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An Bord Pleanála upholds decision to refuse permission for Cahir development

An Bord Pleanala has upheld a decision by Tipperary County Council to refuse permission for a development in Cahir. The plans for the Abbey Street...

Tipperary farmers receive €131 million in milk payments from Glanbia in 2020

Glanbia paid Tipperary farmers €131 million for milk in 2020. That was part of the company's almost €1.1 billion in milk payments to farmers nationwide...

Tipp restauranteurs facing major recruitment problems

A Tipperary restaurant owner describes as "frightening" the potential recruitment challenges that lie ahead when the hospitality sector eventually reopens. Joe Mulqueen of Andy's Gastropub...

Clonmel records lowest Covid rate in Tipp over the last fortnight

South Tipperary has experienced relatively low levels of Covid-19 infection over the last fortnight. Latest figures reveal that the Clonmel Local Electoral Area had 11...

Anger at rubbish left behind following Nenagh drinking party

Concerns have been raised about drinking parties in the Nenagh area. It follows reports that up to 40 people gathered recently and left a large...

Browne highlights waiting lists for speech and language therapy

Urgent action is required to tackle lengthy waiting lists for an initial assessment for speech and language therapy, according to a Tipperary TD. Sinn Féin's...

Plans for Nenagh Castlefest to return in September

Organisers of the Castlefest music and arts festival in Nenagh are making early plans for its return in September. After being forced to cancel the...

Efforts drive on to upgrade N24 through Tipp

The push for an upgrade of a section of the N24 through Tipperary continues tomorrow at a meeting with Transport Minister Eamon Ryan. Local Oireachtas...

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