To the Moon, Mars and Beyond: NASA talks living on the moon at Dublin Tech Summit Virtual #DTS21

The Artemis Programme was top of the agenda for Dr. Douglas Terrier, Chief Technologist of NASA, at today’s Dublin Tech Summit Virtual. Along with discussing the programme, Dr. Terrier touched on sustainable exploration and the future of living on the Moon and Mars, and how close they are to that becoming a reality. Over 5,000 […]

Lough Derg RNLI launched to assist 2 people on a 32ft cruiser aground by the entrance to Terryglass Harbour, at the northern end of Lough Derg.

On Wednesday evening June 17, Valentia Coast Guard requested Lough Derg RNLI lifeboat to launch to assist two people on a 32ft cruiser aground close to the entrance to Terryglass Harbour, at the northern end of Lough Derg.   At 6.48pm the RNLI lifeboat Jean Spier launched with helm Eleanor Hooker, Steve Smyth, Joe O’Donoghue […]

€625,000 funding opportunity for innovative Irish businesses in the Circular Economy

 The EPA’s Green Enterprise: Innovation for a Circular Economy fund worth €625,000 is now open for applications. Applications for project funding in the range of €50k to €100k are invited, to support Irish businesses develop circular solutions in product and service design, production, distribution, use of resources – including raw materials and waste reduction. The fund is […]

Irish Water carrying out works to safeguard water supplies to customers in the Coalbrook area

Irish Water is working in partnership with Tipperary County Council to safeguard water supply to the Coalbrook Public Water Supply, which serves approximately 1,200 customers in Coalbrook, Ballinastick, Earlshill, Ballincurry, Glengall, Ballingarry and surrounding areas. There have been a number of disruptions to the supply in recent weeks due to a drop in water levels […]

Worrying Shortfall of Important Nutrients among Irish Teenagers

The Irish Universities Nutritional Alliance (IUNA) have just released new findings from their latest study, which reported on the dietary intakes of 428 Irish teenagers aged 13-18 years. Inadequate intakes of a number of important nutrients were reported, with a particularly high percentage having inadequate intakes of calcium (51%) and vitamin D (94%). Inadequacies were […]

Minister Mary Butler launches new ALONE services in Tipperary and Waterford

ALONE, the organisation that supports older people to age safely and securely at home, has launched a series of new services in the South of the country; The Good Morning South Tipperary service and the Waterford Contact Services project were launched yesterday by Minister for Mental Health and Older people, Mary Butler, TD. Also present […]

Tipperary students and employers can create jobs through accounting apprenticeship

Tipperary students have been encouraged to apply for a national accounting technician apprenticeship programme – which will create jobs in the region as part of 125 positions nationally. And local employers have been encouraged to sign up for the scheme to avail of a Government annual base grant per-registered apprentice from early 2022. The Accounting […]

Lough Derg RNLI launched to assist 4 people on a 35ft cruiser with fuel problems above the Goat Road on the eastern shore of Lough Derg

Earlier this evening, Friday June 11, Valentia Coast Guard requested Lough Derg RNLI lifeboat to launch to assist four people on a 35ft cruiser with fuel problems. The vessel was reported to be near Navigation Mark F, north of the Goat Road on the Tipperary shore.    At 5.05pm the lifeboat Jean Spier launched with helm Owen […]

Tipperary Grower Welcomes First Strawberries of the Season

Strawberries – the taste of summer, packed full of nutritional goodness!   #CelebrateStrawberrySeason #BestInSeason As we mark the arrival of summer, Ireland’s strawberry growers welcome one of the nation’s favourite summer fruits, the delicious strawberry. The ‘Celebrate Strawberry Season’ campaign organised by Bord Bia in partnership with the Irish Soft Fruit Growers Association and the […]

Give the gift of freedom this Father’s Day with the ‘Go Anywhere Gift Card’ from Irelandhotels.com

With hospitality opening back up and most of us ready with bags packed eager to rediscover all that Ireland has to offer, what a thoughtful way to show your love this Father’s Day than with a ‘Go Anywhere Gift Card’?   With so many missed celebrations to make up and plan for the ‘Go Anywhere […]

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