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Soldier Faces Charges for Vandalising Limerick Store

LIMERICK, IRELAND – In an incident that has left the residents of Limerick astonished, a private in the Yorkshire Light Infantry, John Roberts, found himself in the dock before Mr John Guinane, Justice of the Peace, facing charges of vandalizing the large plate glass window of Messrs. Cannock and Co.’s… Read More

Past Pupils Honour Revered Brother Nolan in Limerick

Limerick, Tuesday – A heartwarming ceremony unfolded this past Sunday at the Christian Brothers’ Church in St. Michael’s Place, Limerick, as a group of esteemed past pupils from the Christian Brothers’ Schools in Carrick-on-Suir gathered to pay tribute to Rev. Brother Nolan. The event saw the presentation of a beautifully… Read More

Limerick Magistrates Lead Charge Against Pub Proliferation

Limerick, Ireland – In a bold move, the magistrates of Limerick have taken a decisive stand against the unchecked proliferation of public houses, setting an example that has reverberated across the country. Their refusal to grant new licenses for pubs comes as a response to the belief that Ireland has… Read More

“Limerick Constable Awarded Compensation for Injuries Sustained on Duty”

Limerick, Ireland – In a recent ruling at the Limerick Quarter Sessions, Sergeant Richard P. Kennedy of the Royal Irish Constabulary was granted £150 in compensation, along with additional costs, for injuries he sustained while diligently performing his duties. The incident that led to this compensation occurred during a particularly… Read More

Beloved Christian Brother, Ambrose Clarke, Mourned in Limerick

Limerick, Ireland – The city of Limerick is in mourning following the passing of Brother Ambrose Clarke, a revered Christian Brother, at the age of 78. Brother Ambrose dedicated an impressive 56 years of his life to a devout and impactful religious vocation. His unwavering commitment to nurturing the faith… Read More

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