the city best connect to its greatest asset the River Shannon?
Publish Date: Monday 20th February 2017: Second hand charity shops can be a treasure trove of interesting fashion and accessories. They are a great way of reusing and upcycling unwanted items and also helping to reduce the amount of clothes that are thrown out and end up in landfill.
Friday 17th February 2017: You can now travel the more than three kilometre route from the University of Limerick or Corbally right into the heart of the city centre along the scenic River Shannon and the canal.
Thursday 16th February 2017: St Joseph’s Burial Ground in Knocklong and Ardpatrick Burial Ground have been selected the overall Burial Ground Awards for 2016.
Thursday 16th February 2017: The Limerick Arts Office has announced it is now seeking applications from individual artists or organisations under the ‘Grants Under the Arts Act’ scheme.
Teenage inspiration in fight against cyberbullying and Anthony Foley honoured in Limerick Person of the Year awards
Thursday 16th February 2017: The 14 year-old Limerick boy, Luke Culhane, whose viral video warning against cyberbullying and the late Anthony Foley – posthumously receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award - were today the top recipients at the Limerick Person of the Year awards.
Wednesday 15th February 2017: Sixty-four men aged from 18 years of age from across the southside of Limerick city have taken part in the latest Late Night Soccer League in Roxboro in Limerick.
Wednesday 15th February 2017: Limerick’s economic fortunes have continued in the first two months of the year where they left off in 2016, with 400 jobs announced in January and early February.
Monday 13th February 2017: Five Limerick organisations have received funding to the tune of almost €1 million under the government’s capital funding for arts and culture centres across the country.
Wednesday, 15th February 2017: In 2016, US-based Fazzi Healthcare Services established a new coding and healthcare services company in Limerick, with plans to create 300 jobs in the next five years.
Wednesday, 15th February 2017: Limerick.ie's Q&A with Edwina Gore, owner of Gore Communications, following her recent election to President of Network Ireland Limerick.
Wednesday, 15th February 2017: Developers investing in Limerick will pay smaller development levy contributions following a decision taken by Limerick City and County Council.
Struck by the ‘amazing goodness of people’ – says Olive Foley as Mayor presents Limerick’s Book of Condolences on husband’s passing
Tuesday 7th February 2017: The wife of the late Anthony Foley has described the 10,000 signatures on Limerick City and County Council’s Book of Condolences presented to her this week as another reminder of the ‘amazing goodness of people’.
Never before seen photographs helps ‘Pigtown’ trace a unique history of Limerick’s famous bacon industry
Tuesday 7th February 2017: Limerick is synonymous for its ham and a new book published by the Limerick Archives section of Limerick City and County Council and Mary Immaculate College traces the industry’s unique history.