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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 6th November, 2018 3:53pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Minister Simon Harris with Cathrina Ryan, Operational Director of Nursing, during his visit to Nenagh hospital last week. Photograph: Brian Arthur

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Minister Simon Harris with Cathrina Ryan, Operational Director of Nursing, during his visit to Nenagh hospital last week. Photograph: Brian Arthur

New centre secures future of Nenagh hospital – Health Minister Simon Harris officially opens new cataract facility that will serve Mid West and surrounding areas;

 

IFA meeting on rural crime hears that local communities are living in fear;

 

Arrest made over aggravated burglary in Borrisokane;

 

Concern over TDs Michael Lowry and Mattie McGrath's stance on abortion;

 

Contract signed at last for Borrisokane street works;

 

Ballina housing plan appealed to An Bord Pleanála;

 

Exhumation possible of babies' remains at Roscrea's Sean Ross Abbey;

 

Fianna Fáil Leader Micheál Martin visits Nenagh to open Sandra Farrell's constituency office;

 

Expanded interstitial lung disease service at Nenagh hospital;

 

Killaloe artist for RDS exhibition;

 

Launch of seventh edition of Silvermines Historical Society's 'Mining the Past';

 

Country music stars visit Una Powell's in Nenagh;

 

Self-guided heritage walks in Bournea;

 

Opening of new extension at Newport Community Centre;

 

'Switch' video exhibition in Nenagh;

 

Nenagh Players celebrate 75th anniversary with John B Keane's 'The Field'...

 


There's also €1,500 worth of prizes to be won in the great DK Travel giveaway and much, much more to read about in this week's Nenagh Guardian, out Wednesday

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