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Single Car Collision on Cashel Road in Clonmel

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp Viber**ROAD CLOSED – CLONMEL** Cashel Road closed at Dr. Par O’Callaghan complex and entrance to Baron Park due to a single car RTC which also knocked an ESB pole in the process. Please use alternative routes. Electricity is out in the area so on that note, anyone living in the area that may be lighting candles ...

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Punters Pal – Cheltenham Preview – Day 1

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberCheltenham Preview – Day 1 For many of you Cheltenham novices, here’s the Tipperary Times guide to the big chances on Day 1 of the Festival. Time Race 01:30 Supreme Novices Hurdle 02:10 Arkle Challenge Trophy 02:50 Festival Handicap Chase 03:30 Champion Hurdle 04:10 David Nicholson Mares Hurdle 04:50 National Hunt Chase 05:30 Novices Handicap Chase ...

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Pat Spillane to address Thurles conference on rebuilding rural community

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberMarch 29th conference ‘Building Rural Community – Lessons from Sport’ to hear from rural Ireland champions that we must be innovative and reimagine communities Halting the decline and putting growth back into rural Ireland is one of the biggest single challenges for the nation, organiser of a conference announced for Thurles that will be headlined by ...

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Man dies at Lough Derg

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberIt has been reported today that an man has died this morning at Lough Derg in County Tipperary. The man in question was in his 60s, was taken from the lake at the Terryglass Harbour. It was around 10am when the alarm was raised and emergency services, including local search and rescue teams arrived at the ...

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€9.6 Million for 60 new homes in Tipperary

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberCllr Seamus Morris welcomes the €9.57 Million funding for Tipperary County Council to construct 60 homes Cllr Seamus Morris of Nenagh has welcomed the announcement that over €9.5 million is to be allocated to Tipperary County Council for the construction of new homes in the county. In a statement to Tipperary Times, Cllr Morris stated: “I ...

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Tipperary Obituaries – February 1st

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberTipperary Times have been notified of the following deaths: February 1st Patrick (Pat) MAHER Springfield, Fermoy, Cork / Clogheen, Tipperary (Springfield, Fermoy, Co. Cork. & Lios Mhuire, Clogheen, Co. Tipperary.) Pat passed away after a brief illness, peacefully at his home surrounded by his family. (Ex Irish Army). Loving and much loved husband of Marie (nee ...

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Drom & Inch Club Notes: Jan 31st

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberU-21 Football: Our U-21 footballers had a convincing 1-09 to 5 points victory over Moycarkey/Borris last Sunday in the first round of the Mid A championship in wet conditions in The Ragg. Preparations continue for round 2 scheduled for this weekend vs. Thurles Sarsfields. See club text or Facebook page for time & venue. Juvenile AGM: ...

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Low Cost Loans available for farmers in early 2017

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberLOW COST LOANS A POSITIVE FOR FARMING EARLY IN 2017 – JOE HEALY IFA President Joe Healy has welcomed today’s launch of the Agriculture Cashflow Support Loan Scheme by Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed. Joe Healy said, “IFA campaigned strongly throughout 2016 for lower cost credit to be made available to the farming sector, particularly where ...

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Lives at Risk as only ONE Ambulance per town in Tipperary

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp Viber“Only one ambulance on night duty in each of Tipperary’s main towns,” Mattie McGrath Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on the Minister for Health Simon Harris and the National Ambulance Service to immediately increase the number of ambulances covering all the major towns in County Tipperary. Deputy McGrath was speaking after information supplied to him ...

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Cllr Browne unhappy with Rural Plan Announcement

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberCllr Martin Browne of Cashel Sinn Féin Tipperary has poured scorn on recent announcements from the government and their plans for rural Ireland. Browne has claimed that the €60 million which was announced is over a three year period and is been spread over 600 rural towns and villages. Cllr Browne said: “Any and all money ...

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