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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Tuesday, 9th July, 2019 4:03pm
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Pictured at the former Procter & Gamble/Coty factory site where LMC Group plans to create over 200 jobs are LMC co-owners Martin Lydon and Stephen McConnell with local TD Alan Kelly. Photograph: Charlie McGee

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Pictured at the former Procter & Gamble/Coty factory site where LMC Group plans to create over 200 jobs are LMC co-owners Martin Lydon and Stephen McConnell with local TD Alan Kelly. Photograph: Charlie McGee

200 jobs for Nenagh – Birdhill-based company announces decision to set up at former Procter & Gamble/Coty factory site in Nenagh;

 

Legal row over Nenagh's new Homesavers store;

 

New plan aims to transform Nenagh's town centre - can Nenagh be another Westport?;

 

Ray D'Arcy show in Ballina-Killaloe to promote tourism;

 

Rubbish dumped at old military barracks site;

 

Coastal review team in Dromineer;

 

Tributes paid to retiring circuit court judge Tom Teehan;

 

Chinese ambassador and businessmen visit Nenagh;

 

Embrace Farm remembers lives lost through farming accidents;

 

Singer Dylan Rooney part of sensational lineup for Ballinree church concert;

 

Tourists to enjoy a taste of Tipperary this summer;

 

Award for Vincent's charity shop in Roscrea;

 

Nenagh to host lecture and launch of workhouse booklet;

 

Local sportspeople honoured in Newport;

 

All set for Féile Brian Ború...

 

There's lots to read about in this week's Guardian, available on Wednesday morning

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