*Bob Singer at his Caherush cottage. Photograph: Páraic McMahon In a brief spell, Bob Singer was made redundant and saw his marriage … Keep Reading
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Tributes to have been paid to the late William Freney by his colleagues and elected members of Clare County Council describing him as a huge asset to the county in which he lived and worked.
Consultants have not been appointed for the delivery of flood defence works along the Shannon Embankments.
*Peter Duggan. Photograph: Martin Connolly Clare’s senior hurlers will be without one of their key men for the 2020 championship.
Four Clare students were among the recipients of the Amnesty International Ambassador of Conscience 2019 Award along with fellow Irish school strikers for climate action.
A planned €6.5m investment in Kepak’s Tiermaclane facility is to be postponed on the back of illegal blockades at the entrance to the meat processing plant.
*Sabhbh Edwards Murphy. Basketball in Clare is on the rise according to followers of the sport and if that’s the case, Sabhbh Edwards Murphy is set to be the poster girl and inspiration for anyone taking up the sport.
Clare Museum is now hosting an exhibition ‘Of Land and Sea’ featuring the work of three local artists.
1919: The War of Independence’ is the theme of Clare County Library’s ‘Decade of Centenaries History Week’ which runs until Friday.
20 new jobs are to be created as part of Extreme Networks €3m investment to its Shannon R&D programme.