Architect Mr Brian O’Connell told the third day of An Bord Pleanála’s hearing into the Tipperary Casino proposed for Two Mile Borris that the project “is predicated on the licensing regime” and would depend on the present Government’s decision regarding the upgrading of Casino Laws. “There’s a new economic opportunity within the [...]
Lives lost through road accidents this year.
Congratulations must go to Thurles Gardaí for highlighting Road Safety Week in Thurles, by the erection of 183 white crosses at Turtulla near Thurles Golf Club.
Each cross represents a life lost on the roads of Ireland and stands as a visual reminder of how we all [...]
Toyota Land Cruiser
Gardai yesterday successfully smashed a gang of local criminals, known to detectives and believed to have already grossed six-figure profits by the selling on of “manufactured” 4×4′s falsified from stolen and crashed vehicles.
This scam, which is known in the trade as ‘Cabbing’, (Meaning something retrieved from something else.) involves the [...]
Tipperary Institute, Thurles, Co.Tipperary
According to leading computer games programming experts, and employers, the Computer Games sector is emerging swiftly with real potential for well paid future employment.
Speaking at the 2011 Games Fleadh at the Thurles campus of the Tipperary Institute, which is one of the most important annual gatherings for future computer [...]
Irish Coursing Club (ICC)
The Irish Coursing Club (ICC) has been ordered to pay €640,000 in damages to a private firm and could face further costs after a court case relating to a disputed land deal next to its grounds.
Mr Justice Frank Clarke announced the verdict at the commercial court yesterday and is [...]