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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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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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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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McGrath questions Government on €702 Million spent on Renewable Energy

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp Viber“Government spends €702 million on Renewable Energy Schemes since 2011,” Mattie McGrath Independent TD Mattie McGrath has said the government must do more to justify its €702 million spend on Renewable Energy Schemes since 2011. Deputy McGrath was speaking after the costs were released to him on foot of a Parliamentary Questions submitted to the Minister ...

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Cahill calls for Vulture funds to be regulated

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberVulture funds must be regulated by Central Bank to protect homeowners – Cahill Tipperary TD, Jackie Cahill has said he is deeply unhappy with the current situation that allows vulture fund owners bypass the need for Central Bank of Ireland regulation through the use of a ‘Credit Servicing Agency.’ “The upshot of the current legislation is ...

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Thurles has been crippled by successive Governments

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberIn a brief interview with Tipperary Times, Cllr John Hogan of Fianna Fáil stated that “Poor political leadership and a lack of representation at cabinet level over the past 20 years has crippled the Town of Thurles”. We spoke to Cllr Hogan regarding the dereliction of Friar Street in Thurles and if this is a trend ...

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Lonergan welcomes C&C Announcement

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberThe announcements by C&C should provide a real economic boost to other local businesses. Local Councillor Martin Lonergan stated “C&C is investing €10 million in a bottling bank at its Annerville plant with up to 60 new jobs being created in the Clonmel area following on from the announcement that the Suir Pharma plant has been ...

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Bulmers Clonmel expansion is brilliant news for the town and region

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberIndependent TD Mattie McGrath has expressed his delight at the news that the C&C Group behind Bulmers cider is set to commit a significant multi-million euro investment in its Annerville site in Clonmel. Deputy McGrath went on to say that the news will end what he called a prolonged period of uncertainty around the plant’s future: ...

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