True Tipperary hurling fanatics in particular, of which there are no shortage, will not want to miss the chance to view the only really significant painting with a GAA hurling theme, presently in the ownership of the Irish State, which has just gone on public exhibition at the Hugh Lane Gallery in Dublin’s Parnell Square.
Teresa & Gerard Shorley
Warm Irish sunshine beamed brightly down on at least one very happy local Tipperary couple yesterday.
The very lovely Miss Teresa Keane, daughter of Breda and Thomas Keane, Holycross, Thurles, Co Tipperary and Mr Gerard Shorley, son of Joan and Seamus Shorley, Drish, Thurles, Co.Tipperary choose yesterday to declare […]
To give them due credit (no pun intended) when it comes to obtaining financial and other assistance for local projects which greatly benefit local communities, Credit Unions have always been to the fore. It comes as no surprise then, that for the past seven years, the Credit Unions of Tipperary have published a calendar promoting […]
This years Annual Open Day at the Cabragh Wetlands here in Thurles Co.Tipperary, is on Sunday next, August 30th. The open day will begin sharp at 1p.m.until 6p.m.
This year a wide variety of activities have been planned with all the family in mind, indeed there will be something on the day which will please […]
The line up for the Premier County’s hurling team to face Kilkenny in next month’s all-Ireland final is still a closely guarded secret but we supporters had best prepare ourselves in song for the week long festivities, when we return with the silverware. (Sorry Kilkenny)
Our congratulations to Seamus Doran from Roscrea, Co.Tipperary who composed […]