A large turnout is expected to turn out for the 2011 North Tipperary Agricultural Show taking place in Nenagh this August Bank Holiday Monday. (August 1st 2011)
Nenagh Co Tipperary grew and continues to flourished as an agricultural market town, and its Irish name means “The Fair of Ormond,” a reference to [...]
Deputy Noel Coonan has given a guarded welcome to the amalgamation of Tipperary County Councils North and South, into one unified County Tipperary Council. The local Fine Gael TD said the merger will most definitely “lead to greater efficiencies and savings within the Council, with money being directed at essential works instead of duplicating administration [...]
Ardscoil na mBraithre the CBS High School, in Clonmel has successfully appealed against an earlier Equality Tribunal finding, which ruled that the school indirectly discriminated against members of the Travelling Community and others when it refused a Traveller child admission. The school had argued that their actions did not constitute discrimination, because 83 other children [...]
Young people have been enjoying membership of Macra in Clonoulty/Rossmore Co Tipperary since 1950, however back then it was called Clonoulty and District Young Farmers Club. It was not until 1972 that Tom Horan suggested the idea of a Miss Macra festival. With the assistance of the late Sean Fitzgibbon, Manager of the Premier Hall [...]
Jimmy Deenihan Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht
Local Fine Gael Deputy Noel Coonan has extended an invitation to Art Groups in North Tipperary and South Offaly to meet with Arts Minister Jimmy Deenihan who is visiting Ballina/Killaloe, Co.Tipperary, this coming Thursday.
An informal meeting will be held in the Lakeside Hotel [Map [...]