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Tipperary
Monday, March 1, 2021
Announcement
Co. Tipperary farmers are being invited to two grower information meetings in Kilkenny and Cork as part of a programme to redevelop the Irish sugar industry. According to Fine Gael TD Noel Coonan the meetings will brief growers on the...
The Justice Minister Alan Shatter has said that he does not favour the proposed Tipperary Venue casino complex. He made the comment as he revealed some details of the new gambling legislation to be brought in next year. He said modest-sized...
A Press Release on behalf of three major Tipperary Town organisations has declared that the groups are opposed to Tipperary County Council's plans for the upgrading of the N24 and N74 roads in Tipperary Town. The proposed project was...
An Post is asking households and businesses to ensure their disinfection routine includes their letterbox, doorbell and exterior door handles. The appeal has been made to ensure the health and safety of staff who endeavour to ensure that Ireland’s supply...
Tipperary town is coming to terms with the news that as many as 70 jobs, both direct and indirect, have been lost at the McDonald mushroom factory in Tipperary which has gone into receivership. Staff were informed of the decision...
Three Tipperary Town organisations; March4Tipp, Jobs4Tipp and Tipperary Town Chamber of Commerce, have released a press statement in relation to the proposed N24/N74 roadworks for Tipperary Town. An unprecedented number of submissions were made on the planned roadworks in...
Sinn Féin TD for Tipperary, Martin Browne, has called on all TDs to support his party's Bill to end insurance the insurance rip-off, which will be debated in the Dáil on Wednesday. The Bill will reduce insurance prices by...
A training and career development company based in Cashel, Co Tipperary has won a contract from FAS to provide training for unemployed people. The company Future People Limited, will now have to help 60 people they train find...
It has emerged that businesses in Co Tipperary are among the slowest in the country to pay other businesses they owe money to. On average, it took Irish businesses just over 23 days beyond invoice terms to pay their bills...
The number of submissions received by Eirgrid over its plans to install a network of large pylons across the country had run into thousands by the time its period of public consultation ended last night. The State utility which is...