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03 Jul
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Free Child travel from July 6th to July 19th on Luas and other Bus Éireann Services

Free Child travel from July 6th to July 19th on Luas and other Bus Éireann Services see details below: With Child Leap Card (4-15 and 16 – 18) you can go on some great family days out this July. From ...

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02 Jul
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Michael Lowry T.D. has expressed his complete apprehension and support for the employees at the C&C facilities in Borrisoleigh and Clonmel.

The recent announcement of job losses at the C&C facilities are of great concern for the employees, their families and the wider communities of Borrisoleigh and Clonmel. In recent weeks the company has finalised plans to outsourced part of their logistics operation. ...

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30 Jun
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The Water Conservation Grant

You must register today to receive the The Water Conservation Grant of €100. This grant replaces the tax rebate and social protection measures previously announced, as it is a more straightforward means of addressing water issues for all households on ...

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26 Jun
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Nenagh General Hospital Visit

Delighted to have visited Nenagh General Hospital this week to see the new addition and refurbished facilities which are very impressive and a total transformation. The new Surgical Unit is equipped with state of the art high end technology and ...

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24 Jun
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Nenagh Is Now A Hospital For The Future.

Independent Deputy Michael Lowry has welcomed the completion of the latest phase of development at Nenagh General Hospital.  I am pleased to acknowledge the official opening of the new Surgical Day Unit on Monday 29th June. “It gives me great ...

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23 Jun
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Jimmy Doyle RIP

My sympathy to the Late Jimmy Doyle’s family daughter Janet, sons Gerry, Walter and James, sisters Hannah and Breda, brother Paddy his extended family, friends and the wider sporting community. Jimmy was very special. He was a true legend and ...

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16 Jun
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J1 Tragedy in Berkeley California

I am deeply shocked to learn of the tragic news emerging from Berkeley California that a number of Irish Citizens have lost their lives and others have been injured in an incident earlier today. For any family in Tipperary who ...

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16 Jun
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Tax Appeal Decision

It is a matter of public knowledge that the Revenue Commissioners initiated a criminal prosecution against me before the courts. They took this extremely serious action on the grounds that I had committed a criminal offence by filing incorrect tax ...

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12 Jun
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Employment in Tipperary

Very disappointing to see the Live Register in Tipperary rose during the month of May. Only recently the Government announced it had got the country back to work. These latest figures are a clear example that the Governments strategy for ...

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11 Jun
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Live Register figures increase in Tipperary

Very disappointing to see the Live Register in Tipperary rose during the month of May. Only recently the Government announced it had got the country back to work. These latest figures are a clear example that the Governments strategy for ...

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