In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

'We're backing Tipp' – County goes hurling mad in run-up to All-Ireland Final – 32-page preview supplement in this week's Guardian;


Leaving Cert joy as local students receive their exam results;


Council has no record of tree-felling in Tipp – public safety concerns prompted cutting by landowner in Nenagh;


Concern over number of road deaths in Tipperary – eight already this year, second highest in the country;


Heartbreak over sudden death of Nenagh man Keith Langton;


Bus shelters for Nenagh on hold;


Planning permission granted for 26 new houses in Roscrea;


Heroin seized in Nenagh;


Ballinderry tree farmer Matt Fogarty's passion for nature;


Call for public participation in Nenagh's 800-year celebrations;


Historian Danny Grace on Jack Jones, the Nenagh-born MP;


Criticism of asylum-seeker accommodation in Roscrea and Dunkerrin;


Newport support for Fr Tim Peacock's project in Zimbabwe continues to deliver;


Premier musicians, singers, dancers and conversationalists to represent Tipperary and Munster in the All Ireland Fleadh Cheoil in Drogheda this weekend;


Aglish man Greg Starr sings his way to the Rugby World Cup in Japan...


Read all about it in this week's Nenagh Guardian, out on Wednesday morning


Photo caption: Anne Cuddihy and family members grip the spirit of Tipperary’s Senior and U20 hurlers’ participation in All Ireland Finals by displaying  blue and gold colours at Anne’s residence in Clare Street, Nenagh (from left): Aoife O’Meara, Sineád O’Meara, Tomaí O’Meara, Anne Cuddihy holding Annie Kennedy,  Zoe Sheehan, Áine Sheehan, Hanna Sheehan and family dog Scobie.   
Photograph: Bridget Delaney