Rehab Care team wins Limerick Boccia Tournament

15 teams from all over Limerick this week participated in the annual Limerick Sports Partnership Boccia Tournament for people with disabilities. Hosted in Moylish in conjunction with students from LIT’s BA in Business Studies with Sports Management, the event was deemed a huge success by organisers and participants. Rehab Care won the Tournament and took […]

Transaero exits examinership

Shannon-based Fine Gael Senator for Clare, Tony Mulcahy today congratulated the workers and management of Transaero in Shannon on successfully exiting examinership this week. The aircraft maintenance specialist exited High Court protection on Wednesday after a three-month examinership succeeded in rescuing the business. “This is a hugely positive story as it secures the future of […]

LIT event showcases Irish gaming industry

Some of the biggest names in the gaming industry will gather at the Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) campus in Thurles later this month to participate in Games Fleadh 2015, an all-island games design and development competition for third-level students. LIT Tipperary, whose alumni have worked on some of gaming’s biggest titles including Call of […]

Councillors meet Transport Minister over Aer Lingus

A delegation of County Councillors from the West of Ireland met with Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohue, T.D., in Dublin today to express their concerns about the proposed sale of Aer Lingus to IAG. The meeting was organised by Cllr. John Crowe (FG), Cathaoirleach of Clare County Council who was joined in […]