Limerick pride Festival 2017 gives youth a voice

first_imgAdvertisement This year’s Pride festival will run from Monday, July 10 to Sunday, July 16, the week-long festival will include workshops, support meetings and discussions as well as evening events in venues throughout the city. NewsLocal NewsLimerick pride Festival 2017 gives youth a voiceBy Cian Reinhardt – June 13, 2017 1108 Friends of Pride pictured at the launch of Limerick LGBT Pride Festival 2017 at the clayton Hotel. limerick Pride 2017 runs from July 10-16 with the parade on July 15. picture: Cian Reinhardt/ilovelimerickThe countdown to Limerick LGBTQ Pride Festival 2017 officially began with the launch at the Clayton Hotel in Limerick City on Monday, June 12 with the message of giving the youth of Limerick a voice. Limerick on Covid watch list RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Local backlash over Aer Lingus threat The annual Limerick LGBTQ Pride Parade on Saturday, July 15, will bring some pizzazz, music and colour to Limerick City Centre, gathering at City Hall at 1.30pm the Parade will make its way at 2.30pm sharp up O’Connell Street, across Mallow Street to Henry Street, past Arthurs Quay Park and returning to City Hall. After the parade people will gather at the Hunt Museum for the PrideFest party which includes special guests Hands in Harmony Deaf Community Choir and drag performances from Shyanne O’Shea and Charnell Clearwater among other performers. TAGSFestivalLGBT LimerickLimerick PrideNewspride festival 2017 WhatsApp Previous articleMinister Simon Harris officially opens Emergency DepartmentNext articleWav Mastering founder celebrates 30 vibrant years in music industry Cian Reinhardthttp://www.limerickpost.ieJournalist & Digital Media Coordinator. Covering human interest and social issues as well as creating digital content to accompany news stories. [email protected] Facebook Unstoppable Sean shows that all things are possible Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow  That night after PrideFest, X-Factor star Saara Aalto will headline the Pride Climax Party at Dolans Warehouse with support from Limerick singer/songwriter Doreen Grimes. Email Vicky calls for right to die with dignity Print Speaking at the launch Lou McCormack, Chairperson Limerick LGBTQ Pride 2017 said, “There is something for everyone culminating in the annual Pride Parade and the PrideFest party directly after the Parade at the Hunt Museum.  We want to welcome everyone to join us in celebrating LGBTQ culture in Limerick and show Limerick for the truly open and accepting city that she is.” Linkedin Population of Mid West region increased by more than 3,000 in past year Friends of Pride pictured at the launch of Limerick LGBT Pride Festival 2017 at the clayton Hotel. limerick Pride 2017 runs from July 10-16 with the parade on July 15. picture: Cian Reinhardt/ilovelimerickRichard Lynch, PRO Limerick LGBTQ Pride 2017 said, “our theme this year is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered (LGBTQ) Youth. Ireland voted YES to same-sex marriage in 2015, a new generation has spoken who were responsible for that historic victory. This generation is our future leaders and we want to give them a platform as the voice of a new Ireland.” Twitterlast_img read more

Gold Coast trophy home sells days after hitting the market

first_imgThe perfect spot to watch the world go by.The master bedroom upstairs has a balcony and is separated from the other bedrooms by a second living area and study.Mr Dowker was confident it would have generated a lot of interest if it was on the market longer.“It would have definitely got strong interest,” he said.Property records show Mr Dowker sold the property to Shelley Fowke in February last year for $3.53 million.He said the market was strong in the Coast’s southern suburbs with several million-dollar sales settling over the past few weeks. The Palm Beach property sold after only five days on the market.A BEACHFRONT trophy home has been snapped up for a multimillion-dollar price after five days on the market.The Palm Beach property on Jefferson Lane was due to go under the hammer this weekend but it went under contract last week.Marketing agent Troy Dowker, of Ray White Mermaid Beach, said it sold to a local buyer for around $4 million. A refurbishment has breathed new life into the property.“I got the deal done in five days,” he said.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa16 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThe sale is due to settle in early September.Mr Dowker said it received two offers, both of which were from Coast residents who liked its position and contemporary style.“(The home) was pretty much completely refurbished,” he said.“It provides a really good view — you get a really good vantage point looking south and north.”The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home has an open kitchen, living and dining area that flows onto a beachfront deck. The kitchen is modern and versatile.center_img Take a bubble bath and enjoy the view. The ultimate beach house.last_img read more

Jordan Ayew scores fifth EPL goal but Villains stay adrift

first_imgJordan Ayew rescued a point from the penalty spot to hand Premier League strugglers Aston Villa a share of the spoils at home to West Ham.Another defeat looked on the cards for the home side when defender Aaron Cresswell lashed home a left-footed effort in first-half injury time.But Mike Dean controversially awarded Villa a penalty with just over an hour gone and Ayew, who has been a rare shining light for Villa, levelled. It is the Ghanaian’s fifth goal of the season, one shy of the six of his elder brother, Andre.Both sides struggled to really create some momentum in the closing stages and the only real chance fell to Villa right-back Alan Hutton, whose effort was cleared by Hammers defender James Collins.If Newcastle avoid defeat at home to Everton in the evening kickoff, Villa will remain 10 points from safety at the bottom, while West Ham, who have drawn five in a row and only scored two in that time, have fallen a place to ninth.–last_img read more