HypnoSolutions – Achievement Made Simple – Main Street, Templemore

HypnoSolutions opened earlier this year in Templemore.  The Clinic is run by myself, Miriam Dunne Adv.Dip Hypnosis.  I have many years’ experience with Hypnosis having used it to have 3 wonderful birthing experiences and to then study it and begin a career in Hypnosis therapy. Many people have misconceptions about Hypnosis mainly because they have […]

Significant financial reward for County Tipperary people creating new jobs

North Tipperary County Council recently heard from ConnectIreland, a smart Irish initiative that encourages people to use their connections to create new jobs in Ireland. ConnectIreland has been appointed by IDA Ireland to deliver the Succeed in Ireland initiative as part of the Government’s Action Plan for Jobs 2012 that aims to create 5,000 new […]

Devil’s Bit Macra na Feirme

It was a very successfully weekend for Devil’s Bit Macra na Feirme.  On Friday night we hosted the North Tipperary round of the Personality Competitions in Michael Finn’s pub, Templemore. In Macra there are four competitions involved, Mr Personality, Miss Blue Jeans, Miss Macra and Queen of the Land. A large number of Macra members from all […]

Thurles Woman Receives Award for volunteer of The Year

Bernie O’Dowd from Thurles has recieved an Award for being Camogie volunteer of the year 2011. She is pictured here accepting the award from Deirdre Murphy. Development Officer of the Munster Camogie Council. Well done Bernie.

Maura Lennon’s return to Ethiopia with GOAL

Maura Lennon is living proof of the folly of rash categorisation. She is a petit woman, who looks anything but her 48 years: despite most of those years having been spent working in some of the most trying circumstances imaginable. Hers is a bubbly personality: but it masks the steely determination necessary for the selfless, […]

100 year Anniversary of An Iconic Song(It’s a long way to Tipperary)

The Iconic song It’s a long way to Tipperary is 100 years old today. When I spent time in Germany and Scandinavian, I would often be asked where in Ireland I came from, and when I replied Tipperary, I would be met face on with a blast of the songs first line. In wonderful drunken […]

Native Tipperary girl joins Mick Galwey and Irish Business Leaders to Launch Cycle4haiti 2012

Native Tipperary girl joins Mick Galwey and Irish Business Leaders to Launch Cycle4haiti 2012 Over 500 Cyclists Gear Up to Raise €400k for Soul of Haiti Foundation To mark the start of Haiti Week 2012, local Clonmel girl, Isolde Moylan, Soul of Haiti, joined Mick Galwey and An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, T.D to launch the […]

Aglish Old School Project

Well at this stage we are about 2 ½ months into our renovations of the Old School in Aglish. While the weather hasn’t always been favourable to our builder Ken Gleeson & the lads from Curraghamore Carpentry, they have made great progress. From finding a massive beehive in the hall way to re-roofing the school, […]

Survey Shows 40% Of Over 55’s Intend To Take Two Holidays In 2012

An online survey conducted to coincide with the Over 55’s Holiday Show, part of The Holiday World Show Dublin 2012, taking place next weekend at the RDS in Dublin, has shown that over 40% of respondents intend to take two holidays this year, with over 26% intending to take three holidays.  Home holidaying was the most popular […]

Tipperary woman returns from emotional trip to Africa – World Vision Ireland

Tipperary woman, Mary Hayes, has returned to Ireland following an life changing trip where she witnessed the work of World Vision Ireland programmes in Swaziland, Africa. Mary has sponsored a child with World Vision for a number of years and was fascinated to see how sponsorship money is used to improve the lives of so […]

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