‘A Taste of Cahir’ is where it’s at this Easter Weekend!

Cahir Castle and The Swiss Cottage will be open to the Public – free of charge on EasterSunday as part of the inaugural ‘A Taste of Cahir’ Festival   As part of the inaugural ‘A Taste of Cahir’ Easter Festival, the Office of Public Works (OPW) has agreed to open Cahir Castle and the Swiss […]

Tipperary Ladies Football Fixtures this weekend

The following are the Tipperary Ladies Football Fixtures this week –   Saturday, April 8th Munster Under 14 A Championship (Round Three) Kerry v Tipperary Dr. Crokes, Killarney (2pm)Munster Minor B Championship (Round Two) Tipperary v Limerick Lattin (2pm)

Cloughjordan Hosts Food Fair and Ground Breaking Soil Conference

 . A large crowd are expected for ‘Feeding Ourselves’ – a national event in WeCreate, Cloughjordan Ecovillage on April 8-9th. “Feeding Ourselves” will showcase successful community-orientated approaches to food, soil and farm diversification. As well as a soil symposium, with experts from across the country, there will be an introduction to a fascinating new citizen science […]

Big Wins for Recycled Materials at Cashel St. Patrick’s Day Parade

In keeping with the ‘Keep it Green’ theme of this years Cashel St. Patrick’s Day Parade a new category was introduced and sponsored by Zero Waste Cashel. The new category ‘Best Use of Recycled Materials’ was won by the Lawrence Academy Dance Company (LADC) who received a trophy and €100. In the true spirit of […]

Successful Projects in Tipperary awarded funding from Energia Get Ireland Growing

The Get Ireland Growing Fund run by GIY (Grow It Yourself) in partnership with Energia have announced the winners of the grants from a fund of €70,000 for 2017. Grants will be awarded to the successful food growing projects planned by community groups, schools and not-for-profit organisations all across the country.   The teams behind […]

Failure To Provide Timely Scoliosis Treatment Is Impacting On Children’s Rights – Ombudsman For Children

“Ongoing delays and the failure by Government to adequately address the issue of access to Scoliosis treatment is impacting on the rights of children and young people in Ireland”, says Ombudsman for Children Dr Niall Muldoon. Niall was speaking following of the launch of the Ombudsman for Children’s Office report, Waiting on Scoliosis treatment; A […]

Nenagh Red Cross Notes

It’s award season again and last year we were fortunate to take home the first ever Volunteer of the Year award thanks to Mary Prout. We appeal to you the public to get behind us and vote again this year for your volunteer , instructor and or branch of the year. Please email us for […]

Cashel to become Ireland’s first Zero Waste Town #zerowastecashel

  The heritage town of Cashel in County Tipperary is moving towards a cleaner, greener future as it begins the process to become Ireland’s first Zero Waste town. “Towards Zero Waste Cashel” is an 18-month pilot initiative which promotes reducing waste and repairing and repurposing items, and was officially launched on Thursday 2nd March at […]

Nenagh Art Centre Presents Andy Irvine In Concert

Andy Irvine has enjoyed a long and successful career as a traditional Irish musician. He has travelled the world as a solo artist and as a member of legendary Irish groups such as Planxty and Patrick Street and more recently Mozaik. Throughout his extensive career he has maintained and developed the qualities in his music, […]

Join Macra na Feirme in 2017!

By Nora Ryan (North Tipperary PRO) Are you aged 17-35? Want to join a new and exciting organisation in 2017? Interested in sport, travel, public speaking, agriculture, community involvement or want to meet new people and be part of a hectic social life? Then Macra na Feirme is the group to join this year. North […]

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