News

Second Times The Charm For Voice Of Ireland’s Laura O’Connor?

February 8, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

After the sixth blind auditions of the Voice of Ireland, favourite to win Pauric O’Meara’s position at the head of the betting is beginning to seem in jeopardy. Laura O’Connor from Finglas was no stranger to the Voice of Ireland blind auditions, having made it to the live shows under Team Kian last year. This year Laura chose to change tactics and went with Team Rachel, snubbing her old mentor Kian, and it looks like she made the right decision as she now rivals favourite Pauric O’Meara at 6/1. Tipperary native Jessica Brett also joined Team Rachel, but at the much larger price of 22/1... [Read the full story]

GAA

Tipperary GAA Scene 9th February

February 9, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

by PRO Joe Bracken.   ALLIANZ HURLING LEAGUE The waiting is almost over as a new era is about to commence when the Tipperary Senior Hurlers take to the field on Saturday night next, February 13th in their opening Allianz Hurling League Division 1A clash with Dublin in Semple Stadium at 7pm. The challenge games are out of the way as manager Michael Ryan, his management team and his dedicated squad set about their task ahead in the Allianz National League. Patience will be required on all fronts to allow the team time to bed in and find their way in the league where results will be hard earned in... [Read the full story]

Entertainment

Tipperary Excel Cinema 5th to 11th February

February 8, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

Friends of the Simon Ryan Theatre encourage Tipperary Excel patrons and film loves to support their local cinema. Come along and visit Tipperary Excel Cinema during Spring 2016. Tipperary Excel Cinema hosts a fantastic programme of films including  a selection of Family Friendly Autism Sensitive screening as well as Tipperary Excel Film Club He Named Me Lalala” on Tuesday 9th Feb 8pm. Call the Theatre Box Office on 062 80520 or visit www.tipperary-excel.com . It’s  hard to beat seeing a good film on the Big Screen”  Monday Madness and Wacky Wednesdays tickets are only  €6.00! #sixfliks Share... [Read the full story]

Events

Revolutionary Roadshow arrives in Thurles 13th February!

February 5, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

The School of History, University College Cork and Tipperary County Council are pleased to announce that that a ‘Revolutionary Decade Roadshow’ will be held in The Source Arts Centre, Thurles, county Tipperary, on Saturday 13th February from 11am-4pm. The event – which is free, open to all and for which no pre-registration is required– follows on from the success of previous roadshows, which were held in Cork city and county, Muckross House Killarney, and the most recent events in Tralee and Dungarvan. These roadshows attracted international attention as a result of the discovery during... [Read the full story]

Sports

Borrisoleigh Track-Attack Notes

February 8, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

Gabrielle Shines Bright Gabrielle Hodgins form shone brightly despite the atrocious weather conditions at the fourth round of the Track-Attack Safari Team Trek which is been kindly sponsored by Camsaw Distributers Ltd (main suppliers of OleoMac and Weibang lawnmowers). For the second week running, she recorded the maximum haul of 60 points for her team which in turn was the standout reason that saw the Antelope team which is captained by Ton Delaney move to second place overall on the league ladder. Track-Attacker Eamon Groome at Milford 10km Storm Henry and the Minister for the Environment,... [Read the full story]

Business

Poll highlights that Irish likely to vote for politician who has engaged them on Social Media

February 3, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

As the General Election was announced, Samantha Kelly, co-creator of the upcoming Social Media Summit, has revealed that most people (53%) would be more likely to vote for a politician who has engaged them on Social Media. The TEDx speaker (see video below) and Ireland’s own tweeting goddess (@tweetingGoddess) ran the Twitter poll, which attracted 270 respondents. A little over a third (35%) in the poll indicated that engaging with a politician on Social Media would not affect their voting and a further 12% answered “Don’t know”. Samantha Kelly said: “Social media is a valuable tool for... [Read the full story]

News

Second Times The Charm For Voice Of Ireland’s Laura O’Connor?

After the sixth blind auditions of the Voice of Ireland, favourite to win Pauric O’Meara’s position at the head of the betting is beginning to seem in jeopardy. Laura O’Connor from Finglas was no stranger to the Voice of Ireland blind auditions, having made it to the live shows under Team Kian last year. This...

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Morris Disturbed By Depths Health Service Allowed To Sink

Sinn Féin’s Tipperary General Election candidate Cllr. Séamie Morris has expressed his horror at stories he has heard whilst canvassing about the health service in Tipperary. He was speaking while canvassing in Cashel, before heading on to Templemore. Cllr Morris said: “I hear more and more stories as I canvass...

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Clogheen Pre-School threatened by Tusla funding cut – McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs James Reilly to directly intervene with Tusla, the Child and Family Agency in a bid to remove an immediate threat to the existence of Clogheen Community Pre-School. Deputy McGrath was speaking after the Childcare Supervisor at the Pre-School...

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Doorsteps Cry Out Against Broken Promises – Healy

The most consistent and angriest complaint on the door steps is of broken promises and the resultant targeting of those on low and middle incomes for cuts and new taxes.   When considering promises and announcements by Labour and Fine Gael in this General  Election Campaign, voters are considering what happened...

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Government has failed County Tipperary- Seamus Helaly

Despite emigration, 13,051 people are unemployed in County Tipperary, well above the National average. Tipperary Towns continue to be blighted by unemployment levels well into double figures. Over three quarters of all jobs announced by this government have been in Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Galway and not a single...

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Entertainment

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