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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 24th October, 2017 3:44pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Nenagh Olympic Athletic Club's Helena O'Sullivan and Kevin Finn highlight the considerable damage caused by the recent fire to Jackie Cahill TD, Michael Lowry TD and Brendan Griffin (Minister of State for Tourism, Transport & Sport). Photo: Odhran Ducie.

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Nenagh Olympic Athletic Club's Helena O'Sullivan and Kevin Finn highlight the considerable damage caused by the recent fire to Jackie Cahill TD, Michael Lowry TD and Brendan Griffin (Minister of State for Tourism, Transport & Sport). Photo: Odhran Ducie.

Appeal over fire-damaged complex – Nenagh Olympic Athletic Club seeks contributions towards restoration of Ballygraigue facility, which was damaged by a malicious fire last July;

 

Halloween night fireworks display planned in Nenagh;

 

'Taste of Nenagh' festival to take place this weekend;

 

Council workers congratulated for response to Storm Ophelia;

 

High Court action over running of Nenagh firm;

 

Sandra Farrell of Nenagh elected to Fianna Fáil national executive;

 

Tragic death of girl in Cloughjordan;

 

Garda warning follows further burglaries in Nenagh district;

 

Five Lions Clubs unite to provide funding for transport vehicle at St Anne's, Roscrea;

 

Proposal for Midlands tourism region including Lough Derg;

 

People sustaining injuries on badly maintained Tipp footpaths;

 

Call for greater access for wheelchair users in Tipp;

 

Sixth edition of 'Mining the Past' from Silvermines Historical Society;

 

75th anniversary celebrations at Borrisokane Community College;

 

Nenagh Guardian promotes 'Thumbs Up' safe driving campaign;

 

Fine Gael hopefuls debate in Roscrea;

 

GROW opens Mid West office;

 

Borrisokane 'Fairytale' play for national TV...

 

Plus a Christmas party feature in this week's Guardian, out on Wednesday as usual

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