Tipperary Locals Make The Shortlist For 2018 Open Eir Silver Surfer Awards

The shortlist for the 2018 open eir Silver Surfer Awards has been announced. Flying the flag for Tipperary at this year’s awards is – Marie Hogan (Birdhill) and Anne Carey (Newport) who have been shortlisted in the “IT Tutor of the Year” category. Now in its ninth year, the Awards recognise and reward the achievements […]

Tipperary Asked To ‘Go Bananas’ In Support Of Temple Street Children’s Hospital

As part of its support for the national drive to encourage healthy eating – especially amongst young and growing children – banana importers Fyffes is hosting National Banana Day which takes place on Wednesday April 18th next. Parents and budding little chefs throughout the county are invited by Fyffes to put their culinary talents to […]

Prioritise Resident Irish Passport Applications – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney, to urgently prioritise passport applications from Irish citizens who are resident within the state. Deputy McGrath was speaking as frustration continues to mount at the severe processing backlog within the passport system: “While I accept that there has been higher than […]

Put On Kettle For Alzheimer Society Of Ireland Tea Day

There are over 1,900 people living with dementia in Tipperary. Alzheimer services in Tipperary include day care, home care, Dementia Adviser and support groups. For everyone person diagnosed 3 people are directly affected.   RTÉ star Dáithí Ó Sé, was all set for afternoon tea with Inès Brophy O’Connor, age 5 on board the Vintage […]

Tipperary GAA Scene

A hurling moonlight symphony, played out in four movements on the expanse that is Semple Stadium, ensured this Allianz League Semi-Final meeting between Tipperary and Limerick will resonate long in the memory as the ancient game edged towards classical status. Tipperary emerged victorious 2-31 to 1-31 following extra time in a match that left the […]

Prolonged Wet And Cold Weather Means A Full Blown Fodder Crisis – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed, to urgently clarify what additional measures he is taking in order to offset the crippling fodder crisis that is afflicting the farming sector. Deputy McGrath was speaking after he called on the Minister to provide details about the […]

Over 1/5th Of Waste In Cashel’s Bins Is Food Waste

The results of the Waste Characterisation Study that was carried out as part of the Zero Waste Cashel project has highlighted some interesting room for improvement. The largest percentage of waste by weight in the general waste bin was food waste at 22%. Paper and cardboard made up 12%, clothes came to 6%, metal 4% […]

Tipperary 1/3 Favourinte To Life Dr Croke Cup

Kilkenny 2/1 To Cause Upset For Tipp, Again Kilkenny secured their spot in the Allianz National Hurling League final after a 1-27 to 2-15 win over Wexford at Innovate Wexford Park. The Cats will now take on Tipperary, who booked their spot in the final following their 2-31 to 1-31 extra time win over Limerick […]

95th General Liam Lynch Memorial Mass

The 95th General Liam Lynch Memorial Mass will take place in Newcastle Church on Sunday, 8th April 2018. The schedule of events will be as follows, 12 noon: Rising of the Tri-colour at Tigh na nDaoine, Community House, proceed to Newcastle Church for 12.30pm Mass celebrated by Fr. Gareth Desmond, PP followed by refreshments in […]

Tipperary Business Leader Set To Drive Changes In Labour Practices

As Ireland nears full employment in the recovery, just under half the workforce are gathering momentum to drive changes to established working traditions to see an end to restrictive and exploitative practices.  Emma D’Arcy, a leading Business and Marketing  Strategist based in Nenagh is leading the call for change by inviting the 1,085,300* women in […]

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