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# Tipperary

Last week
7th July 2024 - 13th July 2024
Woman raped at house party says she feels like 'a prisoner' in her own life
Last month
June 2024
The Tipperary movement teaching people to solve the housing crisis for themselves
Teenager involved in Dáil protest over autism services to meet with Taoiseach Simon Harris later
May 2024
Rolex watches, jet-skis, vehicles and €218,000 in cash seized in CAB raids across five counties
'That bit of genius' - The Offaly and Tipperary attackers that are key to All-Ireland showdown
Watchdog launches investigation after contractor (50s) dies at Uisce Éireann plant
Clare defeat already-eliminated Tipperary to set-up Munster decider rematch
6 players to watch as Cork and Tipperary compete for Munster hurling glory
Outrage from locals in Borrisokane as families living in direct provision face eviction, Dáil told
Overnight criminal damage at site for refugee homes where security workers were attacked
Tipperary crowned Munster minor champions with final win over Clare
Tipperary and Cork bosses face their season defining moment at Semple sellout
A crucial clash in Thurles today at 4pm in the Munster senior hurling championship.
Security guards attacked at site set for Ukrainian refugee accommodation in Clonmel
Ciarán Joyce returns to matchday squad as Cork face Tipperary
5 talking points after Waterford and Tipperary play out thrilling Walsh Park draw
Liam Cahill: 'Your emotions go bananas when things go wrong in a Tipperary jersey'
Late Tipperary rally secures dramatic draw against Waterford in Munster
11,966 watched on in Walsh Park.
April 2024
Man charged after seizure of €125,000 worth of drugs used to control anxiety
Tipperary senior hurling draw made again after original declared 'null and void'
IFI notified of 'significant' kill of up to 500 fish by people contacting confidential phoneline
Tipperary end 20-year wait for league glory as Blair fires winner against Galway
Tipperary defeat Cork and Clare beat Waterford in Munster minor hurling openers
March 2024
Woman (30s) dies after two-vehicle collision on N24 in Tipperary last night
'Loughnane had got the training badly wrong and just flogged us' - Jamesie O'Connor on timing
Tipperary boss Cahill: 'It’s definitely a knee injury. I hope it’s not too bad'
Tipperary fire three goals but Limerick triumph after dominant second-half display
Four tied on top as Tipperary stun Cork and blow league wide open
Four tied on top as Tipperary stun Cork and blow league wide open
Kyle Hayes not part of Limerick panel to face Tipp, game against Galway moved to Salthill
Independent post-mortem to be carried out on man who died days after alleged assault
February 2024
Tipperary fire 3-25 as they survive late scare to defeat Westmeath
Gardaí probe Roscrea incidents that prompted protests outside local garda station
Sentencing of former judge convicted of sexual abuse adjourned
Tributes paid as 15-year-old girl killed in two-vehicle collision in Co Tipperary named locally
Two men charged over 'serious assault' in Tipperary town
Two men arrested after 'serious assault' in Tipperary town that left victim in hospital
Ever wondered if you'd pass the Garda fitness test? Here's what it's really like
Gardaí invited the nation’s media to Templemore to run sprints, balance on beams and jump farm gates – here’s how we got on.
Goals for Ryan and Morris as Liam Cahill's Tipp get lift off in the league
January 2024
'Number of anomalies' found during in-depth survey of grounds at Tipperary Mother and Baby Home
Sean Ross Abbey in Roscrea was one of the largest and most notorious mother and baby institutions in the State, with a total of 1,090 children dying there across almost four decades.
Demonstrators march through Roscrea to protest use of hotel to house asylum seekers