Advertisement Facebook Gardaí appeal for witnesses to serious Road Traffic Collision in County Limerick TAGSappealcoronerGarda investigationinquestJohn McNamaramedical recordsMichael DalyUHL Linkedin New appeal for information on Gussie Shanahan’s death Gardaí looking to locate missing Limerick man RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Print Local photographer appeals for information on missing equipment WhatsApp DETECTIVES have questioned staff at University Hospital Limerick (UHL) as part of an investigation into a patient’s death in 2010.In 2012, an inquest into the death of Michael Daly (66) of Lee Estate in Limerick City found that he died of cardiac failure due to natural causes.However his family disputed this and have appealed the verdict. They found that two potentially significant documents were missing from their father’s medical records while he was at UHL.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The UL Hospitals group described this as an ‘oversight’ but Limerick City coroner John McNamara ordered a second inquest into Mr Daly’s death.The Garda investigation will form part of the evidence that will be presented to the new inquest.See more news here Gardaí appeal for public help in tracing missing person Limerick teenager NewsHealthLimerickHospital staff questioned over Limerick man’s deathBy Editor – November 14, 2017 7237 Previous articleLimerick council publishes €158 million draft budgetNext articleLimerick regeneration brings new homes to St Mary’s Park Editor Twitter Christmas is coming and things are getting worse for some people Email
Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Print Previous articlefilm column – Doctor SleepNext articleRose of Tralee to turn on Limerick Christmas Lights 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. Advertisement Linkedin Twitter WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Facebook Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival A SWEET day out in aid of Milford Hospice is on the cards as the Limerick Beekeepers’ Association (LBA) revives the Limerick Honey Show.Organised in association with the Federation of Irish Beekeepers Associations, the show will take place on Saturday, November 30 in Mungret GAA Hall and is open to the public from 2pm.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Honey Shows have a long tradition among the beekeeping community in Ireland, showcasing the different skills in the craft.Exhibits will include not only honey but photography and baking with U12 and U16 classes. A special art class for local primary and secondary schools specifies that the exhibits must be pollinator related and a local artist will judge the exhibits.Local honey will be on sale from the teaching apiary in Mungret and funds raised will be used to develop beekeeping the county and city.The Limerick Beekeepers have gone from strength to strength in recent years and the organisation now has more than 100 members.The LBA meets monthly at the Mungret GAA clubhouse, where they get advice from certified lecturers, access to a free library and plenty of chat about all things beekeeping over a cup of tea.Chairman Gus Mc Coy says they are probably the envy of many other beekeeping associations because of the wide range of services and supports they can access.“We are grateful to Limerick City and County Council for leasing lands to us at Mungret for our apiary, which we use for training beginners, and also to Mungret GAA for the use of their hall.”Established in 1956, membership was quite small in the early years and by 2012 the club had just 18 members.According to Gus, it was only when they established a training programme for beginners at the start of the recession that there was a significant increase in membership numbers, as people focused on more homely crafts.“Membership has grown steadily in recent years due to the commitment of our committee to providing the resources and means for people to learn the ancient craft of beekeeping,” he explainedAdmission to the Mungret Show is €2 with under-16s free with proceeds going to Milford Hospice. WhatsApp Email Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedLBAlimerickLimerick Beekeepers associationLimerick Post NewsCommunityLimerickSweet support will bee on hand for MilfordBy Bernie English – November 12, 2019 376 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener
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Rangers owner Tony Fernandes will be chief among those crossing fingers the club can claim their just rewards in future. Rangers bossed the first half, stretching Liverpool time and again, pulling out all the stops bar a goal. The hosts outplayed, out-thought and outmanoeuvred lacklustre Liverpool, who had serious problems with Emre Can’s link work with Dejan Lovren and Martin Skrtel. By contrast Sandro dominated proceedings in front of Rangers’ back line, allowing the likes of Fer to raid effectively off lynchpin Zamora. Former West Ham striker Zamora was the clear man of the first half, causing untold problems for Can dropping deep to offer the ideal pivot for Rangers’ attacking blueprint. Fer should have scored twice in the half, so despite all the promise the hosts will have been frustrated to turn around without a comfortable lead. Charlie Austin bundled his way clean through only to bungle his finish, even flicking the rebound wide from Simon Mignolet’s parried save. Liverpool’s malaise consistently emboldened Rangers, who again should have taken the lead when Zamora drifted into the inside-right berth. After driving deep into the Liverpool box, Zamora dragged back the perfect ball for the onrushing Fer – only for the Dutchman to blast against the crossbar despite plenty of time and space to pick his spot. Neither side learned their lesson from the incident, Liverpool allowing Zamora to produce another telling right-wing cross only minutes later. This time Fer beat Mignolet to the centre and headed goalwards, but again his finish was mere paintwork away from breaking the deadlock. Liverpool finally conjured a serious opening as the half dwindled to a close, Balotelli’s slide-rule pass inviting Steven Gerrard to tiptoe around Caulker. The former England skipper’s curling shot was always heading wide however, leaving both sides frustrated at the break, though for vastly differing reasons. So nearly the home hero, Vargas ought to have cherished getting off the scoring mark in style, but was left to bemoan a strange quirk of fate. After Dunne put through his own net, all bedlam broke loose, and in the event the hosts were cruelly and unjustly denied. Steven Caulker’s own goal condemned QPR to a crushing 3-2 defeat at home to Liverpool, rooting Harry Redknapp’s men to the foot of the Barclays Premier League table. Press Association Richard Dunne’s own goal put Rangers behind midway through the second half, despite the hosts dominating the contest. Vargas equalised with normal time running out, notching his first goal in English football, only for Philippe Coutinho to steal the lead again with a deflected effort. Summer recruit Vargas put QPR back on level terms moments later, but Liverpool sneaked the final word -and the points – with Caulker the luckless fall guy. All eyes were on Sterling, in the starting line-up against his old club, after a week in which he had been an almost permanent fixture on the back pages following England manager Roy Hodgson’s revelation that the player had complained of tiredness prior to the qualifier away to Estonia. Once the game began, there were certainly no signs of fatigue from QPR, as Holland midfielder Leroy Fer twice hit the crossbar in a dominant first-half display from the Londoners. No amount of cajoling from the excellent Bobby Zamora could yield the QPR breakthrough however, leaving Harry Redknapp’s men stuck at the bottom of the table on Sunday night. Redknapp has had to fend off suggestions that Les Ferdinand’s arrival as head of football operations puts his Loftus Road status in jeopardy. The former Tottenham boss’ cause was not helped by Dunne’s crushing own goal, but this rousing performance points to potential improvements ahead. Eduardo Vargas’ two late goals had QPR edging towards a deserved and creditable draw, only for Caulker to put through his own net in the fourth minute of added time. Raheem Sterling, who started for the Reds after the controversy over his England omission last Sunday, had burst clear and tried to pick out the supporting Mario Balotelli before Caulker unwittingly turned the ball in to break Rangers’ hearts.