Boots pharmacist and Eason‘s bookstores are the latest retailers to acquire units at Thurles Shopping Centre. Boots are to take a new 5,940sq ft unit with Eason’s opening a new 3,300 sq ft unit at the Thurles Shopping Centre complex, which is anchored by a newly refurbished 5,574sqm Dunnes Stores.
Other recent retail signings include [...]
The Battle of Trafalgar (21 October 1805) was a sea battle fought between the British Royal Navy and the combined fleets of the French and Spanish Navy and was the most decisive British naval victory of the Napoleonic Wars (1803–1815). Let’s now look at it from a modern day good humoured perspective.
Admiral Lord [...]
A Warm Coal Fire
With all the bad news and power wrestling we had to digest today, its nice to discover at least one ray of sunshine in our midst.
Centenary Thurles Co-Op are running, only until the end of this month or while stocks last a Fuel Extra Special Offer from their yard [...]
Speaking today following the Green Party’s announcement that it is pulling its support for Government, Deputy Noel Coonan said an Taoiseach must dissolve this hopeless Government with immediate affect and “let the fate of our country be decided by the people of the country.”
The local Fine Gael TD said: “It is the people of [...]
Statement issued by Green Party leader John Gormley
Green Party Leader John Gormley
The Green Party believes three things must be done in the coming two months to safeguard the future prosperity and independence of the Irish people.
These are:- – Producing a credible four-year plan to show we can make our Budgets balance [...]