Tipperary residents urged to plan ahead and protect their interests during lockdown #covid19

The Law Society of Ireland is encouraging Tipperary residents to take steps to plan ahead and ensure their wishes are legally protected in the event of ill-health or death. “The Law Society has closely monitored and developed guidance on many areas of practice that remain vital to Irish people and businesses during this pandemic,” explains […]

AA Advice On Maintaining Your Car During The Lockdown

In recent days, the AA Rescue service has seen an increase in breakdown callouts, with many instances of a car fault being caused by lack of use during the current COVID-19 restrictions. To help people stay safe at home and keep their car in running order, our AA Rescue team have put together some top […]

#WhatIMiss – Ombudsman for Children asks how lockdown is affecting young people

The Ombudsman for Children’s Office (OCO) has today launched #WhatIMiss, a social media campaign inviting young people to share their views and opinions on how the Covid-19 crisis and the lockdown is affecting them. The Ombudsman for Children, Dr Niall Muldoon said: “#WhatIMiss is about hearing directly from young people. “The past few weeks have […]

Thurles actress plays lead in Lockdown – A satirical comedy about war and remembrance

Lockdown  is  a new satirical comedy from writer Gerard Humphreys. In the wake of the 1916 commemoration. Clodagh O’ Farrell, a senior captain from Army HQ recently returned from Lebanon, attempts to coordinate the military aspect of the celebration with leadership and clarity despite the objections and undermining forces of her greedy and corrupt government […]