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15 Dec
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Leaders’ Questions Thursday, 8 December 2016

In Dáil Éireann during Leaders’ Questions on Thursday, 8th December, I raised the issues of Homelessness with Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government Simon Coveney. With many families and individuals living only one crisis away from homelessness this is ...

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21 Dec
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Tipperary Battle of the Bands 2015 Start your Christmas with an incredible night of live music

  On Monday, 21st December 2015, five bands will compete in the Tipperary Battle of the Bands in Hayes Hotel, Thurles, Co. Tipperary. Haven, Minus One, Small Fish, Strings and Things and The Drive, will be battling it out for ...

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17 Dec
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Deputy Michael Lowry welcomes the inclusion of the Rural Practice Allowance for the GP vacancy in Bansha.  

  As predicted for the past week the HSE have finally announced that the Rural Practice Financial Incentive Support package has been agreed in respect of the GP vacancy in Bansha. This package will allow for the position to be ...

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14 Dec
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Finalists of Tipperary Battle of the Bands 2015

Tipperary Battle of the Bands 2015 Start your Christmas with an incredible night of live music     On Monday, 21st December 2015, five bands will compete in the Tipperary Battle of the Bands in Hayes Hotel, Thurles, Co. Tipperary. ...

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30 Nov
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Michael Lowry T.D. Announces Tipperary Battle of the Bands competition

CALLING ALL BANDS! WE WANT YOU!  Tipperary Battle of the Bands 2015/2016  On Monday, 21st December 2015, the ultimate Tipperary Battle of the Bands will commence in Hayes Hotel, Thurles Co. Tipperary. Being 25 years since Ireland’s ground-breaking music festival ‘The Trip to Tipp’, Michael Lowry ...

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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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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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