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About this site

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Welcome to the Mullinahone website, The website was in its present format was launched on November 10th 2007 www.Mullinahone.net is administered by John Quirke and there are also a team of authors who contribute articles, If you want to contribute articles please contact us.

What’s different with this website compared to the previous versions??

If you want to post a comment on an article you can register to post 

Well, the success of any website is based upon the content of the website so the decision was made to make it as interactive as possible and articles can be contributed from anybody who creates an account on the main page.

Once you have a account registered go to the contact us page and submit us you account name and you’re account will be upgraded “Author Status” Which means you will be able to submit articles to any section in the website.

If you’re a member of any club or society and you want to get messages out to the people of Mullinahone from your own home please register an account and we will set up your own section

Benefits of having an account ?

Some of the content of this website will only be available to registered people so to get the full benefit of the website please register an account.We’ve tried to include as much content as possible from the old website but if your looking for any thing you will find the old website here.

Your feedback and suggestions are very welcome via our contact page and more parts of will be added to this website.

Last Updated on Thursday, 14 August 2008 20:35  

Books

Knock na gow
Knocknagow or the Homes of Tipperary By Charles J. Kickham

South Tipperary
South Tipperary, 1570-1841: The Land, Region and Rivalry

 Sally Kavangh
Sally Cavanagh; Or the Untenanted Graves: A Tale of Tipperary
By Charles J. Kickham

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Newsflash

A notice in this week’s parish newsletter states "shop local and keep our local shops alive - keep our post office busy and it will stay.