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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 16th October, 2018 3:59pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Seven pillars standing in the Garden of Remembrance representing the seven signatories of the Proclamation of the Republic.

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Seven pillars standing in the Garden of Remembrance representing the seven signatories of the Proclamation of the Republic.

'We're not going away' – protest over council rent increases in Nenagh;

 

Burgess dump discovery prompts call for public vigilance;

 

Nenagh in second place in national IBAL Anti-Litter League;

 

Report on Terryglass' top performance in Tidy Towns competition;

 

Two daughters and their mother to run Dublin City Marathon in memory of Andrew Younghusband, who took his own life earlier this year;

 

Nenagh woman airlifted to hospital after Clare wedding;

 

Elderly man threatened in Borrisokane house burglary;

 

Hydro-electric power project in Silvermines begins to take shape;

 

Large attendance at IFA cattle crisis meeting in Nenagh;

 

Generous donation to Dromineer-based RNLI lifeboat station;

 

Kilbarron-Terryglass Historical Society's First World War commemoration project goes full-circle;

 

Top award for Tipperary Fire & Rescue Service;

 

Acclaimed musician Eleanor McEvoy for Nenagh show;

 

Three Angels 5k road race this Sunday...

 


Also in this week's Guardian – out Wednesday as usual – a report on the official opening of the new Garden of Remembrance in Cloughjordan. Photograph (by Odhran Ducie) shows one of the garden's features, a pillar for each of the seven leaders of the 1916 Rising, with Thomas MacDonagh commemorated in the centre

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