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Funding approved for Tipperary schools

Three Tipperary schools are set to receive funding for much needed improvements. Powerstown National School in Clonmel and Ballydrehid National School in Cahir will both...

Tipperary students join worldwide campaign on climate change

Thousands of young people across the country are protesting outside their local authorities, school gates and marching on the Dail today calling for action...

Minor increase in pupils enrolled in Tipp

There are nearly 18,700 primary pupils enrolled in schools across Tipperary in the current school year - an increase of just 28 on September...

Hopes Tipperary will receive funding for mental health services

Its hoped that Tipperary will be top of the list when it comes to the roll-out of expected funding for mental health services such...

Recruitment and retention of teachers at crisis level

The recruitment and retention of teachers is at crisis level - according to the Tipperary based president of the Teachers Union of Ireland. Its survey...

March for Tipp press on with N24 gridlock plans

The March4Tipp campaign say they will implement their plan for N24 Gridlock next month. The group - which was behind two well attended protest marches...

Calls for bereavement procedure for state exams

A Tipperary teenager is calling on the Education Minister to implement a bereavement procedure for Leaving Cert exams. Rhona Butler completed her Leaving Cert last...

Cahir primary schools amalgamation project goes to tender

The planned amalgamation of two primary schools in Cahir has taken a significant step forward as the works have now gone to tender. Almost two...

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