Chamber News

N.C.W. Bookshop Celebrates Success

The Staff at N.C.W. Bookshop are thrilled to announce that the shop has recently been successful in its application for funding from the James Patterson Campaign for Independent Booksellers. This was the Shop’s second time to apply for the grant and they are very... read more

Great Southern Trail Greenway

In conjunction with the change of management of the Great Southern Trail, the NCW Chamber are bringing you a series of weekly posts in relation to this great amenity which was primarily developed by voluntary effort. We start this week with a video made by Skike... read more

“Goat Street” OKTOBERFEST

Following on from his previous successful festivals, Seamus Cleary of The Drapers Bar South Quay PRESENTS….. “Goat Street” OKTOBERFEST. A weekend of all things German. German music, sausages, ladies in Dirndl, gents in lederhosen and a range of... read more

€10,000 secured for Newcastle West Christmas Lights

Newcastle West is to receive €10,000 from central council funds to help buy a new Christmas lights system for the town. Cllr Michael Collins told a public meeting in Newcastle West on Monday that council chief executive Conn Murray had given him a firm commitment of... read more

We Need Our Name in Lights!

The largest town in Co. Limerick is currently in danger of having no Christmas lights. For years, Newcastle West’s local businesses have funded the supply and installation of Christmas lights with generous donations. Without these donations, we just wouldn’t have... read more

Chambers Ireland Corporate Social Responsibility Awards 2015

The 2015 Chambers Ireland Corporate Social Responsibility Awards launched on Tuesday 3rd March 2015 in Dublin Castle. Application forms can be accessed here and the application process will close on Tuesday 21st April. The categories for this year’s awards are... read more

Filtertek to add 35 new jobs in Newcastle West

Fine Gael TD for Limerick Patrick O’Donovan has welcomed the announcement by Filtertek that they are to create an additional 35 new jobs at their Newcastle West plant. Patrick O’Donovan said that this announcement together with recent announcements in Limerick prove... read more