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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 5th December, 2017 4:02pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...
In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Council ready for winter – Local authority well-stocked with salt as freezing conditions forecast;

 

Hospice Christmas Tree of Remembrance ceremony at Nenagh Courthouse postponed;

 

Tragic death of Marion Kelly leads to call for change of trial drug administration;

 

Christmas lights switched on in towns around North Tipp;

 

Extension of planning granted for 250-home development in Nenagh;

 

High Court protection for firm that has ceased work on Nenagh hospital;

 

Preparations underway for Christmas Day Swim in Youghal Quay;

 

Moldovan family in Nenagh appeals for help;

 

Local 'Movember' groups raise over €16,000 for men's health;

 

Community Christmas Day dinner to be held at Nenagh's Scouts Hall;

 

Garda warning on shoplifters;

 

Ormond Octaves ready for Nenagh concert;

 

Roscrea not a part of booming Ireland – John Lupton;

 

Templederry's Fr Matt Ryan seeks funds for centre in Brazil;

 

Talk on history of Nenagh's mills at Tyone;

 

Therese McInerney to launch debut album in Newport;

 

Lorrha Variety Group takes to the stage with 'Stop It Nurse'...

 

Plus a 20-page Christmas in North Tipperary shopping guide in this week's Guardian, out Wednesday morning;

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