Mileage Concerns Holding Motorists Back From Going Electric

A fear of running out of power while driving an electric vehicle is one of the main factors holding motorists back from replacing their petrol or diesel powered car, recent research from the AA has found. In response to a survey of over 3,000 motorists undertaken by AA Rescue, 48.41% of respondents agreed that concerns about […]

Glanbia CountryLife shortlisted in prestigious Irish Loyalty Awards 2019

Votes close online this Thursday, March 21st     Glanbia CountryLife’s Loyalty Scheme has been shortlisted in two categories in the prestigious Irish Loyalty Awards 2019. CountryLife www.countrylife.ie are finalists in the ‘Best Retail (non-food) Loyalty Programme of the Year’ and ‘Best Customer Experience’. But they need the public vote for Best Overall Loyalty Programme. […]

Two Thirds Of People With Asthma In Tipperary Are Not Using Their Inhaler Correctly Putting Them At Risk Of A Potentially Fatal Asthma Attack

The Minister for Health, Simon Harris, the Asthma Society of Ireland and the Irish Pharmacy Union (IPU) have launched an ‘Inhaler Technique’ awareness campaign to encourage people with asthma to ensure that they are using their inhaler device correctly. Two out of three of Tipperary’s 15,337 people with asthma may be unknowingly aggravating their condition […]

Irish Science Fiction and the Joys and Challenges of Translation: A conversation with author and editor Jack Fennell in Cloughjordan

On Saturday, 30 March at 8pm in Sheelagh na Gig bookshop in Cloughjordan, Co Tipperary, ground-breaking writer, editor and translator Jack Fennell discusses the underexplored world of Irish science fiction and fantasy in English and Irish, and the joys and challenges of translating these works. He will be interviewed by Irish teacher, translator, editor and […]

Trailer released for Irish Banking Thriller THE LIMIT OF

Alan Mulligan’s haunting debut drama THE LIMIT OF, featuring rising star Laurence O’Fuarain and an IFTA-nominated performance from Sarah Carroll released it’s trailer today in advance of its Irish cinema release on 5th April. Director Alan Mulligan said ‘After working on the inside of the financial industry for so long, it’s great to have been […]

Tipperary Student Brings Colour to Art Competition

Texaco Children’s Art Competition adjudicator Denise Ferran pictured during judging of entries in this year’s competition, the results of which will be announced mid-April.   In her hand is a Category F (6 years and under) entry by Cathal MacCraith, from Gaelscoil Thiobraid Árann, Baile Thiobraid Árann, entitled ‘Calóga Sneachta Ag Titim…’. Some 1,041 students […]

Tipperary-based company Horan Automation named Outstanding Small Business at the SFA National Small Business Awards 2019

Thurles company Horan Automation was named Outstanding Small Business at the SFA National Small Business Awards 2019 on Thursday, 7 March 2019. Blueacre Technology from Louth won the Overall SFA National Small Business Award 2019. The awards celebrate the achievements of small business in Ireland and recognise the vital contribution of the sector to the […]

Tipperary Breakfast Champions serving up local produce in style countywide!

Start the day the Tipperary way, an exciting initiative where tourism meets food! 32 Food Producers involved in the Network 11 Tipperary Breakfast Champions and growing  Today eleven Tipperary Hotels, Guest Houses, Restaurants and Cafés all join forces with the Tipperary Food Producers Network (TFPN) to launch the Tipperary Breakfast Champions Initiative supported by the […]

Hypocrisy and contradictions galore during Children’s Hospital debate – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has said he is bitterly disappointed at the decision of both Fianna Fail and the Labour Party not to support a Motion calling for the suspension of works at the National Children’s Hospital at St James pending the outcome of an Independent Investigation. Deputy McGrath was speaking after he and members […]

ESB Science Blast Takes Off in Tipperary as Parents of Primary School Kids See Science as Key to Their Future

Limerick and Belfast event follows successful and well-received Dublin event Entire 3rd to 6th classes involved in a non-competitive education programme investigating the science behind a simple question Research with Munster parents reveals: o 77% believe basic scientific knowledge gives their children an advantage in life o 95% want their children to learn science to develop critical thinking and […]

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