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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 18th April, 2017 3:49pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...
In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

President to visit Cloughjordan – Michael D Higgins will formally open a new amphitheatre at the Eco Village this Friday;


Anger over mistreatment of pony that was put down in Birdhill;


€500,000 EuroMillions win for Roscrea factory worker;


Seven drink driving arrests in Nenagh district over bank holiday weekend;


Indoor plan approved for Nenagh Tennis Club;


Nenagh's Gill family to host series of history events;


Exciting programme of events for MacDonagh Weekend in Cloughjordan;


Dr Mary Ryan's Nenagh concert hits all the right notes;


Launch of Pieta House Walk in Ballina/Killaloe;


Stations of the Cross and Dawn Mass in Nenagh;


Awareness building workshops for Lough Derg Blueway;


Ormond Octaves to perform at St Mary of the Rosary Church;


Profile on Borrisoleigh's world record breaking powerlifter Trish O'Halloran;


Families enjoy Easter at the Birdhill Village Park;


Appreciation of the late Michael Maher, Holycross;


Kilcommon Pilgrim Day a great success;


SEAI to provide energy saving showcase in Birdhill;


UL Hospitals seeks PALS (Patient Advocacy Liaison Service) volunteers;


Nenagh duo Slow Seas feature in lineup for relaunch of upstairs live venue at The Well bar...


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