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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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930 patients waiting on trolleys this year in hospitals serving Tipperary

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberFigures released by the INMO show that both University Hospital Limerick and South Tipperary General Hospital in Clonmel top the lists for being the worst two hospitals nationwide for the number of patients waiting on trolleys. Since the turn of the year, 494 patients waited on trolleys and for places in a ward in University Hospital Limerick ...

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St. Mary’s Clonmel Club Notes – Jan 17th

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberCommittee News. The first meeting of 2017 returned Michael Ryan and Tony Shelley as mentors to the Intermediate team along with Peter Egan and Billy Carroll. We wish the lads well for the season ahead. The Juvenile officers, Brendan Cagney and Paddy Bond were returned unopposed with both gentlemen hoping to build on a successful 2016. ...

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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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BREAKING – Diversions in Clonmel Due to Serious Crash

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberUpdated at 14.36: In the last few minutes the Clonmel/ Cashel Rd (R688) has reopened following a crash between Clonmel and Clerihan. 13.30 : The Clonmel Cashel Road (R688) has been closed between Clonmel and Clerihan following a serious crash. Diversions are in place via Fethard. More to follow…. Update- Clonmel-Cashel Road R688 closed due to ...

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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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South Tipp Consultant slams delay in modular unit construction

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberIndependent TD Mattie McGrath has voiced his concern regarding remarks made by South Tipperary General Hospital (STGH) Consultant Mr Paud O’Regan with respect to the cancellation of elective surgeries at the facility as well as the likelihood that the promised modular accommodation will not be delivered in the next year. Deputy McGrath was speaking after Mr ...

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BREAKING: Visitor Restrictions in Clonmel Hospital

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberClonmel hospital has this evening appealed to members of the public to not to visit the hospital, only in the event of extreme circumstances. The South Tipp hospital has also asked people not to visit the hospital if they have experienced flu like symptoms in the last 4 days in a bid to curb the spread ...

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Save Our Rail Service

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberCllr Andy Moloney has renewed call for the public to have a final look at the recent Rail Review carried out by the National Transport Authority in 2016. This review shows that the rail corridor from Limerick Junction to Waterford was performing very poorly as was the Limerick to Ballybrophy line. Both these lines capture all ...

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