If you are a victim of crime, support is readily available in Thurles.
Victim Support is a community based organisation established in 1985, to help with victims of crime. The ultimate objective is to facilitate victims in availing of appropriate services and to avoid causing secondary victimisation. If a victim of crime has to attend [...]
How do you follow up on over ten years of amazing musical memories? How? Just how do they do it?
Memories are something that we all depend on, they are something that give us a sense of being, a sense of existence, a reason to keep going. Ten years of Phoenix musical memories culminated in [...]
None of the 1,000 motorists, in Ireland, summoned to court for failing to pay M50 tolls have contested their case. The vast majority of drivers have decided against engaging in a legal battle with the National Roads Authority over fines for failing to pay a €3 toll for using the motorway.
However this information begs [...]
‘Das Riiiight’, the popular Thurles born, Tipperary comedian Pat Shortt will appear in the main auditorium of the National Concert Hall this coming October.
Irish comic actor Pat will play Herod in a production of Andrew Lloyd Webber‘s Jesus Christ Superstar.
Joining him in concert are Steve Balsamo, who starred as Jesus in the London [...]
The Irish Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform Dermot Ahern TD formally opened the newly restored Thurles courthouse yesterday.
The once dilapidated and disused building has now been completely renovated at a cost of approximately €4.5m.
Before the official opening the building was blessed by His Grace Dr Dermot Clifford Roman Catholic Archbishop of [...]