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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 10th October, 2017 3:22pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Aerial photograph of the site at Drom an Óir, which was sold earlier this year by local auctioneer Eoin Dillon, REA.

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Aerial photograph of the site at Drom an Óir, which was sold earlier this year by local auctioneer Eoin Dillon, REA.

Housing plan for Nenagh site – man understood to be son of Euromillions winner with planning application for almost 250 homes outside Nenagh;

 

Daylight burglaries in Nenagh district;

 

New vehicles for Tipp firefighters;

 

Council plan to bring new life to ailing rural villages;

 

Nenagh fundraiser this Saturday night for injured motorcyclist David Moran;

 

Local firms on EPA polluter list;

 

Food Safety Authority closure order imposed on Rathcabbin premises;

 

Fashion fundraiser for Lorrha Church of Ireland;

 

Catherine Kenny celebrates losing 7.5 stone with Slimming World Ballina Killaloe;

 

Local author Michael Durack with new book, 'Where It Began';

 

Garrykennedy meeting held on Japanese Knotweed;

 

Toomevara scientist makes fascinating discovery;

 

Nenagh is named Ireland's second 'Friendliest Town';

 

Roscrea Credit Union celebrating 50 years' service to the local community;

 

Moneygall wins big with Topaz initiative;

 

Tipp seminars on reducing waste and business costs;

 

350 take part in Ballycommon 5K fun run for A Little Lifetime;

 

BFG attends Children's Book Festival at the library...

 

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