In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...
'A severe lack of resources' – Garda Commissioner to attend Tipperary Joint Policing Committee meeting over controversial amalgamation of garda divisions;
Tidy Towns results – Terryglass strikes gold in this year's national competition;
Dromineer-schooled Collison brothers' firm now worth €35 billion;
Meeting this Friday on making Nenagh an autism-friendly town;
Hopes that digital hub planned for Roscrea will create 200 local jobs;
Biggest ever staging of local literary festival gets underway in Dromineer and Nenagh this week;
Patient Advocacy Liaison Services (PALS) at Nenagh hospital – a shining example of patient advocacy in our hospitals;
The profile of a cruel workhouse master – focus on historian David Broderick's new book, 'Finding Ogle';
Calls for another public meeting over future of long-stay nursing home care in Roscrea;
Unveiling of new sculpture holding the 'Friendship Stone' in Cloughjordan as local group plans to visit Jordan this week;
Third Nenagh gig in memory of local musician Gerry McNamara;
Roscrea roundabouts set for makeover;
Local community to benefit from wind farm planned at Castlewaller, Newport;
Successful Silvermines fundraiser with the inaugural Dolla Blue Stars Blue & White Challenge...
Plus a free Fashion & Lifestyle magazine inside this week's Nenagh Guardian, out Wednesday morning