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Tuesday 5th 0ctober 2021: Limerick Chamber has said that the failure to include the Limerick Northern Distributor Road (LNDR) in the National Development Plan (NDP) is a missed opportunity by government to deliver a game-changing orbital route and relieve congestion in the city. Responding to the announcement of the NDP review, CEO of Limerick Chamber,

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Tuesday 28th September 2021: 2021 programme returns after one-year COVID break with November 19th celebration. Awards now open for nominations. A defining time in the history of business in the Mid-West region will be marked on November 19th next when Limerick Chamber’s much anticipated Regional Business Awards resume after a one-year COVID enforced hiatus. The

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Wednesday 8th September 2021: Limerick Chamber is delighted to collaborate with Dance Limerick to offer culture night enthusiasts a unique experience of 96 O’ Connell St.   Limerick Chamber has opened its doors as a venue for Dance Limericks Culture night performance and the premiere of Women & Work| The Contract. The Georgian building will offer

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Wednesday 18th August 2021: Limerick Chamber has today announced a new partnership with UL@Work aimed at equipping Mid-West businesses to deal with fast paced industry changes that are both challenging and providing opportunities for organisations. UL@Work is a new range of digital programmes co-designed by industry and UL that enable upskilling and reskilling of employees

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Limerick Chamber has welcomed support directly from Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar around “positive discrimination” for regional airports in the COVID recovery, as extremely encouraging for the airport and businesses across Limerick and the Mid-West. The Chamber also welcomed another boost for the region from its meeting with Minister Varadkar

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GUIDEBOOK TO PROTECTING YOUR STAFF AND CUSTOMERS AGAINST COVID-19 Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Public Health Mid-West has managed more than 5,000 outbreaks across Limerick, Clare, and North Tipperary, hundreds of which have been directly linked to workplaces. The vast majority of businesses in the region have shown immense civic responsibility over the past

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Future Development of Limerick City report highlights the need for affordable residential units in the city centre and recommends a citizens dashboard to measure progress on key local projects Initiatives that promote vital, liveable city centres are essential, according to Limerick Chamber, who today launched the Future Development of Limerick City report by Indecon Economic

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