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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 14th November, 2017 3:35pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Cllr Seamus Morris

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Cllr Seamus Morris

Sinn Féin crisis as Morris resigns – speculation over who will replace Nenagh councillor for next general election;

 

Nenagh man Michael MacGrath nominated in principal as new Judge of the High Court;

 

Appeal over missing student Stephen Cullinan from Ballymackey;

Gardaí investigating series of recent crashes in Nenagh district;

 

€7,000 drugs seizure in Toomevara;

 

Launch of Gavins' new-look home interior store in Nenagh;

 

Concerns raised that Tipp will lose out under National Planning Framework;

 

Letters of thanks from Nenagh World Aid Society;

 

President's award for Knigh native Patricia Harty;

 

Lakeside residence at Urra sells at auction for €850,000;

 

Successful Ballycommon fundraiser for A Little Lifetime Foundation;

 

Homecoming celebrations for victorious Burgess/Duharra camogie team;

 

Nenagh to host mental health awareness event;

 

Tipp FM's charity toy appeal;

 

Bank of Ireland Enterprise Week event in Nenagh;

 

Borrisokane dietitian Andrea Davis says people with cancer need proper diet;

 

Launch of new Silvermines and Dunkerrin history books;

 

Nenagh Players take to the stage with 'Noises Off'...

 

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