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Aidan Dwyer

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Little evidence of ‘decoupling’ as greenhouse gas emissions on the rise

Significant greenhouse gas emission increases were recorded across all the main sectors in 2015, particularly Energy Industries, Transport, Agriculture and Residential; Agriculture emissions...

Top weekend for Tipp Rugby

In what turned out to be a disappointing for our Hurling Supporters here in Tipperary.  Tipperary’s Rugby players woke up Monday morning with some...

Tipperary Rugby Review 21/09/14

Senior Rugby – Ulster Bank Division 2A Pride of place in Tipperary Rugby, well and truly goes to the Nenagh Ormond Senior XV, who began...

Tipp to Perth – The Rugby Experience

When I first decided to write this piece, I wanted to portray my rugby experience in Perth but what I ended up doing was...

Tipperary Rugby in Full Flow

Senior Rugby – Ulster Bank Division 2A With all our Rugby teams in Tipperary now back in full flow, our two senior teams, Nenagh Ormond...

A Look at Tipp’s Professional Rugby Stars – Part 1 –...

As the Rugby clubs in Tipperary begin to come out of hibernation in preparation for the rigours of their respective leagues, whether at junior...

How Garth Brooks Concert ordeal resembles Saipan

While sitting here in the comfort of my sitting room, laptop on my knees, cup of green tea on the coffee table, I am...

Tag Rugby Fever Hits Nenagh & Thurles

For those with an interest in Rugby or looking for something different to do during the summer, look no further than Nenagh and Thurles...

Huge Boost for Tipperary Sport

Personally, I am never one to pay much attention to politics or let the goings on in the Dáil or local councils affect me...

Back to their Roots Rugby in Tipperary

In a week that has started with former Munster and Ireland prop Tony Buckley ending his professional career and returning to his boyhood club...