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Redevelopment of Boherlahan Community Hall given the greenlight

Plans for the redevelopment of Boherlahan's Community Hall have been given the green light. Tipperary County Council has granted permission with 12 conditions to Dualla...

Winners announced for Tipperary County Council’s upcycling competition

There were more than 40 applications for Tipperary County Council’s upcycling competition, which sparked the imaginations of many. Funded by the Environment Protection Agency, the...

Clonmel Applefest gets into full swing this weekend

A festival celebrating food, heritage and nature is in full swing in Clonmel this weekend. Clonmel Applefest began in 2017 and this year returns to...

Toomevara farmer Tim Cullinan to retain IFA Presidency for another term

Toomevara farmer Tim Cullinan has been returned unopposed as IFA President for another two year term. IFA National Returning Officer Martin Stapleton has announced that...

Investigation underway into Clonmel assault

Gardaí have issued an appeal for information relating to an assault in Clonmel earlier this week. The incident happened on East Lane off Gladstone Street...

Ballingarry convent plan shot down

Proposals to redevelop a former convent building in South Tipp have been rejected. The planning application before Tipperary County Council sought to convert the former...

Morris: Government should reconsider move towards online payments methods

A Tipperary County Councillor says state bodies are not living in the real world. Independent Nenagh based representative Seamie Morris says the increasing move towards...

Cashel sunflower farm raises thousands for charity

The sunflower farm, which was open in Cashel for two weeks in August has raised more than €37,000 for two charities. The Laffan family...

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