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Paddy Ryan

Paddy is your run of the mill, mild mannered lad from Tipperary. His love for sport and competing has brought him to Vienna and Padova as well as many other places to take part in marathons. Paddy loves writing about local politics and current affairs as well as claiming to be a sports guru. Paddy set up the Tipperary Times to bring fresh relevant information to the people of Tipperary and those who have left the green pastures of the Premier County but still want to know whats happening at home.

Tipperary Obituaries – January 28th

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberTipperary Times have been notified of the following deaths: January 28th Gary BRETT St. Patrick’s Terrace, Clonmel, Tipperary Gary Brett St. Patrick’s Terrace, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary. (Retired Psychiatric Nurse St. Ita’s Hospital, Portrane, Co. Dublin) 27th January 2017, peacefully at Rathkeevan Nursing Home. Son of the late Josie & Gerard Brett (predeceased by his baby brother ...

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Cahill working on Home Care Bill with Fianna Fáil

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberFF Bill on Home Care shines spotlight on social care in Ireland – Cahill – Expanding Free Deal to include home help care needed – – Access to GP care essential to keeping older people in their homes – Local Fianna Fáil TD, Jackie Cahill has said that progress needs to be made quickly to deal ...

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4 Things you need to know about the new Driver Drug Testing

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp Viber Here’s everything you need to know about the roadside drug testing: 1. Did the Gardaí not already test for drugs before now? The Gardái have been testing for drugs for a few years now. Since 2011, over 1,600 people have been recorded under the influence of drugs. The types of test were testing for pupil dilation, ...

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Prank calls to emergency services are putting lives at risk

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberA hoax call to Waterford Ambulance Service yesterday evening has caused outrage as thousands of people slammed the actions of the caller. The individual in question stated they were going to jump into the river which lead to 11 search and rescue organisations responding. Speaking to Tipperary Times, Michael Hickey of Carrick River Rescue was very critical of the ...

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Tipperary Obituaries – January 27th

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberTipperary Times have been notified of the following deaths: January 27th T.J O’BRIEN Lisboney, Nenagh, Tipperary Predeceased by his father Tommy and mother Mary. Deeply regretted by his loving wife Geraldine and his cherished children Thomas, Aishling and Coleen. Brothers Ger and Kieran, sisters Noeleen and Mary, Aunts, uncles, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews and nieces, relatives, neighbours ...

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FARM ASSIST TO AUTOMATICALLY APPLY IN MARCH

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberIFA Rural Development Chairman Joe Brady has welcomed the announcement by Minister for Social Protection Leo Varadkar, that the Farm Assist income and child disregards reintroduced in last October’s Budget, will automatically apply to all recipients of the scheme from the 8th March next. Joe Brady said the reversal of previous Budgets decision on the disregards ...

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Breaking: Vehicle on Fire on M8 outside Cahir

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberWe have learned that there is a vehicle on fire on the hard shoulder outside Cahir on the M8 in the southbound direction. Emergency services on the scene and people are advised there may be delays as a result. Drivers are advised to be cautious on approach. More to follow… TIPPERARY/CORK: Vehicle on fire on M8 ...

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5 WAYS BELOW COST SELLING HITS VEGETABLE PRODUCERS

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberWhile promotions have always been a part of retail sales, the practice of below cost sales has brought a new and potentially terminal threat to the Irish fruit and vegetable sector. Vegetable growers cannot continue in an environment where their produce is constantly being used by retailers as ‘loss leaders’ and being offered to consumers for ...

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Factories hitting sheep farmers with lower prices

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberSHEEP FARMERS FRUSTRATED WITH FACTORIES ON PRICE, WEIGHTS AND CLIPPING CHARGES – IFA IFA National Sheep Committee Chairman John Lynskey said sheep farmers are getting very frustrated with the meat factories over their imposition of unfair clipping charges and their attempts to impose restrictive carcase weights. In addition, he said all sorts of moves are being ...

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Councillors reject Parnell Street Parking Proposal

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberCouncillors in the Templemore-Thurles District today rejected a motion to remove parking from Parnell Street in Thurles. In what has been described by some as a decision against Thurles, councillors rejected the motion 6 votes to 2. The motion was aimed at removing parking from Parnell Street on a 3 month trial period. This would not ...

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