Borrisoleigh Cows wondering who is going to milk them if the lads win on Sunday

  In an exclusive interview with TippTatler.ie, on the condition of anonymity, cows around the Borrisoleigh area have expressed a deep concern over milking on Monday next, the day after Borris-Ileigh GAA face Ballyhale Shamrocks in the All Ireland Club Hurling Final. Speaking to our reporter Daisy (not her real name) said “It’s not that […]

€7,505 EuroMillions Win For Tipperary Punter

€7,505 EuroMillions Win For Tipperary Punter Three numbers in the EuroMillions Plus draw on Friday were lucky for one punter from Co Tipperary after they landed an incredible sum of cash. The anonymous punter placed a fiver treble in a local BoyleSports shop in the county to try and overcome the mammoth odds of 1,500/1 […]

Tipperary GAA Members Draw January 2020 Draw Results

Tipperary GAA Members Draw January 2020 Draw Results Held on Friday 10th January in Louis McCormack Bar, Abbeyville, Lorrha, with Lorrha GAA Club. Prize Draw No. Name Club 1 Skoda Fabia / Renault Clio or €15,000 D936 PAT STAPLETON GOLDEN/KILFEACLE 2 Holiday or €5,000 D412 ALAN O BRIEN EMLY 3 €4,000 Lotto Jackpot NOWINNER 3,10,16,24 […]

Early Election Expected – Statement by Michael Lowry T.D.

Statement by Michael Lowry T.D. My assessment of the present political circumstances leads me to the firm conclusion that the current Dail will not be given an opportunity to debate a confidence motion in Health Minister Simon Harris. Dail procedures dictate that this confidence motion will not be heard until February 5th.  I expect the Taoiseach will exercise […]

What makes a House a Home? Check out these Weird and Wonderful Homes around the World

We are familiar with various TV programmes showcasing some amazing homes and unbelieveable renovations. We either sit back looking in sheer awe at these magnificent homes or scratch our heads in bewilderment wondering what the attraction is to the inhabitants.   There is no doubt about it, everybody has their own unique tastes and desires […]

Tipperary households urged to switch to Community Power, Ireland’s first community owned electricity supplier

Tipperary households urged to buy locally produced renewable electricity. Do you know where your electricity comes from? Who is producing the electricity that powers your lights, TV, fridge etc.? This is something that most of us don’t even think about. However it’s something that Tipperary based Community Power want to change. You can now choose […]

Our First Victory! Beware of the Risen People – Seamus Healy TD

Our First Victory! Beware of the Risen People – Seamus Healy TD Statement by Seamus Healy TD “OUR FIRST VICTORY! BEWARE OF THE RISEN PEOPLE Whatever way Charlie Flanagan and the government or the media wish to present today’s capitulation on the RIC commemoration, it is a definite victory for people power. Sincere thanks to […]

Government U-Turn on RIC Commemoration a victory against appalling political arrogance – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has welcomed the decision of the Minister for Justice, Charlie Flanagan, to defer the proposed state commemoration of the Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC). Deputy McGrath was speaking after Minister Flanagan was forced into the humiliating political climbdown following significant national outrage at the planned event: “This is a victory against the […]

€600,000 investment in Tipperary Town Technology Park

Deputy Michael Lowry has stated he is delighted to confirm that under the Regional Enterprise Development Fund, Tipperary Town Technology Park has been allocated €500,000. Tipperary County Council will provide an additional €100,000 giving a total investment of €600,000 in the project This fund will provide for a full upgrade of existing technology. It will […]

RIC Commemoration betrays the depths of Fine Gael’s identity crisis – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has described the proposed State commemoration for members of the Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) and Dublin Metropolitan Police (DMP) who were killed during the War of Independence as a significant act of cultural and historical insensitivity. Deputy McGrath was speaking after the Mayors of Clare, Galway City and the Lord Mayor […]

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