Five Steps to Support Farming’s Contribution to Climate Action – IFA

IFA has called on Government to take the following steps in support of farming’s contribution to climate action: Establish a cross-sectoral implementation group, including IFA, to mobilise Government Departments and the State’s advisory, scientific and economic development agencies to maximise the delivery of the emissions reductions identified by Teagasc in their recent climate abatement report. Work […]

Lough Derg RNLI takes receipt of a new lifeboat, an Atlantic 85 B911 ‘Jean Spier’

At 4pm today, November 12, Philip and Sue Cracknell delivered Lough Derg RNLI’s new lifeboat, the Atlantic 85 B911 Jean Spier to the Station. At 6pm, the first group of volunteer crew went afloat with their Trainer Assessors Helena Duggan and Stephen McNulty. Crew will train in three hour shifts everyday this week. On Saturday, […]

IFAC calls for issues to be addressed urgently or it could cost young farmers thousands in lost relief

Ifac, the professional services firm for the Irish farming, food and Agri business sectors today called on changes to be made to the draft Finance Bill 2018. The Bill, as currently drafted, contains provisions that would be devastating for young farmers if not addressed before the bill becomes law. The issues are as follows: Currently a lifetime ceiling of […]

Clonoulty Rossmore Parish Sale of Work 25th November

 The Clonoulty Rossmore Sale of Work will now take place on Sunday 25th November. There will be a Monster auction, teas and buns all day and much more. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Prediabetes & Type 2 Diabetes Education Course in Templemore 28th November

With World Diabetes Day falling annually on November 14th, Diabetes Ireland urges those with the condition to avail of information, education, and supports provided to help in better managing the condition. As more and more people are being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, all hospitals and GP practices are struggling to cope with the number […]

Almost 2,000 Tipperary students participated in the Green-Schools water theme

Following the drought of summer 2018 Irish Water is delighted to once again sponsor the An Taisce Green-Schools water theme for the sixth year running. School children across Ireland saved over 389 million litres of water last year, the equivalent of over 450 million cups of coffee, due to their participation in the Green-Schools programme. […]

Peter Mark opens newly refurbished salon in Clonmel

Peter Mark has officially opened the doors to its newly refurbished salon in Market Place Shopping Centre, Clonmel.   Featuring a contemporary yet minimalistic look, the newly refurbished salon incorporates soft ceramic and classic glazed finishes, in line with the Peter Mark signature style. The welcoming reception area includes a vast range of hair care […]

Tipperary-based Arrabawn targeting business in Indonesia & Malaysia

Over 120 Indonesian and Malaysian food manufacturers, importers, retailers and foodservice operators will join Bord Bia and the Department of Agriculture over the course of two days at Bord Bia seminars to generate new business opportunities for Irish dairy exporters in the region. Bord Bia’s Origin Green Dairy Seminars, in Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur respectively, […]

Healy Introduces Emergency Housing Bill 2018

On Thursday last, Deputy Seamus Healy introduced the Housing Emergency Measures in the Pubic Interest Bill (HEMPI) 2018 to Dáil Éireann. This Bill seeks to declare formally the housing and homelessness crisis a national emergency. The Bill provides for the delimiting of the rights of landlords, banks and finance houses, including vulture funds, in order […]

St. Joseph’s College Borrisoleigh Music Trip and U15 Hurling Blitz

2nd Year Music Class trip. Our 2nd Year Music students spent a very enjoyable day in Cork recently, where they attended the Cork Pops Orchestra concert in City Hall. They also managed to get in a visit to the renowned English Market and a spot of shopping. A thoroughly rewarding experience for many of the […]

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