Facebook Limerick Fine Gael TD and Minister of State Patrick O’DonovanLOCAL Minister Patrick O’Donovan has announced €420,000 in funding for the Limerick Greenway between Abbeyfeale, Newcastle West and Rathkeale. The funding comes from the Department of Rural and Community Development and is being made available by Minister Heather Humphreys under the Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Patrick O’Donovan said “I am thrilled to be able to announce this. This is fantastic news for the Limerick Greenway. Over the last number of years, I have announced literally millions of euro in funding for this amenity and we have seen the benefit of it, particularly now during the recent lockdown. The investment that we are making now is part of continuing to improve it for locals and visitors alike.” “The latest round of funding is to improve the signage and the Greenway itself and is being done in conjunction with Failte Ireland and Limerick City and County Council. Over the recent past I have worked with the Council to help refurbish the tunnel in Barnagh which has been restored to its former glory also secure the two old stations in Ardagh and Barnagh for the Greenway. Today, more good news from the Government and Minister Humphreys, which I know will be welcomed locally.” “As Minister for Tourism I laid out a plan and a vision that would see the Greenway go from Lough Derg to the Atlantic through Clare, Limerick, and Kerry. The main corner stones of that are I believe being put in place bit by bit and with continued investment Kline this, and with the good news on the Kerry side, we are really making steady but positive progress to a major Greenway here in this part of Munster.” Patrick O’Donovan concluded by saying that the last twelve months have shown how impotent how important local parks, walkways, trails, and amenities area. “As a Government we have made big investments into our area through the Council and local voluntary groups, sporting organisations and clubs. I am committed to getting more good news like this for other parts of Limerick so that the greatest number of people can enjoy our outdoor spaces and what Limerick has to offer our locals and visitors alike.” WhatsApp Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live NewsCommunityLimerickPatrick O’Donovan announces €420,000 in funding for Limerick GreenwayBy Staff Reporter – March 22, 2021 437 Linkedin Previous articleWATCH: “Dreams come true” – CJ Stander reflects on final Irish appearanceNext articleWATCH: Farrell and Sexton reflect on win over England and pay tribute to CJ Stander Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Email Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Advertisement Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick Twitter Print TAGSDepartment of Rural and Community DevelopmentKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick GreenwayLimerick PostPatrick O’Donovan RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR
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The Hot 8 Brass Band sure has reason to celebrate! After reaching their 20th anniversary in 2016, the New Orleans brass ensemble continues to push the envelope. The band is set to release a new album, On The Spot, on March 31st, and will support it with a cross-country tour in grandiose fashion.On The Spot is all about the band’s live sound, as it captures the group’s infectious energy like never before. Even the record’s name refers to a truly New Orleans moment, when a band takes a pause from their parade route to perform for those assembled around them. It’s a magical moment of synchronous energy, completely On The Spot, and that magic is bottled up for your own personal enjoyment on the new LP. You can pre-order the new release here.To get a sample of the band’s triumphant efforts, we’re honored to premiere the new track “Bottom Of The Bucket.” The band tells us a little more about the new single.L. Brown, the trombone player, was inspired by trying to get away from our trials and tribulations. It’s like that story about crabs in a bucket, one gets to the top and the others will bring him back down. We were doing everything we could to make it out. Whenever we tried to get up, there was no one to help pull us out. We did it all on our own.We also invited percussion legend Alfred “Uganda” Roberts, to join our forces on the recording. He has played with everyone from Professor Longhair, Dr. John and Allen Toussaint, to The Meters. We are very honored to have Uganda perform here with us.Check out “Bottom Of The Bucket,” streaming below!Check out the Hot 8 Brass Band’s tour schedule below, and head to their website for more information. Pre-orders for On The Spot are available now, and you can find that here.Hot 8 Brass Band Tour Dates2 Mar Solbar, Sunshine Coast, QLD (AUS)3 Mar Tanks Arts Centre, Cairns, QLD (AUS)4 Mar Girrakool Blues Festival & BBQ, Girrakool, NSW (AUS)8 Mar Oxford Art Factory, Sydney, NSW (AUS)9 Mar Badlands, Perth, WA (AUS)10 Mar WOMADelaide, Adelaide, SA (AUS)11 Mar WOMADelaide, Adelaide, SA (AUS)15 Mar Brunswick Music Festival, Melbourne, VIC (AUS)17 Mar WOMAD New Zealand (NZ)18 Mar WOMAD New Zealand (NZ)4 Apr The Roundhouse, London (UK)5 Apr The Quarterhouse, Folkestone (UK)6 Apr Rescue Rooms, Nottingham (UK)7 Apr Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool (UK)8 Apr Old Granada Studios, Manchester (UK)9 Apr Guild Hall, Preston (UK)11 Apr Liquid Room, Edinburgh (UK)12 Apr O2 ABC, Glasgow (UK)13 Apr The Wardrobe, Leeds (UK)14 Apr O2 Academy, Birmingham (UK)16 Apr Transatlantik Festival, Hamburg (GER)19 Apr Webster Hall Marlin Room, New York, NY (USA)20 Apr Jammin’ Java, Vienna, VA (USA)21 Apr Milkboy, Philadelphia, PA (USA)22 Apr ONCE Ballroom, Somerville, MA (USA)29 Apr Katowice Jazz Art, Katowice (PL)1 May Cheltenham Jazz Festival, Cheltenham (UK)2 May O2 Academy Sheffield, Sheffield (UK)3 May The Fleece, Bristol (UK)4 May Tramshed, Cardiff (UK)5 May The Factory, Barnstaple (UK)8 May Boiler shop, Newcastle (UK)9 May The Welly, Hull (UK)10 May Warwick Arts Centre, Warwick (UK)11 May Pocklington Arts Centre, Pocklington (UK)12 May The Soundcrash Funk & Soul Weekender, Camber Sands (UK)17 May New Morning, Paris (FR)19 May Open Air, Voiron (FR) [EARLY SHOW]19 May Le Fil – Radio Nova Nuit Zébrée, St Etienne (FR) [LATE SHOW]20 May Rush, Rouen (FR)27 May Denver Day of Rock, Denver, CO (USA)30 May The Crocodile, Seattle, WA (USA)31 May Wonder Ballroom, Portland, OR (USA)1 June The Dip, Redding, CA (USA)2 June The Independent, San Francisco, CA (USA)3 June Saint Rocke, Hermosa Beach, CA (USA)4 June House Of Blues San Diego – Voodoo Room, San Diego, CA (USA)7 June Antone’s, Austin, TX (USA)8 June Warehouse Live, Houston, TX (USA)10 June House of Blues, New Orleans, LA (USA) HOMETOWN RECORD RELEASE PARTY[Photo courtesy of Melissa Fargo]
Denmark’s biggest commercial pensions provider PFA is buying three solar photovoltaic (PV) plants in England from Danish firm European Energy, which developed the power plants, in a deal that involves an option to buy three more.PFA, which manages DKK545bn (€73.2bn) in assets, said the investment was part of its new strategy of putting money directly into the green energy sector.Henrik Nøhr Poulsen, director at PFA Asset Management, said: “This is a very interesting investment, and it is one of the first steps in our new strategy, which, among other things, involves a greater focus towards direct investments in renewable energy.”He said the investment was the company’s first in solar energy, as well as its first direct investment in energy where it owned 100% of the business. He said the parks, with a 20-year guaranteed feed-in tariff, would help ensure a stable long-term return for PFA’s customers, involving low risk in the current low-interest-rate environment.PFA did not say exactly how much the deal was worth, only that it paid European Energy – which develops onshore wind and solar PV projects – something between DKK100,000 and DKK1m for the plants.The three solar parks have a total installed capacity of 15 MW, but the deal includes an option to buy three more plants, which would increase total installed capacity to 29 MW.“Both PFA and European Energy expect that the takeover of the remaining three parks will fall into place during the last six months of 2016,” PFA said.European Energy said the deal still depended on several normal conditions being fulfilled, including formal confirmation of the applicable feed-in tariff.One of the solar plants PFA has bought will supply electricity for Nissan’s Sunderland factory, which produces the Japanese firm’s electric car, Nissan Leaf, alongside other models.