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South Tipperary Independant grouping, the Workers' and Unemployed Action Group is to hold a protest outside Clonmel Town Hall as the Labour Party marks its 100th anniversary. The event, which will take place on...
Extracting water from Lough Derg is involved in two of four options to deal with the inadequate water supply in Dublin. Of the four options published by Irish Water today, three involve taking water from the Shannon,...
Clonmel Councillor Siobhan Ambrose and Roscrea Councillor Michael Smith have both been selected to run in the upcoming general election for Fianna Fail, alongside Cllr Jackie Cahill. The decision was made following a meeting of the party’s...
A garda who is originally from Co Tipperary and who was injured in a shooting in the US is expected to undergo surgery to remove a bullet lodged in his back. 32 year-old garda...
Senior officials at the UL group of hospitals, which includes Nenagh General have enacted an escalation plan to deal with extra patients waiting on trolleys. There are 55 people waiting for a bed in Dooradoyle, the highest...
The N24 has been closed in both directions following a serious road traffic collision near Dromkeen earlier. An oil truck and a car were involved in the crash on the Tipperary-Limerick road. Emergency services are at the scene. Diversions are in...
The management of South Tipperary General Hospital has issued a media statement advising those who wish to visit family or friends at the hospital of the current visiting arrangements. The statement is as follows... To allow our patients time to receive...
The population of Co. Tipperary grew by 1,687 or 1.1% between 2011 and April of this year, according to the first figures to emerge from Census 2016. Figures released from the CSO show that nationally the population was 4,757,976 on...
A Co Tipperary TD has called on the Commission for Communications Regulations to investigate what he terms as the neglect of line infrastructure under the supervision and contol of Eircom. Deputy McGrath was speaking after recieving a...
The latest JNLR report into radio listenership has been released and it shows that radio remains as popular as ever with 85% of all adults nationwide tuning in every day!  Irish audiences listen to almost 4 hours of radio...
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