Tipperary News and Events
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The HSE is working with Tipperary University Hospital for the provision of neurology services. Taoiseach Michael Martin said that he acknowledges the need for these services at the hospital and it is actively working to secure this. Speaking in the Dáil earlier this week he said he was confident this would make a significant improvement […]
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Tipperary households had the 8th highest electricity consumption in the country last year. CSO figures show that 359 Gigawatt hours were used in residential properties in the Premier County during 2021. Non-residential usage amounted to 478 Gigawatt hours in Tipp last year which again was the 8th highest consumption in the country. Nationally there was […]
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Today is the last opportunity to register in person for this year’s Darkness Into Light in Nenagh. The 5km walk in aid of Pieta House is taking place on Saturday, May 7th again this year and will be starting and finishing at the Scouts Hall. Nenagh DIL Chairperson, Ryan O’Meara said says the last registration […]
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A local author has published a book outlining 50 of the best walks in Ireland. John G. O’Dwyer from Templemore has been hillwalking, mountain climbing and writing about the Irish outdoors, including contribution to the Irish Times for over 30 years. The book called ” 50 Best Irish Walks – Easy to Moderate” was launched […]
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The body of a woman who died while climbing Galtymore yesterday has been recovered from the mountain. It’s understood she was taking part in one of the many Climb With Charlie events which took place across the country. She became unwell at around 1 o’clock yesterday afternoon on the upper slopes of the climb. The […]
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- Eleven-year-old Tipperary girl sitting the Junior Cert maths paper next month to raise funds for a worthy causeby firstname.lastname@example.org (Rebecca Daly) on May 13, 2022 at 4:28 pm
She has studied the 3-year Junior Cycle Ordinary Maths curriculum in just eight months
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- Lowry: Staff retention issues must be addressed to reduce hospital waiting listsby Sheila Naughton on May 15, 2022 at 2:17 pm
Issues with staff retention must be addressed if waiting lists are going to make progress according to local TD Michael Lowry. He says that a high percentage of young newly qualified Doctors and Nurses choose to leave the country to work abroad after only a short period working within the Irish health system. Last year The post Lowry: Staff retention issues must be addressed to reduce hospital waiting lists appeared first on Tipp FM.
- Two Tipperary students in contention at ‘Young Environmentalist Awards’by Paul Carroll on May 15, 2022 at 12:19 pm
Two Tipperary students have reached the National Finals of the ‘Young Environmentalist Awards’. TY student Louis Ryan of Thurles CBS and Heather Doyle of Loreto Clonmel are in contention for their project titled ‘Our Air – An Analysis Into Which Subgroups Within The Population Of Ireland Are More Susceptible To Health Conditions As A Result The post Two Tipperary students in contention at ‘Young Environmentalist Awards’ appeared first on Tipp FM.
- Funding remains issue for electric vehicle charging points in Tipperaryby Sheila Naughton on May 15, 2022 at 10:53 am
Funding remains the major barrier to installing more Electric Vehicle charging points in Tipperary. Marion O’Neill from the Enviornment Department of the County Council told members this week that they are maximising all opportunities when it comes to funding streams and the opening of a new section in the Department for EV Charging points is The post Funding remains issue for electric vehicle charging points in Tipperary appeared first on Tipp FM.
- A new music festival is coming to Tipperary next yearby Sheila Naughton on May 14, 2022 at 1:54 pm
A new music festival is coming to Tipperary next year. When Next We Meet is a group set up in South Tipp, curated by artists, and created for audiences wanting to connect with the best of Ireland’s music in a meaningful way. Ahead of their festival next year they have organised two separate launch events The post A new music festival is coming to Tipperary next year appeared first on Tipp FM.
- Tipperary councillors urged to invite the IDA for meeting on local projectsby Sheila Naughton on May 14, 2022 at 11:56 am
Tipperary councillors have been urged to invite the IDA for a meeting on local projects. It was announced at the May meeting of the county council that the Advanced Technology Building in Ballingarrane was days away from appointing a consultant. This followed questions about what progress was being made on the site, as well as The post Tipperary councillors urged to invite the IDA for meeting on local projects appeared first on Tipp FM.
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- GAA fans all saying the same thing as Munster minor hurling final settled through ‘cruel’ penalty shoot-outby Dan McCabe on May 12, 2022 at 12:27 pm
GAA fans and legends alike have expressed their consternation for the manner in which the Munster minor hurling final was decided last night. After a thrilling contest, Tipperary and Clare were level at 1-22 to 0-25. However, there was widespread dismay as the contest was decided through a penalty shoot-out instead of a replay. Clare
- Limerick hurler reportedly arrested after pub fight with Tipperary player as county confirm ‘breach of team protocol’by Shane O'Mahony on May 11, 2022 at 10:40 am
A LIMERICK hurler was reportedly arrested after a clash with a Tipperary player last weekend. The Treaty County last night released a statement on Tuesday night saying a player committed ‘a breach in team protocols’. And The Irish Independent are reporting that the individual was involved in a pub altercation just hours after meeting on
- Dessie Hutchinson says Waterford players want to repay Liam Cahill for sticking around with a season to rememberby Dan McCabe on May 11, 2022 at 7:00 am
DESSIE HUTCHINSON says the Waterford players want to repay Liam Cahill’s faith in them by giving him a season to remember. The Déise looked set to lose Cahill over the winter as his home county of Tipperary tried to attract him back to take charge of the Premier hurlers. But rather than succeed Liam Sheedy,
- Urgent plea to help heartbroken Tipp mum-of-seven who lost husband and house in horror fireby Niamh Anderson on May 6, 2022 at 7:02 pm
A MUM-of-seven has been left heartbroken after losing her beloved husband and all of their belongings in a terrifying house fire. Emma Scott, 40, was visiting her older daughter Lauren, with her four young children, when the blaze tore through their family home in Ballingarry, Co Tipperary on February 20. It is thought that Emma’s
- Limerick vs Tipperary free bets and best betting sign up offers for new Irish customersby email@example.com on May 6, 2022 at 10:22 am
LIMERICK and Tipperary meet in round three Munster hurling championships on Sunday. Limerick are 1/8 to get the win at TUS Gaelic Grounds, with Tipperary available at 6/1 with Paddy Power. These two sides have won five of the last six All-Ireland hurling titles between them but there can be no doubt defending two-time champions