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Terence Keehan Nov 19
Nicholas Street, this afternoon
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Rob Cross 🇮🇪 🇪🇺 Nov 19
My restored and colourised c.1907 photo of Colbert Station Railway Station in City but it was originally named "Limerick" but the station was given the name Colbert in commemoration of Cornelius Colbert, one of the executed leaders of the Easter Rising of 1916.
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Medieval Quarter Limerick Nov 20
What a sight as you enter the Medieval Quarter! 😍 Well done on another iconic mural 👏 It's fantastic to see it almost finished. We just can't get enough of these amazing murals up here 😁
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Malibu Sarah 21h
Just passed the Dolores O’ Riordan mural, absolutely breathtaking seeing it in the flesh. Such a beautiful tribute to one of Limerick’s most-talented
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Cllr Daniel Butler Nov 20
Shes almost done Hopefully finished by 4pm weather dependent. Love how each angle you see something different.
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Rob Cross 🇮🇪 🇪🇺 12h
My restored and colourised c1882 photo of George's Street, now O'Connell Street in Limerick City with The Royal Cruises Hotel and Cannock's Department Store on the right. The original b&w photo forms part of Lawrence Photographic Collection in the .
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In Ireland Nov 19
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Jim-gle bell Jim-gle bell Jim-gle bell STOP 16h
If we elect them soon, there’ll be (Clears throat) A Night Mayor Before Christmas I’ll show myself out. Sorry
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Nigel Dugdale Nov 18
Opera site hearing with An Bord Pleanala to hit next week. Some images here I havent seen before. If only there was more residential contained in this plan. Could be transformative.
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Ormston House Nov 18
Save the date. The school strikers are asking everyone to support them at Arthur's Quay Park on 29 November at 1pm for the next Global Climate Strike
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Mothermacs 1h
Heard a new one last night. Angry Bird Eyebrows Is this a thing now?
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Cranberries World Nov 19
That's it for today. Thanks to Trevor, our special reporter in Limerick
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Terence Keehan Nov 17
, Ireland this afternoon
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Limerick Solicitors Bar Association 1h
Volunteers sought for ⁦⁩ to man the on Bedford Row in the run-up to Christmas-pls call 061484448 if interested & for more info. 🙏🏼
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Conor McNamara Nov 17
I see O'Connell Street has been closed off to through traffic without the world ending
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Irish Institute for Catholic Studies 2m
Thanks for the chance to speak about the amazing work we do at IICS! Join us next Wednesday to hear Prof. Marie Parker Jenkins discuss ‘In good faith: schools, religion and education’ at 5 pm in MIC JHN 221! All welcome!
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Rob Cross 🇮🇪 🇪🇺 Nov 18
My restored and colourised 1865 photo of Sarsfield Bridge (Wellesley Bridge) before Shannon Rowing Club was built. One can see a bustling riverside crammed with warehouses and factories which is a testament to ’s prodigious trade connections. Original b&w photo by NLI.
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Cllr Daniel Butler Nov 20
Thats a wrap from and this amazing piece he created, delivered by This is world class work for a world class lady!
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Emma Gilleece 13h
‘Orientalism & the Female Gaze’ exhibition on the Helen Hooker O’Malley collection in the Bourn Vincent Gallery in UL from 16 Nov - 22 Dec 2007 that my MA in History of Art & Architecture class were involved in. It was opened by Helen & Ernie O’Malley’s son Cormac
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Rob Cross 🇮🇪 🇪🇺 Nov 19
Limerick the Treaty City, so-called after the Treaty of Limerick signed on the 3rd of October 1691 which ended the Williamite War in Ireland between the Jacobites and the supporters of William of Orange and concluded the Siege of Limerick.
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