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Up the hill Jackie a new play by Áine Ryan

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberUp the hill Jackie a new play by Áine Ryan Debut show at The Source Arts Centre Thurles on Saturday 14th January 2017 at 8pm This is the third play by Áine Ryan. The plot revolves around two sisters who have lost their parents in a car accident and are living with their aunt and cousin ...

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Dundrum AC Report 13/12/2016

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberNATIONAL NOVICE AND UNEVEN AGE JUVENILE CHAMPIONSHIP The National Novice and Uneven Age Juvenile Championships were held in Dundalk, Co Louth on Sunday the 11th of December. We had 3 athletes compete at these Championships. Shane Buckley had a fantastic race to place a very strong 7th the Boys U11 race, winning a medal by being ...

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Moyne Templetuohy GAA Notes 13/12/2016

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberDraw the Joker: Jackpot of €2300 was not won this week. Winners are as follows €100 Adam Jones, €25 Fergus Whelan, €25 Eimear Everard. Thanks to all who buy tickets every week and by doing so you are supporting the Senior, Juvenile and Ladies Football Club. Tickets can be purchased in Everards, Campion’s, Duffes, Quinlans, Post ...

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Borrisoleigh Students Win European Final

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberOn Tuesday last St. Joseph’s College Borrisoleigh students, Laura Hutchinson and Antoinette Atik departed Dublin for Belgium. The CommOcean conference was being held in Bruges for two days and at the end of the conference the winner of the Dr Mario Ruivo Prize was to be announced. This competition, which is run by Europe every four ...

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TY Trip to the Big Musical

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberOn Thursday, 10 December TY students enjoyed a festive day in Dublin, taking in some shopping , sightseeing and generally absorbing the Christmas atmosphere of our capital city. The highlight of the day however was attending the musical “Big” in the Bord Gais Energy Theatre. Expectations were high with prominent stars, Jay Mc Guinness (of the ...

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Mick Roche RIP – Funeral Arrangements

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberIt is with great regret and sadness that we learned of the death today of former Tipperary hurler Mick Roche aged 73. Hailing from the Carrick Davins club in South Tipperary, Mick Roche was widely renowned as the one of the greatest midfielders and centre-backs to line out for his county during an inter-county senior playing ...

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Christmas Has Come Early To Cahir

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberChristmas has come early to Cahir this year with a major upgrade of the town’s seasonal lights. This enormous project was undertaken by Cahir Development Association, Cahir Tidy Towns and the Promoting Cahir Group. Nellie Williams of CDA took on the task of purchasing the lights and overseeing the project. The funding came by way of ...

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Christmas with Cahir

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberThe Christmas spirit is building in Cahir and Santa has committed to four dates at his busiest time of the year. Santa, along with Mrs. Claus and the elves will be in Santa’s Grotto at Cahir Tourist Office from 2pm – 5pm on the 10th, 11th, 17th and 18th December. Admission is €5 which includes a ...

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“EPA confirms Tipperary remains ‘High Priority’ for Radon gas reductions,” Mattie McGrath

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberIndependent TD Mattie McGrath has called on the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and the Environment Denis Naughten to introduce a grant support for residents of counties deemed ‘High Priority’ with respect to excessive Radon gas emissions. Deputy McGrath was speaking after the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) confirmed that County Tipperary remains an area of significant ...

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“Government set to clarify concerns around composition of Citizen’s Assembly,” Mattie McGrath

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberIndependent TD Mattie McGrath has welcomed confirmation from the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Pascal Donohoe that concerns around the composition of the Citizens Assembly will be investigated by the Department of the Taoiseach. Deputy McGrath was speaking during a Topical Issue debate where he raised the issue of a democratic deficit at the heart ...

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