Power to the People! Tipperary Communities Take New Step to Tackle Climate Change

  Energy Communities Tipperary Cooperative (ECTC) is taking a new step to tackle climate change with the appointment of Derry O Donnell as Development Coordinator. Derry will be engaging with and recruiting new energy communities and promoting Ireland’s first community owned electricity supplier ‘Community Power’, who are part-funders of the role.   A native of […]

Cahir named National Category Winner at 2019 Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards – Nenagh named Regional Runner Up

Cahir was announced as the National Category Winner for towns of its size at this year’s Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards, taking home a trophy and a cash prize of €13,000. In addition, Nenagh was announced as a Regional Runner Up in its size category, receiving a cash prize fund of €2,000.   The annual […]

Cashel allocated funding through new €15.5m Fáilte Ireland Destination Towns Scheme

Cashel in Co. Tipperary will be allocated significant funding by Fáilte Ireland to develop its potential as a tourism ‘destination town’.   The funding has been allocated through Tipperary County Council as part of the €15.5million ‘Destination Towns’ initiative launched earlier this year by the National Tourism Development Authority.   The Destination Towns project in Cashel will […]

Grounded – An occasional column by Grace O’Sullivan – mother, environment & peace activist, ecologist, MEP

Grounded – An occasional column by Grace O’Sullivan – mother, environment & peace activist, ecologist, MEP Grace O’Sullivan, a mother of three from Tramore, Co.Waterford, has led a rich and varied life. From the age of 21, she spent 20 years working with Greenpeace and was a crew member of the Rainbow Warrior when it was […]

Green Guru Michael Kelly shares tips on how we can all enjoy a Greener Christmas

Founder of GIY Michael Kelly along with Muireann Ní Chíobháin have a new book out. It is beautifully illustrated by Fatti Burke and aims to teach children how to grow and cook food as well as live more sustainably. They are sharing some of their top tips on how we can all have a more […]

Shop Local Tipperary – New Initiative to remind us of the many benefits of shopping locally

Shop Local Tipperary is a new initiative by Tipperary County Council designed to raise awareness of the many great businesses on our doorstep and to remind us of the many benefits of shopping locally.   Pat Slattery, Director of Services with Tipperary County Council explains the thinking behind the new campaign “It is very important […]

National Broadband Plan Is To Invest €118m in Tipperary with 10 Special Broadband Connection Points Selected for High Speed Fibre Connection in 2020 – Michael Lowry TD

Deputy Michael Lowry has warmly welcomed the investment of €118 million to connect over 29,600 homes, farms, businesses and schools in Tipperary through the National Broadband Plan. He stated the 10 Broadband Connection Points for Tipperary will be a game changer for the county. Speaking this week Deputy Lowry said; “Broadband is now a vital […]

Tipperary musician Ned Kelly awarded Traditional Irish Music’s Outstanding Contribution Award

  TG4 announces recipients of the 23rd Gradam Ceoil Awards The Outstanding Contribution Award goes to Nenagh’s Ned Kelly. Ned is a four time All-Ireland Fleadh Ceoil-winning accordion player from Ballycommon, Co. Tipperary who teaches music and manages a traditional youth orchestra in addition to running his dairy and beef farm. Kelly’s parents had a love for […]

Borris-Ileigh v Ballygunner Munster Final to be broadcast live on TG4

Borris-Ileigh v Ballygunner Munster Final to be broadcast live on TG4 . TG4 have confirmed that on Sunday the 24th of November there will be a live broadcast of the Munster Hurling Final between Borris-Ileigh and Ballygunner . Borris-Ileigh defeated Cork’s Glen Rovers in the Munster semi final with a scoreline of 1-17 to 3-08. […]

Gourmet Cuisine: Where to Find it in Tipperary

There are so many great eateries in and around Tipperary, and it is easy to find cuisine from pretty much anywhere. But are you looking for somewhere to go when you need to make a meal even more special? For first dates or anniversaries, the average restaurant simply won’t cut it. On these occasions, it […]

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