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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 25th June, 2019 3:40pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Adele Hogan and Martin Slattery (MPSI) pictured outside Slattery's Pharmacy on Friar St. The new pharmacy will be formally opened this Friday. Photograph: Odhran Ducie

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Adele Hogan and Martin Slattery (MPSI) pictured outside Slattery's Pharmacy on Friar St. The new pharmacy will be formally opened this Friday. Photograph: Odhran Ducie

Meeting over 'spate of robberies' – Toomevara Community Alert group calls public meeting over alarming prevalence of burglaies in the local area;


Nenagh mother Bríd Cusack appeals for donations to fund potentially life-changing trip to Panama;


Forum to discuss Nenagh town revival;


Photographer Bridget Delaney tells of her recent visit to Kiev;


Return of summer lakeshore markets;


New play yard features in end-of-term celebrations at Nenagh CBS;


Borrisoleigh's Bourke Sports to feature in Ireland's Best Young Entrepreneur final;


New pharmacy opens in Nenagh;


Remembering the late Tom Hennessy of Knock, Roscrea;


Judgement days for local Tidy Towns groups;


Eminent speakers lined up for Lorrha & Dorrha Historical Society's inaugural Lorrha Conference';

 

Students to be proud of at Newport College...


Plus lots more school photos, and pictures from Castlefest and other events around the county in this week's Guardian, out Wednesday morning

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