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Congratulations to Birdhill who received the prize for Ireland's Tidiest Village. Congratulations also to Emily Tidy Town who won the 'Clean Air Award' along with Tommy Lonergan (Kilsheelan) who won the overall 'Community Heroes Award'.

Well done to all involved. Fantastic achievements for Tipperary.
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Congratulations and well done to Niamh Kennedy, Portroe, Nenagh who has been crowned Miss Ireland 2016. She will now represent Ireland at Miss World in Washington D.C. on December 19th. Wishing you all the best & every success in your future endeavours. ... See MoreSee Less

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Best wishes to everyone participating in this morning's Tipperary Women's Mini Marathon. A great sporting event for Thurles! ... See MoreSee Less

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