Advertisement NewsBreaking newsMan found slumped on county Limerick street with serious stab woundsBy admin – December 16, 2013 1087 Andrew CareySign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up [email protected] GARDA investigation has been launched in County Limerick after a man was found slumped on a public street in Kilmallock with serious stab wounds this Monday morning.The man in his 20s, from Limerick City, was discovered on Sarsfiled Street in the county Limerick town at 8am this Monday by people going to work and about their morning business. The injured man was taken to the University Hospital Limerick for medical treatment but his injuries were not believed to be life threatening.House to house inquiries were being carried out by Gardai in the town and the area was sealed off for technical examinations.A location for the attack is as yet not known but the man was found slumped and bleeding on Sarsfield Street with serious stab wounds. Garda investigations are focusing on the area of the discovery.Gardai from the Crime Office attached to Bruff garda station are leading the investigation and have appealed for the assistance of the public who may have seen or heard anything in relation to how or where the man received the serious injuries. They can be contacted on 061 382940 Previous articleAn Taoiseach says we are moving in the right directionNext articleRugby Stars Launch Ulster Bank League Awards admin WhatsApp Print Linkedin Email Facebook Twitter
WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads WhatsApp Advertisement Twitter Email Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TAGSeducationhealthlimerickNewsResearch Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Previous articleLA band to make a tour documentary in LimerickNext articleGovernment report claims Limerick parents pay €159 a week for childcare Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Print Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Limerick PhD student James Blackwell from Ballyneety.Photo: Sean Lydon.IT took a Limerick student just three minutes to explain the intricacies of finding brain tumours by ultrasound.James Blackwell from Ballineety was rewarded for his inventiveness when he was declared overall winner of this year’s NUI Galway’s Three-sis competition.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The fast-paced event featured three-minute talks by 12 researchers who shared the story of their research using just three presentation slides, in front of three judges and a voting audience.James took the overall award for his bite-sized talk ‘Finding brain tumours using ultrasound’.The Limerick man is a PhD candidate split between the School of Physics and School of Mathematics, Statistics and Applied Mathematics at NUI Galway. His research involves using ultrasound to create stiffness maps of the brain. These can help surgeons to identify brain tumours and other diseases. His work is supported by the Irish Research Council.The Threesis competition was initiated at NUI Galway in 2012. It is open to all research students and postdoctoral researchers at NUI Galway. Finalists included undergraduate students, PhD candidates and postdoctoral researchers from across all Colleges on campus.Videos of the three winning presentations are available at www.nuigalway.ie/threesis NewsEducationHealthLimerick researcher makes quick work of three-sisBy Alan Jacques – December 27, 2018 1680 Linkedin Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Facebook
Officer John Porreca stands ready to enforce highway safety as part of the Ocean City Police Department’s holiday campaign. By Donald WittkowskiTwo big road signs that served as bookends on 29th Street between West and Bay avenues made one thing very clear to truck drivers: Stay out of this neighborhood.“No trucks,” they warned. “Local traffic only.”If the signs weren’t enough, Officer John Porreca parked his Ocean City police sport utility vehicle on 29th Street on Monday in a highly visible spot. He was ready to issue tickets to any truck driver who ventured through the residential neighborhood.The not-too-subtle signs and Porreca’s presence were part of a police safety campaign that began Monday and will continue until New Year’s Day. Dubbed “Safe for the Holidays,” the program will target a different type of roadway danger each week in hopes of getting the message out that there will be “zero tolerance” for distracted, careless or reckless driving.“We’re trying to get people to think when they’re driving,” said Capt. Steven Ang. “When you’re behind the wheel of a car, that’s what you should be doing all the time.”This week, police will focus on truck-route violations. Ang said trucks are supposed to follow designated main routes, such as West Avenue, Bay Avenue and Battersea Road, that generally keep them out of residential neighborhoods while they are making their deliveries.Truck route violations will be a focus this week by police. A sign at the corner of 29th Street and Bay Avenue warns trucks to stay out of the residential neighborhood.Police also plan to beef up patrols this week to watch for impaired drivers. Ang noted that Wednesday night is expected to be a time of heavy drinking because it is the day before Thanksgiving. With college students coming home on school break and other people enjoying time off for the holiday, the night before Thanksgiving traditionally is popular for drinking and partying.“Wednesday night is a big drinking night,” Ang said. “It’s a very big night in the bars.”Although Ocean City is a “dry” town that has no bars or liquor stores, police will be on the lookout for drivers coming from other cities that do have taverns and nightclubs, Ang stressed.“Our roads lead to those areas,” he said.Ang urged anyone who drinks to use a designated driver or call a taxi or a ride-sharing service such as Uber.“We want you to have a good time. But we also want you to be safe,” he said.Moving into the week of Nov. 28, the “Safe for the Holidays” campaign will target distracted driving and cellphone use.During the week of Dec. 5, police will concentrate on inspection violations, such as faulty headlights, brake lights, turn signals and other malfunctioning equipment. They will also focus on commercial vehicles for anything that might be unsafe, including construction equipment that is not properly secured.For the week of Dec. 12, the safety campaign will target seatbelt and child-restraint violations. Police will focus on stop sign violations during the week of Dec. 19. For the campaign’s final week of Dec. 26, there will be a crackdown on speeders.Ang explained that the holidays are a good time for police to pay extra attention to highway safety because drivers often are not. Many times, motorists are focused on their holiday shopping rather than the rules of the road, he noted.“It’s that time of year,” he said.
Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Proof Jon Snow’s ResurrectedWhat happened to Jon Snow? He’s alive and well and in London’s West End (sorry, couldn’t resist). Game of Thrones’ Kit Harington officially opened in Doctor Faustus on April 25 at the Duke of York’s Theatre. Hopefully this is just the start of his return to the boards; Harington kicked off his career in the theater and was the original Albert Narracott in War Horse. Next stop Broadway? We promise not to quiz you, Mr. Harington, about iron thrones, impending winter weather, or if you’re really dead.Hamilton Takes Top Honors for BC/EFAThe 30th Easter Bonnet Competition raised a record-breaking $5,525,568 for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. The annual event, which took place on April 25 and 26, marked the culmination of fundraising efforts of Broadway, off-Broadway and touring productions. Musical juggernaut Hamilton came out on top, raising the most money of any show with $516,029. The competition featured 17 handmade bonnets by members of the Broadway community and skits involving more than 230 performers in New York. An American in Paris won for their bonnet design, while the cast of Hamilton received top honors for their performance: a Hamilton-style retelling of Sweeney Todd penned by (who else?) Lin-Manuel Miranda.Brían F. O’Byrne & Patina Miller Set for Mercy StreetTony winners Brían F. O’Byrne and Patina Miller, as well as Tony nominee Bryce Pinkham, have been added to the lineup for season two of PBS’ Mercy Street. O’Byrne will play Allan Pinkerton, head of the Union Intelligence Service, with Miller as Charlotte Jenkins, a black Northern abolitionist and former slave, and Pinkham Maj. Clayton McBurney III, the new hospital chief. The returning ensemble cast includes Tony winner Donna Murphy and Broadway alum Josh Radnor.Robert Cuccioli to Lead Paint Your Wagon ‘Revisal’Tony nominee Robert Cuccioli, Kendra Kassebaum, Justin Gregory Lopez and more have been tapped for a new “revisal” of Lerner and Loewe’s Paint Your Wagon. Directed by David Armstrong and featuring a new book adaptation by Jon Marans, the mythic Western will run at Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre June 5 through June 25.Danai Gurira & More to Receive Lilly AwardsPlaywright Danai Gurira (Eclipsed), director Kate Whoriskey, actors Mia Katigbak and Martha Plimpton, and more will be honored at this year’s 7th Annual Lilly Awards Ceremony. The event, which celebrates women of distinction in the American Theater, is scheduled to take place on May 23 at the Signature Theatre.Danielle Brooks on Life-Changing PurpleThe Color Purple’s Danielle Brooks stopped by The Daily Show on April 25 and revealed that the musical’s original production was the first Broadway show she ever saw. “It really has changed my life,” said Brooks. “It made me want to go study for it, so I ended up going to school in New York for theater and ten years later here I am.” Check out the interview below; the revival is playing at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, led by Cynthia Erivo. Kit Harington in ‘Doctor Faustus'(Photo: Marc Brenner) Star Files View Comments Danielle Brooks