Reduced VAT Rate Results In New Jobs In Tipperary

In Q1 2018 alone, 171,700 workers were employed directly in the Accommodation and Food Services sector and the total gross annual wage paid to those workers was €3.98 billion. In Q1 2018, it is estimated that 5,790 workers were employed directly in the Accommodation and Food Services sector in County Tipperary. Total employment in the […]

Stand Out In A World Of Uniform With Life Style Sports

Ireland may be in the height of a heatwave, but with September looming, now is the time to get one step ahead and start thinking about Back to School shopping. With school dress code rules, expressing your personal style can be a challenge, but Life Style Sports, Ireland’s largest sports fashion retailer, is here to […]

Tipperary GAA Scene

By PRO Joe Bracken BORD GAIS ENERGY U21 HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP Knowing only a top rate display would see them through, the Tipperary U21 team delivered the performance required to see them reach the Bord Gais Energy All-Ireland Under 21 Hurling Championship Final following their 3-17 to 1-17 defeat of Galway in the semi-final in the […]

Irish Cancer Society To Hold Its Annual Conference For Cancer Survivorship

The Irish Cancer Society has officially launched its annual free conference for cancer survivors and their families, entitled Living Well with Cancer. This year’s conferences will take place in Galway on 15 September at the Clayton Hotel, Ballybrit, and in Cork on 22 September at the Clayton Hotel, Sliver Springs.Up to 800 cancer patients, survivors and their supporters from across […]

Tipperary Libraries Summer Book Bus

Tipperary Summer Book Bus is taking to the road again next week with a new set of Storytime puppets. Last week Goldilocks and the Three Bears came along for the ride, with children using the puppets to produce very interactive and hugely entertaining Storytime sessions. Next week The Billy Groats Gruff and the ferocious troll […]

Countdown On For Tipperary To Enter All-Ireland Dairy Cow Contest

With less than a month to go to Ireland’s top Holstein Friesian pedigree dairy contest, the countdown is on for Co. Tipperary dairy breeders to represent their county and enter the Diageo Baileys Irish Champion Cow by the closing date of 10th August.   The organisers say that the strong turn-out of previous and new […]

UK Endurance Call-Up For Tipperary’s Drought

Nicole Drought, from Roscrea in Tipperary, will travel to the UK this weekend to make her UK Race debut at the famous Snetterton Race Circuit. She has been invited to join the Preptech UK team at the Citroen C1 Challenge Snetterton 3 Hour race. Preptech UK are a professional motorsport team, who run cars successfully […]

Jake Carter Autumn Tour 2018 At The Source Arts Centre

Pop sensation and winner of Dancing With The Stars 2018 – Jake Carter has taken the Irish pop music scene by storm since his launch on Irish national television back in 2017, and now he is thrilled to be announcing a brand new tour this Autumn! Jake has quickly developed a name for himself as […]

Energy In Agriculture 2018 Launched

On Tuesday, 21st August Gurteen Agricultural College in Co Tipperary will play host to thousands of farmers and industry representatives during Energy in Agriculture 2018 which was launched this week by Minister for Communications, Climate Action, and Environment, Denis Naughten TD. Energy in Agriculture 2018 will explore the latest renewable energy opportunities to use clean […]

Mayday Callout For Lough Derg RNLI

At 2.12pm today Derg RNLI to launched following a Mayday relay from Valentia Coast Guard to assist two people reported to be in the water after their 28ft cruiser was taking on water and sinking. Valentia Coast Guard gave co-ordinates to the lifeboat, which located the casualty vessel in Cloondevaun Bay, at the northeastern shore […]

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