South Wind Trad & Folk Group Clonmel – Charity Busking Gigs

South Wind Trad & Folk Group Clonmel will perform 2 Charity Busking Gigs on Saturday, 16th June, in aid of the "Friends of Bridgewater House and Knocklofty Rural Day Service" On the Saturday morning between 11am and 1 pm, they will perform at SuperValu in the Poppyfields and in the afternoon from… [more]

South Wind Trad & Folk Group Clonmel – Charity Busking Gigs South Wind Trad & Folk Group Clonmel - Charity Busking Gigs

“National Carers Week is an opportunity to express our profound gratitude” Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has expressed his deep admiration and respect for the over 7000 Carers who provide regular unpaid personal help for a friend or family member with a long-term illness, health problem or disability in Co. Tipperary. Deputy McGrath was speaking at the start of National Carers… [more]

“National Carers Week is an opportunity to express our profound gratitude” Mattie McGrath “National Carers Week is an opportunity to express our profound gratitude” Mattie McGrath

Calling all performers – Clonmel Junction Festival 2018

Calling all performers! We're looking for local artists and acts to perform at the #CJAF18 Family Fun Day and Under the Arches at this year's Clonmel Junction Arts Festival. Contact eoinhally@gmail.com for more information Applications from all acts welcome.   For more information on… [more]

Calling all performers – Clonmel Junction Festival 2018 Calling all performers - Clonmel Junction Festival 2018

5th Annual Emergency Services Display Day on Sunday 10th June

The 5th Annual Emergency Services Day will take place this Sunday 10th June at Kickham Barracks from 12-4pm. Almost here again, so spread the word and come along and help us make this the best yet. The fire service will be putting on a display. The Order of Malta will talk to you about… [more]

5th Annual Emergency Services Display Day on Sunday 10th June 5th Annual Emergency Services Display Day on Sunday 10th June

98% NURSES IN TIPPERARY VOTE FOR INDUSTRIAL ACTION – INMO

Nurses working in both St Patrick’s Hospital Cashel and St Anthony’s Unit Clonmel have voted overwhelmingly in favour of industrial action.  The manner of the industrial action is yet to be decided, but it may include a full withdrawal of nurses from these sites unless senior HSE  officials… [more]

98% NURSES IN TIPPERARY VOTE FOR INDUSTRIAL ACTION – INMO 98% NURSES IN TIPPERARY VOTE FOR INDUSTRIAL ACTION - INMO

Launch of County Tipperary Business Awards 2018

Celebrate the best in Tipperary Business 2018! North Tipperary Launch @ Thurles Chamber Enterprise Centre 31/5/2018   Following on from the fantastic success of the 2017 County Tipperary Business Awards, the preparation for the 2018 event will continue with a launch event at the Thurles… [more]

Launch of County Tipperary Business Awards 2018 Launch of County Tipperary Business Awards 2018

THE TIPPERARY EXPO @ MORRISON BMW on Thursday the 24th of May at 4pm

May 15, 2018

     

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Marlfield News 08.05.18

May 8, 2018

Village Meeting A meeting of the Marlfield Village Committee will take place on Monday night the 14th May in st Patricks Chapel Marlfield at 8pm. The agenda will include the villge entry for the annual tidy town’s competition and the bottle bank enhancement. Job Well Done The clean-up of the estate entrance at the top […]

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Maxi Zoo Clonmel promotes new exercise with your pet initiative

May 8, 2018

The pet experts at Maxi Zoo in Clonmel are helping local dog owners to think differently about exercise and to develop new ways of getting into shape for summer in the company of their pet.  “A dog is the best exercise partner you can find and exercising with your pet is one of the most […]

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Lonergan welcomes over €3 million funding to Improve the Homes of Older People and People with a Disability in Tipperary

May 8, 2018

Local Independent Councillor from Clonmel Borough District, Martin Lonergan has welcomed news from Minister for Housing and Urban Development, Damien English, TD has announced that €3,130,163 will be made available in 2018 for Housing Adaptations for Older People and People with a Disabilityliving in private houses.  Commenting on the news Cllr. Lonergan said, “This investment will facilitate changes needed […]

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“One in Five Tipperary children now suffering with Asthma” Mattie McGrath

May 1, 2018

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has described the numbers of people affected with Asthma in County Tipperary as startling and of genuine concern. Deputy McGrath was speaking to mark May 1st as International World Asthma Day: “I must admit that I was shocked to discover the prevalence of the condition among the Tipperary population. The Asthma […]

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Press Statement on Mental Health – Seamus Healy TD

April 30, 2018

Healy says people being failed by our Mental Health System and calls for a big turn-out at Thursday’s meeting in Clonmel’s Park Hotel.   During Leader’s Questions on Thursday 26th of April Deputy Healy said: “Children with Mental Health difficulties and their parents face immense challenges to get an adequate, or indeed any, service. Due […]

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Newsflash! Calling all former STAG members! – South Tipperary Art Group

April 30, 2018

Invitation to former STAG members ,who are presently  pursuing a  Career in any of the Art/Craft disciplines( no matter how tenuous )  to contact the Organiser at 0868096823 regarding STAG’s  50th Anniversary Celebration Exhibition in the Co. Museum in mid June. STAG Committee  intends to display 1 art piece or  photo of  material  from your  present  work […]

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Roadworks at Toberaheena Roundabout – Tipperary County Council

April 30, 2018

Please note a Stop and Go system will be in place at Toberaheena Roundabout from 8am to 6pm Monday 30th April to Thursday 3rd May 2018 to facilitate road re-surfacing works. Please use an alternative route if possible. Tipperary County Council apologies for any inconvenience caused.

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