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Tipperary
Wednesday, April 21, 2021
Announcement
Carphone Warehouse has announced that it to close all of its Irish outlets, with the loss of 486 jobs. Dixons Carphone, who owns the company, made the announcement that all 69 of its standalone shops, and 12 retail outlets will...
Insurance companies which cut Covid-19 supports from payouts "must return money to the state". This is according to Minister Seán Fleming, who says government payments were made to help businesses struggling through pandemic, not to reduce liability of insurers. FBD...
A Pre-Apprenticeship course for Tipperary Town is scheduled to commence on September 27th in the Rossmore Village Centre at Hennessy House. The course is 28 weeks in duration and includes 20 days of work placement – one day per week...
Cashel based TD Martin Browne and Cllr Declan Burgess have both welcomed the outcome of the National Transport Authority Review of the X8 Cork to Dublin Bus Service, currently provided by Bus Eireann. At present, the route is subject...
The Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys has announced €75 million for 24 landmark regeneration projects in rural communities across the country. Two projects in Tipperary secured funding. €2.9 million for the Thurles Market Quarter: This project...
Tourism Minister Catherine Martin has said the Government will develop a plan in two weeks' time that could see the Irish tourism sector reopen in June and July. Both Minister Martin and Tánaiste Leo Varadkar have both expressed their optimism...
Bank of Ireland is in talks to take over KBC Ireland. It comes just weeks after Ulster Bank, the third biggest bank in the country, announced its plans to exit the Irish market. The loss of KBC will mean...
Tipperary County Council have published details of the Outdoor Seating and Accessories Scheme. The focus of this scheme is to provide a level of financial support to tourism and hospitality businesses, in town centres, to purchase or upgrade equipment...
Ireland remains on track to meet its target of further easing restrictions in May and giving four out of five people their first vaccine dose by June, the Government has said. The Taoiseach and Tánaiste moved to reassure the...
According to a recent Irish Times report, Dublin city is the 5th most expensive city to rent in all of Europe. The findings report that, according to global mobility expert ECA International, the city saw an overall increase in...