A man was sentenced to three and a half years in prison for the dangerous driving that led to the death of a teenager. Two years of the sentence was suspended meaning the man will serve just 18 months in prison.

In this week's Nenagh Guardian

A mother of a teenager who was killed in a car crash slams the court sentence; 


Nenagh's Paddy Cawley must be one of the oldest silver surfers at 95!


Revenue officers make tobacco seizure worth over €10,000 in Nenagh; 

Three pages of Newport news featuring a presentation of a Gold Disc to a school, athletics success and a visit by the Liam MacCarthy Cup to delighted pupils;

Nenagh Arts Centre hosts a ballroom-inspired concert featuring the popular DJ Ronan Collins; 

An appeal for drivers to check their lights;


Caring homes sought for rescued hens;


Two pages of school news with notes from Colaiste Phobal Roscrea, Borrisokane Community College, Nenagh College and Newport College

Fianna Fail makes a presentation to a number of long-serving party members;

Death of Nenagh native Gerry Synott, a legendary producer and Managing Director of the famous Olympia Theatre; 

A Winter Warmth feature with tips on being prepared for getting your home and yourself ready for the coming months; 

Tipperary Friends of Animals stress the importance of neutering cats

Templemore author recalls the Sixties in new book; 

Kiladangan, Nenagh Eire Og, Borris-Ileigh and Kilruane MacDonaghs continue their quest for Dan Breen glory; 

Toomevara stun Thurles Sarsfields to win the county camogie intermediate title; 

Precious away draw for Nenagh Ormond; 

The Nenagh Guardian is out Wednesday morning as usual!