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Wednesday, October 16, 2019
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The Department of Justice has been accused of treating the people of Co Tipperary with disrespect. The charge was made by Tipperary Labour TD Alan Kelly who had been scheduled to put a question...
A number of councillors are to meet with the Chief Executive of the county council, Joe McGrath, as well as with the Head of Finance, Liam McCarthy, to see if there is any way in which businesses...
Minister Damien English has announced the package of measures that are being provided to support the revitalisation of Tipperary town. The Minister has highlighted how the three-year programme will begin with a ‘Collaborative Town Centre Health Check’....
Fianna Fail’s Roger Kennedy, who retained his seat on in the Cashel/Tipperary LEA has told Tipp Mid West that low voter turnout and the re-election of the existing councillors, shows that the public wants to pass judgement...
March4Tipp’s newly-elected county councillor has said that she is relishing the prospect of working from inside the council and trying to effect change.Speaking after she secured a place in the 7-seat Cashel/Tipperary LEA, Annemarie Ryan said that...
Tony Black (SF) and Annemarie Ryan (March4Tipp) have been elected in the Cashel/Tipperary LEA.This brings to an end the count for the area.It also brings to an end Martin Browne’s time on the local authority as a...
Fianna Fáil’s Sean Ryan and Jim Ryan (Ind.) have joined Micheal Lowry (Ind.), Peter Ryan (FG) and Seamus Hanafin (FF) to have been elected to the five-seat Thurles LEA.
Michael Murphy (FG), Siobhán Ambrose (FF), Pat English (WUA,) Garret Ahern (FG), Richie Molloy (Non-Party) and Niall Dennehy (Non-Party) have been elected to the six-seater.
FF’s Micheál Anglim has been elected.This brings to an end the process for the four-seat Cahir LEA.The successful candidates are as follows: Andy Moloney (Ind)Máirín McGrath (Ind)Marie Murphy (FG)Micheál Anglim (FF)
Polling at the Referendum on the proposal for the amendment of the Constitution contained in the Thirty-eighth Amendment of the Constitution (Dissolution of Marriage) Bill 2016 took place on Friday 24th May 2019. This coincided with the...
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