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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Wednesday, 3rd July, 2019 9:54am
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Phoenix O’Farrell Rooney selling chocolates from his ‘Made by Phoenix’ range to Emeli Donoghue at the Lakeshore Community Market in Coolbawn last Saturday. The market continues for another 10 weeks, moving to Lorrha this Saturday. PHOTOGRAPH: ODHRAN DUCIE

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Phoenix O’Farrell Rooney selling chocolates from his ‘Made by Phoenix’ range to Emeli Donoghue at the Lakeshore Community Market in Coolbawn last Saturday. The market continues for another 10 weeks, moving to Lorrha this Saturday. PHOTOGRAPH: ODHRAN DUCIE

New plans for Nenagh – revised plan for large residential development on the Dublin Road and permission granted for a new pharmacy, along with other plans in train for town;

 

Shock over death of Stephen Gleeson (21) in tragic crash on Garrykennedy road;

 

Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection to open new office in Nenagh;

 

Enterprise hub plan for Roscrea;

 

Fire safety concerns at Nenagh Manor Nursing Home;

 

UL Hospitals Group hits back over 'Patient Plan' claims;

 

Ormond Anglers Association documents over half a century of protecting and enhancing Nenagh River;

 

Kennedy clan gets ready to gather in North Tipp again;

 

Tipperary to host its first Gay Pride Parade in Thurles;

 

Nenagh and Templemore girls selected for Miss Universe contest;

 

Borrisoleigh Festival bigger and better than ever;

 

Nenagh Community Training Centre students in boat building project with Greenland link;

 

Birdhill native Alvy Carragher pens novel;

 

Josephine Ryan retires from Toomevara NS after 38 years;

 

Nenagh's Fianna Fáil general election candidate Sandra Farrell takes lease of Roscrea nursing home;

 

Maria Riordan's 1991 interview with Ballina-Killaloe Local History Society;

 

Dylan Rooney set for Ballinree performance;

 

There's also an eight-page farming supplement in this week's Guardian, out now

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