South Tipperary Hospice to benefit from Gina concert, Friday October 26

South Tipperary Hospice is to benefit from a long-awaited concert featuring Gina and the Champions at The Coachman, Clonmel on Friday, October 26.   Gina and the Champions are one of Irish music’s true household names and their celebrated career has spanned a number of decades through which they have entertained many fans from all […]

Vulture Funds Preying on Farm Families – IFA

Addressing the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Finance today, IFA President Joe Healy accused vulture funds of killing off farm businesses that have the potential to repay their debts over time and return to viability.    He said this short-term debt recovery approach is damaging as the repayment capacity of the business is not considered. This […]

Yet another Minister displays government ignorance on the plight of Tipp Town – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has described the latest government reply to the levels of employment deprivation in Tipperary Town and West Tipperary as deeply disturbing. Deputy McGrath was speaking after he raised the matter during Priority Questions to the Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys, earlier today: “In the last ten days we […]

Tipperary GAA Scene

PRO Joe Bracken COUNTY SENIOR HURLING FINAL DAY   It all comes down to the main event on Sunday next October 21st, as the county’s club hurling calendar showpiece event, the Tipperary Water Senior Hurling Final for the Dan Breen Cup will be fought out in Semple Stadium at 3:30pm between Clonoulty-Rossmore and Nenagh Éire […]

Betting Tax Hike Will Cause 352 Job Losses In The South East

The Government’s proposal to hike Betting Tax by 100pc will cost 352 jobs in the South West, according to an analysis by the Irish Bookmakers Association (IBA). Based on its engagement with members since Budget 2019 was announced last Tuesday, the IBA estimates that six bookmakers shops will close permanently in Carlow, seven will close […]

HSE Confirms 52 month wait for Orthodontic Treatment In South Tipp – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has said the failure of the HSE to progress a reduction in waiting times for orthodontic and dental treatment by South Tipperary resident’s is now bordering on abuse. Deputy McGrath was speaking after it was confirmed to him through a Parliamentary Reply that there are currently 809 patients awaiting orthodontic treatment […]

ESB Presents Hi-Viz Vests At North Tipperary Schools

RSA research shows that one in 10 children are still not being restrained when travelling in the back seat RSA & ESB Networks to distribute high visibility packs to every child starting school this year Back to school road safety packs available for all primary schools The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána […]

Asthma Society Calls On People With Asthma To Get Flue Vaccine

Anyone who has ever had the flu virus knows it is far from a pleasant experience. Headaches, high fever, chills, coughing and aching body are just a few of the many debilitating symptoms. The flu virus can be very serious for people with asthma as they are at even greater risk if they pick up […]

North Tipp Macra News

Fundraiser We are hosting Musical Bingo on Friday 19th of October in Younges The Ragg. Kicking off at 9pm, it’s just like regular bingo but instead of numbers being called out, a clip of a well-known sing will be played! Great prizes and a raffle on the night also. We hope to see lots of […]

Sinn Fein Commemoration For Sean Treacy

The annual Sinn Féin Seán Treacy commemoration was held in Kilfeacle on Sunday 14th Oct. The event was chaired by Sinn Féin general election candidate Ciara McCormack. Cllr Martin Browne read the Proclamation and the main oration was delivered by Sinn Féin Vice – President Michelle O’ Neill.

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