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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 19th February, 2019 3:55pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Conor McMahon holding the triplet lambs with the help of his neighbour Paddy Sheehan, who holds the lambs’ mother. PHOTOGRAPH: ODHRAN DUCIE

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Conor McMahon holding the triplet lambs with the help of his neighbour Paddy Sheehan, who holds the lambs’ mother. PHOTOGRAPH: ODHRAN DUCIE

Nenagh aid centre for addictions is set up – Launch of CARMHA free counselling service for those suffering from mental health issues and addiction;

 

Birth of triplet lambs on Kilmore farm, the third triplet birth on local family's farm;

 

Focus on illegal dumping: Council to start calling to householders to see how waste is being disposed of;

 

Calls for action over Tipperary's “dying” pub trade;

 

Noel Coonan returns to the political fold while Louise Morgan Walsh to run for Labour;

 

Sandra Farrell to host Nenagh meeting on health services;

 

Feature on 140-year pictorial history of Mount Saint Joseph Abbey in Roscrea;

 

Increase in jobs created by Tipperary Local Enterprise Office;

 

Great prizes to be won at upcoming Dive Ireland International Expo in Nenagh;

 

Willie Keane on the return of Nenagh's Scouts Hall to its glory days of old;

 

New home for Roscrea's winning greyhound Treel Spice;

 

Nenagh author Damian Mitchell's book published in US;

 

Roscrea People and Tidy Towns start their tree planting...

 

There's also a 16-page wedding supplement in this week's Nenagh Guardian, out Wednesday morning

 

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