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Obituaries for Thursday May 8th 2014

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberThe following deaths have occurred. Mary Anne Flanagan, Roscomroe, Roscrea Reposing in Doyle’s funeral home, Roscrea on Thursday evening from 5 o’clock with rosary at 6 Removal on Friday at 10.30 to arrive at Roscomroe Church for funeral mass at 11am Burial afterwards in St Molua’s Cemetery, Roscomroe. John Gilmartin, Grange, Borrisoleigh Reposing at his home ...

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Murder victims sister gives evidence in Tipperary trial

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberCourt hears of plans to sort out differences. Shane Rossiter’s sister’s told the Central Criminal Court that the 31 year old man accused of shooting him dead said he was planning to sort out his differences with her brother. Maurice Power of Dranganbeg, Kilmoyler, Cahir has pleaded not guilty to murdering Mr Rossiter following house party ...

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DPP orders case to be dropped in Tipperary assault case

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberCharges of assault and burglary against the man who discovered the body of Bobby Ryan in West Tipp last year have been dropped. The Director of Public Prosecutions has instructed Gardai to withdraw the charges against 44 year old Pat Quirke of Breanshamore, Tipperary. He had been accused of assaulting Mary Lowry at Fawnagown, Tipperary in ...

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Obituaries for Wednesday May 7th 2014.

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberThe following deaths have occurred. George Fletcher, Corville Road, Roscrea and formerly of Assumption Park, Roscrea. Reposing at Maher’s funeral home, Roscrea on Wednesday evening from 4 o’clock with removal at 6.30 to arrive at St Cronan’s Church at 7 Funeral mass on Thursday at 12 noon with burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery Family flowers ...

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Environment Minister says “everybody will pay” water charges.

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberGovernment reveals details of controversial charges. Minister Phil Hogan announced this lunchtime that the Cabinet had signed off on water charges. The average household will pay around €240 per year – depending on usage and conservation – and the final decision on cost from the regulator. The unit cost is to be fixed until the end ...

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Candidates asked to respect efforts of Tidy Towns groups.

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberIt’s claimed the excellent work of local Tidy Towns and Villages committees across Tipperary is being hampered by the election campaign. Independent candidate in the Clonmel – Cahir electoral area Martin Lonergan says the sheer volume of posters in urban areas across the county is detracting from the great efforts being done by local groups. As ...

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HIQA identify thousands of issues in Irish nursing homes

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberInspectors identified over 8,500 issues that needed to be addressed last year to bring Irish nursing homes up to standard. The figure is contained in the first annual overview report on HIQA’s activities in the sector. A fifth of those issues related to risk management, and health and safety. Nursing homes also notified the authority of ...

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Obituaries for Tuesday May 6th, 2014

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberThe following deaths have occurred. Catherine Keyes nee Brennan, Main Street, Cloughjordan. Reposing at Ryan’s Funeral Home, Nenagh on Wednesday from 6.30 to 8.30. Remains arriving to St Peter and Paul’s Church, Cloughjordan on Thursday for Funeral Mass at 11 followed by burial in the Church grounds. No flowers please – donations if desired to the ...

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Meeting on future of Excel Centre tomorrow

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberThink Tank to gain community views on direction of Centre into the future A Community Think Tank on the future development of the Excel Centre in Tipperary Town will be held tomorrow evening The Excel has a new management structure in place and is inviting ideas from members of the public on the future initiatives and ...

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Gardaí man extra checkpoints on Bank Holiday Monday

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberDrivers warned not to drive after drinking the night before Drivers on Tipperary roads are being warned not to get behind the wheel with alcohol in their system. Gardaí have been manning checkpoints throughout the county this bank holiday weekend…with specific emphasis on drink driving, speed and mobile phones. Traffic volumes will build throughout today as ...

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