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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 16th April, 2019 3:45pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Former matron Ann Keevey, who worked at the Dean Maxwell home for 22 years, said letters have been written and representations have been made to those in the Dáil; “action is needed now,” she told the meeting. Photo: PJ Wright

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Former matron Ann Keevey, who worked at the Dean Maxwell home for 22 years, said letters have been written and representations have been made to those in the Dáil; “action is needed now,” she told the meeting. Photo: PJ Wright

'A lot more than just a nursing home' – Large turnout at Roscrea public meeting underscores importance of Dean Maxwell home to the local community;

 

Lorrha farmer loses thousands in vandal attack;

 

New bus services introduced for Birdhill, Ballina, Portroe, Newtown, Toomevara, Moneygall, Cloughjordan and Shinrone;

 

Nenagh family's Christmas garden supports the hospice;

 

Quinn family in Portroe give thanks after successful medical outcome;

 

Council crackdown on littering and dog fouling;

 

Gardaí detect jeep speeding at 208kmph on motorway;

 

Councillors Morris, Hannigan and O'Meara launch election campaigns;

 

Michael Dwyer family's still trying to clear his name, 10 years on from Ballinderry man's death in Bolivia;

 

Nenagh Castle to host networking event for Tipp tourism providers;

 

Funding sought for old Roscrea abbey, which was once “the 31st Wonder of the World”;

 

All-Ireland Scór champions in Newport;

 

Celebration of Tipperary Men's Sheds...

 

There's also a 'Positive Ageing' feature in this week's Guardian, out Wednesday morning

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