Five new cases of COVID-19 have been diagnosed in Co Clare as the positivity rate in the Republic of Ireland drops to 2.7 percent.
One of the co-founders of Ei Electronics has bid farewell to the company after 44 years of service.
Extra attention needs to be placed on St Michaels Villas as a potential project, a former Mayor of Clare has said.
Tony Kelly has added another personal honour to his mantelpiece after being named PWC GAA/GPA player of the month for November.
Co Clare accounts for some of the lowest active COVID-19 cases in the country. 399 new cases of the virus…
Computer illiterate residents of North Clare have been “abandoned” by the policy of making motor taxation services solely available online.
Pedestrian access at the Creamery Cross in Cooraclare is to be improved in the near future while its operation as a junction is to be reviewed.
As work nears completion on new building developments at Shannon Free Zone, Shannon Group took the opportunity to show Clare County Council Chief Executive, Pat Dowling, and members of his team their progress.
A “strategic development” of plans for the short-term and long-term development of Ballyalla Lake Amenity are in motion.
Levels of COVID-19 continue to remain low in Co Clare while nationally 7 new deaths and 243 cases are known.