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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Wednesday, 6th March, 2019 10:07am
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Seamus Hennessy

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Seamus Hennessy

'To talk is the brave thing to do' – Former Tipp hurler Seamus Hennessy presents the remarkable sum of of over €220,000 that he raised for suicide awareness by completing the Antarctic Ice Marathon;


Funding boost for Nenagh Gaol amid hopes of creating a new tourist attraction in the town;


Launch of Camrha in Nenagh;


Funding welcomed for UHL inpatient block;


Gardaí probe broadband scam as thousands of euro siphoned from local accounts;


Massive cleanup of Tipp planned for this Sunday;


Ballina-based Rose Anne White is Green Party election candidate in the Newport area;


Cloughjordan pupils to strike every Friday over climate change;


Nenagh man Brendan Murphy is hounoured to run for Fianna Fáil;


Fine Gael select Cllr Phyll Bugler to contest the local elections in Newport, while Labour to launch Louise Morgan Walsh's campaign in Nenagh this Friday;


Launch of Mid West business forum, MidWest Business-2-Business;


Lively fintech discussion held by First Data in Nenagh;


Calls for a new reservoir in Portland area amid concern over water in Lower Ormond;


Aonach ar Siúl and the Camino Society of Ireland meet in Nenagh;


Profile of local women in business ahead of International Women's Day;


Historian Danny Grace with the story of Puckaun man Patrick Hogan's emigration to Australia;


Borrisokane Community College WellFest fundraiser...


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