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Safer Internet Day will be celebrated on 9th February 2016

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberOn Tuesday, February 9th Ireland will join more than 100 other countries in celebrating Safer Internet Day 2016 to promote a better internet. This will be the thirteenth year of the event and this year’s call to action is, ‘Play your part for a better internet’. Safer Internet Day is an EU initiative. It is promoted in ...

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SCÓR AGUS GAELTACHT

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberWe wish all our Scór All Ireland Finalists the best of luck next weekend in Killarney where Katie Shanahan (Boris Ileigh), Portroe Ballad Group and Loughmore Castleiney Tráth na gCeist team all go in search of All Ireland titles. Go néirí go geal leo. Tá éacht déanta acu cheana The date for Tipperary County Scór Sinsear ...

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TIPPERARY ALLIANZ CUMANN NA MBUNSCOL REPORT – Jan 25

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberBY JOHN MANLEY THE SUN SHINES FOR ST. COLMCILLE’S ‘I love it when a plan comes together’ is one of the most famous quotes from the classic series The A-Team. And had B.A. or Murdock been in Templemore last Sunday for the visit of the Tipperary and Offaly senior hurling teams, I’m certain those immortal words would have ...

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Noel Coonan TD Welcomes Funding for Works at CBS Thurles

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberTipperary TD Noel Coonan has welcomed funding for CBS Thurles for external environmental works as part of an announcement of funding under the Emergency Works Scheme. “This is positive news for the staff and pupils of CBS Thurles on Fossa Street and I hope will further enhance their facilities. The announcement follows last week’s news that ...

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It’s Time For Platitude Statements In Relation To Cashel Library To Cease – Lowry

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberDeputy Michael Lowry has called on Tipperary Co. Council and its Chief Executive Joe MacGrath to reverse its decision to change the opening hours of Cashel Library. Deputy Lowry said I have personally written to Tipperary Co. Councils Chief Executive Joe MacGrath requesting a full reversal of the council’s decision. Cashel’s Library service is one which ...

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Lowry Welcomes RSA and ESB Back to School Road Safety Campaign

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberDeputy Michael Lowry welcomes the RSA and ESB Networks Back to School road safety campaign. The two organisation have teamed up to distribute 85,500 High Visibility Vests FREE to every child starting school this year. Schools can now register online for the RSA’s ‘Back to School’ road safety packs which will be sent to primary schools ...

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Cllr Séamie Morris shocked at latest evidence Kelly is uncaring

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberCllr Séamie Morris shocked at latest evidence Kelly is uncaring Cllr Séamie Morris of Sinn Féin has expressed his shock that Minister Alan Kelly hasn’t the courtesy to meet the President of UCD Students Union to discuss housing, even though he is a constituent. Marcus O’Halloran leads the largest Students’ Union in the country, with over 30,000 ...

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Going to College next Year? The SUSI Deadline is fast approaching.. Click here to apply

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberThe SUSI online Student Grant Application System for the 2015/2016 academic year has been open since April. The national student grant awarding body, SUSI (Student Universal Support Ireland), has advised that the closing date for new applications will be the 1st of August. CLICK HERE TO BEGIN REGISTRATION CLICK HERE FOR GUIDE TO APPLYING FOR SUSI ...

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UCD Students’ Union President hits out at “unresponsive” Minister Alan Kelly

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberOp-Ed by Marcus O’Halloran, President of UCD Students’ Union and Tipperary native for Tipperary Times. UCD Students’ Union is the largest students’ union in Ireland. The accommodation crisis in the student market is not a Dublin city issue, it’s a national issue. Nothing could be clearer to me as a Tipp native from a strong rural ...

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Songschool workshops for teens at The Source Arts Centre

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberSongschool – Creative music, songwriting, recording and performing workshop for teens Since 2001, Songschool has encouraged and helped thousands of students write, record and perform their own songs. The Source Arts Centre plays host to this week long workshop this July for 12 to 18 year olds. Songschool is ideal for teens who are interested in writing ...

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