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Students at fee-paying colleges benefit from smaller class sizes. Photograph: iStock

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Open day: Thursday, January 3rd, 2019, at York Street and St Stephen’s Green campuses Web: rcsi.com Located(...)

Ireland’s institutes of technology offer a wide range of science, technology and engineering courses. Photograph: iStock

CIT (Cork Institute of Technology) Web: cit.ie/openday Open days: Bishopstown Campus: Friday, November 16th, 2018, 10am -3pm; Crawford College of (...)

Philip and Charlie McCarthy with their horses Dream Girl and Painted Lady on the old site at Cabragh Bridge in Thurles, Co Tipperary. Photograph: John D Kelly

A stand-off between an extended Traveller family and Tipperary County Council, over the provision of grazing land for their horses, “highlights the la(...)

“I do understand that the Travellers that are there have a particular love of horses and want to maintain it with them. I don’t want to stop that. But I won’t be doing it with the council’s housing land.” Photograph: Getty Images

Tipperary County Council has said it will not be providing stables or paddocks for horses owned by members of an extended Traveller family who are due(...)

A food stand at Semple Stadium, Thurles, was hit with a closure order in September.

A live rat coming from a drain after a tap was turned on, black mould engrained on chopping boards and flies mixed into dough were some of the reasons(...)

Kate with her grandparents, Martin and Mary Cummins, in Thurles on February 14th, 2011.

“I’m fine except for the cancer!” was a phrase often uttered by my father. This was a reference to the fact he had never smoked or drank in his life, (...)

Four men have this year begun training for the religious life at the Redemptoris Mater Seminary in Dundalk, while a further eight began their propaedeutic (pre-seminary) year at other locations in Ireland and abroad. Photograph: Getty Images

Just five men have begun training for the Catholic priesthood at St Patrick’s College, Maynooth, this autumn, believed to be the lowest number since i(...)

Hampers & Co founder Emer Purcell said the extension of the State’s benefit-in-kind tax rules to €500 is a boost for the company.

A Tipperary-based hamper company expects to increase production by 20 per cent this year on the back of a rise in corporate gifting, returning their b(...)

Galway’s Joe Canning in action during last month’s All-Ireland hurling final defeat to Limerick at Croke Park. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Prelude Last year was the big breakthrough for Galway hurling, a first All-Ireland title in 29 years. Joe Canning was central to the achievement. In (...)

Andrew Workman: “Farmers in Ireland can produce flour that will make a great yeast loaf. It will be quite a bit denser than French or Italian bread, but it tastes great.” Photograph: James Forde

“I am currently growing 17 different varieties of grain that were once grown in Ireland, up until the 1930s,” says Fintan Keenan from Monaghan, about (...)

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