IT HAS been confirmed that a dolphin washed up on Doughmore Beach this week is not Dingle’s beloved friend.
Organisers of the Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival have confirmed the festival will not be going ahead this year due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Household Attendant at Ennis General Hospital Florence Kelly has revealed that living in the “here and now” helped her to cope with the anxiety of working on the front line during the Covid-19 crisis.
Ward Clerk Marian Reidy has said she found it difficult to enforce the no visitors policy at Ennis General Hospital during the Covid-19 restrictions.
AFTER 32 years in business, Paul and Anita Edson of The Family Store in Kilrush have seen a lot of changes in the town. Easily the biggest change though has come with the COVID-19 pandemic.
DID you buy a telly bingo ticket from Supervalu on Frances St, Kilrush for this morning’s draw?
“When we can gather together we intend on having one fantastic night out. It will most likely be in our garden, but we will look forward to that,” says Gala store owner Laurence O’Brien.
PAUL O’Keeffee captured some incredible footage of the thunder and lightning in West Clare in the early hours of this morning.
NEED help with your front lawn? Garden designer Diarmuid Gavin to the rescue!