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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Wednesday, 1st May, 2019 9:56am
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Eamonn Kelly of Acorn Life, Nenagh, presents proceeds of the recent golf fundraiser they held for Dariusz to Justyna Swierkosz on her recent return to Nenagh.

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Eamonn Kelly of Acorn Life, Nenagh, presents proceeds of the recent golf fundraiser they held for Dariusz to Justyna Swierkosz on her recent return to Nenagh.

Dariusz expresses thanks to Nenagh – wife returns to Nenagh for first time since his tragic accident in Poland and thanks community for their support, with monthly medical costs of €7,000;

 

Innovation centre/digital hub planned for Nenagh;

 

Gardaí investigating assaults in which two males were hospitalised in Nenagh;

 

Lorrha war hero Martin O'Meara's Victoria Cross to be put on display at National Museum of Ireland;

 

Nenagh cinema link with new Tolkien film;

 

Alan Kelly and Michael Lowry clash again over north Tipp nursing home provision;

 

New floating jetty opened in Ballina;

 

Recalling Tony McKenna's 140-mile hurley and ball solo to Dublin in aid of Borrisokane Day Care Centre in 1982;

 

Dromineer Literary Festival seeks writer in residence;

 

Drop in Tipp live register figures;

 

All set for Darkness Into Light events;

 

Killaloe-Ballina Local History Society invite people to share memories of the twin towns in times past;

 

Local elections – Sinn Féin's Damian O'Donoghue of Nenagh and Ardcroney's Cllr Ger Darcy of Fine Gael launch their campaigns, while Damien Hough (FF) of Borrisokane also registers his candidacy;

 

Opportunity for public to meet election candidates in Roscrea;

 

Minister Damien English launches new village housing plan for Tipp;

 

Cycle Against Suicide passes through north Tipp...

 

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