Irish people making it easy for burglars, warns AA, with over 26% hiding presents in wardrobes

The AA is warning Irish home owners to be more imaginative when it comes to hiding Christmas presents in order to reduce their risk of losing everything in the event of a burglary.   A recent AA Home Insurance study, found that over a quarter (26.6%) of Irish people hide Christmas presents in a wardrobe, […]

Festive Tractor Run & Cycle Coming To Borrisoleigh

Starting at 12.00 a.m from Bishop Quinlan Park, Borrisoleigh, the tractor run and cycle will have something to interest everyone. Chairperson of the student council Brid Ryan speaking at the launch of the event said “we are delighted to be hosting a tractor run in Borrsioleigh, there is a strong farming base in the school […]

Clean Coasts and Irish Water ask the people of Tipperary not to pour fats, oils and greases down the drain

Clean Coasts and Irish Water have launched their “Think Before You Pour” Christmas campaign to raise awareness of the damage caused by pouring fats, oils and greases from the roast turkey Christmas dinner down the kitchen sink. Fats, oils and greases (FOGs) may seem like liquid when poured but once they reach the pipes they […]

Life Fragments – An Exhibition by Tipperary’s John Keating at The Source Arts Centre Thurles

Regarded as one of Irelands best figurative painters, John Keating was born in Tipperary and studied at Crawford College of Art Cork, Trinity College Dublin, Loughborough University and the Arts Students League of New York, which he attended as a Fulbright scholar. Keating has exhibited nationally and internationally including exhibitions in the U.S.A., Italy, Spain, […]

Toyota Ireland launches the 13th Annual Dream Car Art Contest for u15s

Young Irish artists aged 15 and under can enter their submissions by February 15th, 2019, to be in with a chance to win a trip to Japan   Toyota Ireland is delighted to announce that promising Irish artists under the age of 15 can now enter submissions for the 13th annual Toyota Dream Car Art […]

Ifac are Urging Farmers to Prepare for PAYE Changes

Changes are coming to how farmers manage their employees PAYE. James Farrell, partner at Ifac’s Offaly office takes a look at what this means and how you should prepare in advance of the 1st of January   If you are a farmer with employee’s or even one employee your PAYE system is going to get a […]

Irish households and businesses need to improve their waste separation

 “That doesn’t belong there!” is the key message from the Environmental Protection Agency’s latest report which examined what Irish households and businesses are putting in their bins. The study found that; The increased use of brown bins in the past ten years has resulted in a significant reduction in organic waste (food and garden waste) […]

A faster, more efficient way to buy and sell Tipperary property: New conveyancing system takes effect from New Year’s Day 2019

Buying and selling Tipperary property is about to become more streamlined and efficient with the introduction of a new conveyancing system that requires title investigation before contracts are signed. From 1 January 2019, we will have a faster, more efficient and cost-effective system for buying and selling property in Ireland. The new ‘pre-contract investigation of […]

2018 Annual Transition Statement published by Minister Bruton

The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Richard Bruton T.D., yesterday (Tuesday 4th of December) published the 2018 Annual Transition Statement. This Statement provides an overview of climate change mitigation and adaptation policy measures adopted across government to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and to adapt to the effects of climate change. It must be […]

10 crucial employment law and HR changes to look out for in 2019

Advice by Peninsula Ireland Associate Director of Advisory Alan Hickey   From GDPR to widespread claims of workplace sexual harassment, 2018 has been a busy year in HR and employment law.   Although employers may hope for a quieter 2019, it’s looking likely that there will be a number of issues that are prevalent throughout […]

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