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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 17th October, 2017 4:33pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Trees down at Charlie's Hill, Portroe, in the aftermath of Hurricane Ophelia. Photograph by Odhran Ducie

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Trees down at Charlie's Hill, Portroe, in the aftermath of Hurricane Ophelia. Photograph by Odhran Ducie

Ophelia strikes Tipperary – local communities taking stock of situation in aftermath of record storm;

 

Minister for Sport visits fire-damaged Nenagh Olympic Athletic Club complex;

 

Planning permission granted for redevelopment of former O'Connor's shopping centre site in Nenagh;

 

Garda warning over illegal fireworks;

 

Countdown to Spleodar Halloween festival;

 

New Census findings – Tipperary is no longer Ireland's most Catholic country;

 

Bishop attends schools music event in Nenagh;

 

Call to take part in Tipperary digital survey;

 

Ballina has worst road in Nenagh Municipal District;

 

Further outbreak of Crayfish Plague in Lorrha River;

 

Honorary Doctorate for Roscrea's George Cunningham;

 

Record number of female entrepreneurs at Ballina conference;

 

West End luminary attends Nenagh Choral Society's successful performance of 'Les Miserables';

 

Fourteenth Dromineer Literary Festival is a success...

 

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