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Co. Tipperary is to share in a fund of €101 million which is being divided among counties that do not generate enough income through Local Property Tax. The only county to require more money from the so-called equalisation fund is...
People in county Tipperary are to be asked what patron bodies they would like to see running their schools. The Department of Education has announced that it is to extend a survey on school...
A County Tipperary Councillor has written to the Justice Minister asking about the future of garda stations across  the county. Nenagh based councillor John Carroll has said today that in his opinion the confirmation by Minister...
A taskforce with the purpose of addressing unemployment in Tipperary town is to be set up. Recent CSO figures have revealed that at the end of December 2016, 1256 people in Tipperary town were on the Live...
Gardaí have today advised householders to take steps to protect their property with the evenings getting longer as burglaries typically increase by 25% during winter. While the rate of burglaries has reduced over the...
The search for missing Clonmel man, Christopher Cronin, has intensified with a nationwide Garda appeal and South Tipperary Civil Defence launching searches along the River Suir today.  The coastguard helicopter based in Waterford, Rescue 117, joined the search this...
The special Criminal Court has found Wayne Dunden and Nathan Kileen guilty of the murder of Limerick Businessman Roy Collins in the city five years ago. Mr Collins died after being shot in the chest at the...
The Turf Club has announced Fairyhouse meeting on Wednesday, June 1st has been cancelled following Monday's course inspection and will be transferred to Tipperary Racecourse. The inspection revealed that the ground at Fairyhouse Racecourse had not...
The St Patrick’s Day parade in Dublin has been cancelled. The decision was made at the meeting of the Cabinet sub-committee dealing with the coronavirus. The decision was made shortly after...
Most Irish towns and cities are now cleaner than the European average according to the latest IBAL anti litter report. More than 80% of Ireland's towns are as clean as the European average with...