Chamber Newsletter February 22nd 2018

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“Latest fiasco at Citizens Assembly confirms it unrepresentative bias” Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has said that the latest recruitment fiasco concerning the recruitment of members for the Citizens Assembly confirms that the entire process was an utter fraud. Deputy McGrath was speaking after the Chair of the Assembly, Justice Mary Laffoy confirmed that seven of the new… [more]

“Latest fiasco at Citizens Assembly confirms it unrepresentative bias” Mattie McGrath “Latest fiasco at Citizens Assembly confirms it unrepresentative bias” Mattie McGrath

Registration open for participation in St Patrick’s Day Parade 2018

Dear Parade Applicant:   The Clonmel St. Patrick’s Day Parade start’s at 3.00pm sharp on Saturday March 17th, 2018.     Once again, the gathering area for participants for the parade is Cantwell St (Upper Irishtown).  The parade starts at the junction of Cantwell St and proceeds… [more]

Registration open for participation in St Patrick’s Day Parade 2018 Registration open for participation in St Patrick's Day Parade 2018

Minister of State Jim Daly T.D. visits Clonmel

The visit on Tuesday 20th February of Minister of State at the Department of Health with special responsibility for Mental Health and Older People, Jim Daly organised by Save Our Acute Hospital Services Committee to reinstate acute inpatient psychiatric beds to replace beds lost by the closure of St.… [more]

Minister of State Jim Daly T.D. visits Clonmel Minister of State Jim Daly T.D. visits Clonmel

“Taoiseach telling families to calm down is an insulting reply to PTSB mortgage crisis” Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on the Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, to provide significantly more robust guarantees for the protection of families that are likely to be affected by the Permanent TSB mortgage crisis. Deputy McGrath was speaking after the Taoiseach attempted during Leaders Questions… [more]

“Taoiseach telling families to calm down is an insulting reply to PTSB mortgage crisis” Mattie McGrath “Taoiseach telling families to calm down is an insulting reply to PTSB mortgage crisis” Mattie McGrath

Internet safety is a concern for all parents – Information Evening

On Wednesday night 21st February, The Presentation Secondary School's Parents Council have organised an Information Evening on "Internet Safety" at 7pm in the Assembly hall. The talk is open to parents/carers from all local secondary & primary schools. Dr Maureen Griffin will provide advice… [more]

Internet safety is a concern for all parents – Information Evening Internet safety is a concern for all parents - Information Evening

Chamber Newsletter February 22nd 2018

February 22, 2018

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“Latest fiasco at Citizens Assembly confirms it unrepresentative bias” Mattie McGrath

February 22, 2018

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has said that the latest recruitment fiasco concerning the recruitment of members for the Citizens Assembly confirms that the entire process was an utter fraud. Deputy McGrath was speaking after the Chair of the Assembly, Justice Mary Laffoy confirmed that seven of the new members “had been recruited in a manner […]

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Registration open for participation in St Patrick’s Day Parade 2018

February 21, 2018

Dear Parade Applicant:   The Clonmel St. Patrick’s Day Parade start’s at 3.00pm sharp on Saturday March 17th, 2018.     Once again, the gathering area for participants for the parade is Cantwell St (Upper Irishtown).  The parade starts at the junction of Cantwell St and proceeds east on to Irishtown, under the Westgate into […]

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Minister of State Jim Daly T.D. visits Clonmel

February 21, 2018

The visit on Tuesday 20th February of Minister of State at the Department of Health with special responsibility for Mental Health and Older People, Jim Daly organised by Save Our Acute Hospital Services Committee to reinstate acute inpatient psychiatric beds to replace beds lost by the closure of St. Michael’s Unit. St. Michael’s closed in […]

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“Taoiseach telling families to calm down is an insulting reply to PTSB mortgage crisis” Mattie McGrath

February 21, 2018

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on the Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, to provide significantly more robust guarantees for the protection of families that are likely to be affected by the Permanent TSB mortgage crisis. Deputy McGrath was speaking after the Taoiseach attempted during Leaders Questions to insist that concerns were being exaggerated around the possible […]

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Internet safety is a concern for all parents – Information Evening

February 20, 2018

On Wednesday night 21st February, The Presentation Secondary School’s Parents Council have organised an Information Evening on “Internet Safety” at 7pm in the Assembly hall. The talk is open to parents/carers from all local secondary & primary schools. Dr Maureen Griffin will provide advice and guidance for parents/carers in safegaurding their children online. Dr Maureen […]

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Clonmel World Music Proudly Presents: Rob Heron & the Tea Pad Orchestra (Newcastle, UK)

February 20, 2018

Clonmel World Music is back for its second show of 2018, following the huge success of its Scullion show in January, and they are delighted to welcome one of the best UK Roots bands back to Clonmel. Rob Heron and the Tea Pad Orchestra are one of the hardest working bands in the UK roots circuit, […]

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The Save Our Acute Hospital Services Committee says Thanks!

February 19, 2018

The recent approval of new developments at South Tipperary General Hospital, including a 40-bed modular unit, capital investment for a 50-bed new-construct unit and improved out-patient facilities proves once again that people power works. The Save Our Acute Hospital Services Committee welcomes developments at the hospital and commends and thanks all those who played a […]

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