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Munster Vs Leinster

Another source of conflict in the house was Rugby and things could get pretty heated on the topic. Although they both played on the same university team Rob and Jono’s loyalties were firmly drawn along old provincial battle lines. 852 more words

Irish Life

Couchsurfing Chaos

The next morning on my way downstairs for Breakfast I was almost knocked over by Sorveig who was making a dash for the front door with all her belongings. 784 more words

Irish Life

The Theory of The Lodge

Rob started telling me that what just happened was a perfect example of his Theory of The Lodge in practice and he claimed that his theory could be applied to any night club in the world or at least in Ireland. 495 more words

Irish Student Life

Back to Reality

Limerick’s climate has been aptly described in a well known Pulitzer prize winning autobiography and I don’t think I can top said description, suffice to say that the hurricane season generally lasts from October to April and the monsoon season usually kicks in around July. 1,045 more words

Irish Student Life

The American Wrestling Roadshow comes to Limerick City on Sat. Jun. 20th

The American Wrestling Roadshow comes to Limerick City at the Millennium Theatre on Saturday, June 20th.

Not to be missed! A night of American Wrestling action for everyone both young & old! 29 more words

8 fun things to do in Limerick City by Amber Patton, EI International Student Ambassador

1. The Milk Market

Located near the city centre, the Limerick Milk Market is the perfect place to stock up on fruits, veggies, meat, bread, cheese, chocolate—really anything you want! 550 more words

University Of Limerick

The 1995 Divorce Referendum: A Geographical Retrospect

Adrian Kavanagh, 14th May 2015

With the upcoming presidential candidates age and marriage equality referendum contests to take place on 22nd May (2015), I thought it would be useful to look back at geographical patterns in turnout levels and Yes/No trends in an earlier referendum that might be of some relevance here, namely the 1995 Divorce Referendum. 886 more words

Referendum Elections