Tipperary Hospital Radio Clonmel 93.7 F.M.

In Association With The Friends of Tipperary Hospital Radio Clonmel CLG

Our station, originally known as South Tipperary General Hospital Radio, was founded in the year 2000 by a dedicated group of hospital staff members and volunteers led by John Savage and Anne Kavanagh. With the support of hospital management, it has been on the air since then, providing entertainment and information to the staff and patients of Tipperary University Hospital.

Latest News (TipperaryLive)

ANALYSIS: Racket Hall protests did not hurt top Roscrea candidates

When the Racket Hall protests erupted in January, accusations of racism were levelled at the people of Roscrea. But, if this weekend’s Local Elections result is anything to go by, it would seem Roscrea is a tale of two towns. At the time, Shane Lee made speeches outside the hotel and supported the p

ANALYSIS: Huge Local Election support for political families in Thurles

One clear pattern from the 2024 Local Elections is that Thurles supports its political families. Candidates from political families wracked up a whopping total of 4,498 first-preference votes. Micheál Lowry, Peggy Ryan and Kay Cahill Skehan have all followed others in their family into public life.

Poll topper Goldsboro puts her name forward for Fianna Fáil candidacy in General Election

Imelda Goldsboro’s poll-topping performance for a second Carrick-on-Suir LEA election in a row puts her in a strong position to secure a nomination to represent Fianna Fáil in the reformed South Tipperary constituency in the next General Election. The Ballingarry councillor has confirmed she has put

COMHGHAIRDEAS! Popular Tipperary priest becomes an Irish citizen

Nenagh parish were delighted to announce this week that Fr Rexon Chullickal officially became an Irish citizen at a ceremony at the INEC in Killarney, Co Kerry on Monday 10 June 2024. Ordained to the priesthood in 1999, Fr Rexon remained in his native Kerala province in southwestern India until the

Sport (TipperaryLive)

West Tipperary Junior B Hurling Championship gets underway this weekend

The Tipperary Co-Op West Tipperary Junior B Hurling Championship commences this weekend. Group A The action in Group A gets underway on this Friday, June 14, when Golden/Kilfeacle host 2023 beaten finalists Cappawhite in Golden at 7.30pm. On Sunday in the same group the game between Galtee Rovers an

Tipperary Minor Camogie stars dominate the Electric Ireland minor team of the year

The Tipperary Minor Camogie team had a wonderful year and now the All-Ireland winning team have six players listed in the Electric Ireland championship Team of the Year. The team beat Waterford in a memorable performance at Nowlan Park in Kilkenny and the captain of that team, Sarah Corcoran of Moyc

Golf classic being staged to help very ill former Tipperary hurler

The Liam Enright Golf Classic will be held on Friday, July 5 at Cahir Park Golf Club between 8 am and 4 pm. Booking and time sheet for the event are now open. You can book your tee time by contacting the club at 052 7441474 or Jim Conran at 089 2279957. The format for the competition is four-person

Golden/Kilfeacle reach first West Tipperary senior football final in a quarter of a century

Golden/Kilfeacle 5-6 Aherlow 1-9 A Sam Hall hat-trick of goals helped Golden/Kilfeacle into a first Shane Hennessy Agri and Business Consultancy West Senior Football Championship final since 1999, as they hit Aherlow for five in Bansha on Tuesday evening. Amazingly, Aherlow led by four points to nil

What's On (TipperaryLive)

Clonmel Junction Arts Festival prepares to honour the remarkable Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin

As Clonmel Junction Arts Festival prepares to honour the remarkable legacy of Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin, with two concerts, Relections, Revisited and Eklego, Artistic Director Cliona Maher emphasises the significance of celebrating the life and work of this esteemed Clonmel native. Maher says, "Mícheál

Local Tipperary GAA club tee-up for annual golf classic competition

Moycarkey-Borris GAA club are getting ready to host their annual golf classic. The tournament will take place on Saturday June 29. The competition will be taking place at the Thurles Golf Club. Team bookings are filling up fast, so those interested are encouraged to get in contact as soon as possibl

Tipperary band to play at local Tipperary church, will play classic hits

The Clonmel Concert Band returns to Old St. Mary's Church, Clonmel for a recital on Sunday, June 23 at 3pm. The award winning 45 piece band, conducted by Danny Carroll, will welcome guitarist Liam O'Reilly as guest soloist. Liam will play some classical guitar favourites, and join the band for the G

Good news for Dads - They are free at Dublin Zoo this Sunday!

Fancy leaving the car in Thurles or Clonmel train station this Sunday or taking a drive to Dublin Zoo? Do because Dublin Zoo invites families to celebrate Father’s Day with a ‘Dads Go Free’ offer this Sunday, 16th June. Celebrate dad and all he does by spending some quality time together at Dublin Z

Weather (TipperaryLive)

ALERT: Met Éireann's Irish weather forecast for next few days is in and it's DREADFUL!

Thursday: A wet and overcast start on Thursday with rain soon becoming widespread, and turning heavy at times. Spot flooding is possible, especially in parts of Kerry and Cork early Thursday morning, with the heaviest rain expected to fall there. Drier weather with scattered showers will develop in

Met Eireann's weekend weather verdict is in and it's absolutely brutal

Met Éireann has published its weekend weather forecast and it looks like unsettled weather will dominate for much of the country in the coming days. Their outlook states: "Unsettled to end the week and over the weekend with rain and showers, heavy at times." You can see their forecast for the rest o

Met Eireann issue weather warning with two counties pinpointed for summer horror show

Met Éireann has issued a Status Yellow rain warning for two counties amid a summer horror show of weather in Ireland. The warning for Cork and Kerry predicts "heavy rainfall, especially in western parts of the counties with highest accumulations in mountainous areas." Potential impacts are listed by

ALERT: Irish weather forecast for the coming week is in and it's NOT good news!

Tuesday: Sunny spells in the morning but cloud will build later with one or two isolated showers developing during the afternoon and evening. Staying largely dry in the west and far south however. Light winds and highest temperatures of 13 to 17 degrees. Outlook: Dry early this week before turning u