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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 17th July, 2018 4:19pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Salmon and trout killed on the Ollatrim River

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Salmon and trout killed on the Ollatrim River

Almost 15,000 fish killed in Ollatrim River – fourth local fish kill in just eight weeks;

 

Drought raises question over Shannon water abstraction plan;

 

Gardaí investigating “serious incident” in which number of males assaulted in Nenagh;

 

European court to decide on Keeper wind farm plan;

 

RTÉ spotlight on Dromineer;

 

Lough Derg RNLI appeals for new volunteers;

 

Acclaim for Thomas MacDonagh Museum, Cloughjordan;

 

New eye services at Nenagh hospital;

 

Liam Gleeson's song for the Pope's visit;

 

Protest at Templemore Garda College;

 

Nenagh solicitors firm in landmark case;

 

Nenagh man Cian McCormack on his bike for RTÉ;

 

Inaugural Tipperary Volunteering Fair is a great success;

 

Grandson of Nenagh scientist JD Bernal becomes Irish citizen;

 

Kennedy clan gathers in north Tipperary;

 

Thomas Conway recalls the Obama visit to Moneygall;

 

Fundraising drive for Ballingarry man Ciaran Enright;

 

Moneygall family promote campaign with plan for Midwest respite house for children with physical disabilities;

 

Lorrha without a resident priest;

 

Nenagh man Kevin Gubbins in bid to play at Electric Picnic...

 

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