Irish Water Restores Production At Fethard Water Treatment Plant

Irish Water has completed an intensive cleaning of Fethard Water Treatment Plant following a third party fuel spill in the River Anner on the weekend of March 3-4 and production at the plant has now been restored.   However, a Do Not Drink notice will remain in place until further notice as a programme of sampling and […]

Tipperary Energy Agency Celebrates 20th Anniversary

Tipperary Energy Agency is delighted to announce its 20th year in business in 2018.  The agency was established in 1998 as an independent social enterprise and was set up by Tipperary County Council and Tipperary Institute, now LIT Tipperary.  From humble beginnings with just one employee, the agency is now a strong team of 24, and […]

Irish Water plan to respond to third party fuel spill on River Anner

 Irish Water and Tipperary County Council are working to return a supply of mains water to the majority of customers on the Fethard Regional Water Supply for sanitary use only over the coming days. The mains water will be supplied from alternative sources, other than the River Anner.   It is important to note that […]

Fun and Adventure as Lough Derg Blueway Opens for Business

  The Lough Derg Blueway was officially launched on Tuesday 6th March 2018 at a special ceremony in Killaloe in the presence of providers of commercial and recreation service providers around Lough Derg. The launch of the initiative is the culmination of a successful partnership between Clare, Tipperary and Galway County Councils, the Lough Derg Marketing Group […]

Do Not Drink notice issued for Fethard Public Water Supply

Due to hydrocarbon contamination of the source supplying the Fethard Public Water Supply, Irish Water and Tipperary County Council, in consultation with the HSE, have issued a Do Not Drink notice for customers supplied by this scheme.   This water should not be used for drinking, drinks made with water, food preparation, washing or cooking […]

Allocation Towards Local Improvement Scheme 2018 Welcomed – Martin Lonergan

Independent Public Representatives Deputy Mattie McGrath and Councillors Martin Lonergan and Richie Molloy have welcomed the allocation of funding towards the Local Improvement Scheme 2018 for Tipperary County Council.   A total of €625,582 has been allocated towards the Local Improvement Scheme 2018 in Tipperary which applies to non-public accommodation roads (farm roads and certain […]

Applications invited for Community Involvement Scheme (CIS) 2018

Tipperary County Council invites applications for the above scheme from groups of local residents. The scheme will apply to local public roads of the following types – low traffic volume, minor and cul-de-sac, subject to adequate funding being made available. Further details and application forms are available from Roads Section, Tipperary County Council, Civic Offices, […]

Hoax Phonecall Report- Tipperary County Council Year Book

Tipperary County Council has issued a warning about hoax calls regarding a Year Book. The following information was posted on the council website:- It has come to our attention that a call was made to a business in the Clonmel area from “ Tom “ offering advertising to them in the Council s Yearbook at […]

Status Yellow Weather Warning From 4pm 7/12 To 4pm 08/12/17 – Tipperary County Council is advising all road users to take extra care

Tipperary County Council is advising all road users to take extra care when using the roads as Met Éireann has issued a yellow weather warning for scattered snow showers and icy conditions from 4pm today until 4pm on Friday. Slight to moderate accumulations of snow are possible with up to 3cm in parts. Icy stretches […]

Tipperary artists exhibition at South Tipperary Arts Centre

To finish out a successful 21st year for South Tipperary Arts Centre, ‘The Art of the Heart’, a group exhibition of Tipperary artists, which is curated by Denise Meagher, will be opened by Tipperary County Council Cathaoirleach Cllr Phyll Bugler at the Arts Centre on Nelson St this Friday 1st December at 5pm. All are […]

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