House attacks under investigation.

first_img Previous articlePictures – Kilmallock claim Munster hurling crownNext articleThe music hall tones of Joyce Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Print Twitter Email NewsBreaking newsHouse attacks under investigation.By Staff Reporter – November 24, 2014 831 Linkedincenter_img WhatsApp Advertisement Andrew Carey [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A PIPE-bomb attack is under investigation in Limerick after a suspected device was thrown through the window of a home in Garryowen over the weekend. A suspect device was thrown into a house on West Singland Road, Garryowen shortly before noon on Saturday. The house was occupied at the time but all people escaped without any injuries after the device failed to explode.In the immediate aftermath, a man in his 20s was arrested and detained at Henry Street Garda station.The area was made safe and the device was treated by the bomb disposal unit and is now subject to forensic analysis.A number of other violent incidents are also under investigation after petrol bombs were thrown at houses in Kennedy Park on Friday night causing little damage but not injuring the occupants. Gardai at Roxboro Road Garda station are investigating and can be contacted on 061-214340. Facebooklast_img read more

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first_img Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. My resourcesOn 2 Sep 2003 in Personnel Today Bev Shears, HR director, South West TrainsPublications I love articles that are controversial, thought-provoking, witty andirreverent – usually written by the best in our profession, who are the bestbecause they are original thinkers, high achievers, and retain personality andhumour while championing their business and their people. I avoid the ‘It’s notfair that HR isn’t on the board’ people and those of their ilk. Books I am an avid reader with very catholic tastes in both fiction andnon-fiction. Anything from chick-lit to clinical psychology. I have beenreading a lot about the employer brand and leadership.  I Don’t Know How She Does It, by AllisonPearson, had me crying with laughter, and as a working mother of two, I wrylyacknowledged the book’s truths and insights – the ‘Muffia’ and ‘Mother Superiour’were particularly well observed. Television My favourite programme is The Sopranos; anything you need to know aboutfamilies and organisational culture is all there. Immediate feedback on poorperformance and reward and recognition for success is clearly the ‘wastemanagement’ industry’s philosophy. Radio I listen when I’m driving, but I switch to CDs if it gets too inane. I likeradio news, which tends not to trivialise in the way that television does. Internet My favourite internet sites are Tesco Direct and Opodo – sorts out thegroceries and the travel. Ask Jeeves is my favourite search engine at home, andSouth West Trains operates Open Learning Centres and at-home learning throughLearn Direct, so our staff and their families can learn through the company.  I think the net is great but I tend to use itfor specific things, while my family surfs for hours. last_img read more