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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 14th March, 2017 4:30pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...
In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

A 'devastating blow' for Nenagh – Coty (formerly Procter & Gamble) factory to close with loss of more than 200 employees;

First Data briefing on few facility employing 300 people in Nenagh;

 

Local communities ready to host St Patrick's Day parades;

 

More drink driving arrests in Nenagh district;

 

Talks sought over opening hours dispute at Roscrea Leisure Centre;

 

Ervia update on Nenagh street works;

 

Planning permission granted for electric car supercharger station at Birdhill;

 

Major drugs haul in Kilcommon;

 

Feature on Victor Long and Joe Burns, who between them spent almost a century working on Nenagh's rail line;

 

New school for Carrig pupils;

 

New fire engine for Tipperary Fire Service;

 

Top award for Nenagh's MediSkin;

 

Ballycommon Sponsored Ride 2017 takes place this Sunday;

 

Tipp ETB and LEO urge employers to have their say;

 

Special thanks from Nenagh World Aid Society;

 

Borrisokane playwright Malachy McKenna coming to local venues with 'The Quiet Land';

 

Newport author John O'Dwyer re-imagines the Easter Rising;

 

Nenagh Players on the festival circuit;

 

Photos from Newport's St Patrick's Day parade...

 

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