Moving Toward A Circular Economy Seminar in Horse and Jockey

The linear “take-make-dispose” economic model is no longer sustainable. Continued use of finite resources, climate change and demographic changes make it harder for businesses to provide the products and services necessary for a well-functioning economy. Successful circular initiatives reduce dependence on dwindling natural resources and creates value for businesses and their stakeholders, as well as […]

Upperchurch Walking Weekend

The details of events for this year’s Upperchurch Walking Weekend on Nov. 9th, 10th and 11th have been announced recently. There are eight walks in all including two new one off walks as well as the usual favourite trips through the hills and valleys of the scenic Upperchurch area. The annual event has been attracting […]

Tipp homeowners invited to attend free information events to avail of 50% grant funding

As part of their SuperHomes Ireland program, Tipperary Energy Agency are inviting Tipperary homeowners to attend a FREE information event to learn how they can access up to 50% grant funding to carry out energy efficient upgrades on their homes an thus reduce their energy costs.   Homeowners can benefit by up to 50% grants […]

St. Joseph’s College Borrisoleigh Open Night Wednesday 24th October

St. Joseph’s College, Borrisoleigh, is holding its Open Night on Wednesday 24th October 2018 at 6.30pm. All 5th and 6th class Primary school students and their parents are invited to the school. Meet the students, teachers and Principal to find our what this wonderful school has to offer.

This Reuse Month Householders & Businesses are Encouraged to Reuse more, as less than 5% of disposed of items are reused

Reuse businesses, charities and organisation sustained more than 800 jobs, 350 job scheme training positions & 7,600 voluntary positions with a turnover of more than €80 million in 2017. National Reuse Month takes place from October 1 to 31, 2018. . IT is estimated that Irish households reuse less than 5% of the amount of […]

Dromineer Literary Festival – Julian Gough and Lisa Harding appearing at opening 4th October 2018

Are you a safe reader? By that I mean do you always stick to the same kinds of novels or writers?  There is great comfort in the familiar, no doubt, be that popular genres like the thriller, chick-lit or sci-fi.  However, if you’re tempted to try something different, two writers, both Irish and one a […]

Féile na nÚll – Celebrating Apples and Community In Cloughjordan Ecovillage

Let’s get juicy! It has been a great year for apples and at Féile na nÚll, the 3rd annual Apple Festival taking place in the ecovillage at Cloughjordan this Saturday. And you can bring your own apples to get them juiced.   Bring your apples for mashing and pressing and, if you have an apple […]

What Good Is Looking Well When You’re Rotten On The Inside

What Good is Looking Well When You’re Rotten on the Inside?, writer and performer Emma O’ Grady announces herself and her creative team as a force of Irish theatre to be reckoned with. One month before his death, retired civil servant and man of few words Paddy O’Grady had a sudden urge to talk. Using […]

Try Out Fishing At The National Ploughing Championships

Novice anglers are invited to try their hand at fishing at the upcoming National Ploughing Championships. Inland Fisheries Ireland will attend the event, which takes place in Screggan, Tullamore from the 18th – 20th of September, with a fun fishing simulator suitable for all the family. The simulator will be present at Inland Fisheries Ireland’s stand, which […]

Athlone Antique Expert Brings Forbidden Fruit To National Stage

Rare forbidden fruit from Athlone will be in the national spotlight at Timeless, The Irish Antique Dealers Fair, in Dublin’s RDS, from September 28-30. The legends and lore of the celebrated coco de mer nut, said to be the fruit which tempted Eve in the Garden of Eden, will be celebrated by an Athlone-based antique […]

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