Local backlash over Aer Lingus threat Linkedin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TAGSbriefLimerick City and Countylocal newsNews Patrick O’Neill will run for Fianna Fáil in the local elections in City North.FIANNA Fáil local election candidate for Limerick City North, Pat O’Neill has applied to Limerick City and County Council for funding to carry out improvement works in Caherdavin Park.“I have applied for the funding following talks with local residents to increase and link the path walkways around the current green along with the security of street lighting. I have also looked for the setting up of outdoor gym equipment in green spaces which will provide people of all ages the opportunity to take part in physical activity. This park has not had the focus nor attention it requires,” he said.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Housing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites Twitter NewsLocal Newsfunding sought for Caherdavin Park improvement worksBy Staff Reporter – April 10, 2019 1254 TechPost | Episode 9 | Pay with Google, WAZE – the new Google Maps? and Speak don’t Type! Print Is Aer Lingus taking flight from Shannon? Facebook Previous articleDates and Times revealed for Munster Junior Cup semi-finalsNext articleWATCH: Alby Mathewson on staying with Munster and always being professional Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Limerick on Covid watch list Advertisement Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow Email WhatsApp
View Comments Cameron Diaz Owes Quvenzhane Wallis $$$ …Or vice versa? When the new Miss Hannigan stopped by Late Night earlier this week, she seemed a little too into yelling at kids…and cursing. “They are in an adult situation,” she told Seth Meyers of the youngins playing the foster kids. “If you don’t like how adults talk, don’t be in an adult situation. That’s how I do.” Apparently, she also tried a really backwards version of the swear jar, in which those who don’t drop f-bombs have to put in money. So remember, kids: You’re never fully dressed without a f*cking smile. Ghosts Haunt the McKittrick The McKittrick Hotel, home of the ever-spooky Sleep No More, will play host to another show next month. Ghost Quartet, a song cycle by Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 composer Dave Malloy, will play the Chelsea hotspot for eight performances only beginning January 5, 2015. Joining him are Natasha, Pierre… alums Brittain Ashford, Gelsey Bell and cellist Brent Arnold. Annie Tippe will direct the tuner, which weaves four eerie narratives spanning seven centuries. Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. The Lion Will Roar…Again The Lion, an autobiographical musical written and performed by Benjamin Scheuer, will play off-Broadway’s Lynn Redgrave Theater beginning February 3, 2015. The show, which follows Scheuer’s journey through love, loss, family loyalty and the redemptive power of music, was presented by Manhattan Theatre Club at New York City Center earlier this year, and had previously played Lincoln Center and London’s St. James Theatre. Opening night for the latest incarnation is set for February 8, and the show will run through March 29. New Look at Golden Globe-Nominated Into the Woods The film adaptation of Into the Woods received three Golden Globe nominations on December 11 for Emily Blunt, Meryl Streep and Best Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical. If that were enough to make you happy now and happy hence, kick of the weekend with this brand new TV spot, boasting the flick’s latest award nods. The spot includes some new footage, including a super-glam Meryl Streep and a rather suave Chris Pine. Is it Christmas yet?
The Nigeria international will remain at the Britannia Stadium until the end of the 2015-16 campaign but there is the option of a further 12 months. Odemwingie, who joined the Potters in January 2014, recovered from a serious knee injury which sidelined him for eight months to return to action in April. Stoke striker Peter Odemwingie has been rewarded with a new one-year contract extension. “We’re delighted to that Peter has extended his stay with us at the club until the summer of 2016,” said chief executive Tony Scholes. “He suffered an unfortunate injury last season after making a big impression immediately after joining the club. “Peter has worked incredibly hard to battle back from this to regain full fitness. “He’s a popular figure not just in the dressing room but with club staff and supporters so we are thrilled to keep him on board this season.” Stoke have also appointed John Coates, son of chairman Peter, as vice-chairman because Keith Humphreys is stepping down from his role on the board of directors. “John and I have run the club together since bet365 purchased the club in 2006 and his appointment as vice-chairman serves to formalise his involvement,” said Peter. Press Association
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (CMC) — Shai Hope’s ninth One-Day International hundred went in vain as West Indies lost their composure inside the last 10 overs to suffer a narrow one-wicket loss to Sri Lanka in a tense opener of the three-match series on Saturday.Sent in at the Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, West Indies’ 289 for seven from their 50 overs was underpinned by Hope’s stylish 115 from 140 balls – his third century in his last eight innings and fifth in the last 10 months.Roston Chase (41) and left-hander Darren Bravo (39) both got starts but failed to carry on while all-rounder Keemo Paul lashed a 17-ball unbeaten 32 batting at number eight, to give the Caribbean side a strong finish.Captain Dimuth Karunaratne then topscored with 52 off 57 deliveries in a century opening stand with Avishka Fernando (50) while Kusal Perera struck 42 off 50 balls.However, it was Man-of-the-Match Wanindu Hasaranga with a lively unbeaten 42 off 39 deliveries which turned the game in Sri Lanka’s favour, in a 38-run, seventh-wicket standoff 30 balls with Thisara Perera who thumped a cameo 32 from 22 balls.On 231 for six at the end of the 40th over and requiring 59 runs from 60 balls for victory, Sri Lanka got the better of the exchanges thanks to Hasaranga’s efforts, the 22-year-old right-hander blasting four fours and a six and Perera counting three fours and a six.The contest could have been even tighter late on but left-arm pacer Sheldon Cottrell’s last two overs leaked 21 runs and Sri Lanka got home in the end with five balls to spare.Fast bowler Alzarri Joseph claimed three for 42 while leg-spinner Hayden Walsh (2-38) and seamer Paul (2-48) ended with two wickets apiece.For the Windies, the defeat left them trailing in the three-match series, needing to win the remaining matches in order to clinch their first-ever ODI series win in on Sri Lankan soil.Hope had earlier taken the spotlight for the Caribbean side, stroking 10 fours in his first hundred against Sri Lanka and sixth on the subcontinent.