Christy Moore opens up in revealing new interview

In an in-depth new interview with Ruairí McKiernan on the Love and Courage podcast the legendary folk singer discusses the loss of his father at a young age, receiving hate mail, songs, spirituality, sobriety, and why he’s determined to do more for the planet.   Folk singer and musician Christy Moore, once named ‘Ireland’s greatest […]

Almost €35,000 raised for Tipperary charities through Bank of Ireland Give Together initiative

Bank of Ireland staff raised €34,860 for charitable causes in Tipperary in 2018 through the bank’s flagship charity and community initiative, Give Together. The charity programme gives Bank of Ireland colleagues throughout Ireland the chance to lend support to their chosen charities or causes through fundraising and volunteering. In total, just over €1.45 million was […]

Local Enterprise Office Tipperary Creates 168 Jobs in 2018

Minister Humphreys T.D. and Minister Breen T.D. announce Local Enterprise Office figures for 2018 Local Enterprise Office Tipperary 2018 jobs figures, announced by Heather Humphreys T.D. Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation and Pat Breen T.D., Minister for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection, show that 168 jobs were created by […]

Council need to take more proactive steps to protect Suir from plastic waste – McCormack

The latest studies on plastics in our rivers and marines makes for alarming reading and requires a robust response according to Sinn Féin election candidate Ciara McCormack. New research from Irish scientists indicates that plastic pollution in freshwater and marine ecosystems are much more pervasive than previously thought. “Ireland is ranked the second worst in […]

Fostering in Tipperary Information Event

Have you always had an interest in becoming a foster carer but didn’t know where to get the right information? If so, come along to our information event with Fostering First Ireland in Carrick-on-Suir on 19th February and get all the information you need to start your journey towards making a difference in the lives […]

Silver Award for Zero Waste Cashel at the LAMA All Ireland Community & Council Awards 2019

At the annual LAMA All Ireland Community & Council Awards 2019, VOICE project ‘Towards Zero Waste Cashel’ walked away with a silver award in the Best Waste Management category. There were over 150 entrants to the awards with 100 projects represented on the night. Project Coordinator Mindy O’Brien and Project Manager Derry O’Donnell were on […]

Moyne Templetuohy GAA Club plays host to the launch of Sustainable Tipp

“Sustainable Tipp – accelerating Tipperary’s transition to a sustainable, low carbon economy” Sustainable Tipp is the planned energy transformation of Tipperary’s housing, commercial, public and community buildings. It is an opportunity for communities, farmers, homeowners and business owners to save energy, save money and become more sustainable.   In 2017, Tipperary’s Sustainable Energy Action Plan […]

Re-location of Children’s Hospital must now be placed firmly on the political agenda – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on the Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, and the Minister for Health, Simon Harris, to place an immediate halt to works being carried out on the site of the new National Children’s Hospital (NCH) at St James. Deputy McGrath was speaking after the shock announcement by the projects main construction contractor, […]

Exciting Line-Up for Valentine’s Ambulance Fundraiser in Thurles

Allow us to “Restart Your Heart” with our charity speed-dating event in Hickey’s Bar, Cathedral Street, Thurles on Friday the 15th February. Get that loving feeling with kick-off at 7:30. Online registration restartomac@gmail.com to ensure your place. Spread the Valentine’s weekend cheer and invite all of your single friends. Let the night take you into […]

Private Security Authority confirm significant weaknesses in governing legislation – Mattie McGrath, Carol Nolan, Michael Collins

Independent TD’s Mattie McGrath, Carol Nolan and Michael Collins have said their meeting with the CEO of the Private Security Authority, Mr Paul Scallan, has given rise to serious concerns about the capacity of the state to effectively sanction unlicensed security personnel. The group had organised the meeting to try and address the apparent lack […]

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