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05 May 2018 07:45 Alan Kelly is no longer gunning for Howlin's job as leader of the Labour Party

Six months ago, the Tipperary TD put his party leader on notice. IT’S ALMOST SIX months to the day since Labour’s Alan Kelly put his party leader Brendan Howlin “on notice”. In November 2017, he said his party needed to see a “dramatic change” in how its support base responds to the party. “We would need to see a dramatic change in support for the Labour 3

02 May 2018 23:00 Baking student rises above competitors

The resurrection of a 100-year-old monks’ yeast bread recipe helped a 17-year-old student rise above his competitors to become senior winner at a student enterprise competition. Manus Heenan’s Abbey Bread is a wholemeal yeast bread mix inspired by the breads made at Mount St Joseph Abbey from 1896 up to 2010. He is a transition year student at the abbey’s 8

01 May 2018 11:01 There are going to be 87 more gardaí on Ireland's roads

87 NEW ROAD members of the Garda Roads Policing unit have been appointed throughout the country. The appointments come as part of the force’s Modernisation and Renewal Programme 2016-2021. The programme has seen the Traffic Corps unit renamed Roads Policing and today 80 gardaí and seven sergeants were appoint to units across the country. A further 63 gardaí 11

01 May 2018 00:07 Waterford camp confident Austin Gleeson will win fitness fight

Selector Eoin Murphy suggested last night that the former hurler of the year will be recovered from back and ankle issues in time for the county’s Munster Championship opener, against Clare at Cusack Park, on May 27. Team-mate Pauric Mahony is another who is concentrating on returning to full health at the moment. The Ballygunner man is carrying a finger 10

25 April 2018 01:52 8th Amendment has 70:30 support in Midlands

Offaly TD Carol Nolan said the Midlands is “overwhelmingly” opposed to next month’s referendum during a pro-life event where she did not rule out leaving Sinn Féin unless the party allows a conscience vote on future abortion legislation. Speaking at a Cherish All The Children launch at Dublin’s GPO which saw pro-life campaigners compare women who have had abortions 18

16 April 2018 14:52 Irish Defence Forces and Colombia's president among shortlisted for Tipperary Peace Award

Previous winners include Nelson Mandela and Malala Yousafzai. THE IRISH DEFENCE Forces Peacekeeping Mission and the president of Colombia are among those shortlisted for the prestigious Tipperary International Peace Award. 17-year-old Palestinian teenager Ahed Tamimi and renowned Kurdish humanitarian Dr Widad Akreyi are also shortlisted for the award 16

13 April 2018 07:52 Poll: Would you make use of an adults-only café?

Tipperary entrepreneur Alan Andrews is set to open Ireland’s first ‘adults only’ coffee shop, the Old Barracks Café. A CO TIPPERARY entrepreneur is shortly to open what is believed to be Ireland’s first ‘adults only’ café. Alan Andrews told the Limerick Leader that, in his opinion, all adults “are entitled to a bit of me time”, hence the idea for his forthcoming 8

05 April 2018 16:39 Family appeals for help finding man who has been missing since Monday

Gardaí and the Coast Guard are helping in the search to find Mal Brennan. THE FAMILY OF a man who has been missing from Co Tipperary since Monday has appealed for information. Malachy (Mal) Brennan was last seen at 6pm on Monday in the Borrisokane area. The 63-year-old is 5’6” and when last seen was wearing dark trousers, a dark jacket and a dark woolly 19

03 April 2018 08:05 Suspect device found in Tipperary village estate

Houses at Beechgrove were evacuated by Gardaí yesterday evening. GARDAÍ AND BOMB units responded to a bomb scare at an estate in a Tipperary village yesterday. The alarm was raised at 6.40pm and Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal were called to the scene at Beechgrove, Dundrum, Co Tipperary. It’s understood that houses in the area were evacuated. A security 3

29 March 2018 12:49 Gardaí issue warning after potentially harmful animal sedatives stolen in burglary

The burglary happened in the Thurles area last Saturday. GARDAÍ IN TIPPERARY have issued a warning to the public after a batch of medicines were stolen during a burglary last weekend. The burglary took place in the Thurles area last Saturday 24 March and a number of animal sedatives were stolen. Investigating gardaí are warning that these sedatives are harmful 2