Seventh Fethard medieval festival promises a mighty ...
The Nationalist - Says Bye Bye Broadsheet, Hello Com...
Actor kicks-off inaugural literary weekend
Old Bridge woman Mary was a wonderful teacher
Workers who found Carrick gold coins guests at expo ...
A special day for Grange NS as past pupil and presen...
Tourists check out Carrick’s new Maurice Davin statu...
The Cahir Tidy Towns Group received great news last weekend that our great novelist and proud Cahir woman, Melissa Hill has sponsored the painting of the library!
John Lonergan, author and former governor of Mountjoy prison, will officially open the South East Craft Gathering, in the Craft Granary on July 4.
Fethard Festival returns this coming weekend to celebrate ‘The Gathering’ with a fantastic selection of family events that will guarantee a great weekend’s entertainment.
The annual ‘Moonlight Walk’ will take place on June 22, and this year it will raise funds for Scoil Aonghusa Special National School.
The ICMSA President, John Comer, has said that his association is now working on the basis that the cost of the weather and fodder crisis will reach €900 million and will continue through next winter and into Spring 2014.
Congratulations to Paul Kavanagh who was the May winner in Butlers Sports Bar’s ‘Fethard Sports Achievement Awards’.
Register for Tipperary’s very own GAA/GPA Elverys Youth Camp!
The draw for the Seamus O Riain Cup quarter finals was made on Sunday night resulting in the following pairings:
The headline news from the 7 round 1 games of the county senior hurling championship is that there will be new county senior hurling champions following Nenagh Eire Og’s 3 point victory over reigning champions Thurles Sarsfields on Sunday evening at the Ragg.
The draw for Phase 2 of the All Ireland senior hurling qualified draw will take place next Monday morning, June 24 on RTE Radio 1’s Morning Ireland programme just after the 8.30am news.
Tipperary have been drawn to play Galway in the All Ireland senior football championship round 1 qualifiers.
Fethard Medieval Festival, which has been held for the last six years during Heritage Week in late August, has been moved this year to Sunday afternoon, June 23, to form the colourful centrepiece of the first weekend long ‘Fethard Gathering Festival 2013’
Given the overwhelming support for and attendance at last year’s Summer Lecture Series, Tuesday evenings are once again sorted for those of you with an interest in Tipperary’s history and archaeology.
The Glen of Aherlow Walking Festival took place over the June Bank Holiday attracting trekkers from all over Ireland and some international visitors too.
The Tipperary Excel kicked off its inaugural Literary Weekend with a wine reception followed by a very entertaining evening in the company of actor and entrepreneur Peter Sheridan.
The people of county Tipperary could raise up to €175,000 for Heaven Cent, a joint fundraising initiative between Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin and Temple Street Children’s Hospital, which is coming to an end on Monday 5th July.
Carrick Swan’s Senior hurlers will play Killenaule in the South Final after defeating Ballingarry by three points in the semi-final in Clonmel Sports Field.
Bingo - Make sure not to miss Bingo this Wednesday, June 19, at 8.30pm sharp in the Clubhouse.
There was no jackpot winner AT Cahir community lotto on June 12.
On Sunday evening, June 23, at 6pm, the ‘Pub Challenge’ will commence featuring all the Fethard’s eight public houses.
Search for a job
Weather for Clonmel
Wednesday 19 June 2013
Temperature: 9 C to 19 C
Wind Speed: 10 mph
Wind direction: North west
Temperature: 12 C to 19 C
Wind Speed: 9 mph
Wind direction: South