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John Kennedy New Incoming Mayor Of North Tipperary

New Mayor J.Kennedy (Labour) with Family Friends.

Labour Party Councillor John Kennedy, Thurles, Co. Tipperary is the new incoming Mayor of North Tipperary for 2010/2011.

Mr Kennedy took over from Councillor Denis Ryan,Fine Gael, Roscrea, at the Annual Meeting of North Tipperary County Council which was held in the Tipperary Institute on Monday 28th [...]

Methinks, Mr Lowry And Horse Dealing Friends Doth Protest Too Much

This following press statement was released from the office of Michael Lowry TD at 7.38pm yesterday evening. Part of this Press Release reads as follows and I will leave our viewers to read between the lines.

Stag Hunting Bill and the “Puppy Farm” Bill

“I have given conditional support to this Government, qualified by the [...]

Colette Fitzpatrick – Expecting Her First Baby In November

TV News anchor, midday TV Hostess and Tipperary beauty Colette Fitzpatrick has announced she is expecting her first child.

The 35 year old was married quietly in her village church, Holycross Abbey, Thurles, Co.Tipperary on May 16th 2009 to Station Director Niall McDermott.

Announcing her good tidings Colette would only state : “We’re delighted with [...]

Tipperary Selection For All Ireland SFC First Round Qualifier

Tipperary’s manager John Evans has named his side for tomorrows All-Ireland SFC first round qualifier at Semple Stadium, Thurles against Laois.

Throw In: 3.30pm – Referee: Michael Collins, Cork.

There are six changes named to the Tipperary starting line-up from the team which started against Kerry in the Munster SFC quarter-final.

Ciaran McDonald and Chris [...]

Queen Elizabeth II – Welcome Home

Ireland and the UK have been EU partners since 1973 and both Ireland and the British Isles share a long interlinked history and essentially the same popular culture. It is now high time to move on from the past to a complete normalising of relations between both our countries. It is not surprising therefore that [...]

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