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St. Mary’s Hurling Club Notes 17.01.17

January 17, 2017

Committee News The first meeting of 2017 returned Michael Ryan and Tony Shelley as mentors to the Intermediate team along with Peter Egan and Billy Carroll. We wish the lads well for the season ahead. The Juvenile officers, Brendan Cagney and Paddy Bond were returned unopposed with both gentlemen hoping to build on a successful […]

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INMO Executive Council defers decision on Industrial Action as talks with Management Continue

January 17, 2017

–              Council will reconvene on Monday, January 30 to review progress The Executive Council of the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) will hold a special meeting, on Monday, January 30, 2017, to review progress on discussions, with management, on the critical issues of staffing/recruitment/ retention. The Executive Council noted that management have agreed to […]

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Happy New Year from GIY Clonmel

January 17, 2017

A Happy New Year to one and all. I trust one of your resolutions has been to grow more in 2017. With that in mind, we will be starting up our monthly meetings on 8th February and hope to include something for everyone during the course of the year. If you have any suggestions for […]

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“Minister’s attack on ‘Baptism Rule’ is a transparent diversionary tactic” Mattie McGrath

January 17, 2017

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has heavily criticised Fine Gael Minister for Education Richard Bruton for continuing what he has described as the failed legacy of the Labour Party’s assault on denominational schools. Deputy McGrath was speaking after the Minister attended a conference organised by the pressure group Equate which seeks to remove the right of […]

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Do you Enjoy or Detest the Grocery Shop?

January 17, 2017

We’re currently looking for people in Clonmel area to take part in a research video for a leading Supermarket. The successful applicants will simply be required to fill a trolley with their regular groceries. We want to find people with opinions about the quality, the price and their experience of shopping in this supermarket. We […]

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€10m investment in the bottling facility at the Bulmers plant in Clonmel

January 17, 2017

The Mayor of Clonmel Borough District, Cllr Andy Moloney has welcomed this weekends announcement of a €10m investment in the bottling facility at the Bulmers plant in Clonmel. This will allow the company compete in the UK market more effectively as well as servicing the irish Market from the Clonmel site. This is a big […]

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“Bulmers Clonmel expansion is brilliant news for the town and region” Mattie McGrath

January 16, 2017

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has expressed his delight at the news that the C&C Group behind Bulmers cider is set to commit a significant multi-million euro investment in its Annerville site in Clonmel. Deputy McGrath went on to say that the news will end what he called a prolonged period of uncertainty around the plant’s […]

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Family Carers Ireland receive cheque from Clonmel Athletics Annual Christmas Run 2016

January 16, 2017

Family Carers Ireland ( Clonmel Branch ) were delighted to receive a cheque for €665.00 from Clonmel Athletics which was the proceeds from their Annual Christmas Run. FCI Manager Richie Molloy said this cheque was very welcome and would go towards the Five Steps To Living Well With Dementia Project. L/r Emma O Brien ( […]

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