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Tipperary
Friday, May 14, 2021
Announcement
An Taisce has confirmed its intention to seek leave to appeal the recent decision of the High Court dismissing its challenge against the decision of An Bord Pleanála to grant planning permission for the development of a cheese processing...
The Health and Safety Authority (HSA) is urging all farmers and contractors to carefully plan their work and complete their risk assessments as the busy silage season gets underway. It comes as the latest data shows tractors, vehicles and farm...
Bord na Móna is proposing to develop a wind farm within Littleton Bog, located in County Tipperary.  The proposed development will be known as Littleton Wind Farm. Littleton bog is adjacent to the communities of Gortnahoe, Littleton, New Birmingham, Two...
John Keane becomes the 38th president of Macra na Feirme and the fourth Tipperary Macra member to serve in the role, following in the footsteps of T.J. Maher, Seamus Hayes and P.J Meagher. Of a total poll of 117...
The Council’s Severe Weather Team meet daily to monitor the Met Eireann weather briefings.Yellow warning for snow and ice remains in place until tomorrow at 8am with a possible yellow warning for rain and wind for Friday and the...
Locals and members of Ballykisteen Golf Club, just outside Tipperary Town, have expressed their bitter disappointment over the selling of the Golf Course at the site of The Great National Ballykisteen Hotel & Golf Resort, near Limerick Junction. According...
Farmers face significantly higher water bills next year when Irish Water introduces its new metered water charging system. The charges will come into force on 1 May 2021. Up until now each county council set water charges, but the...
The world’s largest mink producer, Denmark, says it plans to cull more than 15 million of the animals, due to fears that a Covid-19 mutation moving from mink to humans could jeopardise future vaccines. The mutated virus in mink may...
Cork County Council has confirmed that extensive tidal flooding has occurred along the coastline this morning. The storm surge coupled with spring tides have been the major contributory factors. A southerly wind direction and high wind speeds coinciding with...
The Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers Association (ICSA) has said that the Beef Taskforce, will be ‘completely lost if it fails to tackle the crisis within the beef sector as a result of Covid-19’. The organisation’s beef chair, Edmund Graham...