*Locals say goodbye to the Sisters Of Mercy in Spanish Point. Photograph: John Mangan Sisters of Mercy have left Spanish…
Strict measures remain in place as greyhound racing has resumed, the break has served Clare owners well with more success recorded in Galway.
Residents in Carrig Dubh are adamant of their desire for speed bumps in the Ennis estate.
A “huge surge” in demand for desk space at Clare’s remote working digital hubs has been recorded in the month of June while the prospect of opening student hubs in the county is to be examined for third-level students.
No transfers will be permitted in the Clare District Soccer League prior to the resumption of games this month.
Gardaí are to carry out checks of pubs serving food across the country to monitor adherence to public health guidelines.
Co Clare is now three weeks without a new confirmed case of COVID-19, health officials have announced this Thursday evening.
*Andrew Murphy (centre) pictured with Brendan Griffin and Pat Breen. Managing Director of Shannon Airport, Andrew Murphy is to leave…
Creation of a town bus service for Ennis is “long overdue”, councillors have said while plans for such a scheme are being progressed by the National Transport Authority (NTA).
New methods of thinking need to be applied when it comes to fighting the cause for Shannon Airport but one…