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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 7th November, 2017 3:19pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Aerial photograph of Nenagh taken by Ger Doyle.

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Aerial photograph of Nenagh taken by Ger Doyle.

Traders oppose Nenagh traffic plan – public presentation on one-way system proposed for town;

 

Plan for Tipperary casino still alive;

 

Tippo International reopens after devastating fire;

 

Marty Morrissey to be special guest at Nenagh Enterprise Town event;

 

Alan Kelly could challenge Brendan Howlin for Labour leadership;

 

Four stars for Lakeside Hotel in Ballina;

 

New national looped trail walk for Cloughjordan;

 

Success of the Garrkennedy 10k;

 

Nenagh environmentalist Fr Sean McDonagh edits new book on Laudito Si';

 

Silvermines GAA launch 'Strictly Dancing';

 

Ballina/Killaloe for new tourism branding;

 

'Noises Off' with the Nenagh Players;

 

Inaugural Cunningham Silver Medal for History presentation in Roscrea;

 

Three Tenors Ireland for Nenagh church concert;

 

Launch of Dunkerrin history book;

 

Wild food night in Terryglass;

 

Portroe GAA 20K Drop event launched in Garrykennedy;

 

Busy November programme at Nenagh Arts Centre;

 

Newport Historical & Archaeological Society on the life of republican Connie Neenan;

 

Launch of Nenagh Christmas Tree Festival...

 

You'll also find lots more photos from last week's Halloween celebrations around North Tipp in this week's Nenagh Guardian – out Wednesday morning

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