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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Wednesday, 15th May, 2019 9:36am
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Dromineer RNLI crew out on the lake with the 'Jean Spier'. The naming ceremony for the new lifeboat took place last Saturday. Photograph: Gerardine Wisdom

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Dromineer RNLI crew out on the lake with the 'Jean Spier'. The naming ceremony for the new lifeboat took place last Saturday. Photograph: Gerardine Wisdom

No ramps for housing estates – New council policy on traffic calming measures discourages speed ramps, despite criticisms from local representatives;

 

Garda hospitalised after being dragged along road by car in Birdhill;

 

Several drink driving arrests in Nenagh district;

 

Election candidates meeting in Roscrea;

 

Launch of Nenagh Castlefest 2019;

 

Waltons national music award for Carrig NS;

 

New digital hub for Nenagh Library;

 

Micheál Martin visits Nenagh to drum up support for FF candidates;

 

Successful Darkness into Light walks around the county;

 

Anger over Nenagh road works;

 

Roscrea Cubs feature in county challenge;

 

New Parkinson's service launched at Loreto House, Nenagh;

 

Lough Derg RNLI hold naming ceremony for new Dromineer-based lifeboat, 'Jean Spier';

 

Arrabawn's highest ever turnover in 2018;

 

There's also a Summer & Beauty feature and €2,500 worth of shopping vouchers to be won in the Local Ireland/Nenagh Guardian Home Improvement Survey in this week's issue, out now

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