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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Wednesday, 6th February, 2019 9:48am
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Nurses on strike at Nenagh hospital. Photograph: Odhran Ducie

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Nurses on strike at Nenagh hospital. Photograph: Odhran Ducie

€26 million boost for Tipp's roads – Broad welcome for funding of almost €26 million for local and regional roads;

 

Peadar Tóibín's new political party Aontú to hold Nenagh meeting;

 

Nurses strike at Nenagh hospital;

 

The Collisons – the billion-dollar brothers who grew up in Nenagh;

 

Conservation funding sought for Rathcabbin church ruin;

 

Sublime lineup of speakers for Dive Ireland International Expo 2019, coming up in Nenagh on March 2nd/3rd;

 

Knockshegowna teenager Aishling Rafferty on charity trip to Romania;

 

Ballina angler Mike Fitzpatrick talks about spending more than 80 years of fishing on the waterway that claimed the lives of his two young brothers in 1931;

 

Nenagh rugby star Donnacha Ryan promotes new Bord Bia campaign;

 

Roscrea prepares to stage 41st annual St Patrick's Day parade;

 

Brendan Grace to perform at Nenagh Arts Centre on Saturday week;

 

Roscrea roundabouts set for makeover...

 


Plus lots of photos of Grandparents Day celebrations in our local schools, and a Communion Day feature in this week's Guardian, which is out now 

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