Message From Dominic Taylor of The Limerick Writers’ Centre

For visitors to Ireland Limerick may not be the first stop on their agenda but a surprising number of tourists are discovering that the literary and cultural life of Limerick has much to offer. In modern times,  Limerick has become a hotbed of the arts. New events, publications etc are constantly being added to the […]

Limerick hosts So You Think You Can Dance

SO You Think You Can Dance is coming to Limerick this month, with comedian Jon Kenny among those taking to the dancefloor in aid of charity. The event, in aid of breast cancer services at the Mid-West Regional Hospital, will be held in the South Court hotel on Friday, May 28. But the odds to […]

Martins Coach Hire Expands Bus Fleet To Meet Growing Demand

Martins Coaches in Limerick announced today that it has taken delivery of two new state-of-the-art coaches to add to it’s current fleet of 25 coaches. The latest delivery brings the total investment in new buses for 2008 to around €600,000. The new vehicles will be immediately rolled out in Martins current bus operations, which last […]

6,000 take part in Great Limerick Run

Over 6,000 people took to the streets of Limerick last Sunday for the inaugural Great Limerick Run. The Great Limerick Run was the first event of its kind to incorporate a Full Certified Marathon, a Half Marathon and a 10k run into one day. Runners from 14 countries took part in the event with George […]

Life Sentence for Roy Collins Murderer

The father of murder victim Roy Collins said he hopes other people will be convicted for their role in his son’s killing, minutes after a 24-year-old man received a mandatory life sentence for the murder at the Central Criminal Court in Dublin. Steve Collins took to the stand to deliver a victim impact statement and […]