Tag: Tipperary GAA News

  • Shop local this Christmas – Noel Coonan TD

    Fine Gael TD for Tipperary Noel Coonan has encouraged Tipperary people to shop local this Christmas, saying that the festive period is a great opportunity to support local retailers.“I encourage everyone in Tipperary to shop local this Christmas as people buy gifts in the run up to Christmas Day. I do hope that when they […]

  • Noel Coonan TD Welcomes HSE Service Plan for Tipperary

    Tipperary TD Noel Coonan has welcomed the HSE Service Plan published this morning Thursday. The Fine Gael TD outlined the capital infrastructure due to take place in Tipperary in 2015 as a result of the plan. “The extension of Borrisokane Primary Care Centre is expected to be fully Operational in Q1 2016. Included in the plan […]

  • Noel Coonan TD Welcomes News of National Postcode System

    Noel Coonan TD Welcomes News of National Postcode System

    Tipperary TD Noel Coonan said the roll-out of the National Postcodes System (Eircode) will bring significant benefits to consumers, businesses and rural communities while improving the delivery of public services, including emergency services. “Every address in Ireland will be allocated a unique and memorable 7-digit postcode in mid-2015. The Department believes most residents and businesses […]

  • Coonan Urges Tipperary Business People to Attend SYOB Boot Camp

    Tipperary TD Noel Coonan is urging Tipperary business owners, entrepreneurs and people interested in starting an enterprise to attend the Start Your Own Business (SYOB) Boot Camp on Tuesday, the 9th December at the North Tipperary LEADER office in Roscrea. Led by Bernadette Farrell, ACE Training, the workshop will take place from 9:30am to 4:30pm, and participants will […]

  • Noel Coonan TD Says Outcome of Beef Crisis Talks is Positive for Tipperary Farmers

    Tipperary TD Noel Coonan has welcomed the outcome of last night’s discussion on the beef crisis and the agreement of all stakeholders to a comprehensive list of key actions.“This is good news for Tipperary beef farmers. It has been a very tough year for beef farmers and for the wider industry in Tipperary. I am […]

  • Coonan Welcomes Launch of 2014 “Be Winter Ready” Informative Campaign

    Tipperary TD Noel Coonan has welcomed today’s launch (Thursday) of the “Be Winter Ready” Informative Campaign 2014-2015; and is urging Tipperary people to visit  www.winterready.ie which advocates numerous safety practices ahead of the Winter season.Deputy Coonan said: “This important campaign advertises winter preparedness and safety for a range of venues including the home, work and roads. It […]

  • Noel Coonan TD & Minister James Reilly are First Visitors to Templemore’s New TRYS Centre

    Noel Coonan TD and the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs James Reilly were amongst the very first visitors to Templemore’s New Tipperary Regional Youth Service (TRYS) Centre on Monday. Located in the former Courthouse on Bank Street, TRYS CEO Cora Horgan introduced Minister Reilly and Deputy Coonan to the recently renovated centre and discussed projects of […]

  • Noel Coonan TD Welcomes Progress on Restoration of Speech Therapist

    Tipperary Fine Gael Deputy Noel Coonan has welcomed progress being made by the Health Service Executive in their efforts to restore a Speech Therapist for children in North Tipperary.“I have been lobbying the Health Service Executive for the restoration of a Speech Therapist for children under 6 to North Tipperary. In response, the HSE has […]

  • Noel Coonan TD Welcomes €10million for Library Extension at UL

    Tipperary Deputy Noel Coonan has warmly welcomed €10million in funding for a Library Extension at the University of Limerick which will positively affect many Tipperary students attending the college. The information was revealed to Deputy Coonan via a parliamentary question reply.“I asked the Minister for Education and Skills in a parliamentary question about plans to […]

  • Noel Coonan Raises Delay with Templemore Flood Relief Scheme

    Tipperary TD Noel Coonan received confirmation in Dáil Eireann on Wednesday that the Templemore Flood Relief Scheme remains a priority, despite delays with commencement of the scheme, and funding has been ringfenced in the OPW’s Budget for works associated with the project. Deputy Coonan raised the issue with Minister of State Simon Harris who has […]