Tipperary GAA Scene

Tipperary GAA Scene By PRO Joe Bracken   MUNSTER MINOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP With a determined fighting spirit the Tipperary minor footballers dug deep in their Electric Ireland Munster Championship semi-final playoff 1 last Wednesday to overcome a resolute Limerick side to claim a four point win 2-12 to 1-11. Kyle Shelly (Moycarkey-Borris) with 2-3 (1-0 […]

Irish Water Displaying Error Of Judgement On Shannon Pipeline Project – McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Eoghan Murphy, and the Head of Irish Water, Jerry Grant, to immediately suspend plans to proceed with the controversial  €1.2 billion Shannon-Dublin Pipeline Project. Deputy McGrath was speaking ahead of a two hour Oireachtas briefing on the matter that he […]

Post Office Deal Must Not Become Trojan Horse For Pillar Banks – McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has said that serious question remain about the long term implications of the proposed deal between An Post and the Irish Postmasters Union (IPU). Deputy McGrath was speaking ahead of a potentially transformative vote on the matter when IPU members met to discuss the planned agreement: “There are many aspects of […]

Borrisoleigh Drama Group Present Wake In The West

Borrisoleigh Drama Group, as always, gave a tremendous performance of the play Wake in The West by Michael J Ginnelly at the weekend. The traditional setting of a rural wake provides the backdrop for this hilarious comedy. Anyone who missed the first two performances has the opportunity to catch this side splitting comedy on Friday […]

Tipperary Man Wins New Subaru Impreza In TG4 GAA Beo Competition

Subaru are delighted to announce that Jason O’Brien from Mullinahone in South Tipperary was the winner of TG4’s GAA Beo competition. He is now the proud owner of an all-new Subaru Impreza. Jason is a proud Tipperary man and is a big follower of the GAA. He came up to Parnell Park to meet Jonny […]

SHOUT! The 60’s Mod Musical

A nostalgic nod to London’s Swinging Sixties. The musical follows five young female subscribers to a fictional magazine called Shout!, “the magazine for the modern woman”, as they come of age during the liberating 1960s that made England swing. From cover to cover, Shout! unfolds like a musical magazine and travels in time through the […]

Source Arts Centre To Present ‘Take Off Your Cornflakes’

Take Off Your Cornflakes should come with a warning. At the very least it should stipulate ‘bring your own supply of tissues.’ Between tears when you want to laugh, and laughing when you want to cry. Experiences with her father inspired actor Rose Henderson to write a play about Alzheimer’s which flipped her parents relationship […]

Ballyhoura International Walking Festival

It’s time to get your walking boots out!  Ballyhoura International Walking festival is here again.  With 23 years experience, they know how to run a walking festival. The bank holiday weekend from Friday 4th May until Monday 7th May in Ballyhoura will be action packed and thought provoking.  Following a short nature trail walk, the […]

Taoiseach’s Message Is Clear: Ministers Free To Support Law Breakers – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on the Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, to reconsider his support for the decision of the Minister for Health, Simon Harris, to campaign with Amnesty International Ireland, despite the organisations open declaration that it will not comply with an adverse ruling made against it by the Standards in Public Office Commission […]

Council Must Urgently Revise Carrick-On-Suir Parking Plans – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on Carrick-on-Suir Municipal Council to immediately suspend plans to revise the current parking arrangements in the town. Deputy McGrath was speaking as frustration continues to develop among retailers and business owners over proposals to remove or reconfigure a significant number of parking spaces within the town: “Proposals to change […]

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