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Wednesday 29 March 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Clonmel

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# Superquinn
Pic: Superquinn sign is taken down to be replaced by SuperValu
# Wild Wild Weather
WATCH: Lightning strikes church in Clonmel
# shotgun seizure
Man arrested as loaded shotgun and knife seized in Tipperary
The seizure was made when gardaí stopped a van in Fethard following reports of suspicious activity.
# alice strain
Pupils perform tearful musical tribute to late teacher
The performance for RTÉ’s Big Music Week was described as “very uplifting” by family in attendance. You can listen to it here..
# Drugs
Drugs worth €73,000 found in woodland outside Clonmel
The drugs were found during a planned search by officers investigating organised criminal activity in Co Tipperary.
# Missing
Gardaí appeal for information on Nigerian woman missing since 2010
47-year-old Charity Ejoh went missing from Tipperary on 4 February that year.
# Roads
Man in his 20s dies in overnight crash in Tipperary
The man was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash at Lower Ballylynch in Carrick-on-Suir.
# Jobswatch
Medical devices company Abbott to cut 200 jobs in Tipperary
The company is seeking voluntary redundancies from its workforce of 1,400 people in Clonmel.
# Censure
Dáil votes to censure Mattie McGrath over abuse of parliamentary privilege
The matter relates to comments the independent TD made during a Dáil debate last June about the former mayor of Clonmel who is an abuse victim.
# THE rankings
IBAL Litter League 2012: Where did your town finish?
Kilkenny has been named Ireland’s most litter-free town by Irish Business Against Litter. Did your town feature highly?
# Courts
Shane Rossiter murder: Man, 29, due in court today
The man is one of three who were arrested last Tuesday, and will appear before Clonmel District Court at lunchtime.
# shane rossiter
Seven people arrested in connection with Shane Rossiter murder
Five men and two women were arrested in the Tipperary area today.
# going going gone
Entire street in Tipperary among lots for sale at distressed property auction
The latest Allsop Space distressed property auction takes place in the Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin today, the day before the Budget.
# Property
Next distressed property auction includes entire street in Tipperary
All 18 units of Market Place in Clonmel will be sold in a single lot with a reserve price of €900,000.
# Shooting
Man dead after shooting in Tipperary village
Gardaí have confirmed that the shooting happened at around 6.45am this morning.
# Water
Clonmel boil notice lifted
# water alert
Drinking water in Clontarf 'reaching safe levels' but warnings still in place
Meanwhile, some Tipperary residents will be boiling their water for another 24 hours after a possible contamination.
# Contaminated
Possible contamination leads to water restrictions in Tipperary
Residents of Clonmel have been issued with a boil notice, while certain restrictions are still in place across Dublin as well.
# Travel
Carlow, Nenagh, Castlebar, and Kilkenny to be among 'active travel towns'
The government has given €4.5 million to nearly a dozen infrastructure projects which will aim to get more people cycling and walking in towns across the country.
# On your bike
Brammeier puts Olympic disappointment aside to win third consecutive nationals title
The Omega Pharma Quick Step rider beat Nicolas Roche by five seconds in Clonmel yesterday.
Peter Creedon handed Premier football job
The West Cork man takes over from John Evans, who stepped recently in the wake of the Premier’s defeat to Sligo.
# Assault
Man held by gardaí after serious assault in Thurles
A 22-year-old man was left in critical condition after an assault in the early hours of Sunday morning in Tipperary.
# Barracks
Renting new bases to replace barracks will save €1million – Shatter
The Minister said leasing separate training facilities in towns whose barracks shut down would cut costs significantly.
# Barracks
Government looking for premises... in town where army barracks was closed
Alan Shatter has confirmed his department is advertising to rent another property in Cavan, whose barracks was slated for closure last year.
# Courts
Traveller loses legal case over right to attend local school
The teenager’s mother had argued that giving priority enrolment to sons of past pupils was indirect discrimination against Travellers.
# Investigation
Two charged over Clonmel murder
Two men are to appear before a Dungarvan court tomorrow in connection with the murder of 46-year-old Antony Fallon last week.
# Clonmel
Two men arrested in connection with Anthony Fallon murder
The 46-year-old was found dead in an apartment block in Clonmel last Wednesday morning.
# Clonmel
Death of man in Clonmel now a murder inquiry
The man has been named locally as Anthony Fallon who was found in the lobby of an apartment block in the Tipperary town yesterday morning.
# Tipperary
Body found in apartment block in Clonmel
Gardaí say they are now treating the discovery of the body as suspicious and have opened an investigation.
# Tipperary
Body of missing Tipperary man found in River Suir
24-year-old Christopher Cronin went missing from Clonmel on 2 Jan.
# Missing
Appeal for missing 24-year-old Christopher Cronin
Cronin was last seen just after midnight on 2 January at the Gashouse Bridge in Clonmel.
# Barracks
Barracks closures will not have major impact on local economies - minister
Junior defence minister Paul Kehoe says closing four rural barracks will help make the Defence Forces “more professional”.
Column: With decisions like this, how can we ever hope to escape crisis?
Closing a barracks will cost millions to save thousands, writes Brian Cleary. With decisions like that, what can we expect from the Budget?
# Barracks
Government confirms closure of four military barracks
Military barracks at Mullingar, Cavan, Clonmel and Castlebar are to close, with 515 military and 25 civilian staff to be relocated.
# Shooting
Two men injured in Co Tipperary shooting
The men, aged 22 and 20, were shot in the Townpark area of Templemore, and are being treated in Clonmel.
# Job Losses
Loss of 142 jobs 'a big shock' at JRE Group in Clonmel
The company announced this afternoon that it would cease trading.
Column: Mentally ill patients don’t deserve to be locked up
Locking people alone in rooms isn’t a treatment for mental illness – so why are we still doing it, asks Orla Barry of Mental Health Reform.