Clare Bus has yet to apply for the tender of nine local routes with the future of the East Clare transport provider still uncertain.
Staying apart but coming together is the slogan of a Newmarket-on-Fergus fundraiser that takes place over the June Bank Holiday weekend.
Although schools are currently closed across the country, one Clare school is ensuring their garden is being well maintained.
Red Hugh O’Donnell has been back in the national headlines this week but in 1599 and 1600 he led a raid of Co Clare.
Remnants of the last remaining inhabitants of Scattery Island last to this day, 32 years after their departure.
Internet access is common place nowadays but that wasn’t always the way with a Cloughleigh school one of the first…
*Ballyvaughan Pier. Photograph: Lawrence Collection / National Library of Ireland Nineteen years ago, Ballyvaughan was fortunate that a French fishing…
A new trend in the private property market emerged in 1999 which saw prices forced up and the staving off…
An Ennis group is among one of only four in the country to tackle gum litter recycling.
One of the earliest research trips examining the activity of dolphins in the Shannon Estuary took place in 1993.