Festive Friday celebrated in St. Joseph’s College Borrisoleigh

Organised by the 3rd Year CSPE students under the guidance of Ms. Nicole Walsh, all students were asked to wear something festive to raise much needed funds for our local homeless charity Novas. Well done to all involved for their contribution. A total of €470 was collected. The winning students received some lovely hampers donated […]

Festive Tractor Run & Cycle Coming To Borrisoleigh

Starting at 12.00 a.m from Bishop Quinlan Park, Borrisoleigh, the tractor run and cycle will have something to interest everyone. Chairperson of the student council Brid Ryan speaking at the launch of the event said “we are delighted to be hosting a tractor run in Borrsioleigh, there is a strong farming base in the school […]

The Miraculous Prayer

Dear Heart of Jesus, in the past I have asked You for many favours, this time I ask for a special one (mention request). Take it dear Heart of Jesus, place it in Your own broken heart, where Your Father sees it, then in His merciful eyes it will become your favour not mine. Amen. […]

The Miraculous Prayer

Dear Heart of Jesus, in the past I have asked You for many favours, this time I ask for a special one (mention request). Take it dear Heart of Jesus, place it in Your own broken heart, where Your Father sees it, then in His merciful eyes it will become your favour not mine. Amen. […]

Sports grants for 64 Older Groups in Tipperary announced for Age & Opportunity’s Go for Life Programme

64 Tipperary groups will receive a total of €18,650 to fund physical activity for older people. 1,028 grants totalling almost €300,000 allocated to groups nationwide under 2018 programme. €5.7m awarded to date by the National Grant Scheme. 30,000 older people to benefit from investment. The ‘Go for Life’ National Grant Scheme has celebrated a momentous […]

Cashel, Thurles and Clonmel celebrate entrepreneurial success at 2018 Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards

  Cashel was announced as a regional winner of this year’s Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards. In addition, Thurles was announced a Town Initiative of the Year while Clonmel was listed as a regional runner up. The Awards recognise and reward towns where businesses and communities have come together to showcase the spirit […]

Community groups invited to apply to €75,000 Energia & GIY ‘Get Ireland Growing’ Fund

Community groups and voluntary organisations from all across Ireland are now invited to apply to the Energia Get Ireland Growing and GIY fund 2019, as the €75,000 pool of funding opens for applications today. Groups and organisations have from today until January 18th 2019 to apply for grants, which will enable them to start or […]

Clonoulty Rossmore Parish Sale of Work 25th November

 The Clonoulty Rossmore Sale of Work will now take place on Sunday 25th November. There will be a Monster auction, teas and buns all day and much more. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Virgin Media TV to broadcast first ever National Lottery Good Causes Awards

The inaugural National Lottery Good Causes Awards are to be broadcast on Virgin Media One (formerly TV3) on Sunday 11th November, and hosted by popular TV presenter Karen Koster, it was announced. The significant new Awards are aimed at honouring the incredible difference that National Lottery-funded projects are making to communities all over Ireland. Nearly 30 […]

Numbers all add up for Tipp native Kate

Glen of Aherlow native Kate Henkel has secured one of the top marks in the country in the Diploma for Accounting Technicians programme this year. Accounting Technicians Ireland’s qualification is recognised as the fastest pathway to a professional accounting career. The 44-year-old, now living in Glenealy, Wicklow, chose the online course to retrain in the […]

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