Clean Coasts and Irish Water remind the people of Tipperary not to use the sink as a bin this Easter as Irish Water cleared almost 1,500 sewer blockages already this year

With Easter coming up, Clean Coasts and Irish Water are reminding the people of Tipperary not to pour gravy or fats oils and greases (FOGs) from the Easter roast down the sink as Irish Water reveal that almost 1,500 sewer blockages have been cleared across the country already this year. That’s 125 blockages every single […]

Tipperary organisations share in €912,684 thanks to Intel employees

On Tuesday, April 9th, Intel celebrated the success of its 2018 Matching Grant initiative, rewarding 249 community organisations and schools from across Ireland with €912,684. 2 organisations from the Tipperary area were part of the 2018 Matching Grant Scheme and thus will receive funding in the total amount of €6,455. The Tipperary organisations are; Aiseiri […]

Banks should not need a ‘Culture Board’ to tell them what respect and honesty look like – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has said that he is deeply sceptical about the capacity of the newly established Irish Banking Culture Board to affect the kind of attitudinal change and reform that is urgently required. Deputy McGrath was speaking after the launch of the IBCB by its inaugural Chairman, Mr Justice John Hedigan:   “The […]

Launch of Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur Competition – Tipperary County Final

Forty entrepreneurs from across the County entered this year’s competition which closed to entries on the 15 March. These young entrepreneurs have since progressed to the County Final which takes place at the Horse & Jockey on 2 May. At this event, three category winners will be announced and crowned Best Established Business, Best Start […]

Borrisoleigh Mile Easter Monday 2019

The third annual Borrisoleigh Mile which is sponsored by Declan Maher Financial Services hits the North Tipperary village on Easter Monday night next when participants of all age and ability will congregate to attempt the golden distance. The event originated back in the 1960’s when it was part of a parochial sports day that was […]

Irish Cancer Society looking for volunteers in Tipperary for its Survivor Support programme

 The Irish Cancer Society is looking for new volunteers in Tipperary for its Survivor Support programme. Survivor Support is a phone based, one to one peer support programme where volunteers, who have had cancer, provide emotional and practical support to others going through cancer. Speaking about the programme Deirdre Murphy, Survivor Support and Volunteer Coordinator […]

Do Not Drink notice in Dualla lifted following works by Irish Water

Irish Water is pleased to confirm that the Do Not Drink notice that was in place for the Dualla public water supply has now been lifted. Customers in the area can now resume normal use of their water for drinking, food preparation and brushing teeth. The lifting of the notice this afternoon follows consultation with […]

The Borrisoleigh Mile in aid of St. Joseph’s College – Run it, Jog it, Walk it. Just do it!

Track-Attack welcome everyone to come and participate at the Borrisoleigh Mile which will be held on Easter Monday night at 8pm. Everyone regardless of standard or age can complete a mile. St. Joseph’s College is very proud to be associated with this event for the second time. It was a wonderful success last year and […]

Students from St Joseph’s College show Entrepreneurial Spirit at County Final of the Tipperary Student Enterprise Program

On Thursday the 28th of March seven teams of young entrepreneurs left ST. Josephs College for LIT Thurles to partake in the county final of the Tipperary Student Enterprise Program. Three months of hard work was about to pay off as all of the teams had a truly enjoyable day. 95 teams were present across […]

Do Not Consume Notice remains in place for the Dualla Public Water Supply as work continues to restore a normal water supply

A Do Not Drink notice which was issued for the Dualla Public Water Supply last week remains in place until further notice. Irish Water drinking water compliance and operational experts are working with colleagues in Tipperary County Council to resolve this situation as soon as possible. The Do Not Drink Notice was put in place […]

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