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Fifteen jobs in peril after fire destroys commercial premises in Limerick
No injuries have been reported.
An Bord Pleanála gives green light to construction of 202 houses and 182 apartments in Limerick
The homes will be built close to Limerick city.
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Rehab to make 37 workers with disabilities at Limerick facility redundant due to impact of Covid-19
The employees work at the Rehab Logistics facility in Raheen.
Man arrested after gardaí seize cocaine worth €245,000 in Limerick
A garda vehicle was damaged during the course of the operation.
US firm Regeneron to create 400 jobs in Limerick as part of Covid-19 drug plans
REGN-COV2 will be made in New York but Limerick will by producing existing medicines.
Four men arrested after €3.9 million worth of cannabis seized in Co Laois
A substantial quantity of suspected cannabis herb and products were seized following the search of a vehicle in Raheen.
Man (70s) among three arrested over burglary in Limerick business park
The three were arrested during an intelligence-led operation this morning.
Three men due in court over Limerick assault
A man in his 30s was brought to hospital with apparent stab wounds.
Two men arrested in connection with Limerick stabbing
The arrested men are aged 19 and 20.
Pharmaceutical company announces 300 new jobs for Limerick
It will bring the total expected direct employment at their Raheen site to 800 people.
Emergency services at scene of large fire in Limerick factory
The fire service said no injuries have been reported.
Man (80s) in serious condition after two-vehicle crash in Limerick
Both men injured were the drivers of the two vehicles.
Bread company catches fire in Offaly
Fire crews from Offaly and Westmeath were called to the blaze.
Parents vote to keep Communion date despite clash with One Direction gig
The communion at Gaelscoil an Ráithín is on the same day as the boy band’s concert in Dublin which some of the children have tickets to.
Limerick company launches scholarship to fight skills shortage
Emutex has launched a scholarship and internship for third level undergraduate students, after having to go abroad to hire seven out of 10 people in 2012.
Man to face trial over dog sex death
A 47-year-old woman died in Limerick in October 2008 after a sex act with an Alsation dog. A man has been charged with buggery with an animal and now faces trial.