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Saturday 30 September 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Clonmel

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Investigation underway after several horses found dead in Clonmel
A number of animals were also seized by authorities.
Two men charged after attacking three occupants in aggravated burglary
The men – aged in their 40s and late teens – were due to appear at Clonmel District Court this morning.
'I want accountability' - Man has personal data stolen from car of Social Protection employee
The file of local man John Cash was contained in a briefcase stolen from a car park in Clonmel, Co Tipperary, in 2014.
Storm Ophelia's first responders: 'When I heard the name of the casualty, I realised it was my first cousin'
Michael Pyke died in Tipperary on Monday.
Eight-year-old Irish boy dies in the US after getting trapped under boat
The family is returning to Ireland and the funeral will be held on Thursday morning.
Paramedic 'left colleague stranded 100km from base after disagreement'
The alleged incident happened on Saturday night involving two Clonmel-based paramedics.
Ireland has one of the largest populations of white-clawed crayfish but a plague is killing them
A total kill of the population is expected as the disease kills all white-clawed crayfish.
Denis Leamy leads Clonmel to remarkable Munster three-in-a-row
A victory against Abbeyfeale saw the club claim another Junior League Division 1 title.
'We've been abandoned here': The town fighting back against the scourge of suicide
Retired detective Joe Leahy is one of many fighting back against suicide.
'I don't want any parent to experience what I did': Taxi man's crusading mission against suicide
Following his son’s death in 2008, Dan Connolly is dedicating his life to help others in a similar position.
Gardaí appeal for help finding missing Cork teenager
Natasha McNeill has been missing since Sunday.
Gardaí appeal for witnesses to fatal crash in Tipperary which left 26-year-old woman dead
Nicola Kenny had given birth the day before the crash and was travelling to Dublin to see her child.
Gardaí appeal for information on missing Tipperary woman Bridget Madigan
Bridget has been missing from Clonmel since 17 June.
After 40 years, one of Tipperary's big employers is going into liquidation
More than 130 jobs are in jeopardy.
Gardaí issue fresh photo in bid to locate missing 23-year-old
Daniel Gerrard is originally from the Bridgewater area of Tipperary.
Mattie calls in the guards after local paper labels him a Fine Gael candidate
The independent TD said it “beggars belief” that the mistake was made by The Nationalist.
Forestry minister's posters nailed to trees in Tipperary
A party spokesperson said the posters were all removed after it was brought to their attention.
Poll: Who do you think will win the All-Ireland senior club football title?
The semi-finals take place next Saturday.
Pictures: Anti-water charge protests have been taking place all over the country today
The organisers of the protests claim that 20,000 people took part in the demonstration earlier in Dublin.
Here’s the venues for this year’s AIB All-Ireland senior club semi-finals
The games have been pencilled in for February 6th and 13th.
Some 260 homes have been flooded, while 230 more are at risk
A number of roads are impassable.
One dead in Clonmel house fire
The deceased has not yet been identified.
Gardaí appeal for help in finding missing teenager
Sophie Burke was last seen last night.
Almost 100 jobs to go as SuperValu closes stores in Carlow and Tipperary
SuperValu managing director Martin Kelleher said the decision “had not been made lightly”.
Alleged sexual assault of woman (87) in all-male ward investigated
The assault is alleged to have happened last week.
Family were 'extraordinary' to sit face-to-face with men who carried out terrifying raid
Kieran Cleary said no offer of compensation has been made to help the Corcoran family with medical bills.
Tipperary raid victim: My eldest daughter was standing over me, crying ‘Daddy is dead’
The full extend of the Corcoran family’s ordeal was laid out in court today.
A grieving Tipp family shared this unexpected act of kindness from a local takeaway
“They kept a family smiling in a time of great sorrow”.
How's this for a Monday morning... Ireland's getting 200+ new jobs
Eishtec has created more than 1,000 positions in the south-east over the past four years.
'The players are raving about him, that's a good sign for an 18-year-old'
Munster have been impressed by ex-Rockwell College star Bill Johnston in pre-season.
'She was trembling': Blind cow rescued from River Suir
It’s likely she had been in the water since yesterday.
This Irish festival is quickly shedding its 'best-kept secret' status
It’s been going for 15 years.
Man in his 20s dies after car leaves the road
Gardaí in Clonmel are appealing for witnesses.
Munster legend Leamy's Clonmel miss out on magnificent double
Shannon were crowned Junior Cup champions as the Tipp club relinquished their crown.
Garage staff 'shaken' after being threatened with shotgun
The men – who were both wearing balaclavas – fled the scene by car.
Man dies after being hit by truck in Tipperary
The incident happened at 2.40pm today.
This Tipperary lad just won Movember with his Cadbury's advert parody
Yes, sir, I can boogie.
Boy severely brain damaged before birth awarded €2.75m in High Court settlement
Linda McCarthy was expecting twins and was not admitted to St Joseph’s Hospital in Clonmel despite medical concerns.
Anti-water charge protests take place around the country
Large crowds were reported at some of the demonstrations.
'Spectacularly rude': TD criticises Bulmers company for asking him to leave meeting
Mattie McGrath said that C&C Chair Sir Brian Stewart was “unprofessional” and “intimidating”.