Month: June 2021

June 4, 2021

Driver to enter ‘guilty plea’ at next court sitting

first_imgFacebook WhatsApp Linkedin Print NewsLocal NewsDriver to enter ‘guilty plea’ at next court sittingBy admin – April 16, 2012 462 A MAN charged with alleged ramming a garda patrol car in county Limerick last year appeared at Limerick District Court and indicated that a plea of guilty will be entered to the charges at the next sitting. 36-year-old John Ryan of Glengar, Doon, is charged with dangerous driving, failing to remain at the scene of an accident, failing to stop and failing to report an incident to gardai. The case relates to an incident that is alleged to have happened on December 27 last year at 12.45am, where the accused twice reversed his Opel Vectra into a parked garda patrol car.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up It is alleged that Ryan then sped off down the Main Street in Doon, and two gardai in the parked patrol car were treated in hospital for minor injuries.The car was later found burned out in a forest just outside Doon.Chris Lynch, solicitor, told the court that following consultation with his client, that a guilty plea will be entered at the next sitting relating to the charges, but that some paperwork was being sought.Judge Eamon O’Brien adjourned the matter until September 19.center_img Previous articleThey say it’s ‘Better than barolo’Next articleWasabi beef and a brace of risotto flavours admin Twitter Email Advertisementlast_img read more

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Gaudy signs could save rural Limerick businesses

first_imgNewsLocal NewsGaudy signs could save rural Limerick businessesBy admin – February 21, 2013 631 Linkedin Cllr Damien Reidy (FG) said that he has had a number of “distressed” phone calls from business owners who have received letters threatening fines. “That hardline attitude is terribly wrong,” he said.Cllr Kevin Sheahan (FF) raised the issue of temporary signs and notices. ‘I believe we should have a special licensing system that would allow people to advertise sales and other special events”.Director of services, Tom Enright said that the council “tries to get the balance right. Most of the time, we are acting on complaints about signage from members of the public who say they are gaudy.“A recent example was the issue in Ballysimon where there were more than 100 signs on either side of the road. We want an attractive approach to Limerick and we can’t have a free-for all. But we will bear in mind the members concerns”, he said.Above: County councillor Liam Galvin. “Gaudy” signs could be the lifeline of rural businesses, Limerick county councillors have told the local authority’s planning officials.And they have back up their claim by asking the planners to take a more lenient approach to unauthorised signage.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Cllr Liam Galvin (FG) said that many rural businesses “can be isolated. The first thing people need is adequate signage so that people know where to find them. Yet businesses in the county are being fined for putting up signs”. Twitter WhatsApp Facebook Print Email Advertisement Previous articleTwo face charges over Collins murderNext articleNo expense spared adminlast_img read more

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Limerick university honour for Harry McKillop

first_imgWalk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Pictured with Dr Harry McKillop are UL President Professor Don Barry, Ross Perot Snr and Ross Perot JnrThe University of Limerick has conferred an Honorary Doctorate of Economic Science on Irish American Harry E. McKillop, in recognition of his role in highlighting the plight of American Prisoners Of War (POWs) and Missing In Action (MIA) from the Vietnam and subsequent wars.The UL degree also acknowledged Dr McKillop’s support for Irish causes and his contribution to business in Ireland where he took a special interest in the ongoing development of Shannon Airport. He is an ardent supporter of the University of Limerick and was appointed as a director of the UL FoundationSign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Of strong Irish heritage, Harry McKillop was born and raised in the US and served as a naval officer aboard the USS Phoenix in the Pacific World War II.His humanitarian campaigning began dramatically in 1969 when he directed and managed the massive logistics of a high-profile trip of the wives of American Prisoners of War to Vietnam to provide supplies and relief to US POWs.He made additional trips to Vietnam in the 1970’s and 1980’s as well as to Laos and Cambodia, to continue the search for, and the ultimate return of, missing American soldiers.Dr. McKillop has had a distinguished career in the aviation and development industries in the United States, initially with United Airlines, Branniff International and Pan American. For the past thirty years he has been a senior executive at the Perot Group.In addition to this Mr McKillop has an immense history in worldwide humanitarian rescue missions connected with United States POW situations and other crisis interventions. In 2007, he was awarded the Department of Defense Medal for Exceptional Public Service by President George W. Bush for more than 40 years of unselfish service to Americans in need around the world. Mr. McKillop has also demonstrated continued interest in supporting the University of Santo Tomas in Manila, Philippines.Dr McKillop’s Honorary Doctorate was conferred on him in Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas, Texas at an event attended by guests from the business, educational and political worlds.Speaking from the ceremony, UL President Professor Don Barry said of Mr McKillop: “Dr Harry McKillop is a true Irish-American hero and it is our privilege to recognise his unique contribution to Ireland, to the United States of America, to the great state of Texas and to society as a whole.“Throughout his extraordinary life and a career characterised by integrity, vision and achievement, Harry has not only provided a reliable friendship to those in need but has continuously, over the years, fought for what is just and right and often for those who thought the World had forgotten them , particularly prisoners of War and MIAs. And Harry has been a true friend of Ireland, contributing to cross-community initiatives throughout the island of Ireland as well as assisting a range of educational endeavours at the University of Limerick and many initiatives that have benefited the people of Ireland.”Speaking from the conferring ceremony Dr. McKillop said “I am deeply moved and humbled to receive this magnificent honor. It is all the more fulfilling to have it conferred by such an outstanding University in the proud land of my ancestors”.Dr McKillop has given extensive service to the University of Limerick through his membership of the Board of the UL Foundation. He has been recognised through the Harry McKillop Irish Spirit Award which was established by Mr Ross Perot to honour Harry and to celebrate the actions of those of Irish or Irish-American descent who have undertaken exemplary acts of humanitarianism. Recipients have included Fr Peter McVerry, founder of the McVerry Trust in Dublin and Jean Kelly, founder of the Speedwell Trust, a voluntary organisation working for peace and reconciliation in Northern Ireland.President George W Bush honoured Dr McKillop for more than 40 years of unselfish work for Americans in need around the world and for his patriotic service by awarding him the Secretary of Defense Medal for Exceptional Public Service.Dr. McKillop’s  grandparents emigrated from Ballycastle, County Antrim in the late 19th century. First Irish death from Coronavirus Advertisement Twitter WhatsApp No vaccines in Limerick yet Shannondoc operating but only by appointment Email Linkedincenter_img Facebook TAGSDon BarryfeaturedGeorge W BushHarry McKillopMIAMusic LimerickPerot GroupPOWShannon airportULUSS PhoenixVietnam war Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHL RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Print NewsLimerick university honour for Harry McKillopBy Editor – February 10, 2014 1243 Previous article#VIDEO President acknowledges display of community spiritNext article#video Windings – ‘Neverwood’ Editor last_img read more

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#BREAKING Sawn-off shot gun seized in Limerick

first_imgPrint WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Advertisement Linkedin Twitter TAGSGardaígunHENRY STREETlimerick Previous articleNational premieres for Killaloe Chamber Music Festival 2018Next articleTD questionnaire on Eighth Amendment referendum Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener A sawn-off shot gun was seized in Limerick this Wednesday A SAWN-off shot gun and ammunition has been seized in Limerick as part of an intelligence led operation by Gardai.Gardaí in Henry Street carried out a search of a house close to Limerick city centre on Wednesday evening at around 5:30pm.During the search, a sawn off shot gun and a small amount of ammunition was recovered.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A female in her 30s was arrested and detained at Henry Street Garda Station under Section 30 Offences Against the State Act 1939.She has since been released without charge and a file will be prepared for the DPP.See more news here Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live center_img Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live NewsBreaking newsCrime & Court#BREAKING Sawn-off shot gun seized in LimerickBy Staff Reporter – May 24, 2018 3094 Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival WhatsApp Emaillast_img read more

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Limerick colleges recognised at Irish Games Fleadh 2020

first_imgEmail Previous articleIn the Soup with griefNext articleLimerick secure top flight Camogie status after victory over Dublin Cian Reinhardthttp://www.limerickpost.ieJournalist & Digital Media Coordinator. Covering human interest and social issues as well as creating digital content to accompany news stories. [email protected] WhatsApp Photographed at Games Fleadh 2020 were, Griffith College Limerick’s Jocimara Melo, Alex Porfirio and Caoilinn Waldron 3rd place in the Robocode series. Picture: Alan PlaceLIMERICK Institute of Technology (LIT) won four categories at the hotly contested Irish Games Fleadh 2020, which was held at the LIT, Thurles Campus on Wednesday, March 4.This year’s Irish Games Fleadh saw a record number of 27 entries from nine colleges vying for one of the coveted titles or hoping to come out victorious in the Robocode series.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Hundreds of software developers and game enthusiasts attended the daylong event that showcased the best of the third level game development community.The Games Fleadh gives second and third level students the opportunity to explore career possibilities in the €148.8 billion industry, and learn more about the social conscience of the gaming world.Teams from LIT won Best in Game Mechanics; Best Multiplayer Game; Best in Use of Physics Algorithms; and Best Video Game Trailer.Griffith College Limerick’s Jocimara Melo, Alex Porfirio and Caoilinn Waldron came third in the Robocode series. President of LIT Professor Vincent Cunnane said the Games Fleadh leads the way in “recognising the brightest and best among the country’s student game developers”; as well as bringing “the collective knowledge” of some of the gaming industry’s leading names together.Games Fleadh 2019 Organiser and Game Design & Development Degree Lecturer at LIT Dr Liam Noonan paid tribute to the international companies that continue to support the event year on year. “Without sponsors such as Microsoft and the support of companies such as Havok and EA, Ireland’s Games Fleadh would not be the success that it is every year,” he said, adding, “I would also like to acknowledge the support of Irish charity Trocaire this year, whose representatives discussed with students the powerful impact games can make in the areas of climate justice, human rights and sustainable development goals.”Dr Janice O’Connell Head of Department of Information Technology at LIT said this year’s theme “addressed social conscience and positive world change”.She noted the theme was evident “through the variety of extremely high calibre games on display”. “This was once again a super day thanks to a wonderful event which highlighted the skill and abilities here at LIT. Congratulations to all involved, and particular thanks to Dr. Liam Noonan for his extraordinary efforts in making the event a huge success,” she concluded. TAGSCommunityGriffith CollegeIrelandLimerick City and CountyLimerick Institute of TechnologyNews Advertisement Linkedin NewsEducationLimerick colleges recognised at Irish Games Fleadh 2020By Cian Reinhardt – March 9, 2020 238 Print Housing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites center_img Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter TechPost | Episode 9 | Pay with Google, WAZE – the new Google Maps? and Speak don’t Type! Limerick on Covid watch list Is Aer Lingus taking flight from Shannon? Limerick’s Student Radio Station Wired FM Celebrates 25 Years on Air Population of Mid West region increased by more than 3,000 in past yearlast_img read more

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Dogs Trust warns of the dangers of Easter chocolate for dogs

first_imgAdvertisement Email Twitter WhatsApp Print Previous articleKicking off the Limerick Lockdown PartyNext articleWATCH: University of Limerick works with hospital to create 100,000 face visors for COVID-19 fight Meghann Scullycenter_img Linkedin 6 week old puppy ÒMiloÓ at Dogs Trust in Finglas, helping to remind people this Easter that chocolate is highly toxic to dogs. 09/04/2020 Photograph:©Fran VealeNO REPRO FEE if used before Easter 2020Please credit.Paws off the chocolate this Easter! Dogs Trust warns of the dangers of Easter chocolate for dogs. Avoid hopping along to the vet with your dog this Easter.With the bank holiday Easter weekend quickly approaching, Dogs Trust Ireland is appealing for dog owners to be vigilant and keep chocolate out of reach of their dogs.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The charity is urging owners not to feed dogs any chocolate intended for humans and if your egg, or any chocolate is missing and you suspect that your dog is the culprit, contact your vet straight away.6 week old puppy ÒMiloÓ at Dogs Trust in Finglas, helping to remind people this Easter that chocolate is highly toxic to dogs. 09/04/2020 Photograph:©Fran VealeNO REPRO FEE if used before Easter 2020Please credit.Given dogs’ keen sense of smell, it is best to keep chocolate out of sight and out of reach from your dog.Chocolate can be poisonous to dogs so needs to be stored safely where dogs can’t access it. Chocolate contains theobromine, which is extremely toxic to dogs.The darker the chocolate, the greater the amount of theobromine. Toxic doses vary according to the size of dog and cocoa content of the chocolate.Veterinary Surgeon at Dogs Trust Ireland, Desré Daly said:“If you suspect your dog has eaten chocolate, please contact your vet for advice immediately. Chocolate poisoning can cause vomiting, diarrhoea, excessive thirst, excitability, drooling, seizures and potentially kidney and heart failure.“It is helpful if you can tell your vet how much chocolate, and the type of chocolate, you think your dog may have ingested.“If you have any packaging, take it with you to the vets. Unfortunately, there is no antidote for theobromine poisoning, therefore, the sooner veterinary treatment is implemented, the greater the dog’s chances of recovery.” Desre explained.To keep dogs safe this Easter, Dogs Trust recommends explaining to children that it’s not safe to share their Easter Eggs with their furry friends and to stick to doggy-friendly treats that are kinder to your canine.The charity also recommends that dog owners always have their local vet’s emergency number saved in their phone, just in case.Images have been sent to your picture desks and are available on request LimerickNewsDogs Trust warns of the dangers of Easter chocolate for dogsBy Meghann Scully – April 11, 2020 193 Facebooklast_img read more

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God bless Chuck Feeney

first_imgUniversity you Limerick campus aerialPhoto: True MediaAMERICAN Billionaire Chuck Feeney who donated nearly €160million to University of Limerick has wound up his philanthropic fund. “If you give while living, the money goes to work quickly, everyone gets to see the action and the results, that’s what we’re all about,” Mr Feeney explained some years ago. Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick Linkedin Email BusinessLimerickNewsGod bless Chuck FeeneyBy Staff Reporter – September 16, 2020 2456 Advertisement Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Previous articleFree Webinar to give public information about Limerick Development PlanNext articleHomeowners won’t face increased Local Property Tax bills next year Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Printcenter_img Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Twitter TAGSChuck FeeneyKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post Facebook WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The 89 year old who made his money from creating airport retailer Duty Free Shoppers with Robert Miller in 1960, has now fulfilled his life-long dream to give away his fortune.“Through Atlantic Philanthropies, UL Foundation received €152 million in donations”, a UL spokeswoman told the Limerick Post.The University of Limerick Foundation received the highest grant aid in the Republic of Ireland at $181.5 million, followed by the Trinity Foundation at $162.1 million, Dublin City University Education Trust at $128.2 million, Cork University Foundation at $91.2 million, and Galway University Foundation at $79.5 million.The dozens of projects Feeney supported at UL include• Bernal Institute• Irish World Academy of Music and Dance• Medical School – building and scholarship programme• UL Sports Arena• UL Concert HallFeeney also funded on campus residences, such as student villages, as well as the the UL President’s residence. Feeney also supported “a wide selection of professorships and research scholarships” including the “Women’s Studies programme”.Feeney also funded “various artworks, including Desmond Kinney mosaics, and the Sean Scully sculpture” at UL.Major infrastructure also funded by Feeney include the vehicular bridge, entrance to campus; the Foundation Building; UL Peace Institute; UL Library building, and Student Centre building.The veteran entrepreneur signed the papers to dissolve his Atlantic Philanthropies foundation which in total, provided more than $8 billion (€6.8 billion) in grants over the past 38 years. Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live last_img read more

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59 patients waiting for beds at UHL

first_imgLimerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live LimerickNews59 patients waiting for beds at UHLBy Staff Reporter – October 5, 2020 141 Print Linkedin 240 admitted patients are waiting for beds this morning, according to today’s INMO Trolley Watch.193 patients are waiting in the emergency department, while 47 are in wards elsewhere in the hospital. WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Facebook Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick Previous articleGaltee Gaels relegate Drom Broadford with narrow victoryNext articleShannon Foynes Port welcome for Minister Eamon Ryan’s support for reinstatement of rail link Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Email WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live University Hospital Limerick Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Advertisementlast_img read more

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Planning sought for new €10m national school in Monaleen

first_imgLimerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Facebook Advertisement RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Linkedin LimerickNewsPlanning sought for new €10m national school in MonaleenBy David Raleigh – March 15, 2021 718 TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post center_img Twitter Email Previous articleUpton nets twice as Ireland split opening games in series with Great BritainNext articleWATCH: Highlights from Sunday’s Racing in Limerick David Raleigh WhatsApp WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads PLANNING is being sought for construction of a €10m thirty-four classroom primary school at Monaleen, Co Limerick, to replace the current local national school built around forty years ago.A new school is needed to meet the demand of a projected doubling in the local population, from over 14,000 in 2016 to over 27,000 by 2040.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Around 800 pupils attend the current national school and prefabs on a four-acre site.Confirming the move to seek planning permission, local Fine Gael TD Kieran O’Donnell said that “the next steps are for the Limerick and Clare Education & Training Board (LCETB) to bring the school building through the planning permission, tender and construction stages”.“It is planned for the new school building to be opened for teaching staff and pupils by 2024,” said Deputy O’Donnell.“In summary, the new school building project is a 2 storey new building of 34 classrooms, with 32 mainstream and 2 SEN classrooms respectively. The new school building will be located on the existing 4 acre site and it will built as one unit.”“The LCETB confirmed to me that they intend over the next few weeks to submit a detailed planning application for a new state-of-art €10m plus 34 classroom school building at Monaleen national school to Limerick City & County Council”.“This will follow their stage2a approval meeting with the Department of Education to take place on 1 April, which will allow the school building project to proceed to apply for planning permission, MCOH Architects are the appointed design team for the new School building project.”“This is another major step forward for this much needed new school building project in the high population growth area of Monaleen.”Deputy O’Donnell said local families, and the existing local authorities, were “frustrated” at the time it has taken to kickstart “the lengthy process“ of planning a new school to meet a growth in the local population.“However, we now have a defined structured process underway with LCETB which will ensure this much needed new school building project can be built as quickly as possible,” he said.“I have been and will continue to work with the Monaleen National School, Parents association and the LCETB to progress the construction of this new 34 Classroom school building as fast as it can be done.” Print Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limericklast_img read more

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Peter McVerry Trust Publishes 2020 Annual Report

first_imgDonal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Advertisement RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live NewsCommunityHousingLimerickPeter McVerry Trust Publishes 2020 Annual ReportBy Sarah Carr – May 10, 2021 125 WhatsApp Linkedin Email WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads center_img Print Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick Previous articleLifelong Learning Festival Returns with an Array of Fun Learning Events for AllNext articleMayor welcomes re-opening of Limerick’s Libraries, Limerick Museum and Gallery of Art Sarah Carrhttp://www.limerickpost.ie TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostPeter McVerry Trust Facebook Pat Doyle, CEO Peter McVerry Trust, was pictured at the Peter McVerry Trust Breakfast morning at The Castletroy Park Hotel, LimerickPETER McVerry Trust, the national housing and homeless charity which provides homeless services and social housing in Limerick, will publish its annual report for 2020 today.The report will be launched by Minister for Housing, Darragh O’Brien TD, at the charity’s latest social housing scheme, a new build block of eight apartments, at New Street South in Dublin city centre.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The charity, which was founded by Fr Peter McVerry in 1983, is now active in 28 of the 31 Local Authority areas. The charity’s annual report reveals that Peter McVerry Trust worked with over 7,800 individuals in 2020. Last year the charity worked with 259 people in Limerick through its Housing With Supports and Resettlement Projects.Pat Doyle, the charity’s CEO, said “Last year was an incredibly challenging one for everyone in society. As a result of Covid-19, Peter McVerry Trust faced numerous unforeseen challenges. Our experience of responding quickly and effectively to emergency situations ensured we mobilised rapidly to put in place measures to protect vulnerable people across our services and housing during the pandemic. We also adapted our service delivery to offer continued supports to people in need.”Housing SuccessMr Doyle said in spite of the Covid-19 pandemic the charity had a very successful year in terms of housing development and also in progressing people into housing. The charity said that almost half of its social housing tenancies at the end of 2020 were Housing First tenancies.“Last year was by far and away the best year we have experienced in terms of housing delivery and progressing people into housing. Overall, we helped 1,300 people secure a new home and directly delivered 150 social housing units in 2020. This included housing right across the country in key areas such as Limerick where we continue to grow our social housing stock and work towards increasing the number of Housing First tenancies.”Continuing, Mr Doyle said “In Limerick, we experienced another busy year working in partnership with Limerick City and County Council, supporting individuals, couples and families into social housing. We also continued to progress plans on new social housing schemes in Limerick such as our planned developments in Moyross and Southill and also places like Mallow Street in the city centre.” Twitterlast_img read more

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