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Zeminar in the R.D.S.

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberOn Wednesday the 12th October the TY, 5th and 6th year students had the wonderful opportunity of attending Zeminar in the R.D.S. While the career aspect was covered, it represented just 1 of 8 designated zones, setting Zeminar apart from the traditional careers fair. According to research conducted by Headstrong.ie, anxiety, stress, sleep issues, cyberbullying and ...

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LIT Clonmel Graduate and IBM Product Designer, Sheelagh Carew to host Design Thinking workshops at DesignFest Clonmel

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberTwo interactive ‘Design Thinking’ workshops will be hosted by Sheelagh Carew, Product Designer at IBM as part of DesignFest Clonmel 2016. The day-long workshops will be held at the new Questum Enterprise and Research Centre in Clonmel on Monday 7th and Tuesday 8th November. The workshops are aimed specifically at Transition Year students involved in the ...

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TIPPERARY ALLIANZ CUMANN NA MBUNSCOL REPORT

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberFÁILTE AR AIS Tipperary Allianz Cumann na mBunscol officers would like to welcome back everyone for a new school year and are looking forward to an exciting season of primary school football to come. Schools are asked to send all match reports to assistant football P.R.O. Paudie Fahey,Clerihan N.S., atpaudiefahey@hotmail.com for the duration of the football season. ...

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8 Tipperary Schools get funding for Improvement Works

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp Viber8 more schools across Tipperary will be able to undertake school improvements following the announcement of the Summer Work’s Scheme. Environment Minister Alan Kelly stated “I am delighted that these schools in Tipperary will benefit from the scheme this year. Of the €80 million announced for the multi-annual Summer Works Scheme (2016-2017), €30 million is now ...

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St Joseph’s Borrisoleigh to be Anchor School for Cycle Against Suicide

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberCycle Against Suicide is a national movement which aims to break the cycle of suicide on the island of Ireland by spreading the message that “It’s OK not to feel OK and it’s absolutely OK to ask for help”. This yyear, upwards of 2000 cyclists will participate in a 1400km cycle around time the country to ...

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Ella Hadley Tipperary Champion Speller in 2016 Eason Spelling Bee Competition

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberELLA HADLEY CROWNED TIPPERARY CHAMPION SPELLER IN THE 2016 EASON SPELLING BEE COUNTY COMPETITION Eason is delighted to announce Ella Hadley as the winner of the Tipperary County Bee 2016. The 12 year old from Grange National School, Clonmel, fought off stiff competition from several other spelling enthusiasts and will now be entered into the Provincial ...

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The Doppler Effect and Red Shift

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberBy Aaron Reid, 5th year, St. Joseph’s College, Borrisoleigh One of the topics I have studied this year, that interested me was sound. One of the principles we studied was the Doppler Effect. What is the Doppler Effect and why does it occur daily in our lives without many of us actually understanding what it is. ...

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Roscrea Community Activists to Build Special Needs Swing

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberIn every town around Tipperary, communities try to provide the best facilities for children to play and enjoy themselves in a fun, safe environment. Sadly, children with disabilities are often forgotten in the development of these recreational areas. In Roscrea, community campaigner Wally Kirwan, hopes to change that. Wally has started a campaign to install a ...

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McGrath seeks immediate clarification on future of J-1 Visa

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberIndependent TD Mattie McGrath has called on care taker Taoiseach Enda Kenny to seek immediate clarification from the US Department of State concerning the possibility of a threatened abolition of the J-1 visa. Deputy McGrath was speaking after Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump repeated his commitment to remove the visa program as an entry route for ...

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Black Holes and Singularities

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp Viberby Liam Daly Dooley, 6th year, St. Joseph’s College, Borrisoleigh Since I have started studying physics in school, I have developed an interest in understanding our universe a little better. Most people have a fascination with Black Holes and so I am going to attempt to explain them in my own words. Stephen Hawking has spent ...

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