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Tipperary
Monday, October 26, 2020
Announcement
Labour’s Alan Kelly has introduced a Bill which he says is aimed at boosting craft beer tourism in Ireland. The Tipperary TD says the Intoxicating Liquor (Breweries and Distilleries) Bill 2016, would allow breweries, microbreweries, cider makers and distilleries to...
An application has been lodged under the Regional Enterprise Fund to upgrade the Tipperary Technology Park building in Tipp town. This was confirmed by the Director of Services for Economic Development and Enterprise with...
The expansion of a nationwide parcel delivery service has been weelcomed as a boost for its Tipperary Town depot. DPD announced that it is to expand its centre in Athlone with the creation of 50 jobs over the next 18...
100 new jobs are to be created at the old C&C plant in Borrisoleigh as Oscar Wilde Water - who purchased the site prepares to begin production there. The site was closed in 2016 with the loss of more than...
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...
Confirmation that 280 jobs are to be created in Cashel has been widely welcomed today. This morning, the future of the former Johnson and Johnson factory was finally revealed when it was announced that US pharmaceutical company Amneal is basing...
Workers need to be consulted with following the announcement that the Greenvale plant in Thurles is to close, with operations being transferred to Limerick. That is the call being made by Independent TD Michael Lowry. The decision relating to the Greenvale...
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...
Tipperary hurler Lar Corbett and international boxing star Matthew Macklin have set their sights on purchasing Hayes Hotel in Thurles – the birthplace of the GAA.   Hayes Hotel went into receivership last April but remains...
Five new jobs have been created in the food, tourism and hospitality sectors in Tipperary since the reduced VAT rate of 9% was introduced in July 2011. The figures have been published by the Restaurant Association of Ireland. On a national...