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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 10th July, 2018 4:12pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Matthew Tierney baling on a farm at Terryglass last week. Photograph: Odhran Ducie

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Matthew Tierney baling on a farm at Terryglass last week. Photograph: Odhran Ducie

Welcoming back its hidden babies – Plaque unveiled in Roscrea to commemorate unmarried mothers and their babies;

 

Hot weather has farmers in “crisis”;

 

Council will not defer rent increases for tenants;

 

Shock over death of local man in Portroe crash;

 

Hundreds of fish killed in Ollatrim river;

 

Toomevara man Donie Shanahan's surprise announcement to run for the Dáil;

 

Fine Gael has no candidate in north Tipp;

 

Local brewers welcome passing of new bill on craft beer sales;

 

Call for affordable housing scheme on Nenagh site;

 

All set for Portroe Vintage & Fun Day;

 

American group enjoys 'vacation of a lifetime in Nenagh';


 
Success of the Silvermines Rambling Festival;

 

Cáis na Tíre open day in Terryglass;

 

Green Flag awards for local schools;

 

Welcome financial support for Rockvale Cemetery Committee, Newport;

 

Profile of Imelda Walsh, the woman representing our farmers as Chair of North Tipp IFA;

 


Brendan Grace is Dromineer-bound...

 

Plus lots of photos of local people out enjoying the summer sun around Tipp in this week's Guardian, out Wednesday morning

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