Clonmel Bridge Centre News 19.02.19

Congratulations to Keith Woodlock, Tony Hanrahan (Fethard Bridge Club), Piotr Lisiak and Leo White (Clonmel Bridge Club) on their recent win in The Tipperary teams competition.     Clonmelonline.com… [more]

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“Taoiseach dodging accountability on knowledge of cost escalation timeline” Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on the Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, to clarify why he has refused to answer a Parliamentary Question that requested the timeline of events for when he was made aware of escalating costs at the National Children’s Hospital (NCH). Deputy McGrath was speaking ahead… [more]

“Taoiseach dodging accountability on knowledge of cost escalation timeline” Mattie McGrath “Taoiseach dodging accountability on knowledge of cost escalation timeline” Mattie McGrath

Open Letter to Minister Simon Harris – Pro Choice

Dear Minister Harris, We are an amalgamation of pro-choice groups, writing to you to express our fear and disappointment that some people are being left behind by the new abortion legislation. Currently, rural abortion provision is sparse. Legislation has not been translated into action. Some counties… [more]

Open Letter to Minister Simon Harris – Pro Choice Open Letter to Minister Simon Harris - Pro Choice

STAG ( South Tipperary Art Group) News 18.02.19

STAG Junior Art Group( ages 9 years to Leaving Certs.)   are now on  mid-term break. The Art session  that finished last Saturday was extremely busy with all the Seniors making Creative Pottery under the guidance of Bobby Harris and all pieces will be fired  and glazed over… [more]

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Chance to Nominate your Unsung Hero in the Community! Eileen Anderson Unsung Hero Award 2019

Mayor of Clonmel Borough District Cllr. Richie Molloy, along with Clonmel Rotary Club President Joe O’ Sullivan has officially launched the 2019 Eileen Anderson Unsung Hero Award, an award that honours people who carry out invaluable voluntary work in their community. The 2019 Eileen Anderson Unsung… [more]

Chance to Nominate your Unsung Hero in the Community!  Eileen Anderson Unsung Hero Award 2019 Chance to Nominate your Unsung Hero in the Community!  Eileen Anderson Unsung Hero Award 2019

Clonmel Parkrun #91 16.02.19

This week 70 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 13 were first timers and 8 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 4 different clubs took part. The event was made possible by 11 volunteers: Mary GAVIGAN • Alan LONGWORTH • Caitlin GREENE • Peter CLEARY • Paula BYRNE… [more]

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Clonmel Bridge Centre News 19.02.19

February 19, 2019

Congratulations to Keith Woodlock, Tony Hanrahan (Fethard Bridge Club), Piotr Lisiak and Leo White (Clonmel Bridge Club) on their recent win in The Tipperary teams competition.     Clonmelonline.com

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“Taoiseach dodging accountability on knowledge of cost escalation timeline” Mattie McGrath

February 19, 2019

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on the Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, to clarify why he has refused to answer a Parliamentary Question that requested the timeline of events for when he was made aware of escalating costs at the National Children’s Hospital (NCH). Deputy McGrath was speaking ahead of Leaders Questions where he is set […]

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Open Letter to Minister Simon Harris – Pro Choice

February 19, 2019

Dear Minister Harris, We are an amalgamation of pro-choice groups, writing to you to express our fear and disappointment that some people are being left behind by the new abortion legislation. Currently, rural abortion provision is sparse. Legislation has not been translated into action. Some counties have no GPs signed up to the service and […]

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STAG ( South Tipperary Art Group) News 18.02.19

February 18, 2019

STAG Junior Art Group( ages 9 years to Leaving Certs.)   are now on  mid-term break. The Art session  that finished last Saturday was extremely busy with all the Seniors making Creative Pottery under the guidance of Bobby Harris and all pieces will be fired  and glazed over the next few weeks. A new term starts […]

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Chance to Nominate your Unsung Hero in the Community! Eileen Anderson Unsung Hero Award 2019

February 18, 2019

Mayor of Clonmel Borough District Cllr. Richie Molloy, along with Clonmel Rotary Club President Joe O’ Sullivan has officially launched the 2019 Eileen Anderson Unsung Hero Award, an award that honours people who carry out invaluable voluntary work in their community. The 2019 Eileen Anderson Unsung Hero Award will be awarded to this year’s recipient […]

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Clonmel Parkrun #91 16.02.19

February 16, 2019

This week 70 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 13 were first timers and 8 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 4 different clubs took part. The event was made possible by 11 volunteers: Mary GAVIGAN • Alan LONGWORTH • Caitlin GREENE • Peter CLEARY • Paula BYRNE • Nell MCCARTHY • […]

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Ss Peter & Pauls Parish Notes 16.02.19

February 16, 2019

Ss. Peter and Pauls, Clonmel Parish Newsletter Sunday 17th February 2019 Canon Brendan Crowley: 61 26292 Fr. Michael Toomey 61 23239 Remember Those Who Died Recently Jim Skehan, Cherrymount, Clonmel. Bridget McGrath Kilmolash Lower, Clonmel. Judy Acheson (née Kennedy) U.S.A. and late of Knocklucas. Burial was in U.S.A. Fred Ahearne, Brookway and late of Slievenamon […]

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Registration open for participation in St Patrick’s Day Parade 2019

February 14, 2019

The Clonmel St. Patrick’s Day Parade start’s at 3.00pm sharp on Sunday March 17th, 2019.  Once again, the gathering area for participants for the parade is Cantwell St (Upper Irishtown). The parade starts at the junction of Cantwell St and proceeds east on to Irishtown, under the Westgate into O’Connell Street, turning North onto Gladstone […]

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