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April 25: How to put lovely Limerick on the map
Having read the Limerick 2030 development plan, I’m impressed and hopeful about what can be achieved to revive one of our country’s great cities. I have to confess I’m not a native of Limerick, I’m a Wicklow man. My father was born in Limerick city, and I have found memories as a child going down to see our relatives on the Ennis Road, and out in Ballyneety. After many years away, recently I have begun to visit Limerick again, three times in the past year. I was taken by how stunning the Georgian Quarter and the People’s Park are in particular and am actively encouraging friends and family to visit.
 

Patricia Feehily - Don't Mind Me

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Where are the tickets for these crazy cyclists?
SOMETIMES it’s hard to curb the rebel genes in my make-up, but I have a lot of sympathy - not to talk of admiration - for the two sisters from Ballybrown who stood in front of the Council’s hedge-cutting machines last week and stopped them from desecrating a hedgerow. I have to add, however, that if the hedgerow in question does pose a major risk to road users - as is claimed - then the council has no option but to tackle it. At the end of the day, road safety has to take precedence over a love of trees and hedges.
 

John B Keane

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Liam Croke - Making Cents

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