Tipperary To Raise Funds For Vital Work Of The Simon Community

Pyjama parties, bake sales, fancy dress and funky hair styles, it’s that time of year again at Peter Mark! The annual Petermarkathon fundraiser is back and coming to Peter Mark Market Place Clonmel, Tipperary from Friday 27th – Monday 30th October 2017. This year, the Peter Mark team aim to raise much needed funds for The Simon Community […]

Tipperary GAA Scene

By PRO Joe Bracken SENIOR FOOTBALL COUNTY FINAL In the top billing fixture played last weekend, congratulations go to Clonmel Commercials on winning their 17th county senior title as they defeated a spirited Killenaule side to take the honours in the Tipperary Water County Senior Football Championship Final 2-9 to 0-8 before an attendance of […]

Funding Available To Community Groups For Energy Projects

Almost €6.5 million worth of energy upgrade work is coming to completion in Tipperary under the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland’s 2017 Better Energy Communities scheme. Tipperary Energy Agency is now calling on local community groups, sports facilities, private businesses and public sector organisations with potential energy efficiency upgrade projects for 2018 to get in […]

Tipperary Stores Receive Top Honours At The 2017 Londis Retailing Awards

Londis retailers from every corner of the country, including Tipperary descended on Powerscourt Hotel in Co. Wicklow recently for The 2016 Londis Retailing Awards. The Londis Retailing Awards recognise stores that excel across all areas of store performance. This year 85 Londis retailers received Londis Retailing Awards including Aherne’s Londis Thurles and McDermott’s Londis Irishtown, […]

Routine waiting time for South Tipp Audiology Services is now 2 years – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has described the latest waiting list times for routine audiology services in South Tipperary as completely unacceptable and deeply frustrating. Deputy McGrath was speaking after the HSE confirmed to him that there is now a 24 month wait for children and adults seeking to access the audiology services in the Community […]

Lonergan Welcomes Call For Introduction Of Capital Grants Scheme

Independent County Councillor for the Clonmel/Cahir Borough District has welcomed that call for proposals under the Scheme of Capital Grants for Community Facilities & Amenities 2016-2019. According to Cllr. Lonergan, the scheme was developed by Tipperary County Council to provide community-based groups, clubs and voluntary organisations with a fund to support: • Development of “needs-based” […]

End of an era as Gerry Chawke’s Bar goes up for sale after almost 50 years in business

  Iconic Sports Bar Gerry Chawkes in Clonmel, Co. Tipperary is the latest public house to be placed on the market, marking the end of an era after almost five decades behind the bar for renowned publican Gerry and his wife Anne Carew Chawke. Sherry Fitzgerald Power & Walsh are handling the sale and the […]

Varadkar Only Offers Opportunity For Homelessness – Martin Browne

Cllr Martin Browne of Sinn Féin has condemned Taoiseach Leo Varadkar’s alleged “Republic of Opportunity” saying that real employment isn’t being created, and that the homeless figures which continue to increase show the lie behind the propaganda. Speaking at the 2nd March for Change in Clonmel, Cllr Browne said: “Leo Varadkar speaks fine words, and makes a […]

Info Evenings on Sustainable Energy Communities in Clonmel, Cashel and Roscrea

Three Information Workshops for community groups in Tipperary are being held in Clonmel, Cashel and Roscrea to explain the financial and technical supports available under the new ‘Sustainable Energy Communities’ (SEC) Network. The events will take place at 7.30pm at the following dates and venues: Clonmel Community Resource Centre, (Kickham Street) on Wednesday, September 13th; Halla na […]

Tipperary Witnesses Third Highest Commercial Vacancy Rate Increase In Country – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has described as extremely alarming the latest statistics which show that the level of vacant commercial properties in County Tipperary now stands at 14.5%, up from 12.7% in 2016. Deputy McGrath was speaking after the figures release by GeoDirectory and DKM Economic Consultants also show that Clonmel now has a commercial […]

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