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  • Club Notes 25/02/19

    Club Notes 25/02/19

      U21: Pride of place this weekend goes to our U21 Football team who saw off a strong Drom/Inch team to be crowned Mid Tipperary U21 Football Champions. A point up at the break and a Drom/Inch goal within seconds of the restart made this second half a hard dogged affair with Moyne Templetuohy/Thurles Gaels coming…

  • ‘Brexit: An Analysis of a National Meltdown’ a talk by Dr Brian Lucey: Source Arts Centre, Thurles

    ‘Brexit: An Analysis of a National Meltdown’ a talk by Dr Brian Lucey: Source Arts Centre, Thurles

    Nenagh library is the Europe Direct Information Centre (EDIC) for counties Tipperary, Limerick, Cork and Kerry and as part of our 2019 Programme of Events we are delighted to welcome back Dr Brian Lucey of Trinity College Dublin, School of Business. Dr. Lucey will give a talk entitled ‘Brexit: An Analysis of a National Meltdown’…

  • Healthy Ireland At Your Library Events in Thurles Library

    Healthy Ireland At Your Library Events in Thurles Library

    Over the past number of weeks Thurles library hosted 3 events in association with Healthy Ireland at your Library. Colaiste Mhuire Co-Ed came to the library to take part in our Growing Healthy Eaters talk by Colette Reynolds Child Healthy Eating Specialist. Colette provided different ideas for school lunches and how to prepare a quick…

  • TYRAs Awards Day at Thurles Library

    TYRAs Awards Day at Thurles Library

    On Saturday 16 February Thurles Library was proud to host the first ever presentation ceremony of The Tipperary Young Readers Awards. This initiative is part of our Right to Read campaign and involved 6th Class pupils from schools around the county taking part in a reading challenge that promotes not only reading but also critical…

  • Templemore Library Alzheimer’s Bus

    Templemore Library Alzheimer’s Bus

    The management and staff of Templemore Library would like to acknowledge the cooperation of council staff, An Garda Síochána, local residents and volunteers in facilitating the visit of the The Alzheimer’s Bus to the town, as part of a Healthy Ireland initiative. It was a huge success  and was an example of  the community working…

  • IFA CALLS FOR EXTENSION OF CLOSING DATE FOR BEEP SCHEME

    IFA CALLS FOR EXTENSION OF CLOSING DATE FOR BEEP SCHEME

    IFA National Livestock Chairman Angus Woods has called on the Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed to extend the closing date for the new €40/cow BEEP scheme by a week, to Fri, March 1st. Angus Woods said the original application period was far too short and suckler farmers have to be given adequate time and a…

  • Tipperary SH & SF team news

    Tipperary SH & SF team news

    The Tipperary team to play Kilkenny in their Allianz League Division 1A Round 4 fixture in Semple Stadium on Sunday next, February 24th at 2pm has been announced by manager Liam Sheedy. There are two changes to the starting XV from last week’s fixture as Alan Flynn and Willie Connors both hold their places having…

  • Brexit Update

    In the event of a no-deal Brexit the driving licence of a UK licence holder living here in Ireland will not be recognised and the driver will not be able to continue to drive here in Ireland on that licence. The advice to such drivers is that they should exchange their UK driving licence for…

  • Weekly Club Notes – Feb 22nd 2019

    Weekly Club Notes – Feb 22nd 2019

    ***Kindly Sponsored by Pa’s Bar, Upperchurch*** MINOR FOOTBALL The minor footballers play the next round of the mid championship against Moycarkey/Borris on the first weekend of March CLUB TABLE QUIZ Our annual GAA club table quiz will be held this Sat 23rd in Kinanes at 9:30pm. Prizes on offer and we are hoping for a…

  • STATE AID LIMIT WILL BE INADEQUATE GIVEN WHAT’S AHEAD IN THE EVENT OF A CRASH OUT BREXIT

    STATE AID LIMIT WILL BE INADEQUATE GIVEN WHAT’S AHEAD IN THE EVENT OF A CRASH OUT BREXIT

    IFA President Joe Healy said the EU Commission decision to increase the limit on State Aid for farmers from €15,000 to €25,000 is an important first step in what could be facing farmers in the event of a crash out Brexit, but warned that significantly more funding would be needed in a worst-case scenario. Joe…