Thurles Credit Union held their monthly Members’ Cash Draw at Credit Union House, Parnell Street, Thurles, on Saturday last, July 25th 2015.
The monthly computer generated draw choose four lucky winners, who collectively won cash prizes totalling €13,000 this month.
The first lucky cash prize winner was M/s Martina Woodlock, Cloughmartin, Thurles, Co. Tipperary who won €10,000.
Three runner-up prizes of €1,000 went respectively to M/s Mary Walsh, Kennedy Park, Thurles; Mr Paddy and M/s Catherine Fogarty, Ard Carraig, Thurles and finally Mr John Heeney, Bohernamona Road, Thurles.
Congratulations to all of the above July 2015 Thurles Credit Union winning members.
Thurles Credit Union Members’ Cash Draw.
Thurles Credit Union held its monthly Members’ Cash Draw at Credit Union House, Parnell Street on Saturday 27th June 2015.
The 1st prize winner of last month’s (June 2015) Cash Draw was M/s Helen Gleeson, Monakeeba,Thurles, Co Tipperary. Helen wins €10,000.
Pictured above, left, attending at the presentation of her winning cheque, are (Left to Right) M/s Helen Gleeson (Winner) with Mr John Fogarty (Deputy CEO).
Congratulations also to the other runners-up Mrs Eleanor and Mr Philip Taylor, Thurles Beg, Cashel; Mr Marek and Justyna Szanjner, Tramore, Co. Waterford and M/s Gemma Doyle Cussen, Waterfall, Co. Cork, all of whom won €1,000 each.
Note: The Thurles Credit Union Members cash draw is computer generated.
Our congratulations to all the winning members.
Scoil Angela the Ursuline primary school here in Thurles, Co. Tipperary are moving in force to Thurles Greyhound Stadium tomorrow night, Saturday June 20th 2015.
With the school’s annual summer holidays starting next week and led by the school’s active Parents Council, this very fine and long establishment centre of excellence will host a ‘Family Fun Race Night’, which will kick off in the stadium at 8.00 pm sharp.
Those wishing to attend tomorrow night’s superbly organised events can purchase tickets costing €10 each (between now and then), from the Arch Bar or this afternoon directly from the offices of Scoil Angela, both situated on Liberty Square in the town.
Amongst a host of events organised and taking place will be the ever popular Dog Racing, €500 Prize Draw, Music, Raffles, Face Painting, Numerous Spot Prizes, a ‘Best Dressed’ Competition,’ (Remember choose that ‘gúna’ carefully ladies) and expect one or two very special guests to make their appearance, during the course of what promises to be a most enjoyable and well planned evening event.
Proceeds raised will be used to develop already existing school playground facilities and to further upgrade the schools extensive IT learning programme.
So do please, please support, we promise you that the ‘craic’ will be mighty tomorrow night.
Thurles Cake Sale
Staff and Management of the branch of Ulster Bank Ireland Limited, [Map Ref.] latter situated here in their premises at No. 49 Liberty Square, Thurles, Co Tipperary, are organising a ‘Cake Sale’ tomorrow (Thursday June 18th 2015).
The purpose of this cake sale is to raise money for recognised registered local charities operating in the Tipperary area.
Ulster Bank Ireland Limited have given an undertaking to match ‘Euro for Euro’ all proceeds raised by local Staff and Management at the Thurles branch office.
So if you are out and about shopping in Thurles tomorrow, between the hours 9.30am and 4.30pm (including lunch time), do drop into the bank’s premises and support this truly very worthy charity fund-raising effort.
Remember:- Thursday June 18th 2015 – Ulster Bank, Thurles, Co Tipperary.
Local Thurles and Co. Tipperary TD, Mr Michael Lowry, has successfully challenged a Revenue Assessment which alleged that his tax affairs were not in order. This appeal decision comes as the former government minister faces trial on four charges of allegedly filing incorrect tax returns and a fifth count, latter relating to an alleged breach of the Ltd Companies Act. Following some two days of hearings before the Appeal Commissioners, same have resulted in official confirmation that Mr Lowry’s tax affairs were completely in order. The case against the 60-year-old alleged he had filed incorrect tax returns in 2003 and 2007.
In a statement this lunch time the local Deputy has confirmed that he is now seeking to have all charges struck out; on foot of this ruling by the Tax Appeal Commissioners.
Statement by Tipperary T.D. Mr Michael Lowry this lunchtime
“It is a matter of public knowledge that the Revenue Commissioners initiated a criminal prosecution against me before the courts. They took this extremely serious action on the grounds that I had committed a criminal offence by filing incorrect tax returns. This presumption by Revenue has now been proven to be unfounded.
I am very pleased to confirm that the Tax Appeal Commissioners have unanimously ruled that I have no tax liability and that my tax returns were correct. Two days of hearings before the Appeal Commissioners have resulted in official confirmation that my tax affairs were in order.
Garuda Ltd. T/A Streamline Enterprises was also successful in its appeal against a Revenue assessment for PAYE and PRSI tax.
From the outset the Revenue Commissioners were informed by my Legal team, my Accountants and by independent experts that their assessment was incorrect and that their assertions were grounded on false information. My professional advisers cooperated fully providing all relevant information and documentation which has disproved the allegations.
Further to the Appeal Commissioners decisive, clear-cut rejection of Revenue’s position, my legal team will now be asking the Courts to dismiss the Prosecution against me.”
Mr Lowry’s legal team had already initiated a High Court Judicial Review of the Prosecution’s case prior to today’s decision.