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IRISH Cement is to halve the amount of alternative fuels it is planning to burn at its facility in Mungret in Limerick – to 90,000 tonnes. It comes after a public outcry against the original proposals, which will see tyres and other materials being ...
Irish Cement to scale back factory plan for Limerick
APPLICATIONS are being invited for the patronage of Limerick's two new post-primary secondary schools. Education Minister Jan O'Sullivan this Tuesday invited school patron bodies to apply to run the new schools, which will be located in Mungret and ...
Patronage process opens up for two new Limerick schools
Members unanimously passed proposals for the rezoning of various patches of land to community/education to allow for the proposed primary and secondary school at the site. The zoning of land around Mungret St Paul's GAA Club was also altered to allow ...
Zoning amended for Limerick&#39;s <b>Mungret</b> College site
IRISH Cement has said its plan to burn rubber tyres in Mungret will not lead to any rise in emissions. Concern has been raised at the proposal to replace the burning of fossil fuel with used tyres as part of a €10m renewal plan. Residents in the ...
Cement firm: &#39;No rise in emissions at Limerick&#39;
LIMERICK City and County Council has said “it does not expect” a delay to the completion of works at Mungret Park, owing to the discovery of a Bronze Age site on the grounds. Work preparing the site for a new park and playground has stopped in recent ...
Bronze Age find in <b>Mungret</b> &#39;won&#39;t delay&#39; park works
THE Bishop of Limerick, Brendan Leahy, has urged those responsible for two local church break-ins over Easter to “examine their conscience”. Burglars ransacked the sacristies at St Paul's Church in Dooradoyle and St Oliver Plunkett Church in Mungret ...
Limerick Bishop calls on thieves to &#39;examine their conscience&#39;
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South Court Hotel South Court Hotel
Adare Road
Greenhills Hotel Limerick Greenhills Hotel Limerick
Ennis Road
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