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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 27th November, 2018 3:42pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Busy scene at Iceland Nenagh on the new store's opening day last week. More photos from the opening in this week's Nenagh Guardian. Photograph: Odhran Ducie

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Busy scene at Iceland Nenagh on the new store's opening day last week. More photos from the opening in this week's Nenagh Guardian. Photograph: Odhran Ducie

Funding for roads and housing – Tipperary Co Council passes budget for 2019;

 

Tánaiste Simon Coveney visits Carey Glass in Nenagh and site of the planned hydro-electric power station at Silvermines;

 

Local author Donal Ryan's book shortlisted for Costa Award;

 

Ormond Comhaltas to host Tipp Fleadh 2019;

 

Call for “zero tolerance” policy over antisocial behaviour among council tenants;

 

Launch of Ardcroney First Responders unit;

 

Launch of North Tipperary Development Company;

 

Read about the opening of Iceland's new store in Nenagh;

 

Winning performances from Roscrea Toastmasters;

 

Feature on Nenagh's new tattoo studio, Ink & Earth, founded by local man Ronan Harvey;

 

Successful Youth Circus in Cloughjordan;

 

Plan to build 22 houses in Nenagh;

 

Award for Nenagh Leisure Centre...

 


There's also a 'Christmas in Nenagh' supplement bristling with good reading in this week's Guardian, out Wednesday morning

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