*Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin & Cllr Cathal Crowe meet pupils from St Caimins Community School in Shannon. Photograph: John…
World continence week is an annual health campaign run by the international continence society and this is the week for…
No clear procedure exists for Direct Provision residents in setting up a bank account, it has proved to be a financial difficulty for many including Ennis’ Innocent Iroaganachi during COVID-19.
Political columnist, Eoin Neylon examines what the Programme for Government means for Co Clare.
Killaloe kayaking tour company, My Next Adventure, had anticipated launching for the summer season in April but were forced to delay this until Monday as a result of COVID-19.
CLARE Echo Thought for the Week columnist Ronan Scully says we need to give ourselves a break.
With the postponement of the antenatal classes at Limerick’s maternity hospital and many health staff including physiotherapists redeployed as a result of the covid-19 pandemic, expectant mothers might be left with unanswered questions or fear of not knowing the right thing to do.
The Clare Echo has developed a contactless menu to assist restaurants and cafés across County Clare as we prepare to…
In a letter to the editor, Michael O’Sullivan from Roslevan in Ennis expresses the view that COVID-19 may leave an ever-lasting positive effect.
CLARE Echo Thought for the Week columnist Ronan Scully shares his thoughts on the importance of gratitude