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 […]

Tipp Civil Defence Activities Are Being Restricted At Local Authority Not National Level – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on Tipperary Local Authority to explain why it is continuing to restrict the activities of Tipperary Civil Defence at local sporting or community events. Deputy McGrath was speaking after he received a reply to a Parliamentary Question on the matter to the Taoiseach and Minister for Defence Enda Kenny: […]

Community Party Grants Available to Communities #Belonging16

Communities all across Ireland can now avail of grants of €250 to hold a community party during 2016 through The Community Foundation. These community parties are all about belonging and should encourage members of your community to come together and celebrate belonging in your community. #Belonging16 is The Community Foundation’s grants strategy for 2016. Grants will be […]

Ireland’s Energy Challenge – Community Solutions Seminar

Tipperary Green Business Network in association with Tipperary Energy Agency is holding a seminar entitled “Ireland’s Energy Challenge – Community Solutions”. The event will take place in Halla na Féile, Canopy Street, Cashel, Co. Tipperary on March 6th at 8.30am – 1pm. The objectives of this seminar are to engage interested individuals and community representatives in […]

New Minister Alan Kelly could give lifeline to LEADER

Tipperary Sinn Féin spokesperson Cllr Seamus Morris has welcomed the appointment of Alan Kelly as Minister for the Environment as it gives the Labour minister the chance to repeal some of the right-wing laws and decisions enacted by the previous minister, Phil Hogan. Cllr Morris said “The Local Property Tax has imposed a burden on […]

Is Your Local Community Ahead of the Digital Pack? Entries Now Open for the Samsung Digital Media Awards 2014

THE hunt is on for inspiring advocates of the digital age in your local communities across the country as entries open for the Samsung Digital Media Awards 2014.   The Samsung Digital Media Awards 2014 celebrate and showcase excellence within the digital media sector in Ireland. This year organisers have introduced nine new, exciting categories to encompass schools, communities and online bloggers.   […]

North Tipperary Sports Partnership holding a Free Active Leadership training course Saturday 19th October

North Tipperary Sports Partnership is holding a FREE Active Leadership training course this Saturday 19thOctober in Presentation Sports Complex, Thurles, from 9.30am to 5pm.   The Active Leadership Course is an Irish Sports Council programme designed specifically for any community volunteer who is actively involved, or plans to be involved in local youth clubs, community groups, workplace clubs, sports clubs or […]

5,000 euro won by Lattin Cullin GAA

Bringing the community together was the theme for the recent GAA Force competition held by Ulster Bank in which clubs were invited to submit the ideas for upgrading their facilities over the Autumn Bank Holiday. Proud winners in the Munster region and recipients of a €5,000 cheque were Lattin Cullen GAA of Co Tipperary; Siobhan […]

Interested in growing your own food?

First Meeting of GIY Tipperary Town GIY (Grow it Yourself) Ireland is a new not-for-profit initiative that is literally sweeping the nation.  Its objective is to get people who are interested in growing their own food together (in the community and online) on a regular basis to talk, learn from each other and exchange tips, […]