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12 May 2018 14:02 Car stopped in Clare leads to €250k cannabis seizure

A “large quantity” of the drug was found after a follow up search in Limerick. GARDAÍ FROM THE Clare divisional drug unit stopped a car yesterday which led to the seizure of around €250,000 worth of cannabis. The car was stopped at Latoon South outside Ennis yesterday evening, and a quantity of cannabis herb was found inside. The driver – a man in his 40s – was arrested

09 May 2018 23:00 Study: Fifth of over 55s have mental disorder

The study, ‘Identified mental disorders in older adults in primary care: A cross-sectional database study’, was published in the European Journal of General Practice and involved researchers from University College Dublin, the University of Limerick, and King’s College London. They collected anonymised data from 35 GP practices nationally between June 2014 and March 2

07 May 2018 23:00 CervicalCheck boss: Inform just three of 10 women

The former head of CervicalCheck recommended just three of 10 women with cervical cancer whose cases she reviewed be informed that they were part of a smear audit. The women, from the midwest, were being treated at the colposcopy clinic at University Maternity Hospital Limerick (UMHL). Their charts were forwarded to Gráinne Flannelly, then clinical director 1

01 May 2018 07:11 Firefighters attacked with stones as they put out May Eve bonfires

A number of stones hit the vehicle, but nobody was injured. FIREFIGHTERS IN LIMERICK responding to bonfires were attacked with stones last night. The fire service also responded to a hoax report that a woman had gone into the River Shannon. The crews had been attending a number of May Eve bonfires in the city when they were attacked at Crecora Avenue 5

01 May 2018 00:07 Waterford camp confident Austin Gleeson will win fitness fight

Selector Eoin Murphy suggested last night that the former hurler of the year will be recovered from back and ankle issues in time for the county’s Munster Championship opener, against Clare at Cusack Park, on May 27. Team-mate Pauric Mahony is another who is concentrating on returning to full health at the moment. The Ballygunner man is carrying a finger 10

30 April 2018 01:34 Limerick SHC: Na Piarsaigh steer a steady course

Kilmallock and South Liberties have the only other 100% records after successive weekends of the championship. After an eight-point win over Doon in round one, All-Ireland finalists Na Piarsaigh followed up with 16 points to spare over Ballybrown. It finished 2-12 to 1-8 in Bruff after Na Piarsaigh led 0-12 to 0-4 at half-time. The sides were evenly 10

23 April 2018 11:16 'An attempt to suppress democracy': Removal of Labour's referendum posters reported to gardaí

A member of the public sent a video of people removing the Yes posters in Limerick city to Jan O’Sullivan TD. FORMER MINISTER FOR Education Jan O’Sullivan has reported the removal of the Labour Party’s referendum posters in Limerick city to gardaí. O’Sullivan received calls from members of the public over the weekend informing her that some of the Labour 11

20 April 2018 19:00 Adare Manor to bid for 2026 Ryder Cup after completion of €70 million redesign

Owner JP McManus said he wants to bring the tournament back to Ireland. AFTER A MULTI-MILLION Euro redevelopment and confirmation today that Adare Manor is due to stage the Irish Open in the coming years, the Limerick resort will also bid to host the Ryder Cup when the tournament returns to Europe in 2026. The course, owned by JP McManus, was officially 21

20 April 2018 17:07 'It's been a long wait': Two anonymous callers donate €8k for spina bifida patient's wheelchair

Darren Noonan has been waiting seven months for a new wheelchair, but has been unable to secure funding. TWO ANONYMOUS RADIO listeners have donated €8,000 to pay for a new wheelchair for Limerick man Darren Noonan who lives with spina bifida. Noonan, aged 33, needs a new wheelchair which costs €8,000 as his current one is outdated. To date, he has been waiting 8

18 April 2018 01:32 Impressive Dundalk power past tame Limerick effort

The Lilywhites beat Limerick 8-0 at home in February. Last night, goals from John Mountney, Patrick Hoban, and Michael Duffy secured the points on a night when Limerick’s only consolation was an improved second-half outing. Tommy Barrett’s outfit, who had their fair share of injury problems going into the game — the kick-off of which was delayed for seven 24