Shannon statue to commemorate Axel Killaloe skier takes on Winter Olympics challenge Twitter Advertisement Health tourism here Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up NewsLocal NewsLake TalkBy Bernie English – September 3, 2014 902 Previous articleEarly intervention favoured over fizzy drinks banNext articleMary I launches college app Bernie Englishhttp://www.limerickpost.ieBernie English has been working as a journalist in national and local media for more than thirty years. She worked as a staff journalist with the Irish Press and Evening Press before moving to Clare. She has worked as a freelance for all of the national newspaper titles and a staff journalist in Limerick, helping to launch the Limerick edition of The Evening Echo. Bernie was involved in the launch of The Clare People where she was responsible for business and industry news. TAGSballinafull-imagekillaloelakemary Immacu;ateResearch Driverless cars to be developed in Shannon Print Limerick woman scores €33,000 on Winning Streak WhatsApp Dr. Catherine Dalton of Mary Immaculate College will give a talk on lake research at the Lakeside Hotel, Ballina, Co. Tipperary on Wednesday September 10, starting at 8:00 p.m. Dr. Dalton will address the members and supporters of the River Shannon Protection Alliance, and the general public, on the subject of the extensive research she has carried out on lakes and other water bodies in Ireland and other parts of the world. Much of her work has been centred around the fundamentals of sediments and what they tell us about the past, and their implications for the future.The talk will be both informative and enlightening, and could provide important pointers relative to the Shannon and Lough Derg. All are welcome. Email Limerick man’s body recovered in Killaloe Linkedin
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Monroe County Sheriff’s Office say 53-year-old Gilford Abshire attacked and beat his cellmate Monday morning after the cellmate asked him for a “courtesy flush.”Monroe County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Adam Linhardt said the 65-year-old victim, who was in jail for violating his probation on DUI and drug-related charges, told deputies he was upset at Abshire throughout the day for passing gas and asked him for a “courtesy flush” because of the smell.Instead, Abshire started kicking him while he was on the bottom bunk and then threw him across the cell. The victim was taken to the hospital where he suffered from a broken nose and three broken ribs.Abshire now faces two felony counts of aggravated battery, and the two men are no longer roommates.
Nuggets coach Michael Malone may have been denied some quality family time, but he expressed his pride at leading Team LeBron in the NBA All-Star Game.Malone earned the right to coach the team after the Nuggets defeated the Timberwolves 107-106 on Saturday. The coach roles are determined by the team that has the best records in their respective conferences and, even though Denver have an identical 37-15 return to the Warriors, Malone earned the nod over Steve Kerr due to a better record against opponents in the West.Malone becomes the third Nuggets coach to earn the honor in the All-Star Game and, while he was looking forward to spending a bit of time at home, the 48-year-old is thrilled to be heading to Charlotte.”Obviously any time you can be a part of the All-Star weekend, that’s an honor not only for yourself but for your entire coaching staff and for your organization,” he said about the game on Feb. 17. Coach Malone got quite the celebration from the locker room after tonight’s win and him being named a coach of the All-Star game!#MileHighBasketball pic.twitter.com/PIZF6KuNK4— Denver Nuggets (@nuggets) February 3, 2019″There was a very small part of me that wanted just to relax with my family and be a husband, be a father for a few days, but any time you can represent, your team, your city, your fans at the All-Star game is an honor.”Our staff deserve a ton of credit. They work their butts off. Very thankful for everything they do for me every single day.”MY GUY “W-MO”!!!!! Congratulations brother https://t.co/LuTLlXkPbZ— LeBron James (@KingJames) February 3, 2019Earlier this week, Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer earned the position for the opposition team captained by Giannis Antetokounmpo with his side owning the best record in the East for matches up to Feb. 3.