Tipperary GAA Scene 18th June

PRO Joe Bracken MUNSTER SENIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP The crowds came in their thousands, 39,115 to be precise, to see how events would unfold on the Field of Legends as Tipperary and, the current Liam MacCarthy holders, Limerick went toe to toe in the last round of the Munster Senior Hurling Championship round robin series. And […]

Climate Action Plan to Tackle Climate Breakdown launches

Giving Ireland a Sustainable Future Cleaner air, warmer homes, better-connected communities, and a more sustainable economy Climate Action Plan to Tackle Climate Breakdown launches The Government has today (Monday the 17th of June) published the Climate Action Plan, led by Minister Richard Bruton, to give Irish people a cleaner, safer and more sustainable future. The […]

Article on Tipperary’s Nicole Drought Wins Major Award

An article on Nicole Drought, from Roscrea, written by freelance journalist Brendan Coffey, has been announced as a winner of the Investatec 20×20 Media Awards. Nicole is Ireland’s top female racing driver and just recently won a 4 hour Endurance Race in the UK. Coffey spent a full day with her at Mondello Park earlier […]

Farmers Can Lead Renewables Revolution In Govt Climate Plan

Ahead of the publication of the Government’s climate plan, IFA President Joe Healy said the success of the plan will be determined by the willingness of the Government to put in place the necessary policy measures to ensure the delivery of the Teagasc climate roadmap and to make farm-scale and community based renewables a reality.   “The […]

Tipperary suicide prevention – call for a community-based approach

Suicide continues to be a major issue in Irish society, with latest figures suggesting approximately 400 deaths per year nationally with many more people attempting to take their own life. (Stats https://www.nsrf.ie/statistics/suicide/ ) The founder of one of Ireland’s leading suicide prevention charities says that while progress is being made, much more needs to be […]

There’s more to food waste than wasted food – National Stop Food Waste Week, 12- 19 June

The EPA is leading a National Stop Food Waste Week campaign to highlight issues and raise awareness on food waste, from 12-19 June.  Globally, one third of the food produced in the world for human consumption is lost or wasted and every year people in Ireland waste over one million tonnes of food. The campaign […]

Tipp Dealers Praised By Zetor

Tipperary farm machinery dealers – Alan King Agri Sales Ltd, near Roscrea and O’Flynn’s Garage in Ballyporeen – have been praised by Zetor as one of a ‘reinvigorated’ ten-strong main dealer network charged with steering the well-known Czech tractor brand on what it terms ‘a new and more progressive path’. Since first introduced here over […]

5 tests for the Government’s new climate plan: ‘A New Departure on the path to zero climate pollution’

Government climate plan must signal a New Departure on the path to zero climate pollution Campaigners set out 5 tests for Government’s new climate plan due next week (detailed briefing) > Is the new 2050 target net zero emissions, like the UK just announced? > Will the key oversight and accountability provisions be put into […]

Carrick-on-Suir Student awarded at Young Writers Competition at the 17th Immrama Festival

Audiences take a literal journey around the globe & Young Writers awarded at the 17th Immrama Festival Over the weekend the seventeenth annual Lismore Immrama Festival of Travel Writing celebrated a theme of ‘Extraordinary Adventures’ and visitors from all over the country descended upon the heritage town to enjoy a series of events spanning from […]

Volunteering Fair Comes to Cahir this Month

Tipperary Volunteer Centre are delighted to be able to bring this year’s Tipperary Volunteering Fair to Cahir Community Hall on June 25th between 10 am and 2 pm. Members of the public are encouraged to come and meet their local community groups and see what services and volunteer roles are available. It is a free event and open to […]

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