PictureHouse Announce Plans To Celebrate 21st Anniversary Of Their Debut Album

National Concert Hall, Wednesday 13th September, 8pm Special Guests: “Songs in The Key Of D” Choir Debut album Shine Box released in 1996 Album called: “How Can I Explain How It Came to Be” Irish act PictureHouse have announced plans to celebrate the 21st birthday of their debut album Shine Box with a show in […]

C&C Group’s Resistance To Fair Redundancy Package Is Totally Unacceptable – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on the management of the C&C Group to rethink their refusal to offer between forty and fify C&C Gleeson employees who work in the commercial side of the business the same redundancy terms as those obtained by fellow employees in the manufacturing division. Deputy McGrath was speaking as approximately […]

Award Winning Local Singer Pete Kennedy To Return To Birr Stage

Award winning local singer Pete Kennedy will return to the stage at Birr Theatre & Arts Centre on Saturday 20 May.   The Birr man will be supporting US native Josh Christina on his debut Irish Rockabilly Nights Tour across Ireland next month.   He will perform a short set and will be followed by […]

How To Boost Retail In Your Town Or Village

The Local Enterprise Office (LEO) and Tipperary Co. Council are running a competition for retailers in Tipperary.  There are 10 tickets to be won to the Retail Retreat on Wed 10th May in Croke Park. This event, organised by Retail Excellence Ireland is one of the most significant events in the Irish retail calendar where a line-up […]

Tipp Farm Dealer Chosen To Promote ‘Innovative’ Tractor Hitch

A ‘ball-and-spoon’ tractor hitch – a key safety feature of which is a mechanism to anchor a towed implement to the tractor in order to guard against upward movement or accidental decoupling when tipping or travelling – is currently being promoted by Tipperary farm machinery dealer, Clonmel Machinery Limited. Manufactured in Co. Meath by Dromone […]

Tipperary Ladies Gaelic Football Notes

Lidl National Football League Final Tipperary Ladies Football will play Wexford in the Lidl National Football League Final on Sunday, April 30th at 4pm in Clane GAA, Co. Kildare. The team have an unbeaten record to date in the League and will hope to build on this on Sunday by capturing the title and with […]

Paterson at the Nenagh Arts Centre

Paterson is a bus driver in the city of Paterson, New Jersey – they share the name. Every day, Paterson adheres to a simple routine: he drives his daily route, he writes poetry into a notebook; he stops in a bar and drinks exactly one beer; he goes home to his wife, Laura. By contrast, […]

Ballyhoura Walking Festival

The Ballyhoura Walking Festival isn’t just Irelands oldest walking festival – It’s one of the most popular too. This May bank holiday weekend walkers from all over Ireland are expected to descend on Ballyhoura Country, covering an average distance of 20kms each. Now in its 24th year, the festival see’s guides from the Ballyhoura Bears […]

Momentum for new Clonmel Garda Station must be maintained and delivered – Mattie McGrath TD

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has welcomed the commitments given by the Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald that a new Garda Station for Clonmel will definitely proceed following concerns around delays in progressing the project. Deputy McGrath was speaking after the Minister visited the existing Station on Emmet Street yesterday following an invitation he had extended […]

‘Atlantic’ Highlights European Ocean Citizenship in Irish Schools

As the shadow of Brexit looms, and the uncertainty around the future of our shared fishing grounds intensifies, the political implications for Ireland have come into sharp focus. Our relationship with the European Union at local, national and international level is being seriously questioned. Nowhere are the stakes higher or matters more divisive than with […]

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