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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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19 Empty or abandoned commercial units in Friar Street, Thurles

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberThurles, like so many rural towns, has seen many of it’s streets decimated in recent years as businesses have closed their doors. Once thriving with life and activity, these streets now paint a very different narrative. Taking one street as a prime example, Friar Street in Thurles has 19 business units either boarded up or on ...

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Scaffolding to be removed from Rock of Cashel

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberGood news this morning for Cashel as the process to remove the scaffolding around the Rock of Cashel is to start today. The removal process will take around 10 weeks and the majority of the scaffolding should be down in time for Patrick’s Day. There will be restricted access to some areas of the Rock of Cashel, ...

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200 New Jobs for Clonmel

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberIQ Pharmatek company limited is the new owner of the old Suir Pharma site. The new MD-CEO is Dr. Azzam Hussein has more than 20+ Pharma industry experience and 10 years of that within the Irish Pharma industries. The company is planning to reopen in a couple of weeks’ time and it intends to create employment ...

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3 Top Tips to keep your PC Running Smoothly

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberThe Basics of Routine Computer Maintenance By Daniel Flynn, Daniel Flynn IT Services You might not think that your computer has much in common with either your car or your teeth.  In reality though, all three have one very large similarity- they all benefit hugely from regular check ups and maintenance.  If you identify a small ...

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Parkers Restaurant hope to reopen within weeks following fire

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberThe popular Holycross restaurant, Parkers, hopes to reopen within weeks following a fire which has caused a great deal of damage to the premises. The fire which broke out in the early hours of Sunday morning was believed to have started due to an electrical fault. Speaking to a Tipperary publication, a spokes person for the ...

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LEADER Open Information Evening – January 16

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberJanuary 16 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm South 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 ...

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Swiss Cottage, Co. Tipperary, a visitors perspective

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberThis was written by Fiona who detailed her trip to the Swiss Cottage in Cahir. You can find her on Twitter or you can see her blog by clicking HERE At the end of August my little family and I went on a road trip to Co. Tipperary to visit Cahir Castle and Swiss Cottage. Cahir ...

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STAFFORD STREET, NENAGH CLOSED UNTIL MARCH

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberTEMPORARY CLOSING OF ROAD ROADS ACT 1993 – 2015 (SECTION 75 OF THE ROADS ACT 1993) ROADS REGULATIONS 1994. DECISION TO CLOSE STAFFORD STREET, NENAGH Notice is hereby given that Tipperary County Council has made an Order to close the following road: Road to be closed: Stafford Street, Nenagh for 180m from Kenyon Street Junction to ...

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Ireland’s Whiplash payouts leading to higher Insurance premiums

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberIreland has 5 times the average whiplash payout compared to Germany and France and 3 times the average payout when compared to the UK. Speaking earlier this year to the Irish Times, Declan O’Rourke, general manager of AIG in Ireland stated “In France and Germany, the normal award for whiplash is between €2,000 and €3,000 and the ...

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