Linkedin Report by Andrew CareyTHE body of a young female has been found at the River Shannon during the course of a search for missing Limerick teenager Chloe Kinsella.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Search units attached to Limerick Marine Search and Rescue discovered the body this morning and it is to be removed to the University Hospital Limerick for further examination.Gardai confirmed that the body was recovered by divers at Browns Quay, Thomondgate shortly before midday.Information is still being sought regarding the missing teen.Foul play has been ruled out in the discovery.Meantime, the body of a Polish man missing in Limerick since September 6 last has been discovered at his home. Facebook NewsBreaking newsBody found at River ShannonBy admin – October 4, 2013 801 Email Previous articleZoe’s Auditions win the Audience FavouriteNext articleChief Justice highlights need for reform of court system admin Advertisement Print Twitter WhatsApp
View Comments The West End’s new musical comedy and fictional X Factor spoof I Can’t Sing! has delayed previews due to technical issues. Previously scheduled to begin performances at the London Palladium February 27, the show, starring Olivier Award winner Nigel Harman, Cynthia Erivo and Alan Morrisey, will now start on March 1. Opening night remains set for March 26. Along with Harman, Ervio and Morrisey, the show will also star Ashley Knight, Victoria Elliot, Simon Bailey and Billy Carter. Directed by Sean Foley, I Can’t Sing! features music by Steve Brown and a book and additional lyrics by British comic Harry Hill. The production tells the story of Chenice (Erivo), who lives in an ITV blackspot because her grandad’s iron lung interferes with the signal in her caravan—she’s the only girl in the world who has never heard of The X Factor. When she accidentally stumbles into an audition with her talking dog, she starts a journey to both stardom and love. I Can’t Sing! goes beyond the microphone and under the judges’ desk to reveal the (not necessarily accurate) story of heartache and laughter that keeps millions tuning in every week.
Press Association The 74-year-old Italian said: “Sure. I said ‘probably’ yesterday, but after this performance – it was important to see him in contact with the opponent – I think against the Faroes, he will be 90 per cent on the pitch.” That would complete an astonishing turnaround for Dunne, who has admitted he feared his career could be over as he underwent three bouts of surgery in a bid to solve a persistent groin injury. Trapattoni has been cautious over one of his key performers since welcoming him back into the squad in London last weekend, but he will have few qualms in naming him in his starting line-up. Indeed, his reluctance to confirm that Dunne will definitely start was the result of a general rather than a particular concern. He added with a smile: “Yesterday evening, the players finished the game and I let them go free. Today, I won’t see them. I am not a magician, I have to wait. When he comes back, I will call him and the rest of the team. “Maybe two or three come back after the day off, they drink beer, they go out with their wife and an accident happens. I hope not, but maybe. I can’t say to you now ‘100 per cent, yes’. Ninety per cent, yes. When they are here, I will be clear.” Ireland must beat the Faroes if they are to keep alive their hopes of snatching the runners-up spot in Group C ahead of Austria and Sweden. Richard Dunne is “90 per cent” certain to start Friday night’s World Cup qualifier against the Faroe Islands after a remarkable return to prominence. The 33-year-old had not played any football for either club or country this season until he was introduced as a second-half substitute during Sunday night’s 4-0 friendly victory over Georgia. However, having seen him confirm his fitness following a 12-month injury lay-off, both in training and during his 25-minute cameo at the Aviva Stadium, manager Giovanni Trapattoni is ready to pitch him straight back into competitive action.