This week's front page photo (by Bridget Delaney) shows Kiladangan NS pupils presenting marrow and blue potatoes produced from their school garden to Nenagh's Country Choice proprietors Mary and Peter Ward and cook, Gosia.

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tipp Local Property Tax to rise - Councillors vote in favour of increasing LTP by 10% for 2020;


Ireland's largest temporary pontoon built across the Shannon ahead of Quest Adventure Series on Lough Derg this Saturday;


Meeting sought with council over controversial plan to build 12 new houses in Nenagh's Cormack Drive estate;


'Phenomenal interest' in Tipperary eParking cashless parking system;


Tipperary's Fight for Mental Health Services call for support in Clonmel march;


Sadness at death of Templederry man Paddy Ryan;


Culture Night celebrations coming up in Tipperary;


Toomevara farmer Tim Cullinan's bid for top IFA role;


Gardaí investigating several burglaries and vehicle thefts in local areas;


Nenagh judged in National Enterprise Town awards;


Large crowd attends unveiling of headstone for shot RIC constable in Ardcroney;


Roscrea community unites in motorbike fundraiser for Stephen 'Simmo' Simmons;


Maggie Wadey to share memories of growing up around Nenagh at Dromineer-Nenagh Literary Festival;


Father of Roscrea doctor Aisling Butler expresses disappointment at dropping over charges over 2009 Air France disaster;


Appreciations of the late Tom Cooney, Newport, and Juliana O'Halloran, Nenagh;


Launch of book about Dovea Estate and the foundation of Dovea Genetics;


Also this week: A wedding supplement, six pages of photos of new Junior Infants starting in local schools, and a great poster of Tipperary's senior and U20 All Ireland Champions... This week's Nenagh Guardian is out now.