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Locals who are concerned at preparations to divert traffic from Davitt St through a roundabout at the junction of O’Brien St and O’Connell Road have called on the local authority to provide more clarity on their plans.The...
The Health Minister Leo Varadkar has confirmed the government's commitment to a number of capital projects for Tipperary.  Yesterday the minister launched the 2015 HSE Service Plan.  Among the measures announced were increases in...
A Co Tipperary mother and son were injured yesterday when a metal drain pipe became detached from a building hitting them both. The incident happened on Silver St in Nenagh just after 4 pm and resulted in the mother sustaining...
A commitment has been given that Tipperary town’s Main St will be in a suitable condition for the arrival of the An Post Ras on May 18th. Responding to a question on the matter at today’s meeting of the Tipperary...
Tipperary County Council has issued a statement in response to the demands made of it during the recent March4Tipp demonstration that attracted as many as 5,000 people to the streets of Tipperary town. In that statement, the council highlights how...
Mary McAleese, former president of Ireland, and her husband Senator Martin McAleese have been announced as the joint recipients of the 2011 Tipperary International Peace Award. The award was in recognition of the work that they both carried out in...
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...
A hero’s welcome has been afforded to Ireland’s Special Olympics team who arrived back in Dublin today. 88 sports stars arrived from Los Angeles this morning sporting a total of 82 medals.   Among the...
€874,225 is to be spent on improvements to the water supply and also on the small sewage scheme in Tipperary. €449,500 will be spent on the small sewage scheme in Dundrum, Lisvernane and Kilsheelan,...
Tributes have been paid to the RTÉ broadcaster and journalist Bill O’Herlihy who passed away peacefully at his home this morning.  The Cork native retired last summer after a career spanning 49 years which included fronting RTÉ’s...
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