The Launch of the Tipperary County Fleadh Cheoil 2017 took place in Cahir House Hotel Cahir on the 22nd of April @ 8pm. Present on the night were: Michael Murphy Cathaoirleach of the Tipperary County Board of Comhaltas with Barbara Farrell Secretary, Paul Mc Partland Treasurer, Nora Troy PRO, Joe Troy Auditor and Noreen Cllr


St.Joseph’s National School principal Louise Tobin and pupils plea with security at the Department of Education to open the locked gates to allow them hand in a letter. “HEAVY-HANDED” SECURITY BLASTED BY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL By Eamon Lacey Children from five schools in Tippeary Town living in disadvantaged communities were locked out of the Department of


Conor Cagney (Cashel/Golden/Tipperary Angling Association) fishing on the River Anner at Thorney Bridge with mentor Albert Adcock. Fethard and Killusty Anglers hosted the Munster Juvenile River Flyfishing Championship on Saturday, April 15, for the first time in the club’s history. Special thanks to our club members who all helped to either organise or orchestrate this


Over one hundred 5th and 6th class students from 13 primary schools in the region took part in the very popular annual St. Ailbe’s Primary Schools Science Quiz held recently at St. Ailbe’s.. The quiz is designed to promote science as a subject in primary schools and is divided into two sections; the Saturn and



Support the Tipperary senior hurlers and camoige players and meet the Tipperary Stars


04 May Isadora International dance festival, Krasnoyarsk 02-07 May Workshops and masterclasses, Isadora festival Choreography: Alex Iseli & Jazmín Chiodi Performance: Jazmin Chiodi Music: Óscar Mascareñas Video: Alexandre Iseli Visual Art: Martín Mele Lighting: Pius Mc Grath More info: Touring with the generous support of Culture Ireland. Co-produced by Irish Arts Council project award, Tipperary County Council,


Reiki Level 1 Training course Public · Hosted by Life Coach and Reiki Master Brian English

The Galtee Mountains have long been known as a walkers paradise and the Glen of Aherlow has a variety of mapped walking routes across forest tracks and open moorland. Visit corrie lakes enjoy mountain scenery and spectacular landscape. The Glen of Aherlow have eight looped walks on Slievenamuck and two linear walks in the Galtee

The Tipperary South Genealogy Centre is housed in the Bru Boru Heritage Centre in Cashel, County Tipperary. The centre offers a full genealogical service. These sources include Civil Records, Church Records, Griffiths Valuation, Tithe Applotment Books, Gravestone Inscriptions. For an initial search there is a cost and subsequent fees can vary. There are application forms

The aptly named Galtee Mountains, Mountains of the Forests form part of the Glen of Aherlow’s natural border. The entrance location of its centrepiece, the Glen of Aherlow Nature Park, is close to the Christ the King statue and adjacent to the car park. This statue of Christ the King, with its upraised hand blessing

Tipperary Town Historic Town Walk. Tipperary is an unassuming market town with a surprising depth of heritage. Take a stroll along one or other of its several historic walks – laid out along red (3.2km), blue (1.45km), green (1.6km) and orange (1.2km) routes and you’ll soon be drawn to its understated charm. The red route

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