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First Data to open doors in Nenagh in August

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberNenagh is set to be the home of the largest FinTech company in the world as First Data are moving ever closer to opening their doors. Speaking to Tipperary Times, Alan Kelly TD welcomed the announcement, “This is fantastic news for not only Nenagh, but also Tipperary. First Data are one of the biggest FinTech companies ...

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Lonergan’s in Fethard the place to be this New Years Eve

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberEvery year, we try to decide where to go to ring in the new year. Many will go to the large towns and cities such as Kilkenny, Dublin or Clonmel. But if you are looking for a great time and fun this New Years eve, then Lonergan’s in Fethard is the place to be. Not to ...

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A second chance for lost and deleted files on your computer

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberBy Daniel Flynn, Daniel Flynn IT Services Anyone that has used a computer for long enough is likely to have lost files on it at some point.  They might be irreplaceable family photos, personal emails or important work documents.  Maybe your laptop stopped working, maybe you lost them because of a virus, or maybe they were ...

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WARNING: Computer and telephone scams continue to increase in frequency

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberWarning to be vigiliant over Christmas period By Daniel Flynn, Daniel Flynn IT Services The best defence against computer and telephone scams is the raising of awareness. For this reason I would encourage people to talk about the issue, and to share articles such as this with their family, friends and colleagues.  Anyone with a working ...

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McGrath slams new “draconian” commercial rates

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp Viber“Local businesses to be hit with draconian commercial rates legislation,” Mattie McGrath Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on the Minister for Housing and Local Government Simon Coveney to suspend planned new legislation which will introduce harsh new penalties for businesses that fail to pay commercial rates to the relevant Local Authority. Deputy McGrath was speaking ...

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North Tipp included in new tourism review by Fáilte Ireland – Cahill

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp Viber– Ireland Lakelands tourism brand currently being developed – Tipperary TD, Jackie Cahill has said that he is pleased that Fáilte Ireland is currently undertaking a study to ascertain the potential for tourism growth in north Tipperary, and in particular, Ballina and Killaloe along with villages and towns bordering on Lough Derg all the way up ...

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Tipp needs to be Ready for Rugby 2023 – Cllr Moloney

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberCllr Andy Moloney calls on Tipperary County Council to be ready to engage with the County GAA Board and GAA HQ if Ireland wins the bid to host the Rugby World Cup 2023. There had been much debate around the Selection of grounds for the World Cup and the omission of Thurles was leading to considerable ...

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Doyle Car Parts ready for Christmas Season

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp Viber Doyle Car Parts and Car Dismantlers in Ballinure can dismantle a large range of cars and vans from Volkswagen to Renault and all cars in between. They have a great range of second hand parts in their workshop including body panels, bumpers, headlights, radiators, windscreens, towbars, exhausts, mirrors, engines, gearboxes, axles, airbags, and driveshafts. They ...

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Ballymaloe Cheese Box – a perfect festive selection of the finest Irish cheeses

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberBallymaloe Cheese Box – a perfect festive selection of the finest Irish cheeses, Sheridans crackers and Ballymaloe accompaniments The Ballymaloe Cheese Box is a perfect festive selection of the finest Irish cheese, crackers and Ballymaloe accompaniments that celebrates the rich family tradition of food in Ireland. It makes a great stocking filler, a thoughtful hostess gift, ...

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LANDLORDS CONDEMN GOVERNMENT BILL ON TENANCIES

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberMinister for Housing Simon Coveney has come under fire from landlords for what he has called “significant provisions in relation to security of tenure” for private tenants. Stephen Faughnan, Chairman of the Irish Property Owners Association (IPOA), has described aspects of the Planning and Development (Housing) and Residential Tenancies Bill 2016 as “grossly unfair and possibly ...

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