Trainers, iPhone and cash stolen after men invited to Limerick student village
Limerick Leader
by Donal O'Regan
1m ago
A PAIR of trainers, an iPhone 11 and a quantity of cash were taken from students' bedrooms after two men were invited by a woman back to student accommodation after a night out in the city, Limerick Circuit Criminal Court has heard. Desmond Hughes, aged 30, of St Laurence Park, Garryowen pleaded gui ..read more
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PICTURES: Limerick hurling fans embark on journey to Croke Park
Limerick Leader
by Cathal Doherty
1h ago
SMILES and cheer engulfed Colbert Station in Limerick city this Saturday morning as a sea of green embarked on a journey to Croke Park. The Limerick fans were all on their way to see the current All-Ireland hurling title hurlers take on Dublin. Limerick senior hurlers took on Dublin in Division 1B o ..read more
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University of Limerick graduate finds home away from home through GAA in France
Limerick Leader
by Jasmin Griffin
3h ago
THEY say home is where the heart is, and for University of Limerick graduate, Aisling Fee, since she doesn't often get back to her home county of Leitrim, her heart is rooted on a GAA pitch in Bordeaux. Having moved to France for work after completing her Bachelor's degree in Applied Languages at th ..read more
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No love lost as parcel stolen from Limerick home on Valentine's Day
Limerick Leader
by Frances Watkins
5h ago
THERE WAS no love lost on Valentine's Day as a Limerick homeowner reported a theft from his house. The man in his 40s who lives in Castletroy reported to gardaí in Henry Street that a parcel was taken from outside his home. He had received a notification that it had been delivered but there was no s ..read more
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HSE CEO voices concern over ‘inappropriate conclusions’ in relation to deaths at UHL
Limerick Leader
by Cathal Doherty
8h ago
THE HSE has released a statement following incidents and deaths at University Hosptial Limerick. The statement released to Limerick Live follows the news that an inquiry has been launched at UHL following the death of a 33-year-old woman following the loss of her baby. “Our first thoughts in relatio ..read more
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BREAKING: Inquiry launched at University Hospital Limerick after young woman dies suddenly after losing her baby
Limerick Leader
by Cathal Doherty
10h ago
A REVIEW has been launched at University Hospital Limerick following the death of a woman. Hospital bosses are currently reviewing the circumstances surrounding the death of a 33-year-old woman at UHL last weekend. The inquiry is the second to be launched at the hospital in a week following the inqu ..read more
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Development group gets go-ahead for Limerick village playground
Limerick Leader
by Nick Rabbitts
11h ago
A WEST LIMERICK community has received a boost after council approved plans for a new state-of-the-art playground in the area. The Mountcollins Development Association sought permission from local planners for the play park, which would include fencing, lighting installations and other site works. A ..read more
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No cause for beef price negativity
Limerick Leader
by Donal O'Regan
13h ago
IFA NATIONAL livestock chair Declan Hanrahan said market conditions are favourable in key export markets for beef. He said the UK beef price continues to increase week on week and is now 60c/kg above our price, while across the EU prices continue in a steady upward trajectory creating strong demand ..read more
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Limerick court hears that man broke window of jeep driven by his partner’s ex
Limerick Leader
by Donal O'Regan
1d ago
A FATHER smashed a jeep and threatened to kill a man who was formerly in a relationship with his partner, on a farm in County Limerick, the circuit criminal court has heard. Judge Dermot Sheehan imposed reporting restrictions on naming the accused or the victim to protect the identities of the child ..read more
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PICTURES: Limerick girl’s memory lives on in Valentine’s Day ball
Limerick Leader
by Frances Watkins
1d ago
CLICK NEXT FOR MORE PHOTOS VALENTINE’S Day and Martina Lynch’s birthday went together like Cupid and a bow and just like the Roman God, she brought so much love. Martina, known to one and all as Tina, from Ballyneety, would have turned 30 on February 12. Tragically, she was taken from her parents Ma ..read more
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