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Written by Nora Samworth   
Monday, 14 April 2014 17:09

Employees at Tipperary Town's Excel Centre may see the number of hours they work cut in a bid to tackle the centre's financial problems. 

Speaking to Tipperary Mid West this morning, June Molony, PRO for the Excel Centre said that measures are to be put in place to deal with the debts owed by the centre. 

These measures will include customer incentives anmong others. 

However a meeting with staff is to take place on April 21st.

Last Updated ( Monday, 14 April 2014 17:10 )
 
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Written by Nora Samworth   
Saturday, 12 April 2014 16:19

Gardaí in Tipperary are  appealing for road users to take extra care when travelling now the evenings are getting longer.

With the approach of summer and the onset of brighter evenings there will be more cyclists and motorcyclists using roads,  they warn 

All road users are asked to be aware of this, to drive with care and to be mindful that Co. Tipperary's road safety record has been particularly poor so far this year. 

 
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Written by Nora Samworth   
Saturday, 12 April 2014 16:13

Owners of machinery and machinery parts are being advised to be vigilant after a number of thefts were reported to gardai in recent times.

As a result they are asking farmers, contractors and owners of yards or quarries especially in the Dundrum, Donohill, Cappawhite and Annacarty areas to ensure their property is secure. 

Gardaí are also asking machinery owners to contact them if they see any unauthorised person in their yard or if they are offered parts or machinery in the circumstances they feel unusual. 

 

 
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