Young people in South Tipperary urged to register in time for General Election

1221 young people in South Tipperary have turned 18 since last year and will have right to vote Deadline for supplementary register may be as soon as 8th February The National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) is encouraging young people in County South Tipperary to make sure they are registered to vote, given that a […]

Youth Council urges young people in South Tipperary to get on Electoral Register in time for General Election

1221 young people in South Tipperary have turned 18 since last year and will have right to vote Deadline to avoid supplementary register is 25th November –   The National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) is encouraging young people in South Tipperary to make sure they are registered to vote, given that a General Election […]

South Tipperary Lone Parent Initiative- Closure Threat – Healy

Deputy Seamus Healy has called on the Child and Family Agency to immediately reverse its decision to cease funding the South Tipperary Lone Parent Initiative. The Service, supporting parents parenting alone, was shocked to receive notice from the Child and Family Agency that funding would completely cease on Friday next the 5th of June. This […]

Tipperary Tourism: The Glen of Aherlow

The Glen of Aherlow is a scenic valley that sits between Slievenamuck and the Galtee Mountains in the western part of South Tipperary in Ireland.  The principal village in the valley is Lisvernane.  Other adjacent centres of population are the villages of Galbally on the western fringe, Kilross (on the north west front) and Bansha […]

Additional 11 South Tipperary School Building Projects get Funding under Jobs Initiative – Hayes

Eleven additional schools have been approved for Summer Works Scheme funding in South Tipperary under the Jobs Initiative launched last week. “Eleven schools in South Tipperary were this week approved for funding under the Summer Works Scheme, as Part of the Fine Gael-Labour Jobs Initiative. I am very supportive of this funding which will go […]

€1.8 million Roads Funding Includes Funding for Bansha and Golden as Part of Jobs Initiative – Hayes

South Tipperary T.D. Tom Hayes has welcomed the additional €1.8 million to be spent on South Tipperary Roads in 2011 as part of the Jobs Initiative launched this week, which includes €138,000 for Golden village and €43,500 for Grallagh, near Bansha. “As part of this week’s Jobs Initiative, County Councils across the country are being […]

€1.8 million for South Tipperary Roads as Part of Jobs Initiative – Hayes

South Tipperary T.D. Tom Hayes has welcomed the additional €1.8 million to be spent on South Tipperary Roads in 2011 as part of the Jobs Initiative launched this week. “As part of this week’s Jobs Initiative, County Councils across the country are being provided with an additional €60 million for the Regional and Local Roads […]

South Tipperary General Hospital’s Future is Assured – Hayes

South Tipperary T.D. Tom Hayes is very pleased to assure the people of South Tipperary that the future for South Tipperary General Hospital is safe. “I am very pleased to confirm that South Tipperary General Hospital’s future is assured and that the existing services are secured for the future, under a Fine Gael lead government. […]

Improvements to Opening Hours and Promotion of Cahir Abbey Following Brian Hayes’s Visit

South Tipperary T.D. Tom Hayes has welcomed a number of improvements to the access to and promotion of Cahir Abbey as a result of Brian Hayes T.D.’s visit to the Abbey. “As Minister of State in the Department of Finance, Brian Hayes T.D. is also Minister with Responsibility for the O.P.W. and I was very […]

Queen Elizabeth’s Three Day Visit to Ireland

The Queen of England and her husband Prince Philip will visit Ireland for three days on May 17.  The programme of events will include a formal welcome for the couple at the Áras from President Mary McAleese, a courtesy call to Government Buildings to meet the Taoiseach, and a State dinner at Dublin Castle.  Both […]

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