News

Support new housing in Midlands with Ireland’s First Peer to Peer Property Development marketplace Propertybridges.com

March 21, 2019 · Leave a Comment 

Ireland’s First Peer to Peer Property Development marketplace, Propertybridges.com, looks to support new housing development in the Midlands and throughout the country. One way to help solve the housing crisis is to stop blaming each other; this organisation, that government body, those vested interests, these money men, bad planning etc and instead get behind small local developers, construction companies and groups of people looking to build new housing and come up with innovative ways to redevelop current sites! What if regular members of the public in the midlands with as little as 500... [Read the full story]

GAA

Tipperary GAA Scene

March 14, 2019 · Leave a Comment 

PRO Joe Bracken ALLIANZ HURLING LEAGUE The book on this year’s Allianz hurling league rounds has been eventful from a Tipperary perspective with the opening and closing chapters providing the most pleasant of reading, while those in between, though less fruitful, still had enough to keep the reader entertained as one pondered the storyline ahead of its outcome. And when that storyline was scripted on the Páirc Uí Rinn soil on Sunday last, the arrival of an excellent Tipperary team performance was the most pleasing result for management and supporter alike. It gave nourishment to the hurling... [Read the full story]

Entertainment

Irish Science Fiction and the Joys and Challenges of Translation: A conversation with author and editor Jack Fennell in Cloughjordan

March 18, 2019 · Leave a Comment 

On Saturday, 30 March at 8pm in Sheelagh na Gig bookshop in Cloughjordan, Co Tipperary, ground-breaking writer, editor and translator Jack Fennell discusses the underexplored world of Irish science fiction and fantasy in English and Irish, and the joys and challenges of translating these works. He will be interviewed by Irish teacher, translator, editor and avid science fiction and fantasy fan Annemarie Nugent. This is an Irish-language event. Tickets are free but must be booked through EventBrite: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/ficsean-eolaiochta-na-heireann-agus-luchair-is-dushlan-an-aistriuchain-tickets-57415302716 Jack... [Read the full story]

Events

Dáithí Ó Sé Invites Tipperary To Tea To Mark 25th Anniversary Of Alzheimer’s Tea Day Campaign

March 20, 2019 · Leave a Comment 

RTÉ and Rose of Tralee presenter, Dáithí Ó Sé, is calling on the nation to host a Tea Day in aid of The Alzheimer Society of Ireland (ASI). Alzheimer’s Tea Day, the charity’s largest annual fundraising campaign, was launched today in The Maryborough House Hotel, Cork and takes place on Thursday 2nd May, 2019. The ASI aims to raise €500,000 to provide supports and services to help families living with dementia nationwide.   This year marks the 25th Anniversary of Alzheimer’s Tea Day. The inaugural Alzheimer’s Tea Day took place in 1994. The Tea Day campaign provides vital... [Read the full story]

Sports

Munster team to play Scarlets has been named for Saturday’s Guinness PRO14 clash

March 1, 2019 · Leave a Comment 

The Munster team has been named for Saturday’s Guinness PRO14 clash against Scarlets at Parc y Scarlets (5pm – live on eir Sport, TG4, Premier Sports and S4C). Billy Holland captains Munster with seven changes to the side that defeated Ospreys last Friday night. Centre Rory Scannell returns to the starting XV for his 100th Munster appearance and will become the youngest ever player to reach that landmark having turned 25 in December. It’s all change in the half-backs with Alby Mathewson and Bill Johnston coming into the side. The final addition to the backline sees Ronan O’Mahony named... [Read the full story]

Business

Family businesses ‘the backbone and fabric’ of Ireland’s indigenous economy

March 21, 2019 · Leave a Comment 

Family Business Ireland boss says generations that work together are more important to us than we think The Director of Family Business Ireland says Irish family business companies need to be better acknowledged, as they are the ‘backbone and fabric’ of Ireland’s indigenous economy. Free Pic No Repro Fee 14 03 2019Alan Mulcahy Head of Sales Energia and JJ O’Connell Co Chair, Director Family Business IrelandPhotography by Gerard McCarthy 087 8537228More Info contact David Kinch MKC Communications01 703 8611 086 232 2439 david@mkc.ie JJ O’Connell, Co-Chair and Director of Family... [Read the full story]

News

Support new housing in Midlands with Ireland’s First Peer to Peer Property Development marketplace Propertybridges.com

Ireland’s First Peer to Peer Property Development marketplace, Propertybridges.com, looks to support new housing development in the Midlands and throughout the country. One way to help solve the housing crisis is to stop blaming each other; this organisation, that government body, those vested interests, these...

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Family businesses ‘the backbone and fabric’ of Ireland’s indigenous economy

Family Business Ireland boss says generations that work together are more important to us than we think The Director of Family Business Ireland says Irish family business companies need to be better acknowledged, as they are the ‘backbone and fabric’ of Ireland’s indigenous economy. Free Pic No Repro Fee 14 03...

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Second level students invited to create an experiment for testing in microgravity

Irish second level students are in with a chance to develop a science experiment for testing on a microgravity flight this October to help address the issue of sustaining life beyond this planet. Project PoSSUM (Polar Suborbital Science in the Upper Mesosphere) will fly a number of microgravity flights in Ottawa, Canada...

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9% of Irish Homeowners Have Been Victims of Vandalism

9% of Irish homeowners have had their homes vandalised in the past 3 years Almost a quarter of homeowners know someone who’s home has been vandalised Broken windows accounts for almost a third of all acts of vandalism In the past three years, almost 9% of Irish homeowners have had their homes vandalised. This is...

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Tipperary set to receive almost €700,000 under Community Services Programme

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has warmly welcomed the announcement that 10 community based enterprises in Co. Tipperary are set to receive grants totalling €682,000. Deputy McGrath was speaking after the grant awards were announced by the Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring, under The Community...

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GAA

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Tipperary GAA Scene

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Tipperary GAA Scene 5th February 2019

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Tipperary GAA Draw Results January 2019

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Tipperary GAA Scene 8th January 2019

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Entertainment

Irish Science Fiction and the Joys and Challenges of Translation: A conversation with author and editor Jack Fennell in Cloughjordan

On Saturday, 30 March at 8pm in Sheelagh na Gig bookshop in Cloughjordan,...


Trailer released for Irish Banking Thriller THE LIMIT OF

Alan Mulligan’s haunting debut drama THE LIMIT OF, featuring rising star Laurence...


Celebrate St Patrick’s Day with incredible stories of how the Irish have changed the world

For centuries the Irish have had an impact on the world far beyond what you...


The Chamber Philharmonic Europe will return to play a concert in Thurles this March

They brought the house down and received a lengthy standing ovation on last year’s...


Upcoming events at Nenagh Arts Centre

The Muriel O’Connor & Fran Curry Show – Saturday 9th March, 8pm, Tickets:...


Borrisokane Players return for one night with their hilarious production of ‘Don’t Tell The Wife’

Following a successful three night run and back by popular demand, Borrisokane Players...


Irish actor, author and journalist, Domhnall O’Donoghue has released his second novel

Irish actor, author and journalist, Domhnall O’Donoghue has released his second...


Award-winning writing, direction and a brilliant ensemble from Tipperary woman Orla Murphy – Remember to Breathe – Theatre at The Source Arts Centre in March

Writer and director Orla Murphy draws on her own emigrant experiences in New Zealand.   Remember...


Borrisokane Players Ask That Whatever You Do in 2019, ‘Don’t Tell The Wife’

Following on from last year’s successful outing with ‘Separate...


Aonghus McAnally returns to The Source Arts Centre this February with his brand new show

Aonghus McAnally has worn many hats through a near 40-year career: children’s...


Road Trip Secrets: 5 of Ireland’s most beautiful drives

Every so often, our mind and body needs a proper break from our hectic work schedules,...


Donal O’Kelly performs his solo play Bat the Father Rabbit the Son at The Source Arts Centre

Donal O’Kelly performs his solo play Bat the Father Rabbit the Son at The Source...


Upcoming Events at Nenagh Arts Centre

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Multi Award winning Irish Wild Life Documentary, The Silver Branch, at The Source Thurles

MULTI AWARD winning Irish Wild Life Documentary, The Silver Branch, which will be...


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