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European Commission launches new initiative to improve health and safety of workers

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberToday the European Commission is taking action to promote Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) in the EU. Investment in occupational health and safety improves people’s lives by preventing accidents and work-related illness. Building on past efforts,the Commission’s new initiative aims to better protect workers against work-related cancer, to help businesses, in particular SME’s and micro-enterprises, in ...

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Round 1 McGrath Cup

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberToday saw round 1 of the McGrath cup. An under strength Tipperary took on Kerry in group A. The young Kerry side went storming into the lead with 4 points before Tipperary’s Diarmuid Foley put the ball into the back of Kerry’s net, to bring the side within a point. Kerry’s Cathal Bambury netted a penalty ...

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McGrath Cup Football – Kerry v Tipperary

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberKerry will play Tipperary in Round 1 of the McGrath Cup Football competition on Sunday January 8th at 2pm in Austin Stack Park Tralee. Team Panel Tipperary senior football manager Liam Kearns has announced his training panel for the upcoming Allianz Football League and McGrath Cup Competition as the Tipperary footballers and management team look to ...

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Save Our Rail Service

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberCllr Andy Moloney has renewed call for the public to have a final look at the recent Rail Review carried out by the National Transport Authority in 2016. This review shows that the rail corridor from Limerick Junction to Waterford was performing very poorly as was the Limerick to Ballybrophy line. Both these lines capture all ...

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733,060 Irish passports issued in 2016 – Minister Flanagan

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberMinister urges Irish citizens to check passport validity & apply well in advance of travel The Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Charlie Flanagan TD, has announced that 733,060 passports issued in 2016, an increase of 9% on the previous year. Minister Flanagan said: “2016 was an exceptionally busy year for the Passport Service with a ...

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NEW LEADER CALL FOR FUNDING RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME 2014-2020

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberSouth Tipperary Development CLG (STDC) and North Tipperary LEADER Partnership (NTLP), on behalf of Tipperary Local Community Development Committee (LCDC), are currently seeking Expressions of Interest from interested parties under the Rural Development (LEADER) Programme 2014 – 2020. LEADER is a grassroots method of delivering support for rural development through implementing Local Development Strategies thereby enabling ...

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CHRISTMAS TREE RECYCLING

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberChristmas trees can be dropped of Free of Charge for recycling from the 6th to the 20th January at the following locations. Clonmel Recycling Centre, Carrigeen,Clonmel Waller’s-Lot Recycling Centre, Cashel Donohill Recycling Centre, Donohill, Tipperary Fair Green Car Park, Carrick-on-Suir Nenagh Recycling Centre, Nenagh Roscrea Recycling Centre, Roscrea Templemore Town Park, Templemore Bottom of Parnell Street ...

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Audi Ireland Fake Competition

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberAudi Ireland have issued a statement this evening regarding a fake Audi Facebook competition that is circulating. They have said ” We have been alerted to a Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/AudiPerformanceIE that is claiming to be an official Audi Ireland page. This page is also running a competition where it is claiming to give away an ...

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2-Year-Old Boy Saves His Twin Brother

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberToday the below video was circling the internet. The video shows a 2-year-old boy save his twin brother. Think twice about leaving your kids unattended. Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp Viber

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Injury Worries For Tipperary Man O’Donnell

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberWith Munster’s Pro12 victory against Connacht in the past now and the squad focusing on the rescheduled fixture against Racing 92, Tipperary man Tommy O’Donnell could be a doubt. According to Munster Rugby the Cahir man will undergo further investigation for an ankle injury he picked up in the Connacht game. A decision on whether he ...

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