€60m Regional Enterprise Development Fund Open For Applications

On Thursday, 22 June a regional information session will be hosted by Enterprise Ireland for those interested in obtaining further information, and those who may be interested in submitting applications under the new Regional Enterprise Development Fund. The event will take place at The Strand Hotel, Limerick from 8-10am. Attendance is free, but please register […]

Irish Rail users faced with bus transfers

Irish Rail users travelling to and from Limerick this June will face disruption due to major signalling works. Bus transfers will be in operation on all services to and from Colbert Station in Limerick City.
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Fleadh Cheoil Luimnígh On The June Bank Holiday In Kilfinane

What a weekend we here at Ballyhoura CCE have in-store for you all!  For Competitors, Trad Lovers, Families, Foodies and the Outdoor Enthusiasts, there is something to offer everyone!  Alongside the competitions, which all Limerick competitors must enter to progress to the All Ireland Fleadh, the weekend has a great Fringe Festival.  A top line […]

Ballyhoura Walking Festival

The Ballyhoura Walking Festival isn’t just Irelands oldest walking festival – It’s one of the most popular too. This May bank holiday weekend walkers from all over Ireland are expected to descend on Ballyhoura Country, covering an average distance of 20kms each. Now in its 24th year, the festival see’s guides from the Ballyhoura Bears […]

Jack B. Yeats and Paul Henry: Contrasting Visions of Ireland

Dom Mark Patrick Hederman of Glenstal Abbey, was guest speaker at The Hunt Museum to announce details of an exciting exhibition taking place over the summer months: Jack B. Yeats and Paul Henry: Contrasting Visions of Ireland.   This unique exhibition features two of Ireland’s most important 20th century artists side by side. Featuring rarely […]

Olive Foley Struck By Goodness Of People On Receiving Limerick Book Of Condolences

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’. Speaking after being presented with the Book of Condolences by Mayor of the City and County of Limerick Cllr Kieran […]

The Magic of Christmas in Dreamland

Share a Dream are in the business of creating magic in the lives of very sick and disabled children and their siblings and are celebrating 25yrs of making the seemingly impossible dreams become possible for over 26000 children all over Ireland As founder Shay Kinsella says “nothing is impossible and dreams do come true but […]

Casa Systems Establishes International Operations In Limerick

Casa Systems, Inc. (Casa), a worldwide leader in next-generation ultra-broadband access technology, announced today that it has established international operations in Limerick, creating 50+ new jobs over 3 years. The move will allow the company to support its continued growth internationally, bringing it closer to its European customers and acting as a base for non-US […]

Limerick Golfers To Represent Ireland At Audi Quattro Cu World Final In Barcelona

Kevin Stritch and Enda Donnellan will carry the tricolour at world final of the largest amateur golf tournament in the world; Limerick duo Raymond Davern and Darragh O’Donnell follow in close second Pair beat off competition from 96 Irish golfers at Audi quattro Cup national final at the Slieve Russel Golf Club, Co Cavan. Dublin, […]

Archaeology Of The Ballyhoura Hills Exhibition Being Launched In Kilmallock

An exciting travelling exhibition outlining archaeological research in the Ballyhoura Hills area is launching in Kilmallock Library on Tuesday, 19 July. The exhibition will focus on the Bronze Age farmers, Iron Age frontiers and the medieval friars, reflecting the research projects carried out in the area by The Discovery Programme: Centre for Archaeology and Innovation. […]

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