IDA and Enterprise Ireland supported companies in Tipperary employed 8,724 people at the end of last year, according to the Annual Employment Survey. Please read more of this story on


Over 770 women are taking part in the 2017 Tipperary Women’s Mini Marathon around Clonmel this morning. Please read more of this story on


Heroines in every sector of the field drove magnificent Tipperary to  wonderful All Ireland Intermediate Ladies Football final glory at Croke Park this afternoon. Please read more of this story on By:Michael Heverin


Tipperary man and former governor of Mountjoy Jail John Lonergan will give a talk on how to be happy in Clonmel next month. Please read more of this story on



Tipperary Excel Cinema Film Club’s A/W 2017 season commences  at 8pm with The Odyssey Box Office 062 80520. #FilmClub Funded by Arts Council Ireland


CREATIVE WRITING CLASSES Starting Thursday September 14th 7pm-9pm Every fortnight until December Contact us on 062-80520



Cottage Orn, Cahir, County Tipperary was built in the early 1800s by Richard Butler, 1st Earl of Glengall. Based on a design by the famous Regency architect, John Nash, and inspired by nature, the unusual and rustic features include a distinctive thatched roof while its external woodwork resembles branched trees. The nature theme is continued

Detached former rectory, built 1776-84, with attic storey and being three-bay two-storey over half-basement to front and five-bay three-storey to rear. Used as rectory until 1885, now in use as house. Pitched slate roof with overhanging eaves and slightly projecting rendered end chimneystacks. Painted roughcast rendered walls, slate-hung to upper floors of rear rear elevation

Welcome to Tipperary Agricultural and heritage Museum! Located in the aptly named beautiful village of Golden, situated halfway between the towns of Cashel and Tipperary in the heart of Mid-Munsterメs Golden Vale. Since Medieval times, one of the prime agricultural hinterlands in Ireland. Our Museum was created and maintained by Liam Maher and opened on

The highlands referred to are the Slievenamuck where the car park is situated with excellent views of the Galtee Mountains across the valley. Slievenamuck is said to be named after a great pig slain there by Fionn MacCumhaill. The area is also said to have been completely covered in oak woods through which roamed herds

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Michelle McLaughlin Pride of Tipperary Twenty-year-old Michelle McLaughlin is settling well into her new role as the 2017 Pride of Tipperary. “It is starting to sink in fully now but it is still hard to believe it! I am hoping to get involved in everything and meet a lot of interesting people. The main goal


ALL-IRELAND CHURN ROLLING CHAMPIONSHPS It is one of the most nail-biting, exciting, outstanding annual events in Tipperary town and this year the All-Ireland Churn Rolling championship once again delivered fantastic, family entertainment. This year’s championships took place on Friday and Saturday evening that included athletes of all ages, with some of the finest local athletes

Churn Rolling Champion

Michelle McLaughlin – Pride of Tipperary 2017 By Caitriona Kenny The crowing of the Pride of Tipperary took place last Friday night after two weeks of fabulous events where twelve contestants sought the coveted crown. MC Willie Bun facilitated the final interviews in front of a huge crowd that had gathered in front of the


“IT’S A LONG WAY TO TIPPERARY” FESTIVAL  Minnie Mouse meets Jamie and Declan Cotter during the It’s A Long Way to Tipperary Festival What a festival! The ‘It’s a Long Way to Tipperary Festival’, sponsored by Tipperary Co-op, has yet again been an overwhelming success that just keeps getting better and better every year. From