Tipperary Agricultural College Scoops National Award

Gurteen College were crowned Energy Team of The Year at last night’s 2018 SEAI Sustainable Energy Awards which took place in the Mansion House, Dublin. Gurteen fought off competition from Musgrave and the Dublin Airport Authority to scoop the award. The college is a registered charity founded in 1947 and offers a range of recognised […]

Ryans Cleaning Are Cleaning Up With National And Regional Award Wins

It’s been a busy time for Ryans Cleaning, the Thurles based events cleaning specialist firm has won two prestigious awards nationally and regionally and sponsored a significant environmental event hosted by the Tipperary Green Business Network at The Horse and Jockey Hotel also. The first honour came in the form of an ICCA Award at […]

Senator Frances Black In Nenagh: ‘Ireland Must Act On Palestine’

Independent Senator Frances Black is coming to the Abbey Court Hotel in Nenagh to speak about Palestine and her Occupied Territories Bill 2018. The bill seeks to ban trade in goods produced in illegal Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian West Bank.   It passed an historic first vote in July, and will return to […]

Tipperary Man Named Young Racing Driver Of The Month

Rob Parks Junior from Ballina, Co Tipperary, has been selected as the Young Racing Driver of the Month for September. The 16 year-old took a win and a second place in the Ginetta Junior races at the Leinster Trophy meeting at Mondello Park to score his fourth victory of the year. Combined with his other […]

Asthma Society Warns People In Tipperary To Avoid Bonfires This Halloween

Keep your child safe from Bonfires and Fireworks this Hallowe’en – Asthma Society ~ Asthma tips – Avoid a Potentially Fatal Asthma Attack during Bonfire Season ~ ~Asthma Society warns 15,377 people in Tipperary to stay clear of Bonfires and Fireworks this Hallowe’en ~ Smoke from bonfires and fireworks can lead to serious breathing difficulties […]

Pat Kinevane’s New Play “Before” At The Source Arts Centre

Before Written & Performed by Pat Kinevane Directed by Jim Culleton   Pat Kinevane is one of Ireland’s finest actors, and the man behind a trilogy of plays that explore what it is to be marginalised, a person on the edge, a person on the outside looking in. A multiple award-winner, Pat Kinevane has a […]

Wish Upon One4all This Christmas

One4all launches competition calling on people in Tipperary to submit their Christmas wishes! ‘Tis the season to be jolly and this Christmas, One4all is giving the people of Tipperary another reason to be merry with the launch of its annual Christmas Wishes competition! Ireland’s leading gift card company is pledging to spread an extra sprinkle […]

Two Tipperary Volunteers Attend National Foroige Conference

Foróige volunteers from all over Ireland gathered in the Hotel kilkenny for Foróige’s annual volunteer conference. Treasa Smith & Gail O’ Sullivan attended from Tipperary.   Foróige has over 5,500 volunteers working in its 600 youth clubs, 160 projects and programmes such as the Aldi Foróige Youth Citizenship Programme; Leadership for Life; Be Healthy Be […]

Tipperary GAA Scene

PRO Joe Bracken COUNTY SENIOR HURLING FINAL DAY   It all comes down to the main event on Sunday next October 21st, as the county’s club hurling calendar showpiece event, the Tipperary Water Senior Hurling Final for the Dan Breen Cup will be fought out in Semple Stadium at 3:30pm between Clonoulty-Rossmore and Nenagh Éire […]

Betting Tax Hike Will Cause 352 Job Losses In The South East

The Government’s proposal to hike Betting Tax by 100pc will cost 352 jobs in the South West, according to an analysis by the Irish Bookmakers Association (IBA). Based on its engagement with members since Budget 2019 was announced last Tuesday, the IBA estimates that six bookmakers shops will close permanently in Carlow, seven will close […]

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