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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 12th June, 2018 4:47pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Lucille Redmond, granddaughter of Thomas MacDonagh, arrives in Cloughjordan after retracing her grandfather's 1903 cycle from Mitchelstown. Article in this week's Guardian.

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Lucille Redmond, granddaughter of Thomas MacDonagh, arrives in Cloughjordan after retracing her grandfather's 1903 cycle from Mitchelstown. Article in this week's Guardian.

New waste laws for Tipp – Draft byelaws requiring householders to show proof of refuse collection;

 

Large number of alcohol-related arrests in Nenagh district;

 

Third river fish kill in a fortnight in local area;

 

Two swimming-related deaths on Lough Derg;

 

Gardaí investigating assaults in Roscrea;

 

Killaloe student Hannah Moroney is Munster Spelling Bee champion;

 

Joyous occasion at opening of new Sacred Heart Primary School in Roscrea;

 

Sale of prime Nenagh town centre site;

 

Concern over lack of mental health services in Tipperary;

 

New appointments in Killaloe Diocese;

 

Nenagh native expresses sadness and calls for action on dereliction in Nenagh;

 

Portroe native heads up Tipp Green Party;

 

Newtown clay pigeon shoot in aid of the Parkinson's Association;

 

Nenagh architect's Templemore project to feature at Venice exhibition;

 

Craft Strategy launched in Tipperary;

 

Local events to highlight Elder Abuse Awareness Day;

 

Applications invited for County Tipperary Business Awards 2018;

 

Cruinniú na nÓg at Nenagh Arts Centre...

 

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