Final Call for Enterprise Ireland’s Competitive Start Fund to accelerate the growth of your start-up

– The final call for All Sectors CSF fast approaches – – Ambitious entrepreneurs and start-ups with an innovative product set for global markets are urged to apply –   Enterprise Ireland’s final Competitive Start Fund (CSF) of 2019 will open to all sectors for applications on Tuesday, September 24th next. The €750,000 fund will […]

Income streaming service launches in Ireland – Instant access to earned wages before payday

Wagestream, the first income streaming app that allows employees to access a percentage of their wages before payday, has officially launched in Ireland. In partnership with Irish employers, Wagestream gives workers instant access to their own earnings at any time throughout the month and aims to remove the need for resorting to credit cards, overdrafts […]

Catch your first fish and learn about Ireland’s freshwater fish species at the National Ploughing Championships 2019

Inland Fisheries Ireland to bring the fisheries resource to the public Visitors to the National Ploughing Championships will be able to catch their first fish as Inland Fisheries Ireland returns with its interactive angling simulator suitable for novices as well as avid anglers! Inland Fisheries Ireland will be located within the Government of Ireland Village […]

Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur Finalists From Tipperary Local Enterprise Office Meet With Ministers #IBYE

The bid to find Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur moves into top gear as candidates prepare for the National Final on 15th September. The Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur (IBYE) National Finalists from Tipperary Local Enterprise Office, Sharon Cunningham and Cathal Bourke, were in Dublin this week to meet with Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather […]

Biggest climate protest in history – Dozens of events planned around Ireland

Student organizers and climate campaigners supporting the School Strikes for Climate have announced their plans for Ireland’s particiaption in the Global Climate Strike on Friday 20th September. Students have so far organized School Strike Rallies for 10 locations around Ireland from Tralee to Dundalk, as well as Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Galway. Adults have signed […]

Arts Council led ‘Creative Schools’ initiative to reach more schools across Tipperary

From this month, pupils at eight more schools in Tipperary will join existing schools from across the county to begin their ‘Creative Schools’ journey. The additional schools chosen to participate in this initiative, from September 2019, are Christian Brothers Primary School, Christians Brother High School, Monard National School, Scoil Mochaomhog Naofa, St. Kevin’s National School […]

Culture night in Thurles – Events at The Source Arts Centre Thurles – Tipperary on Film

The Source Arts Centre is screening a series of short films, music video and documentaries – works created in Tipperary over the past three years – over Culture Night afternoon and early evening – Friday September 20th at the Source Arts Centre. There has been an upsurge in film-making activity in the county with the […]

Minister Creed must support Independent farmer representation at beef talks – Mattie McGrath TD, Carol Nolan TD

Independent TD Mattie McGrath and Independent Offaly TD, Carol Nolan, have called on the Minister for Agriculture, Michael Creed, to facilitate the inclusion of Independent Farmer representatives in any future talks on the beef crisis. The call by the TD’s comes after it emerged that three independent farmer representatives were denied access to discussions aimed […]

Tipperary GAA Scene

PRO Joe Bracken CLUB FIXTURES The FBD Insurance County Tipperary senior and intermediate hurling championships and Seamus Ó Riain Cup were the main focus of attention last weekend as the group stages came to a close. In the FBD Insurance County Tipperary senior hurling championship the top seeds and group winners through to the quarter […]

What Do You Want Your Community To Look Like in 10 Years Time?

Community Wellbeing Vision being developed for Thurles, Templemore and Roscrea Area   The Tipperary PPN (Public Participation Network) is a collective of all the community, voluntary, social inclusion and environmental groups in Tipperary. Established in 2014, the PPN provides the community voice on Tipperary County council committees. It also runs training courses for member groups […]

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