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Kelly demands Limerick A&E to open on May 29th

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberAlan Kelly TD has welcomed the decision of the HSE Management in Limerick to open the A&E in Limerick on May 29th but he is concerned that HSE at a national level are trying to block this. Alan Kelly talks to Tipperary Times about his concerns. The Mid West desperately need this new A&E to open as planned. ...

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Valiant defeat no consolation for Tipperary

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberAn outstanding game of hurling last Sunday to open the Munster Championship was no consolation to Tipperary who saw their tenure in this year’s championship ambushed by the Rebels first time of asking in their quarter-final clash in Semple Stadium, Cork winning a pulsating tie 2-27 to 1-26. Commiserations to the Tipp team who are out ...

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Tipperary Intermediate Ladies Football Team ready for Championship

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberMunster Intermediate Ladies Football Championship Tipperary Ladies Football will commence their Munster Intermediate Ladies Football Championship on the Bank Holiday weekend in June. Their first round game is against Limerick at a home venue. Munster Interprovincial team Congratulations to Aishling Moloney (Cahir), Aisling McCarthy (Cahir) and Samantha Lambert (Ardfinnan) who were named on the Munster Interprovincial ...

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New Mobile Library for Schools in Tipperary

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberNew Schools Mobile Library launched by Cllr. Siobhan Ambrose, Cathaoirleach Tipperary County Council Cllr. Siobhan Ambrose, Cathaoirleach of Tipperary County Council, today launched a new replacement Schools Mobile Library vehicle in the midst of children and teachers in Kilsheelan National School. The Schools Mobile visits 150 Primary Schools in County Tipperary 3 times per year, administered ...

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Bord na Móna plant in Littleton to close

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberLittleton Plant closure has rocked community to the core – Cahill – Bord na Móna should offer redeployment and spell out plans for the site – – Midlands Enterprise Fund needed to support communities affected by changes in energy sector – Tipperary TD, Jackie Cahill has said that there is severe anger and disappointment across North Tipperary ...

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Carey welcomes Clonmel Credit Union rejection of Merger

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberPlanned Merger Between Clonmel Credit Union and Charleville Credit Union is off Deputy Mayor of Clonmel and District Cllr Catherine Carey,  Clonmel Sinn Fein Cumann,is delighted to announce that the planned merger between Clonmel Credit Union and Charleville Union has collapsed and will not now be proceeding.  On foot of the recent meeting called by Cllr ...

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Rural Conference set for Thurles on Wednesday next

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberLine-up for rural conference confirmed as Anna May McHugh, Michael Ryan, John ‘Bull’ Hayes and Padraig Giblin join Pat Spillane Tickets already in demand for Wednesday, March 29 event so public advised to book early A cast of rural champions, including Limerick’s famed front row John Hayes, has been confirmed for a Thurles conference at the ...

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Tipp needs a jobs taskforce to stem the loss of jobs – Cahill

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberTipperary TD, Jackie Cahill has said that a specific Tipperary jobs task force is needed to address the decline in jobs in the county, at a time when other counties are seeing significant investment from IDA backed companies. Deputy Cahill was commenting after a meeting with the Enterprise and Jobs Minister, Mary Mitchell O’Connor to discuss ...

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Building Rural Community Conference Set for Thurles

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp Viber‘Building Rural Community – Lessons from Sport’ conference with Pat Spillane, Anna May McHugh, Michael Ryan, John Hayes and Padraig Giblin, March 29th Thurles With rural Ireland experiencing population declines of 20% and more over the past five years compared to urban growth of up to 8%, it’s clear that the urban migration and emigration trend ...

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200 Jobs lost in Nenagh as Coty to Close

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberCoty (Formerly P&G) is to close its Nenagh plant by October 2018 with the loss of over 200 jobs. The announcement was made at a management meeting this morning where staff were informed of the decision. Coty have released the following statement: “Today we have announced proposed changes to our international manufacturing network, subject to board ...

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