People of all ages descended on the streets of Tipperary Town on the Halloween Weekend for the towns first ever Zombie Walk. Set on the market yard the main street walk was bedecked with a cast of witches, zombie, frankenstein, skeleton and the phantom organised as one of the actions by the Tipperary Chamber of

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It was a long way to Tipperary for United States Secretary of State John Kerry but one he said he was privileged and honoured to make. Secretary Kerry was in Tipperary on Sunday morning to accept the Tipperary International Peace Award for his efforts towards resolving conflict throughout the world. He said it was a

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Press conference between US Secretary of State John Kerry ‎Receiving the Tipperary International Peace Awards ceremony,The Aherlow House Hotet, Co. Tipperary, Ireland. 
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For centuries the Irish have emigrated all over the world and named many of the places where they settled after towns and districts back home. Sizeable contingents from the same county would often flock to a particular area with the result that generations later, many of their descendants would claim to feel a deep connection

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County Council offices in five Tipperary locations will open books of condolence today for shocked rugby fans, following the sudden death of Munster Head Coach Anthony Foley. The Munster and Ireland international player passed away in Paris at the weekend, where Munster were due to face Racing 92 and his old team mate Ronan O’Gara in

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Tipperary Film Club Autumn / Winter 2016 resumes Tuesday 13th September 2016 and every second Tuesday thereafter until early December. Annie Ryan who oversees Tipperary Excel Cinema had a created a diverse and interesting programme for the Film Club, some movie of which may not be carried in mainstream cinema. The season commences, 13th September

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Christmas Tree Festival  St. Mary's Church of Ireland Tipperary Town Launch of Festival Friday 9th December @ 7pm Cahir to Sing in Concert @ 7.30pm with Nicole Butler (Soprano) Catriona Crowe (Euphonium) Fidelma Nugent (Organ/Accordion) Collection in Aid Circle of Friends & St. Mary's Window Restoration Fund  

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St. Mary's Church of Ireland Tipperary Town Friday 9th to 17th December 2016 Launch @ 7pm by The Pride of Tipperary meet the Tipperary Vintage Animation Team followed by Concert @7.30pm by Cahir to Sing Choir

At the height of their powers, during World War I, military installations in Tipperary Town were host to 4,000 soldiers, and these played a vital role in both the economic and political affairs of the town for over forty years. The Barracks was established in the late 1870s, but it was not the first home

In early 2004 Tipperary Remembrance Trust was formed. The Trust brought together Irish Ex-servicemen and Women, and people from grouping dedicated to Remembrance, Peace and Reconciliation. Adjacent to St. Vincent’s Day Care Centre on the site of the former Tipperary Military Barracks stands the only remaining portico of the Officers Mess and Living Quarters.The Trust

The first Muintir na Tire Council established 1937 by the Founder, John Canon Hayes in 1937. Tipperary Town has a population of over 5,000 with a potential growth of 7,000. It has been hard hit in recent times with the loss of two factories. It has a strong history of community spirit and community development much

It is the oldest graveyard in town with over 1000 recorded burials and the oldest landmark The grave of Christopher Emmet grandfather of the Irish patriot Robert Emmet is located in the grounds. The grave of Ellen O’Leary Poet, and sister of the Fenian John O’Leary is located in the grounds. There has been a