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Tommy Barrett’s Treaty United play against Bray Wanderers on March 26th. File photograph: Inpho

Treaty United chairman Conn Murray says that news of the club’s acceptance into the league of Ireland’s first division for the coming season was met w(...)

Shelbourne manager Ian Morris: desperate to see his side  avoid a quick return to the second tier in Sunday’s playoff game against Longford. Photograph: Lorcan Doherty/Inpho

As Ian Morris and Daire Doyle started to prepare for a game their clubs are hoping to win so as not to be in the First Division next season, an orderl(...)

Treaty United will aim to play at Markets Field. Photograph: Oisin Keniry/Inpho

The Limerick-based group behind Treaty United have confirmed that they will pursue a license to play in the First Division of the League of Ireland ne(...)

 Fr Pat Hogan: “The poorer communities in Limerick can be enslaved and entangled by those in the drug trade.” Photograph: Cathal Noonan/True Media

Standing before Minister for Housing Simon Coveney, Fr Pat Hogan, who retired last year as parish priest of Southill in Limerick after nearly a decad(...)

Limerick City and County Council’s chief executive Conn Murray: he said over the last three years, multinationals have committed to creating 7,800 jobs in Limerick. Photograph: Liam Burke/Press 22

Limerick “Twenty Thirty” is essentially taking the place of private sector developers and spending €500 million to kick-start the revival of the city’(...)

Businessman Denis Brosnan is to chair Limerick Twenty Thirty Strategic Development DAC. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A €500 million investment programme to make Limerick the best placed English-speaking city in the European Union to capitalise on post-Brexit inward i(...)

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(...)

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