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Housing Minister says Government has no short-term solution to lack of student accommodation
Man arrested over Limerick student's death to appear before Greek judicial investigator
Man arrested in connection with death of 22-year-old Limerick man in Greece
Man aged 20 killed in road collision hours before his own wedding
Two women arrested following stabbing of a man in Limerick
Retired superintendent and three gardaí sent forward for trial
Garda investigation after man's body found in field in Co Limerick
Garda Commissioner says 'young drunk' people responsible for violence in Dublin city
No bail for three people charged with abducting young brothers found in Tipperary
Ex-Debenhams workers stage lie-down protest, stopping liquidators taking stock from Limerick store
Man refused bail as court hears woman left with 'inhumane injuries' following assault
Search operation underway for driver after car collides with Garda vehicle in Limerick
Death of former Bóthar CEO Peter Ireton described as 'personal tragedy'
Jason Corbett's family 'devastated' after learning killers could be released from prison this week
Ambassador says Russia 'ready to help' Ireland with vaccine supply
Mass testing to take place at University of Limerick after Covid-19 outbreak among students
Mother banned from identifying murdered son (11) calls on minister to change law on naming children killed in criminal circumstances
Some Tipperary hospital staff to get vaccines after video message sent to Taoiseach
Eight residents at Limerick nursing home die following Covid-19 outbreak over Christmas
Organisers say customers refunded after 'shambolic' Christmas drive-thru event in Limerick
Judge imposes ban on media identifying woman accused of threatening to kill two people
Man who failed to restrict movements after trip abroad led to 56 Covid-19 infections
Limerick family say they slept under a bridge after being evicted from their home
Man found guilty of manslaughter in Kerry death where man was beaten during all-day drinking session
Gardaí order Limerick publican to close bar after reopening despite Covid-19 rules
Brothers who died in Tipperary diving tragedy named as Fergus and Philip Brophy
Two brothers die in diving tragedy in Tipperary
Limerick youth (19) in hospital with serious facial injuries after suspected acid attack
Limerick man hit neighbour 'nine times across the head' with a hammer, court hears
Man held knife to woman’s throat before barricading himself into stranger’s home, court hears
11-year-old cyclist airlifted to hospital after collision with car in Limerick
Man accused of murder of 11-year-old Limerick boy is sent forward for trial
Meals on Wheels service at risk due to increased demand and loss of staff in wake of coronavirus spread
Tributes for GAA supporter Frank 'John 3:7' Hogan who spread message of hope from the terraces
Covid-19: Health authorities 'working rapidly' to identify contacts of doctor and his family in Limerick
Families in flood-hit areas call for government to buy them out of swamped homes
'We are literally prisoners in our own houses. We can never sell them; who would buy this misery?'
'It's bringing hell back again': Clare families brace for further flooding as River Shannon rises
Firefighter charged with possessing €78,000 worth of cocaine at Nenagh Fire Station
Thousands of sandbags delivered to homes in Clare under threat of rising floodwater