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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 11th June, 2019 4:23pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Photograph: Odhran Ducie

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Photograph: Odhran Ducie

Outcry over dog cruelty – Appeal for local vigilance after family finds missing dog with multiple injuries in Nenagh;

 

'A safe pair of hands' – Cllr Michael Murphy is elected as the new chairman of Tipperary Co Council;

 

Portroe businessman Declan Kelly's company Teneo in $350 million deal;

 

War on dog fouling in Tipperary;

 

Prestigious award for Terryglass cheese makers;

 

Tipp hurling boss Liam Sheedy to attend event in support of older people at Nenagh's Scouts Hall this Friday;

 

Irish Chamber Orchestra to perform in Nenagh;

 

Local author Donal Ryan and director Andrew Flynn combine to bring 'The Thing About December' to the stage;

 

Arrabawn processing record volumes of milk;

 

Live streaming at Nenagh cinema;

 

Lough Derg Sub Aqua Club and RNLI in joint training exercise at Dromineer;

 

Local women in the Dublin Mini-marathon;

 

Cloughjordan musician's tribute to MacDonagh and 'Poets in the Trenches';

 

Historian Danny Grace on the lake of Loughorna;

 

Oldest priest in the diocese of Seattle, Fr William Treacy – who has Nenagh and Roscrea connections – celebrates his 100th birthday;

 

Middle Country Cafe passes three years in business in Clough;

 

Launch of tranquil, scenic 14km Killoscully Heritage Trail;

 

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