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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 13th November, 2018 3:52pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

The new Iceland store at Stereame, Nenagh, is to open on Tuesday November 20th. Photograph by Odhran Ducie

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

The new Iceland store at Stereame, Nenagh, is to open on Tuesday November 20th. Photograph by Odhran Ducie

Iceland comes to Nenagh – International supermarket chain to open at Stereame next Tuesday;

 

Concerns raised as Ballina-Killaloe bridge damaged by lorries;

 

Plan to build 22 houses in Nenagh;

 

Illegal dump site found near Step viewing point, Silvermines;

 

Garda warning over fraud following incidents in Borrisokane and Roscrea;

 

War remembrance events hosted by local communities;

 

Sold-out local screening of Cloughjordan producer Nicholas Ryan-Purcell's new film, with second date added;

 

Local Tidy Towns teams honoured at awards ceremony;

 

Nenagh grandmother Mary Gavin tells of lung condition ahead of World COPD Day;

 

New name, same approach for North Tipperary Leader Partnership;

 

Roscrea's Patrick Brennan is Zurich Insurance Farmer of the Year;

 

Nominations sought for Tipp Association awards;

 

Country music fundraising festival in Lorrha;

 

Cloughjordan to host Circus Club Festival this weekend;

 

Nenagh Players present 'The Field'...

 

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