Lough Derg RNLI Assist 2 People on Stranded Boat

Lough Derg RNLI lifeboat was dispatched to locate a casualty vessel with 2 people on board. The casualties were stranded close to the shore in a sandy area of Youghal Bay after their boat’s engine failed. The lifeboat navigated a safe course to the stranded vessel and the passengers were told to reboard their boat. […]

Childline launch ‘Monster Spray’ campaign

Childline has launched a campaign to highlight the difficulties faced by many Irish children during the Summer months. Summertime can be difficult for many Irish children when they have to leave their friends and teachers who are often the only ones, they can confide in.  The Childline by ISPCC campaign titled ‘Monster Spray’ depicts an […]

Tipperary school announced as part of pilot physical education programme

Clonoulty National School has been selected as one of the 24 schools across the country that will receive funding to implement a new programme focused on physical activity in teaching and learning. Under the new pilot programme the grant designated to Clonoulty National School will be used to introduce a project titled: Run, Learn, Explore: […]

IFA President Says Passing of Nature Restoration Law No Surprise

Francie Gorman has reacted to the passing of the Nature Restoration Law by the EU Council of Environment Ministers this morning. In response to the passing of this, the President of the IFA had this to say:   “It was always likely that the law would pass once the EU elections were over. Farmers will […]

Rise of the Independent Consumer as Cost of Living Continues to Top the Agenda – EY Future Consumer Index

According to the latest EY Future Consumer Index the cost of living is still at the top of the pressures weighing on Irish consumers’ minds. Almost 62% of Irish households are extremely concerned about the cost of living, outweighing concerns around geopolitical conflict (39%), climate change (38%), personal finances (36%) and the economy (33%). The […]

IFA to Host Online Quad Safety Training Information Meeting

On Tuesday June 25th at 8pm, the IFA will host an online information webinar to raise awareness among farmers about their quad safety training course to encourage farmers to complete this course. The webinar will cover the areas of basic quad safety training, new regulations, an overview of the training course and any other information […]

Nenagh Arts Centre host ‘Irish Tea Party’ exhibition

On June 4th Nenagh Arts Centre (E45 NX26) launched an exhibition of work from a group of artists tutored by Melissa Ryan and supported by Tipperary Community Education. The exhibition titled ‘Irish Tea Party’ will showcase the artists’ unique works relating to the country’s favourite beverage – Tea! The works have been created using mixed […]

Measures to speed up climate transition approved by Government

New Accelerating Renewable Electricity Taskforce Implementation Plan focused on speeding up delivery of Ireland’s renewable electricity Amendment to Environment Bill 2024 will streamline and speed up EPA licence consents The Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications, Eamon Ryan, has received government approval for two memos which focus on streamlining and speeding up Ireland’s delivery […]

Re – turn announce partnership with six children’s charities

Six of Ireland’s Children’s charities have come together for a nationwide campaign in conjunction with the Re–turn scheme. Barnardos Ireland, Barretstown, Jack and Jill, LauraLynn Children’s Hospice, Childline by ISPCC and Make – A – Wish Ireland. The campaign ‘Return for Children’ will work with large scale events such as festivals, concerts and sporting events. […]

Dublin Zoo announces Dads Go Free offer for Father’s Day

The team at Dublin Zoo are inviting families to celebrate Father’s Day with them on Sunday the 16th of June. As part of this they are offering a deal for families, Dads go free! Visitors to the zoo can avail of one free adult ticket when they purchase one adult or child ticket online. On […]

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