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Paddy Ryan

Paddy is your run of the mill, mild mannered lad from Tipperary. His love for sport and competing has brought him to Vienna and Padova as well as many other places to take part in marathons. Paddy loves writing about local politics and current affairs as well as claiming to be a sports guru. Paddy set up the Tipperary Times to bring fresh relevant information to the people of Tipperary and those who have left the green pastures of the Premier County but still want to know whats happening at home.

Common’s Lights come on this Friday

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberThe Commons will finally see some Christmas cheer this year as for the first time, lights will turned on in the village. Cllr Imelda Goldsboro secured the funding for the lights which will be turned on this Friday at 8PM. Riarthóir Na Coimini of The Commons stated “We are pleased to announce that the first Christmas ...

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Brave Borris fall short against St Paul’s of Waterford

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberThe heroics of St Joseph’s in their recent Munster Semi-Final victory were on show again today as they took on a defiant St Paul’s Community College of Waterford today. The match took place in the misty grounds of Cahir GAA, but the conditions didn’t hamper what was to be a fantastic display of hurling. In a ...

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Ballymaloe Cheese Box – a perfect festive selection of the finest Irish cheeses

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberBallymaloe Cheese Box – a perfect festive selection of the finest Irish cheeses, Sheridans crackers and Ballymaloe accompaniments The Ballymaloe Cheese Box is a perfect festive selection of the finest Irish cheese, crackers and Ballymaloe accompaniments that celebrates the rich family tradition of food in Ireland. It makes a great stocking filler, a thoughtful hostess gift, ...

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Calls for Tipperary to be united as one constituency

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberIn the 2016 General Election, we saw Tipperary reunited as a single constituency. While criticized by many, the move was part of a government decision to reduce the number of TD’s in Dáil Eireann. However, in reuniting Tipperary, a large section of North Tipperary was lost of Offaly. Over 10,000 people from north Tipperary were forced ...

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CLÁR Funding for Safety Works in Clonmel Borough District welcomed – Lonergan

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberIndependent Local County Councillor for Clonmel-Cahir Borough District, Martin Lonergan has welcomed the allocation of funding under the CLÁR Scheme to carry out various road safety works in the Borough District. According to Cllr Lonergan over €41,000 has been allocated to road projects outside of schools in the Clonmel and Cahir areas which include the provision ...

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Festive Recipe Perfect for Taste of Roscrea

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberOver 7,000 people descended on Roscrea this weekend at the 5th Annual “A Taste of Roscrea Christmas Festival”. The event ran for 4 days over the weekend with demonstrations by Andrew Rudd, carol singing along with various exhibitors show casing local produce. The success of an event like this depends on the huge support from the ...

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Carrick local asks for help with historical image

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberBy Patsy Travers Mullins‎ Drunkenness was all to common in Ireland in the past and it was no different here in Carrick. Fr. Theobald Matthew temperance reformer launched a campaign to address this problem in 1838. At its height, just before the Great Famine of 1845-49, his movement enrolled some 3 million people, or more than half ...

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Cahir without water due to major leak

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberA major water leak has hit Cahir today. Local Cllr Andy Moloney informed local media this morning that repairs were underway and it was hoped that the issue would have been resolved by mid afternoon. Following failed attempts to repair the leak, Cllr Andy Moloney has informed Tipperary Times that it will now be Monday morning ...

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St Joseph’s extra time heroics see’s them into Munster Final

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberSt Joseph’s College Borrisoleigh 3-19 Colaiste na Trocaire Rathkeale 3-17 Our senior hurlers had to perform heroics last Tuesday to book their place in the Munster final after a nail biting, “come from behind”, extra time thriller. Having enjoyed a relatively easy passage to date, this was the test that really showed what this team is ...

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Group/Private Water Scheme operators are not a soft target – Mattie McGrath

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberIndependent TD Mattie McGrath has said there is mounting frustration being felt in many parts of rural Ireland over the recommendations of the Expert Commission on Water, specifically as they relate to Group and Private Water Scheme Operators. Deputy McGrath was speaking after the Commission strongly recommended that payment for use of water be made through ...

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