Growing together An all-ireland conference on community supported agriculture (csa) 17th, 18th & 19th of February, cloughjordan, tipperary

The Cloughjordan Community Farm In association with the National Organic Training Skillnet (NOTS), The Soil Association (UK), Irish Organic Farmers and Growers Association (IOFGA), URGENCI – Global Network of CSA’s, Cloughjordan Ecovillage, Cultivate, and FEASTA present Growing Together An all-Ireland conference on Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) 17th, 18th & 19th of February * Cloughjordan, Tipperary […]

Hogan’s climbdown reflects growing pressure on home taxes

The concession by the government on the septic tank registration charge is a desperate attempt to stem the growing opposition to household taxes. Momentum is now building against the household tax and, with 95% still not paying, the government faces mass non-registration of the first troika-imposed tax. Huge attendances have taken place around the country […]

Drumcullen GAA club.

Drumcullen GAA Club Fixtures: The action on the field begins this weekend with Drumcullen’s first outing of the season in Division 2 at home to K/K this Sunday at 2.30pm. Best of luck to Kieran and all the lads for the year ahead. All support would be greatly appreciated. Best of Luck: Best of luck […]

Brosna Gaels Notes

Brosna Gaels Hurling Division 1 Hurling League Brosna Gaels play Kilcormac/Killoughy in their first league game this year on Sunday 12th February at 12 noon in Kilcormac. Division 3 Hurling League In the Div 3 league Brosna Gales take on Edenderry in their opening match of the league in Ballycumber on Saturday 25th February at […]

“Irish people reject the notion of a tax on their homes”

“Irish people reject the notion of a tax on their homes while bondholders reap the rewards casino economics” The notion of a new tax on Irish people while Bondholders gorge on Irish Taxes is not going down well with the Sovereign people of Ireland with only 4% of people registered to pay the “poll tax”. […]

Ifa reaction to announcement on septic tanks

Reacting to the announcement this evening by the Minister for the Environment on septic tanks, IFA President John Bryan acknowledged that Minister Phil Hogan has recognised the need to minimise the financial impact on rural dwellers who have to register their septic tank. John Bryan said, “Householders in rural areas have been hit hard with […]

Registration fee for septic tanks reduced to €5 for first 3 months

-Practical approach to inspections revealed by Hogan- Speaking at a public meeting on the Water Services (Amendment) Act 2012 in Dundrum, Co. Tipperary this evening (6.2.2012) the Minister for the Environment, Community & Local Government Phil Hogan T.D. set out the Government’s proposals for the registration and inspection of septic tanks. He announced a reduced […]

Raheen GAA Club Notes

G.A.A CLUB NOTES DATE: 07 FEBRUARY 2012 LOTTO The numbers drawn in Monday [30th Jan 2012] night’s Lotto were 14 15 18 19. There was no Jackpot Winner of €4,800 and 1 Match 3 Winners [Aggie Berry C/O Killeigh P/O] [€200 Each]. Next draw will take place in Hamilton’s, Geashill on Monday 13th Feb 2012. […]

Na Fianna GAA Club notes

NA FIANNA GAA FOOTBALL CLUB G.A.A CLUB NOTES DATE: 07 FEBRUARY 2012 MEMBERSHIP Membership for club players has been fixed for the coming year at €15 for the first child and €10 for the second and subsequent child from each family. Membership can be paid to the relevant team managers when training re-commences. U14 FOOTBALL […]

Campaign rejects government scaremongering over house tax fines

Campaign rejects government scaremongering over house tax fines The Campaign Against Household and Water Taxes (CAHWT) has condemned as “pure scaremongering” claims by the Minister for Justice that fines for non-payment of the household tax could be taken from people’s pay. “The fact is that no law exists allowing the government to deduct either the […]

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