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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 8th January, 2019 3:16pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tim Young, Kilmore, Silvermines, had silage cut and baled last week. PHOTOGRAPH: ODHRAN DUCIE

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tim Young, Kilmore, Silvermines, had silage cut and baled last week. PHOTOGRAPH: ODHRAN DUCIE

'Mines farmer's winter harvest! Mild weather leads to unprecedented grass growth and hitherto unheard of cutting and baling of silage on New Year's Day;

 

Eleven deaths on Tipp roads in 2018;

 

Construction boom returns to Nenagh? Plans for over a hundred houses before local authority;

 

Nenagh drops from second to 18th place in IBAL Anti-Litter League;

 

Radio Kerry set to acquire Tipp FM;

 

Gardaí respond to report of sulky racing on old N7 at Carrigatoher;

 

Green light for Mr Price expansion plan in Nenagh;

 

Feature on Fr Matt Ryan, the Templederry priest working for Brazil's poor;

 

Roscrea man Michael Donovan hoping to win council seat for Sinn Féin;

 

Protest over education fees in Templemore;

 

Some 370 people turn out for North Tipperary Community Rail Partnership's train trips to Limerick on Ice;

 

Lidl completes installation of energy-saving solar panels at its new Nenagh store;

 

Roscrea Enhancement Committee Awards;

 

Countdown to Aglish Drama Group's new show;

 

Club Rince to host 30th annual Connie Ryan Set Dancing Weekend in Nenagh...

 

Also in this week's Guardian (out Wednesday), a four-page 'New Year, New You' feature, plus a free 2019 calendar with photos from the winners of our recent competition

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