Limerick Families head to Australia in 1852

In 1852 there were a number of news reports about well to do Limerick families who left for the Gold

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project opera on river  

Limerick Bulletin December 2017

The latest from Limerick City & County. an eye to future success! interview with Clair Hayes of Capital Limerick Adare’s

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CJ Stander of Munster Rugby.  

Question over CJ Stander.

Another day and another worrying Irish Times report detailing stalled contracts surrounding a Munster player. This time CJ Stander is the man

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opera plan  

Is Mungret a sign that our city is not a viable living option?

The announcement that 850 new homes are to be created on lands at Mungret concerns me. There can be no

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Limerick Bulletin April 2017

Read the latest news stories from Limerick City and County.     Press to read more stories.

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our county our stories  

Our County: Our Stories.

A new series of short videos focusing on some of the characters in County Limerick has been unveiled in a

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english townn modern square  

7 Stunning Limerick Scenes.

The following seven stunning pictures showing Limerick City from the sky all come courtesy of and with many thanks to

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The 10 best travel blogs about Limerick.

Living in a city can often result in your forgetting how others perceive it. I think it was Patrick Kavanagh

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Pat Daly , Deputy Chief Executive, Economic Development Directorate, Patrick O'Donovan, TD, Minister of State for Tourism and Sport and Tim O'Connor at the launch of Global Limerick.

A vibrant new web platform hoping to tap into the potential of Limerick’s 3.5 million strong diaspora across the world by nurturing mutually beneficial relationships and enhancing regional development has been launched by Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Patrick O’Donovan.
The aim of the Global Limerick project and associated platform globallimerick.ie is to formalise the Limerick diaspora family and make it real.  

Led by Limerick City & County Council it aims to connect Limerick with its diaspora no matter where they are living around the world.  This includes those who want to connect with people who were born in Limerick, descendants of previous emigrants from Limerick or anyone with an affinity to Limerick, through education, work, or other interests.  

The web platform features Limerick related stories specifically aimed at a Limerick diaspora audience.  A critical step is for story readers to engage with Global Limerick and thereby enable communication/ conversation with them and between them.

Pic Sean Curtin True Media.  

Global Limerick is connecting you!

LIMERICK is spreading its reach around the world with a new web platform that aims to connect up to 3.5m

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Chamber of Commerce award for Cliona’s Foundation

Cliona’s Foundation (CsF), a Limerick based charity providing financial assistance for critically ill children, has won a major award from the

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Limerickman leads New York 2017 St Patrick’s Parade

IT’S a long way from Knockaderry in County Limerick to New York but on St Patrick’s Day 2017, the man

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Global Limerick chats to Gerry O’Sullivan

Name: Gerry O’Sullivan Current Location: Sydney, Australia What area of Limerick are you originally from? Lelia Street, Limerick City. How

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London Meets Limerick

The Mayor of Limerick Cllr Kieran O’Hanlon met the Chairman of the Limerick London Association in City Hall in Limerick.

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Limerick Rugby Tradition

Origins of Limerick Rugby Tradition The first recorded rugby club in Limerick was Rathkeale in 1874, followed by Limerick County

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