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Grief and sadness amongst the community in Cloneen today

There is grief and sadness amongst the community in Cloneen, as a number of lines of inquiry are opened into the discovery of two bodies in the area. It’s believed the couple who were found on the outskirts of the South Tipperary village were undiscovered for over 18 months. Gardaí now believe the two bodies found […]
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7,321 people impacted by boil water notice in Newport

A boil water notice has been issued in Newport. Following consultation with the HSE, Irish Water and Tipperary County Council, a Boil Water Notice has been issued for the area supplied by the Newport Public Water Supply. Operational issues at the plant has led to high levels of turbidity or cloudiness in the water, with […]
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Three notable speeding offences in Tipp on National Slow Down Day

In the first nine hours of National Slow Down Day 78,911 vehicles have been monitored and Gardaí detected 374 vehicles travelling in excess of the speed limit. One driver was caught doing 140 kilometres an hour in an 80 kilometre zone on the N4 at Lucan in Dublin Locally there have been three notable detections […]
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Call for improved safety measures at Tyone Bridge in Nenagh

Concerns have been expressed at the recent increase in the number of collisions at Tyone bridge on the outskirts of Nenagh. Councillor Hughie McGrath has asked council officials to see if anything could be done to improve safety at the bridge on the R498. He says the bridge is very narrow and has been an […]
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HSE working with TUH toward provision of neurology services

The HSE is working with Tipperary University Hospital for the provision of neurology services. Taoiseach Michael Martin said that he acknowledges the need for these services at the hospital and it is actively working to secure this. Speaking in the Dáil earlier this week he said he was confident this would make a significant improvement […]
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News – Tipp FM

  • Minister says new women’s health hub is the “manifestation of the future of women’s healthcare”
    by Jody Coffey on June 24, 2022 at 5:00 pm

    The Minister for Health visited Tipperary today for the launch of the Women’s Health Hub in Nenagh Hospital. Minister Donnelly spoke about the clinic’s services for Tipperary residents. He referred to this launch as the “manifestation of the future of women’s healthcare” and confirmed that this year’s and last year’s investments in female healthcare would contribute to The post Minister says new women’s health hub is the “manifestation of the future of women’s […]

  • No future plans for a Model 3 hospital in Nenagh or Ennis
    by Jody Coffey on June 24, 2022 at 4:03 pm

    There are no future plans for a Model 3 hospital in Nenagh or Ennis. According to the Minister for Health today  who was in Nenagh for the opening of the Women’s Health hub at Nenagh Hospital. Minister Stephen Donnelly says that they will remain as Model 2 hospitals due to a lack of specialities and The post No future plans for a Model 3 hospital in Nenagh or Ennis appeared first on Tipp FM.

  • Two more fines for vehicles parked in disability bays
    by Jody Coffey on June 24, 2022 at 1:34 pm

    The Clonmel Community Policing mountain bike patrol detected two vehicles parked in a disability bay yesterday with no permits. This comes after the Clonmel Gardaí on patrol earlier this month had to fine eight drivers for parking on footpaths and disabled bays in the town centre. Fixed Charge Notices were issued for both vehicles in The post Two more fines for vehicles parked in disability bays appeared first on Tipp FM.

  • Community visual artwork exhibit on the Thurles Sugar Factory open
    by Sheila Naughton on June 24, 2022 at 1:20 pm

    A community visual artwork exhibit on the Thurles Sugar Factory has opened. It is based on the business which was and is central to much of the development of the area and features an archive of audio tapes and images related to the factory. The recordings have been made by Archivist and Artist Eddie Kenehan The post Community visual artwork exhibit on the Thurles Sugar Factory open appeared first on Tipp FM.

  • New Bishop elected for Cashel, Ferns & Ossory
    by Sheila Naughton on June 24, 2022 at 1:15 pm

    A New Bishop has been elected for Cashel, Ferns & Ossory. Adrian Wilkinson, the now former Archdeacon of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, will succeed the Reverend Michael Burrows in the local dioceses. He was ordained in 1994 and has been Archdeacon in Cork since 2014 and has also served on the Governing Council of the The post New Bishop elected for Cashel, Ferns & Ossory appeared first on Tipp FM.

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