Tim Cullinan is seeking to become the next President of the IFA. Read his comments in this week's Nenagh Guardian.

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Cullinan to bid for IFA Presidency – Toomevara man ready to “to go war” for Irish farmers;


Nenagh Guardian nominates August 16th as 'Tipperary Day' as county goes hurling bonkers ahead of the All Ireland Final;


Pilgrims flock to holy well at Youghalarra;


Action needed on overgrown Nenagh River Walk;


New Chief Superintendent for Tipperary Garda Division;


Defence minister comments on Nenagh's old military barracks site, which could be put up for sale by public auction;


Local war hero's Victoria Cross medal set for Lorrha display;


More funding sought for 'cruel' roads of Lower Ormond;


Social housing crisis highlighted as Nenagh family avoids eviction at 11th hour;


Shane Lowry's Templederry cousin expresses delight over golfer's triumph;


Massive bridge built in Nenagh for Center Parcs resort;


Concerns remain over Roscrea Market Square enhancement plan;


Hundreds in mortgage arrears in Tipperary;


€100,000 scheme to begin on N62 between Roscrea and Templemore this week;


All set for the family-friendly Kilcommon Festival;


Lakeshore Community Market in Ballinderry this Saturday;


Phil Coulter wows fans in Nenagh church concert;


Pilgrims to walk from Nenagh to Knock Shrine...


There's also a spotlight on this weekend's North Tipperary Agriculture Show, a Back to School feature, as well as lots of Debs photos and plenty more of interest in this week's Guardian, out Wednesday morning as usual.