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Written by Nora Samworth   
Thursday, 12 November 2015 21:41
The public are been asked to assist gardai as they investigate break-in that occured at the Amber Service Station on the Bansha road in Tipperary overnight.
Items including cigarettes were stolen in the course of the burglary.
Gardai are appealing to anyone who might have witnessed any suspicious activity in that area between midnight and half past six this morning to contact 062 80670


Last Updated ( Thursday, 12 November 2015 21:48 )
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Written by Nora Samworth   
Wednesday, 11 November 2015 18:39
The Environment Minister says Tipperary landlords have nothing to fear from new rental legislation being introduced.
The measures include increasing the rent review period from one to two years - meaning anybody who faced a rent increase in 2015, will not have a rent review until 2017.
Other changes will see landlords having to give more notice if they want to change rent levels or terminate a tenancy. 
It comes as the housing crisis in Tipperary with hundreds of people waiting to be re-homed and dozens in emergency housing.
Minister Alan Kelly says these measures are aimed at unscrupulous landlords:
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Written by Nora Samworth   
Friday, 06 November 2015 18:37
Fine Gael TD for Tipperary Noel Coonan said that primary schools in Tipperary are to benefit from funding to upgrade school buildings and improve facilities for students and teachers.
€28.5 million is being made available by the Government for the payment of a Minor Works grant to primary schools around the country.
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