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One of the first two White-tailed Eagles to fledge successfully from a nest in co Clare in 2013 has been found dead in Tipperary.  According to Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, the young male eagle...
The cabinet has today signed off on granting a posthumous pardon to Tipperary man Harry Gleeson who was wrongly hanged for the 1940 murder of Mary ‘Moll’ McCarthy. Ms McCarthy was found dead in a field in...
Sinn Fein Councillor Seamus Morris has today said that the problem he finds within the local Sinn Fein organisation is to be found at many of the party’s other local organisations across the country. Cllr Morris was...
The discovery of over 80 gold coins in one of the oldest pubs in Carrick on Suir has been described as one of the most significant archaeological finds in recent times. The hoard was unearthed on January...
A community policing event for the Tipperary Garda Division is scheduled for Thursday, January 15th at St Patrick's College Thurles The event will see senior Gardaí and representatives from all five Garda divisions involved in community policing attend. Members of the...
The Regional Group of Independent TDs has told Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil that they are willing to engage in 'meaningful talks' on government formation, but 'only as an equal partner'. In a statement after talks on Monday, Independent TD...
Gardai have confirmed that the man and child who were killed in a collision in Pallasgreen this morning had left a house in Oola where an incident occurred during which a female received a number of injuries. The collision between...
Gardai in Tipperary town are reminding the public to take care this weekend as hallowe'en approaches. Bonfires and firecrackers are likely to become more common at this time of the year and gardai are...
Aiken promotions today announced that all five of the planned Garth Brooks concerts have been cancelled.  In a statement issued this afternoon the promoters said that it is with great regret that all five concerts at Croke...
South Tipperary Independant TD Mattie McGrath has claimed that the Governments proposals to shift responsibility for paying sick pay from the State to employers for the first four weeks of absence will have disastrous consequences in terms of...