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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 15th May, 2018 4:14pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Some of the more than 1,500 participants in Darkness into Light Nenagh setting out from the Scouts Hall last Friday morning.

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Some of the more than 1,500 participants in Darkness into Light Nenagh setting out from the Scouts Hall last Friday morning.

Ministerial meeting over Tipp roads – Council delegation to meet with Transport Minister Shane Ross over €9 million spending proposal for damaged roads;

 

E-Parking popularity in Tipp towns;

 

Clarification sought over Nenagh traffic management plan;

 

Countdown to Lions Club Try a Tri in Nenagh;

 

Local native Thomas MacDonagh honoured in Cloughjordan;

 

Development plan for Mr Price store in Nenagh;

 

Turnover up 25% at Arrabawn Co-op;

 

Tributes to Nenagh College teacher Liam Heffernan after 42 years' service;

 

Masterplan sought for Roscrea's former Antigen site;

 

New book from Nenagh author Julian Gough;

 

Irish Water tackling leaks across Tipperary;

 

Top certification for Nenagh Municipal District;

 

Birdhill en fête for President's visit;

 

Cloughjordan ready to stage Biodiversity Week Festival;

 

'The Matchmaker' comes to Nenagh...

 

Plus photos from the successful Darkness into Light walks, a feature on bereavement, and a 12-page hurling and football Championship supplement in this week's Nenagh Guardian, out on Wednesday

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