Five Clare footballers have been included in the first Treaty Utd squad that will compete in the 2021 Airtricity League First Division.
Students attending Knockanean National School will continue to be encouraged to travel to school by bus or car due to safety concerns associated with pedestrian and cycle access to the school, planners have acknowledged.
Medics are observing a continued improvement on COVID-19 hospital numbers while 11 new cases of the virus have been reported in Clare.
A “growing amount” of West Clare families are struggling to pay rent and HAP, a local councillor has flagged.
A Rineanna man has taken up poetry during the lockdown and has credited the form of literature with helping to get through the restrictions.
Flood cover for businesses will increase the amount of enterprises setting up in the county town according to the Mayor of Ennis.
A temporary renting of solar lighting for Cappahard Lane in Ennis has been sought as an application under the Active Travel Fund is prepared for the area.
There was a notable win for syndicate members Tommy Hegarty and Seanie McMahon at the Limerick Track on Thursday night last when their Greyhound Boyhero notched an incredible twenty-fourth career success.
Clare has recorded eight new cases of COVID-19 and an appeal has been issued to parents to avoid congregating at school gates over the coming weeks.
Improvements for Clare GAA’s ‘Centre of Excellence’ are intended to be concluded next year according to the county secretary.