Stock photograph from 2009 shows the old Dell buildings at the Rhaeen industrial estate in Limerick. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Limerick’s ambition to attract major Hollywood stars may soon be realised with confirmation that an agreement has finally been signed paving the way f(...)

The former Dell manufacturing facility on Plassey Park Road is about 10 hectares in size

Limerick’s ambition to attract Hollywood stars has moved one step closer with confirmation of plans for an international film studio.Limerick City an(...)

Limerick City and County Council has confirmed the €6m purchase of the old Dell building in Castletroy — a 350,000 square foot facility that it hopes to develop into a major film and television production studio in tandem with Ardmore Studios.

Limerick’s ambition to attract Hollywood stars has moved one step closer with confirmation of plans for an international film studio to be located in (...)

‘For too long, there has been a gap between Ireland and our diaspora, but that gap is now closing all the time.’ Photograph: Alan Place

Spring was in the air at Limerick City Hall earlier this week when Minister of State for the Diaspora Jimmy Deenihan launched the Limerick Diaspora St(...)

The Limerick City of Culture NYE Pageant. Limerick’s local authority is not facing any financial losses following the city’s year as national City of Culture, according to county council officials. Photograph: Brian Gavin/Press 22

Limerick’s local authority is not facing any financial losses following the city’s year as national City of Culture, the chief executive of Limerick C(...)

A cultural highlight: Tens of thousands people turned out to watch Royal de Luxe’s Grandmother crossing Sarsfield Bridge in Limerick. Photograph:  Liam Burke/Press 22

The biggest event of Limerick’s year as National City of Culture had 250,000 people watching a giant granny move about a city, as she captivated he(...)

The granny as she made her farewell journey through the streets of Limerick. Photograph: Alan Place/FusionShooters 1:24

It seems the Irish hospitality proved too much for one 85-year-old visiting grandmother, whose Sunday lie-in left thousands waiting in anticipation in(...)

The top earner in Irish local authorities is Dublin City Council’s chief executive Owen Keegan, who earns €175,721 a year.

Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan has confirmed that there are 216 local authority staff currently earning more than €100,000 each.The top earn(...)

Minister for Arts Heritage and the Gaeltacht Jimmy Deenihan told City of Culture organisers that funding would not be decided until budget. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Limerick City of Culture ran into “serious cash-flow problems” only weeks before it opened in January. Internal (...)

Limerick City

The amalgamation of Limerick City Council and Limerick County Council will move one step closer as both local authorities prep(...)