Farmers protesting outside the ABP factory in Nenagh last Monday. PHOTOGRAPH: ODHRAN DUCIE

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

'We're going to stay' – local farmers vow to continue protest outside Nenagh factory over beef prices;


Councillors asked to reconsider plan to build 12 houses in Nenagh's Cormack Drive estate;


'Nenagh Needs Its A&E' group collects 1,600 signatures as part of Mid West Hospital Action Group campaign;


Local Link announces new daily bus services between Nenagh and Roscrea, and Thurles to Limerick via Newport;


From Templemore to Tokyo! White Gypsy brewer Cuilan Loughnane of Templemore travels by train to Rugby World Cup in Japan;


Newport native Margaret McGrath – caretaker of Nenagh Boat Club for 45 years – celebrates her 90th birthday;


Ninetieth birthday celebrations with the Liam MacCarthy and James Nowlan Cups for Nenagh man Jimmy Morris;


Launch of the 2019 Dromineer-Nenagh Literary Festival;


Success of the Quest Lough Derg event held at Ballina/Killaloe last weekend;


Nenagh powerlifter Jesse Moran appeals for funds ahead of US open competition;


Moneygall Development Association plan to erect solar lighting around community walking track;


Nenagh author Hayley O'Connor launches her book, 'The Gluten Free Kid';


New principal at Gurteen Agricultural College;


Interview with key conversationalist Mary Reynolds ahead of this weekend's SpeakEATsy in Cloughjordan;


Nenagh Choral Society Youth Academy ready to stage 'The Addams Family' at the Scouts Hall;


You'll also find lots of information about Culture Night in Tipp this Friday, photos of the Liam MacCarthy and James Nowlan cups on tour throughout the county, and a number of new-look pages – including a revamped 'From the Archives' section – in this week's Guardian, out now.