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Friday 29 September 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Moyross

Last year
Limerick residents protest demolition of two houses as local homeless numbers increase
In April, homelessness in County Limerick was 27% higher than it was in the previous April.
All time
Man due to appear in court over Limerick city shooting
The shooting incident took place on 11 June in Moyross.
Two women arrested following stabbing of a man in Limerick
The man was found on a road way in Moyross in the early hours of the Sunday morning.
Man hospitalised following serious assault in Limerick city
The man was found with serious injuries on a footpath.
Limerick suburbs to receive 38 new social housing units by end of the year
The Peter McVerry Trust, Limerick City Council and County Council are to deliver the new homes to the areas of Moyross and Southill.
Brooklyn Colbert, an 11-year-old murder victim, can now be named after court order lifted
Patrick Dillon murdered his 11-year-old nephew Brooklyn Colbert on 3 November, 2019.
'My beef is the road not going ahead': A Limerick road is causing division lines between Fianna Fáil and the Greens
Minister Eamon Ryan has been accused of acting “in clear breach” of the Programme for Government.
Man arrested in connection with Limerick shooting
A man was injured in the shooting in June.
Man charged after woman struck in face during robbery in Limerick
He is due to appear before Limerick City District Court this morning.
Man arrested over shooting in Limerick last month
A man was shot in the Moyross area on 11 June.
'Earlsy was out chatting to them': Munster star lends helping hand to Limerick hurlers
Keith Earls has previously advocated the use of visualisation techniques as part of skillset.
Man (23) charged in relation to murder of Limerick man Martin Clancy
Clancy, who was originally from Moyross, was found almost a week after his suspected killing.
'He's in the mould of Anthony Foley' - Keith Earls' journey to the top
The Moyross man is now a key part of Munster and Irish rugby and has stayed grounded through it all.
'It was just a prank gone wrong': Limerick playground destroyed by accident
Locals in Moyross believe someone ‘did something stupid’ and the fire spead to the play park.
'I'm up to 287 young people I know who have died'- Crusading priest on his fight against drugs
Fr Tony O’Riordan warned dealers they faced an eternity in hell if they did not repent for their sins.
Housing crisis is "inhumane" says concerned Moyross priest
He spoke about having dealt with parishioners who were feeling suicidal while dealing with housing issues.
Moyross Priest slams "scandalous" demolition of houses in Limerick
Fr Tony O’Riordan said that work on new builds is welcome but “painfully slow”.
Ireland is facing a human rights case over the awful state of social housing here
The state has until 28 May to respond to a complaint made to the EU
A priest asked churches to donate gold to help needy students. But did any?
Fr Tony O’Riordan launched a campaign to help pay for a teacher in the school.
Priest appeals for sale of church gold to pay for much-needed teacher
The Department of Education has removed funding for a teaching position in place since September.
Bad news: Rubberbandits turned down the Limerick City of Culture job*
*OK, not really. But they were too busy to take it anyway.
Open thread: What changes would you make to the education system?
As doc sets to explore how “one size fits all” education system is failing some young people, we want to know how you would improve school years…
The Daily Fix: Friday
Our essential roundup of the day’s big stories – plus any bits and pieces you may have missed.
Apache Pizza stand over decision not to deliver to Moyross
Drivers say it is too dangerous to go into the Limerick estate with pizzas and money.
Two stabbed in Limerick