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# Limerick

June 2023
Trial of Gardaí accused of attempting to pervert the course of justice to last up to 8 weeks
It’s alleged that the five former Gardaí attempted to pervert the course of justice in relation to fixed charge penalty notices.
Here are the fixture details for this year's All-Ireland hurling semi-finals
The games will take place on the weekend of 8-9 July.
Limerick's Hannon: 'I'd play on one leg, but the All-Ireland semi-final will come too soon'
The Treaty captain is recovering from a knee injury.
Gardaí seeking new information about a drive-by shooting in Limerick City last week
One shot was fired from weapon in the populated Hyde Road area on 4 June.
Former male model jailed for four years for raping fellow college student in Limerick
The victim has waived her anonymity in order to name Utseoritselaju Uwatse.
Limerick the masters of tight games, Clare's missed chance and Gillane the scoring star
A look at some of the key tlaking points from yesterday’s Munster decider.
Here is the quarter-final draw for the GAA's Tailteann Cup
The games will take place next weekend 17-18 June.
Poll: Who do you think will win Sunday's Munster and Leinster hurling finals?
Gaelic Grounds and Croke Park host Sunday’s showdowns.
86 years on, a look at Limerick's last Munster hurling drive for five
The current team bid for history on Sunday.
May 2023
Inquest finds death of boy (12) who was driving car that collided with truck was 'tragic accident'
The inquest heard that, unbeknownst to his mother, the boy took her Nissan Qashqai from their home on the night in question.
Anthony Nash: Why Patrick Horgan should and will be back
Cork face a tough summer of reflection, but know they need their driven, obsessed talisman in 2024.
Limerick's brilliant resolve, champions back in form and Cork's attacking stars
A frenetic afternoon provided plenty talking points.
'Another fantastic milestone' - Kiely hails Limerick players as they reach Munster final
Limerick advance to face Clare in the Munster decider on Sunday 11 June.
Limerick survive Cork test in Munster hurling thriller to set up final against Clare
40,847 watched on at the Gaelic Grounds.
Limerick survive Cork test in Munster hurling thriller to set up final against Clare
40,847 watched on at the Gaelic Grounds.
Munster elimination - who faces exit from Tipperary, Limerick and Cork?
Semple Stadium and Gaelic Grounds host tomorrow’s games.
Engineering company plans to create 700 jobs in Limerick over next five years
H&MV Engineering will base its global operations from its new global headquarters in Castletroy, Co Limerick.
All-Ireland winning Limerick hurler appeals two-week jail sentence after perjury conviction
Pat Ryan was found to have falsely told a court that he did not receive a summons for a speeding offence.
John McGrath's late free earns Tipp a pulsating draw with Limerick
The clash in Thurles finished 0-25 apiece.
John McGrath's late free earns Tipp a pulsating draw with Limerick
The clash in Thurles finished 0-25 apiece.
Kerry to face Cork in Munster minor football final for second succesive year
They earned comfortable wins over Limerick and Tipperary respectively this evening.
Industrial action by ICU nurses in University Hospital Limerick suspended
It follows the agreement of a proposal between the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation and UHL.
Kiely on his Tipp pupils: 'If they win, they’ll definitely wear their jerseys the day after'
It might only be mid-May, but Limerick are already supping in the Last Chance Saloon when they head to Semple Stadium on Sunday
Limerick Hospital ICU nurses call for two beds to close until more staff are recruited
The nurses, who are members of the INMO, are now taking work-to-rule industrial action.
Cork edge out Kerry to set up Munster minor semi-final with Tipperary
Limerick secured victory over the Premier County in the round-robin final.
Woman arrested after being tasered by Gardaí in Limerick
Gardaí responded to a call about a woman acting threatening at a residence on Clare Street, Limerick city at 11.15pm last night.
Gardai appeal for witnesses to attack on female jogger in Limerick city
Gardaí said that last Wednesday 3 May a woman in her mid-20s was out jogging on the Canal Bank, Rhebogue, when she was struck in the face by a male.
Gardaí begin enquiries into 'alleged breaches of the Local Government Act' in Munster region
It’s understood the Garda enquiries relate to the sale of land owned by Limerick County Council a number of years ago.
Man faces trial for alleged acid attack on snooker champion
A jury was sworn in yesterday at Limerick Circuit Court.
The commonality and subtle differences between John Kiely and Giannis Antetokounmpo
The Limerick boss and Milwaukee star both took issue with the media narrative, but challenged it in contrasting ways.
'There is no point in badgering them' - Limerick boss on injuries and response to Clare loss
Limerick are next out on 21 May against Tipperary.
Gardaí investigating discovery of woman’s body at Limerick city hotel
The body of a woman in her 40s was discovered overnight by emergency services at the Limerick Strand Hotel.
April 2023
Limerick's sense of invincibility has been punctured. Can Clare capitalise?
The All-Ireland champions saw off Waterford with 14 men, but some slight vulnerabilities were exposed.
O'Neill named in Limerick team, Cork hand out first senior champ starts to duo
Waterford have named Tom Barron in defence.
Gardaí and Defence Forces make swoop for assets of Limerick drug gang in major operation
Three men aged in their 30s and 40s were arrested during this operation.
17 properties searched in Limerick as part of operation targeting organised crime group
‘Open areas of land in the Southill area of Limerick City are also being searched, supported by the Irish Defence Forces’, said a garda spokesperson.
Harsher sentences may be brought against companies fined over bridge worker’s deaths
Two companies were convicted and fined after pleading guilty to criminal charges relating to the deaths of two stonemasons.
Law grad jailed for rape of woman shortly after they engaged in consensual sex
The court heard that it was at this point she withdrew her consent and the man continued sexual penetration without consent.
Niall Collins: How Limerick County Council came to sell land to the Fianna Fáil TD's wife
Collins had not responded to the allegations until last night.
Limerick survive Waterford comeback
Flanagan’s first half goal the difference between the sides