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The Revenue Commissioners have decided to extend the Local Property Tax deadline until the close of business on Wednesday evening. The decision was made due to the high volume of call and queries that it received this morning ahead of...
29 vacant houses in Tipperary are to be renovated as part of a €15million national investment in social housing announced by the government.  The scheme is intended to address, to some extent the housing shortage and, in...
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...
Details have been released concerning the reorganisation of the two Tipperary County Councils to facilitate the eventual merger of both Local Authorities. Two principal Local Authority centres will be based in Clonmel and Nenagh where frontline services will be available. There...
An Gárda Síochána and the Road Safety Authority have today urged drivers and riders to slow down this October Bank Holiday as new figures show that nearly 140,000 fixed charge notices have been issued for speeding from January...
Gardai at Cahir Garda station are seeking witnesses to the road traffic collision that resulted in the death of 26-year-old Nicola Kenny on Monday. Nicola was killed when the car which she shared with her mother and aunt was struck...
Gardai are appealing to the public to exercise extra care on the roads this bank holiday weekend, as six more people have died on the country’s roads so far this year when compared with the same period...
The Chairperson of Tipperary County Council has said that she hopes the need for a by-pass of Tipperary town on the N24 will soon be on the Transport Minister’s priorities list. Siobhan Ambrose was part of a delegation of Tipperary...
Gardai are seeking the public’s assistance in relation to a break-in at Kickham’s GAA club in Dundrum earlier this week.   Gardai believe a break-in occurred at some stage between Monday night and Wednesday morning. Some gardening tools used for maintenance...
A major landmark in Cashel is due go on the market next week. The Cashel Palace Hotel ceased trading just before Christmas last year and is now expected to fetch more than €2 million. Among the many reasons an investor may...
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