Iarnród Éireann is providing a special reduced fare for the Ard Scoil Ris supporters travelling from Limerick to the Dr Croke cup All Ireland schools hurling final in Thurles this Saturday, April 3rd.
Still jubilant from the team’s recent historic Dr Harty Cup victory, a large local crowd is expected to travel to the match. […]
The roll-out of high-speed broadband throughout North Tipperary depends on the Government providing backhaul connectivity to link the counties (MANs) to the wider national and international broadband network.
A Metropolitan Area Network (or MAN) is a large computer network that usually spans a large geographical area and usually interconnects a number of […]
Forgive me if I am wrong, but I think this country may be secretly headed for an imminent General Election. I base my statement on the fact that eight stretches of forgotten roadway, in the surrounding Thurles area, have been immediately earmarked for re-surfacing by North Tipperary Co Councils engineers.
This work is expected to […]
Weather conditions for the annual St.Patrick’s Day Parade 2010 in Thurles were excellent this year and this led to a great atmosphere here in Liberty Square.
This was the biggest and best parade, in living memory, to be held in Thurles, with a record 60 entries, each filled with great imagination, colour and a wide […]
The Common Agricultural Policy is worth over €1 billion to the Irish economy in purely financial terms, but it is possibly three times that figure when the jobs created by this money are taken into account, stated Labour MEP Alan Kelly addressing the CAP Conference organised today at the Tipperary Institute.
He further stated:- “The […]