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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Wednesday, 13th March, 2019 9:58am
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Cllr Hughie McGrath with St Patrick in Nenagh

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Cllr Hughie McGrath with St Patrick in Nenagh

Parades set for North Tipperary – Lots of family fun to look forward to with St Patrick's Day parades around the county, and the Ballycommon Sponsored Ride also on this weekend;

 

'We're going to kill childen' – Vintners delegation meets local councillors in campaign for minimum pricing of alcohol amid underage drinking concerns;

 

Campaign to have Nenagh Castle illuminated in various colours;

 

Garda warning over more break-ins in Nenagh district;

 

End of an era in Killaloe as Whelan's shop closes after 55 years;

 

Photographer Bridget Delaney recounts her recent memorable trip to India;

 

Daffodil Day launched in Nenagh;

 

Banking and post office exhibition in Cloughjordan;

 

HSE chief visits Roscrea;

 

High Court judge Michael MacGrath of Nenagh is honoured in Cashel;

 

Kilruane community's tribute to Sacristan Jim Hogan after 38 years of service;

 

Further details sought on plan to build 36 residential units in Nenagh;

 

Successful Dive Ireland International Expo held in Nenagh;

 

Tributes to the late Tom Cleary of Cloughjordan;

 

Death of Roscrea native Jim Smyth;

 

Rearcross Drama Group present 'It's the Real McCoy';

 

'Anyone Could Rob a Bank' in Ardcroney;

 

Lissenhall Players take to the stage with Brian Friel's 'Communication Cord'...

 

You'll also find a 12-page farming supplement in this week's Guardian, out now

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