A Limerick mother of two autistic sons will have an anxious wait tomorrow for a phone call with, hopefully, potentially life-saving news.
Shane Kelly led the first roll of honour at Gaelcholáiste Luimní with 8 As.
A MORNING school run turned to terror and gunfire when a drug-crazed man hijacked a car with three children.
AFTER a relentless campaign, respite services have been restored to families who have members with intellectual disabilities cared for by the Brothers of Charity in Bawnmore.
A 32-year-old man has appeared in court charged with hijacking a car that was carrying a two-year-old boy yesterday in Limerick.
A 32-year-old man is due to appear before Limerick District Court this afternoon charged in connection with an incident in which a car with a two-year-old child inside was stolen yesterday.
Gardaí are continuing to question a man after a car with a child inside was stolen in Limerick yesterday.
MEMBERS of a specialist garda unit opened fire on a crazed drug addict in Limerick yesterday after he stole a car with a two-year-old child strapped into a baby seat.
SIXTY families with relatives who have intellectual disabilities and who avail of respite services in Limerick will now have to fund a reduced service, it has emerged.
THE state has slammed the door on one of the few comforts in the life of Limerick widow Sarah Hurley.
A NINE-YEAR-OLD boy whose wrists are too weak to write, due to a rare bone disease, cannot get funding to buy a special light touch laptop to keep up with school work.
Date sparks recollection of horrific attack, writes Jimmy Woulfe
ON Monday, September 8, at around 3.45pm, I got my first sighting of the new Garda Armed Response Unit in their brightly coloured Volvo on Limerick’s Dublin Road.
I SHARE Ronnie Plant’s concerns about the use of foglights in all weathers (Letters, September 3).
WATERFORD company Honeywell Transportation Ireland has confirmed it is to cut its workforce by up to 100 by the end of the year.
A NEW craze is sweeping Limerick as fanatic Munster rugby followers engage in a mad scrum to have the faces of their heroes carved onto their heads in a novel hairstyle.
The Court of Criminal Appeal has upheld the seven-year prison term imposed on a Limerick man who was was caught in possession with almost €500,000 worth of drugs and guns, following an appeal from the DPP that the sentence was unduly lenient.
I LEARNED two things from Gary Rudge’s letter headlined ‘My 4WD is a necessity — not a fashion item’ (December 27: 1.
The mother of a Limerick teenager who died after a brutal beating has pleaded for an end to the senseless killings in Limerick as her sons’ killers were sent to prison yesterday.
Three Limerick teenagers, including the son of a murdered Limerick crime boss, have pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of an 18-year-old after a brutal bashing in the city on November 4, 2005.
LIMERICK City Council yesterday closed a deal for the purchase of a €270,000 home for the Murray family over the objection of local residents.
Two Limerick teenagers have been sent forward for trial for the murder of an 18-year-old youth in the city a year ago.
Two men have appeared in court in Limerick charged with the murder of an 18 year-old man in the city nearly a year ago.
MUCH has been made of Bertie Ahern’s infamous loans from friends. However, no one has questioned his interest calculation of 3%.
ERIC BLAIR (or George Orwell as we know him best) would enjoy the debates in your letters page.
One man has been arrested in relation to a fatal shooting in the Moyross area of Limerick last night.
FINE GAEL’S Olivia Mitchell wants the gardaí to have more resources in order to combat the carnage on our roads.
STEVEN KING’S column (Irish Examiner, July 5) disturbed me greatly.
A 35-year-old man charged in connection with a massive drugs and firearms seizure in Limerick last week has been further remanded in custody.
FORMER US Marine Corps officer Bill Hurley regards opponents of torture as ‘America-haters’ (Irish Examiner letters, June 13).
I WAS confused by US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s remarks, quoted in your report headlined “Iran refuses to give in to security council” (Irish Examiner, April 28).
FORTY house hunters spent a second night camping out in the cold last night while they wait to put deposits on 51 new homes in Limerick.
FOUR teenage youths, one under the age of 18, were arrested by Limerick gardaí yesterday in connection with the murder of 18-year-old Darren Coughlan who was savagely attacked near his home on November 4.
AN 18-YEAR-OLD murder victim’s funeral Mass heard yesterday how his parents maintained a three-day vigil by his beside before a life support machine was turned off.
THE post-mortem results on Limerick teenager Darren Coughlan, who died after a vicious attack, were still being finalised by Assistant State Pathologist Dr Michael Curtis last night.
Gardaí launched a murder investigation today following the death of an 18-year-old man in hospital in Limerick.
A MAN and woman were arrested in Limerick yesterday after a handgun and ammunition were found in a house at John Carew Park, Southill.
An 18-year-old Limerick man was fighting for his life in hospital today following a vicious weekend assault.
A MURDER inquiry was launched last night after a man died 48 hours after a brutal assault in Dublin.
Two men were still in critical condition in hospital today after separate assaults in Dublin and Limerick.
Gardaí in Limerick think a weapons find near Moyross yesterday has averted a gang-related attack.
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