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Sunday, April 5, 2020
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The government has increased the level of restrictions that are to be introduced to fight the spread of Covid-19. They come into effect at midnight, Friday, March 27th and will last until April 12th.
Visitor restrictions remain in place at all residential care centres and facilities run under the auspices of the HSE/South East Community Healthcare across counties Carlow, Kilkenny, South Tipperary, Waterford, and Wexford. The action has...
The Irish Heart Foundation is concerned that some people with symptoms of heart attack and stroke are not presenting at a hospital in time due to concerns about Covid-19 and not wanting to put additional burden on...
The Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection has said it has experienced unprecedented demand for income supports since 13th March. The level of demand equates to 10 months of normal claim-load in just...
The Tipperary Volunteer Centre has said that it is available to assist any organisations that need volunteers or volunteers who want to give of their time, while advice is available for newly-formed groups. The...
Tipperary County Council has launched an online Covid-19 Hub for Tipperary on the local authority’s website, www.tipperarycoco.ie. In a statement, the council said that 'with the wealth of information available across the internet and...
A man has been arrested after gardai discovered €10,000-worth of drugs and cash at a house in Clonmel. The discovery was made as part of an ongoing operation targeting the sale and supply of...
The Tipperary man heading up one of the country’s main farming organisations has said that discussions are underway to find an alternative way of selling cattle, now that marts have been required to shut their gates.
A local crime prevention officer has reminded businesses who have closed their doors upon the government’s instructions to ensure that their security systems are effective and up-to-date. Sgt Tom O’Dwyer was reminding people that...
A local business owner has called on the government to ensure that business who have had to close to prevent the spread of Covid-19, are not left with mounting bills once the crisis abates.