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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 31st October, 2017 4:05pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Garda burglary unit set up – Gardaí establish special unit in response to increased burglaries in Nenagh district;

 

'Switch' video displays on Nenagh streets;

 

Pamela Scott to open new store on Nenagh's main street;

 

Inaugural Taste of Nenagh festival is a resounding success;

 

Ballingarry's Caitlín O'Meara in Miss Bikini Ireland final;

 

Nenagh Ormond Search Unit in joint training exercise with Mourne River Search & Rescue;

 

Nominations sought for Tipperary Association Dublin awards;

 

Nenagh to be classed as 'Rural Town' in new National Planning Framework;

 

Concern for Coty workforce in Nenagh;

 

Ormond Historical Society talk on Nenagh born MP Jack Jones;

 

Glowing tributes to Tidy Towns groups;

 

Tipp wastewater treatment plants fail to comply with EU standards;

 

Local nurse organises fun run in Toomevara for Ugandan charities;

 

Miss Tipperary fundraises for the Mater Foundation;

 

Seventh Green Flag for Roscrea school;

 

New home for North Tipperary Community Services;

 

Owners of historical Tipp buildings unable to afford restoration works;

 

First court sitting in Nenagh for new County Registrar James Seymour;

 

Historian Danny Grace on Nenagh-born judge in South Africa, James Coleman Fitzpatrick;

 

Pollution concerns over local rivers;

 

IFA meeting on farm security...

 

You will also find lots of Halloween photos from around the district in the pages of this week's Guardian, out Wednesday morning

 

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