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28 Nov
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Deputy Michael Lowry has called for immediate action in relation to the current Bansha GP crisis

Lowry demands better HSE viability for GP care Rural Ireland health care under attack Deputy Michael Lowry has called for immediate action in relation to the current Bansha GP crisis. With the current General Practitioner retiring, the position to fill this ...

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24 Nov
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The refusal by the Health Service Executive to approve services at Scoil Aonghusa Cashel is causing unwarranted hardship and inconvenience.

The refusal by the Health Service Executive to approve services at Scoil Aonghusa Cashel is causing unwarranted hardship and inconvenience. The experience of parents and their teachers regarding children with special educational needs over the lifetime of this government has ...

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19 Nov
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Deputy Michael Lowry calls for the immediate approval of all TAMS II applications without delay

TAMS II Applications Must Be Approved Without Delay   “Following repeated requests from Tipperary Dairy Farmers I am calling on Minister Simon Coveney and the Department of Agriculture Food and Marine, to process applicants to the various TAMS II Schemes ...

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04 Nov
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Deputy Michael Lowry welcome the inclusion of 3 Tipperary Communities in the Eir FibrePower Competition

Deputy Michael Lowry welcome the inclusion of 3 Tipperary Communities in the Eir FibrePower Competition which will see one community in rural Ireland receive high speed broadband  infrastructure provided by Eir Wholesale. Recently I called on Communities within Tipperary to enter the Eir FibrePower competition ...

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04 Nov
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Michael Lowry demands action on the future of the Lisheen Mine

Michael Lowry demands action on the future of the Lisheen Mine. “Time to lift the prevailing veil of secrecy.”   “Following repeated requests for openness on the future plans for Lisheen Mine, the official response has been one of continuous ...

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23 Oct
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Michael Lowry TD condemns the chaos & heartbreak caused by Bank Repossessions across Tipperary

Michael Lowry TD condemns the chaos & heartbreak caused by Bank Repossessions Following a review undertaken by Deputy Michael Lowry TD; he is now aware that appearing before the Court in Nenagh on Thursday last, financial institutions sought 86 applications ...

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14 Oct
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Deputy Michael Lowry calls on the people of Tipperary to help in his re-election campaign.

Michael Lowry General Election Campaign   I wish to invite interested people in South & North Tipperary, regardless of their experience, to help in my re-election campaign. I am an experienced, Independent politician with a track record of committed service ...

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10 Oct
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Deputy Michael Lowry calls for a full reversal to the proposed opening hours changes at Cashel Library.

Deputy Michael Lowry calls for a full reversal to the proposed opening hours changes at Cashel Library. Deputy Michael Lowry has called on Tipperary Co. Council and its Chief Executive Joe MacGrath to reverse its decision to change the opening ...

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07 Oct
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DEPUTY MICHAEL LOWRY DECLARES FOR GENERAL ELECTION

DEPUTY MICHAEL LOWRY DECLARES FOR GENERAL ELECTION LOWRY CONFIRMS INTENTION TO CONTEST NEXT ELECTION. Michael Lowry, T.D. has announced his intention to contest the forthcoming General Election as an Independent Candidate for the newly formed Constituency of Tipperary.  For the ...

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01 Oct
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DEPUTY MICHAEL LOWRY APPLAUDS THE PROFESSIONALISM AND DEDICATION OF STAFF AT SOUTH TIPPERARY GENERAL HOSPITAL

  DEPUTY MICHAEL LOWRY APPLAUDS THE PROFESSIONALISM AND DEDICATION OF STAFF AT SOUTH TIPPERARY GENERAL HOSPITAL AS REVEALED IN THE REVIEW INTO GOVERNANCE OF MATERNITY SERVICES AT STGH.   The report completed by Mr. David Flory of the UK’s NHS ...

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